WebLogic Server Templates by Frank Munz

Learn more about WebLogic in short videos on YouTube
WebLogic Server Templates, Webcast supporting recipe from the new edition (2014) of WebLogic Distinctive Recipes book: http://www.amazon.com/Oracle-WebLogic...
To watch the videos please visit Youtube

WebLogic Partner Community

For regular information become a member in the WebLogic Partner Community please visit: http://www.oracle.com/partners/goto/wls-emea ( OPN account required). If you need support with your account please contact the Oracle Partner Business Center.

Blog Twitter (more...)

Getting Started with Coherence*Web in WebLogic Server 12.1.2 by Tim Middleton

Coherence*Web is a great feature which allows you to store your HTTP sessions in a Coherence Cluster. Doing this allows your to de-couple the HTTP sessions from your JVM’s that are running your web apps, (which can free up JVM memory) and take advantage of the RASP (Reliability, Availability, Scalability and Performance) capabilities of Coherence for storage.

With this separation you can also more easily scale and manage and your HTTP session tier as well (more...)

Environment Variable Tip when using OHS 12.1.2 by Simon Haslam

OHS in co-located WebLogic configurationHere's a silly little issue I hit this afternoon - mostly a case of "administrator error" but a time waster nevertheless.
To recap, there was a big change to Web Tier administration in 12.1.2 in that OHS is controlled with what's now called the "WebLogic Management Framework" - in short this means OHS instance configuration is handled via WLST and lifecycle (start/stop etc) by Node Manager (i.e. OPMN has gone). You have (more...)

Elastic PaaS with WebLogic and OpenStack, part I By Jernej Kaše

In my previous blog I described the steps to get OpenStack on Solaris up and running. Now we'll explore how WebLogic and OpenStack can work together to deliver truly elastic Middleware Platform as a Service.
Middleware / Platform as a Service goals
First, let's define what PaaS should be : PaaS offerings facilitate the deployment of applications without the complexity of managing the underlying hardware and software and provisioning hosting capabilities.
To break it down:
(more...)

Getting the most out of WLDF Part 3: Notifications by C2B2

his blog directly follows on from part 2 on watches, so if you haven’t already read that then you should probably go and do that now. You can still create notifications without having any watches configured; you just won’t receive anything on them. In the last post, I had created two watches, one Server Log watch and one Collected Metrics watch. In this post, I will create notifications to work with these watches.

What are (more...)

Advanced WebLogic Server Automation: Administration and Monitoring with WLST and JMX – New Book by Martin Heinzl

All production environments need automated, auditable, and reproducible processes. This book discusses how to automate all aspects of WebLogic, an essential prerequisite for all production environments. The WebLogic Server platform is recognized as one of the leading J2EE application servers and is the foundation of the Fusion Middleware platform. It is well suited for a variety of different application architectures including modern grid and cloud infrastructures. A large number of WebLogic installations from a single (more...)