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Whitepaper: Using Oracle WebLogic Server for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

Whitepaper: Using Oracle WebLogic Server for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

Oracle
Published by: Research Desk Released: Sep 16, 2020

Use Oracle WebLogic Server for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to quickly create your Java Enterprise Edition (Java EE) application environment in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, including an Oracle WebLogic Server domain, in a fraction of the time it would normally take on-premises.

Oracle WebLogic Server for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is available as a set of applications in the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Marketplace. After launching one of these applications, you use a simple wizard interface to configure and provision your domains along with any supporting cloud resources like compute instances, networks and load balancers.

You can track and monitor the progress of an Oracle WebLogic Server for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure stack in Resource Manager. As your workload requirements change, you can use Resource Manager to scale the domain by adding or removing managed servers. A stack also provides a convenient method of deleting the cloud resources for a domain when you no longer require them.