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TROUG Presentation: Advanced WebLogic Monitoring: Custom WebLogic JMX Development and DevOps Automation by M.Fevzi Korkutata

In this blog post, I am going to share my TROUG presentation at “TROUGDays 2016″ event.

It was a great session. I lectured and spoke about “Advanced WebLogic Monitoring: JMX MBean Development & WLSDM Automation”. 235 more words


Apple iMac 27inch 5K Retina Display: i5 vs. i7 >> Performance Comparison via Oracle WebLogic by M.Fevzi Korkutata

Yes, the result is obvious and you can say that there is no need to compare them. But, let’s do a deep Middleware analyse and calculate price/cost/performance results. 360 more words


Oracle Microservices Platform Partner Webcast – October 25th 2016

Attend our October edition of the SOA & BPM Partner Community Webcast live on October 25th 2016 at 16:00 CET.

Microservices architectures, lightweight and script-based applications, and cloud-native application development join the ranks of agile methodology to build better software faster. 204 more words


Coherence Docker image on GitHub

This section includes documentation on running Oracle Coherence clusters inside Docker.

  1. Setup – Setting Up a Demo Docker Machine Environment
  2. Clustering – Running Coherence Clusters in Docker…
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WebLogic Server 12c (12.2.1): Configuring and Using Log Files Tutorial

This tutorial describes how WebLogic logging services provide facilities for writing, viewing, filtering, and listening for log messages. These log messages are generated by WebLogic Server instances, subsystems, and Java EE applications that run on WebLogic Server or in client JVMs. 173 more words


Connection Initialization Callback on WLS Datasource by Steve Felts

WebLogic Server is now available. You can see the blog article announcing it at Oracle WebLogic Server is Now Available.
One of the WLS datasource features that appeared quite a while ago but not mentioned much is the ability to define a callback that is called during connection initialization.  The original intent of this callback was to provide a mechanism that is used with the Application Continuity (AC) feature.  It allows for the application to ensure that the same initialization of the connection can be done when it is reserved and also later on if the connection is replayed.  For the latter case, the original connection has some type of "recoverable" error and is closed, a new connection is reserved under the covers, and all of the operations that were done on the original connection are replayed on the new connection.  The callback allows for the connection to be re-initialized with whatever state is needed by the application. 271 more words


WebLogic Performance on SOLARIS SPARC Servers by M.Fevzi Korkutata

    My presentation and Live DEMO at “Oracle Hardware Solutions Event”. Demonstrated live Java Server Loader (JSL) on Solaris Sparc T5-2 Server and did performance tests (CPU, Memory, Network Socket) instantly at session duration.

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