Oracle WebLogic Server on Microsoft Azure IaaS by Jacob Thomas

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We are pleased to announce another aspect of the partnership between Oracle and Microsoft.

In early June 2019,  Oracle and Microsoft announced their cloud interoperability partnership.

We are now announcing another key piece in that story: Oracle WebLogic Server on Microsoft Azure IaaS.

In addition to the exciting work on the WebLogic Kubernetes Operator and Coherence Kubernetes Operator, the WebLogic team at Oracle is hard at work creating several interoperating Azure ARM templates and corresponding Azure Marketplace Offers to cover the most common needs of deploying WebLogic Server to IaaS resources on Microsoft Azure.

The following collection of Marketplace Offers are all based on Oracle WebLogic Server 12.2.1.3 running on Oracle Linux 7.6.

· Create a single VM with WebLogic Admin Only domain pre-configured

· Create a N-node WebLogic cluster with the admin server on one VM and cluster members on other VMs.  Admin server and all managed servers are started by default when the provisioning completes. Admin Server and NodeManager are started as systemd services and CrashRecoveryEnabled is set to true for the NodeManager so even after a VM reboot servers are restarted automatically.  Additional nodes can be added to the cluster using the Azure CLI. Read the complete article here.

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