In September 2019 Oracle announced it’s partnership with Microsoft. Al lot of the Oracle solutions, such as databases, middleware, EBS and so on will become available on the Azure Marketplace somewhere in the near future.
Besides this tight integration, I also I wondered how many differences there are between the various managed Kubernetes services provided by different vendors. Now Oracle provides OKE(Oracle Kubernetes Engine) and Microsoft AKS(Azure Kubernetes Service). Following the multi cloud vendor strategy, I decided to setup an Oracle WebLogic Domain on an AKS.
So not the image and a VM which is also provided as a service, but the real container/orchestration stuff.. 🙂
My Azure description to be used is not a production one and just a personal one to do this research. My final aim is to get a WebLogic SOA Cluster running on Azure Kubernetes Service(AKS) and maybe deploy some application to it. Read the complete article here.
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