Test and Deploy WebLogic and Oracle Database Applications on Docker by Monica Riccelli

Posted: December 18, 2017 in Cloud, WebLogic
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Tight integration between Oracle WebLogic Server and Oracle Database provide a strong infrastructure to develop, and test application with improved availability, better resource sharing, ease of configuration and automated management facilities. When both of these products are running in Docker containers we can take advantage of Docker’s benefits of container isolation, container portability, packaging, instant replay and reset to provide the ability to automate the development and testing of these applications.

On GitHub we provide the necessary Dockerfiles and scripts to run both an Oracle Database EE 12c and WebLogic Server 12c containers. We also provide samples that you can expand to deploy your own applications in this environment. I will describe how to containerize WebLogic Server which connects to a containerized Oracle DB, deploy a MedRec application which has its data persisted in the database. Read the complete article here.

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