Java Cloud Service, Multitenancy and Oracle Management Cloud – Part 1 by MichelSchildmeijer


In this blog post I will setup a Java Cloud Service, which is Oracles PAAS service for delivering WebLogic Application Server, . Setting up a Java Cloud Service infrastructure means the following:

  • Setup a Database Cloud Service
  • Setup a Java Cloud Service including a Loadbalance feature. This will result in a basic Oracle Traffic Domain and a WebLogic Domain for your applications to be deployed on.

Setup a Java Cloud Service

To setup  a Java Cloud Service, you will setup a complete basic WebLogic Application Server domain. For this you need to set up:

Database Cloud Service

In my cloud console I first followed the process of setting up a database Cloud Service

  • Clicking on the Database Cloud Service Console, create a service
  • Next, you fill in some requested details
  • Last screen some advanced details. Don’t forget to tick create Storage Container
    • Service Name: Service Name of the database
    • Key: You can generate a keypair in the console, or if you have done so, select you public key
    • Backup Destination: Should be both Cloud and Local for Java Cloud Service
    • Cloud Storage Container: Must be in the right naming format: Storage-<your identity domain/<storage container name ( name is free to choose>)
    • PDB leave it to the default

After a while, you have a database up and running .

Accessing the database can be done in a view ways:

– Through   DB/EM Console; just the familiar way of doing it. Read the complete article here.

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