WebLogic Kubernetes Operator 2.0 Release Candidate 2 now available by Mark Nelson

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We have just made our 2.0 Release Candidate 2 of the Oracle WebLogic Server Kubernetes Operator available for early adopters.

The 2.0 release adds some significant new features including:

  • Support for burning your WebLogic domain into the Docker image, in addition to supporting the domain being on persistent storage,
  • The operator is now installed using Helm charts, replacing the earlier scripts,
  • You can override domain configuration using configuration override templates,
  • Load balancers and Ingress can now be independently configured,
  • WebLogic logs can be directed to a persistent volume or the WebLogic server console output (stdout) can be directed to the pod log,
  • Added lifecycle support for servers and significantly more configurability for generated pods.

Most of these features are the result of direct feedback and requests from our users. We have a list of additional requests, and starting with this release we are moving to a much shorter release cycle, where we will release small incremental features and updates frequently, rather than having large releases that are months apart. Read the complete article here.

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