Changing the configuration of an Oracle WebLogic Domain, deployed on a Kubernetes cluster using Oracle WebLogic Server Kubernetes Operator (part 2) by Marc Lameriks


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 a previous article I described how I made several changes to the configuration of a WebLogic domain:

§ Scaling up the number of Managed Servers

§ Overriding the WebLogic domain configuration

§ Application lifecycle management (ALM), using a new WebLogic Docker image

Read the complete article here.

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