During this meetup, 2 topics will be presented to you by a product manager of Oracle. Afterwards you will receive an invite to be able to test these solutions on your own pace.
Running WebLogic Server in Kubernetes
Many organizations are adopting Kubernetes as a platform for managing container-based applications and want to leverage Oracle WebLogic Server in these environments.
Attend this session to learn the best practices for running Oracle WebLogic Server in Docker and Kubernetes today, including migrating existing applications, developing and deploying new applications, integrating with other microservices, and managing applications on-premises and in Oracle Cloud. See a demo of Oracle WebLogic Server’s Kubernetes operator, deployment tooling and more.
You will also be able to learn about the roadmap as well as future plans.
Microservices with Helidon.io project
Over the past few years, a lightweight container technology called microservices architecture has significantly simplified the runtime infrastructure for applications. Applications don’t need to be developed as monolithic systems anymore. An application that’s designed using the microservices architecture is essentially a collection of simple services.
Microservices-based applications are already being developed by companies across the industry. Every day more organizations are moving away from the monolithic application model and switching over to the microservices architecture.
The microservices approach simplifies business integration, technology use, and application development by breaking down the big monolith problem to a set of small tasks that can be handled independently. But adopting the microservices architecture requires some changes to the development processes, tools, methodology, and teams.
Schedule: Wednesday, June 12, 2019 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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