Step by step: Transform WebLogic into a Kubernetes Managed Platform by Michel Schildmeijer

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Traditionally, when you install Oracle WebLogic, you simply download the  necessary WebLogic and FMW Infrastructure jar files, spin up one or multiple servers, install the software and configure your domain, either automated or manual.

Depending on which Cloud strategy you choose you could either:

· Use pure IaaS, so in essence this means you obtain compute power, storage and network from a certain cloud provider, which can be any you choose: AWS, Azure, Google or maybe Oracle.

· Use PaaS, where your application server platform and generic middleware is part of the cloud subscription. In this scenario you might choose for Oracle’s Java Cloud Service  or some other PaaS such as SOA Cloud Service, depending on the needs. Looking at Java based applications, other vendors also offer Java in the Cloud: Read the complete article here.

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