Oracle Ground Breakers Appreciation Day – Something about WebLogic by Martien van den Akker

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Our most appreciated Oracle ACE Director Tim Hall organizes this yearly initiative, with this years name Oracle Ground Breakers Appreciation Day, and appointed this day to blog about our favorite Oracle Technology, Service or sub-community.
Last week I presented the ‘Oracle Kubernetes Managed Weblogic Revival’, the introduction of the Weblogic Kubernetes Operator opens the future for Weblogic.
This week I deliver our Weblogic 12c Tuning and Troubleshooting training for ATOS The Netherlands in Groningen. So, hmmm. what to blog, on this years Ground Breakers Appreciation day? There are several other technologies that I use and follow, but mostly around Fusion Middleware: SOA Suite, BPM Suite and Oracle Service Bus. But also Oracle Integration Cloud, that in fact heavily depend on this technologies. And honestly, bottom line here is Oracle Weblogic.
I frequently hear voices that state that Customers should move away from Weblogic. Honestly, I don’t relate to that. It has served customers very well over the last decade under the Oracle brand and before. And I still think it was a smart move of Oracle to acquire it and make it a strategic part of the Oracle platform. Read the complete article here.

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