The NEW WebLogic Server Remote Console by Monica Riccelli


We are very excited to announce the release of the WebLogic Server Remote Console (remote console).  The remote console is a modern, lightweight, open-source console that you can use to manage and monitor your WebLogic Server, and 14.1.1 domains.  It is offered as an alternative to the WebLogic Server Administration Console (administration console) web application, which Oracle continues to support. In the remote console GitHub project you will find the “How to get Started” guide and documentation.

The remote console is an application that runs on your local desktop and can connect to a WebLogic Server domain running in a physical or virtual machine, in a container, in Kubernetes, or in the Oracle Cloud. You simply start the console application, display the console UI in your browser, and connect to the Administration Server of the WebLogic Server domain using WebLogic Server REST APIs.  The remote console is a new option for managing WebLogic Server that provides a number of key benefits:

· It starts up fast

The remote console application is built on Helidon, a set of Java libraries for building lightweight applications and microservices, including microservices that interact with WebLogic Server.  Go to for more information.

· It provides a modern look and feel for WebLogic administrators

See the screenshot below. The UI has been redesigned using the Oracle Alta UI Design system and the Oracle Redwood theme included with Oracle JavaScript Extension ToolKit (JET). While basic navigation is similar to the current administration console, monitoring and configuration information is more clearly separated. Common UI features such as shopping carts are leveraged. Read the complete article here.

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