Run polyglot apps with WebLogic 14.1.1 and GraalVM EE by Michel Schildmeijer


This aimagerticle is recovered from the deleted Oracle Community blog: in Architecture, Development, Operations and Cloud Solutions on 17-jul-2020 12:52:30

During Oracle OpenWorld 2019 (why does that seem like ages ago?), Oracle announced the WebLogic 14 version. Later that year, they announced that this version was also certified to run with GraalVM. This makes WebLogic more than the Java EE application server it used to be, because other application technologies such as JavaScript, Ruby or Python can now (theoretically) run on WebLogic.

This made me curious, so I decided to research and develop a way to roll out a WebLogic platform running with GraalVM, on Oracle’s managed Kubernetes Engine.

GraalVM Basics

GraalVM is a solution in the form of a virtual machine for running polyglot applications. In other words, it can run Java and non-Java applications in a Graal Virtual Machine. GraalVM has the following characteristics: Read the complete article here

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