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Resource Consumption Management with WebLogic Multitenant by OTN

 

What is WebLogic Server Multitenant?

Multi-tenancy (MT) in WebLogic Server (WLS) provides a sharable infrastructure for use by multiple organizations. These organizations are a conceptual grouping of your own choosing, which you can think of as… 419 more words

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WebLogic on Docker Containers Series, Part 2 by Bruno Borges

 

On my previous post, the first part of this series, I’ve shown to you how to quickly get started with WebLogic on Docker. You’ve learned how to create a base Docker image with WebLogic and Oracle JDK installed, and then how to create a second image that contains a configured WebLogic domain. 402 more words

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WebLogic 12.2.1 Multi-Tenant by Raul Castillo

 

As a weblogic administrator the interaction among the application server and the database is often strong. In fact, according to Confio Software (2013) approximately 70% of applications’ performance problems are caused by the dataWith the development of partitions on Weblogic, Oracle has developed an infrastructure that is similar to containers and that takes advantage of the Weblogic server’s capacities such as clustering, transaction management and security [1]. 419 more words

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Flexagon Releases FlexDeploy 3.1 by Dan Goerdt

 

On the heels of the extremely well received FlexDeploy 3.0 release at Oracle OpenWorld in October 2015, Flexagon today announced FlexDeploy 3.1 is now available. 314 more words

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Java Rock Star Adam Bien Impressed by WebLogic 12.2.1 by Reza Rahman

 

It is not an exaggeration to say Adam Bien is pretty close to a "household name" in the Java world. Adam is a long time Java enthusiast, author of quite a few popular books, Java Community Process (JCP) expert, Oracle ACE Director, official Oracle Java Champion and JavaOne conference Rock Star award winner. 324 more words

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Getting started with Java Cloud Service on the Oracle Public Cloud (WebLogic as a Service) by Lucas Jellema

 

The Java Cloud Service (JCS) in the Oracle Public Cloud allows me to deploy Java EE applications such as JAX-RS and JAX-WS REST and SOAP Web Services, Servlet | JSP | JSF Web Applications, EJB and JMS artifacts and ADF applications to the public cloud and make them accessible to developers, testers and end users anywhere in the world. 514 more words

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