Oracle WebLogic Server for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) lets customers deploy Java applications to the cloud with just a few clicks. Achieve higher performance and gain power to manage, scale, and secure applications across global cloud regions at lower cost than on-premises.
Create a WebLogic domain within a few minutes. Choose from a range of options for managed servers and clusters.
Use WebLogic provisioning wizards as Terraform scripts and execute them through the OCI console with a single click.
OCI’s infrastructure includes redundant fault domains, virtual cloud networks, and storage to ensure continuous operation.
Complete compatibility with Oracle Cloud Databases, including Oracle Autonomous Database, to maximize performance and manageability.
Choose from multiple options, including Oracle WebLogic Server version 12c or 11g, in Standard, Enterprise, or Suite editions.
No need to rewrite as WebLogic as OCI is compatible with existing on-premises apps.
Create or spin down development and test environments within minutes for quick prototyping.
Choose from a range of integrated and certified development tools, such as Eclipse, NetBeans, and Maven.
Only Oracle offers standard pay-as-you-go pricing, plus a Bring Your Own License (BYOL) option.
“It only takes a few hours to spin up WebLogic Server for OCI Marketplace instances. We can now sell our insurance solutions to customers quickly while cutting down on our infrastructure build costs.”
"A new cloud service only took our team two months to develop from planning to production and was made possible because of the high productivity of WebLogic Server for OCI."
In just three months, Tokyo Electric Power Services Co., Ltd. was able to eliminate hardware and save time and money by deploying WebLogic Server for OCI.
Common WebLogic tooling, support for cloud infrastructure automation and full on-premises compatibility simplifies migration.
Leverage OCI’s high availability and scalability across multiple compute nodes to configure WebLogic for optimum performance, security, and manageability.
Leverage Terraform scripts to deploy WebLogic and ensure consistency across environments for dev, test, and production.
In this video, you will see how to create an Oracle WebLogic Server for OCI stack with autoscaling.
Adrian Padilla Duarte, Product Manager, WebLogic Server for OCI/OKE and Java Cloud Service, Oracle
We are happy to announce that Oracle WebLogic Server for OCI stacks now support autoscaling, exporting WebLogic metrics using application performance monitoring (APM) and creating APM dashboards with WebLogic metrics.Read the complete post
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