Deploying an Oracle WebLogic Domain on a Kubernetes cluster using Oracle WebLogic Server Kubernetes Operator by Marc Lameriks

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At the Oracle Partner PaaS Summer Camp IX 2019 in Lisbon, held at the end of August, I followed a 5 day during workshop called “Modern Application Development with Oracle Cloud”. In this workshop, on day 4, the topic was “WebLogic on Kubernetes”.
At the Summer Camp we used a free Oracle Cloud trial account.

On day 4, I did a hands-on lab in which an Oracle WebLogic Domain was deployed on an Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes (OKE) cluster using Oracle WebLogic Server Kubernetes Operator.

In this article, I will describe the steps that I went through to get an Oracle WebLogic Domain running on a three-node Kubernetes cluster instance (provisioned by OKE) on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) in an existing OCI tenancy.

Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes (OKE)

Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes (OKE) is a fully-managed, scalable, and highly available service that you can use to deploy your containerized applications to the cloud. Use OKE when your development team wants to reliably build, deploy, and manage cloud-native applications. You specify the compute resources that your applications require, and OKE provisions them on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) in an existing OCI tenancy. Read the complete article here.

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