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We are pleased to announce the certification of Oracle WebLogic Server on Kubernetes! As part of this certification, we are releasing a sample on GitHub to create an Oracle WebLogic Server 12.2.1.3 domain image running on Kubernetes. We are also publishing a series of blogs that describe in detail the WebLogic Server configuration and feature support as well as best practices.  A video of a WebLogic Server domain running in Kubernetes can be seen at WebLogic Server on Kubertnetes Video.

Kubernetes is an open-source system for automating deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications. It supports a range of container tools, including Docker.  Oracle WebLogic Server configurations running in Docker containers can be deployed and orchestrated on Kubernetes platforms.

The following table identifies versions of Oracle WebLogic Server, JDK, Linux, Kubernetes, Docker, and network fabric that are certified for running WebLogic Server configurations on Kubernetes. Read the complete article here.

 

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Are you a Java server-side developer? Do you work with Java EE, microservices, Spring, or cloud computing? If so, you have many reasons to consider the powerful new features of Java EE 8. HTML5, HTTP/2, JSON-P, Contexts and Dependency Injection (CDI), cloud support, and other cool innovations are reason enough for a big celebration.

I will show you how to use Oracle Cloud, Docker, and GlassFish 5 to run an application using Java EE 8 features. Want to try the new model-view-controller (MVC 1.0) and JAX-RS, or are you curious about the performance of Servlet 4? You can explore all of this today—with confidence.

A Quick Look at Java EE

The Java EE platform has been, for a long time, a standard for enterprise applications. It is a community-driven specification.

Millions of developers around the world use its APIs in their projects. Thousands of companies rely on solutions based on this specification. Dozens of vendors providers applications servers built on its standards. Read the complete article here.

 

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In this blogpost I will share my first experiences monitoring a Fusion Middleware environment with Oracle Management Cloud (OMC). For this test drive I used a WebLogic SOA Domain running on a Virtual Box image on my local machine.

OMC provides several components to monitor systems and infrastructures. I used the component Log Analytics. In order to upload log files from WebLogic Server to OMC an agent must be installed and configured on the target system. OMC defines different agent types with different responsibilities:

Agent Types

A gateway is an agent that acts as a channel between Oracle Management Cloud and data collector or cloud agents. Multiple data collector or cloud agents can communicate with Oracle Management Cloud through a single gateway. Read the complete article here.

 

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Dear Developer Partner Community,

Are you ready for Oracle OpenWorld 2018? For some tips to prepare please watch the monthly YouTube update. We would like to celebrate the PaaS success with you at our Oracle OpenWorld 2018 Reception on Monday October 22nd 2018. In case you can’t attend please join our monthly Oracle OpenWorld 2018 PreviewPaaS Partner Community Webcast – October 11th 2018.

Thanks to the community for all the excellent cloud native development and WebLogic articles: Hands on Labs: Container Native Application Development & Getting started with Fn Project & Kotlin and the Java FDK & Orchestration with Fn Flow & Setting Functions Free & Oracle Kubernetes Engine : Setup fast with Terraform & Captain’s Log: Container Native Logging with the EFK Stack & Make WebLogic Domain Provisioning and Deployment Easy! & WebLogic Administration: Clusters and Dynamic Clusters.

Thanks to the community for all the excellent mobile & development tool articles: Learn Oracle Mobile & Oracle Autonomous Digital Assistant: The new incarnation for conversation interfaces & Oracle Bots Node.js SDK: Building Webhook Clients for Oracle Intelligent Bots Made Easy & Boring FAQ to engaging Digital Assistant under 5 mins & The Oracle Intelligent Bots Dialog Flow Productivity Secret About CTRL + Double-Click & Autonomous Digital Assistant to Human Agent seamless Handoff & Oracle Bots Node.js SDK: Building Custom Component Services with Node Express Made Easy for Any Node Container & Business Logic for Business Object in Visual Builder – Triggers, Object Functions, Groovy and More & Query Logic Implementation in VBCS for ADF BC REST & Defining Multiple REST End Points in Visual Builder – A Best Practice & Oracle Offline Persistence Toolkit – Reacting to Replay Conflict & Implementing Handle Patch Method in JET Offline Toolkit & Oracle Offline Persistence Toolkit – After Request Sync Listener & Generic Docker container image for running and dynamically reloading an Oracle JET application from a Git repository & Configuring a Datasource in a Docker Container & JDeveloper: Task Flow with optional Parameters.

For a short summery of our key monthly information watch the Fusion Middleware & PaaS Partner Updates on YouTube. The October edition highlights the new pricing to Innovate, Extend and Integrate SaaS and Oracle OpenWorld. This month’s community webcast will be a preview of OOW 2018, please join our monthly PaaS Partner Community Webcast – October 11th 2018.

Want to publish your best practice article & news in the next community newsletter? Please feel free to send it via Twitter @wlsCommunity #DeveloperCommunity!

To read the complete newsletter please visit www.tinyurl.com/DeveloperNewsOctober2018 (OPN Account required)

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Jürgen Kress

PaaS Partner Adoption

Oracle EMEA

Tel. +49 89 1430 1479

E-Mail: juergen.kress@oracle.com

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In case you attend Oracle OpenWorld 2018 below focus-on documents, key session, hands-on labs and exchange demo ground overview information helps you to choose your PaaS session. For an OpenWorld preview and all details please visit the on-demand webcast here. In case you can’t make it to San Francisco visit the Oracle OpenWorld website and watch keynotes live & on-demand.

Focus-On Documents – OpenWorld 2018

Analytics

Application Development @ OpenWorld

Application Integration

Application Integration and Data Integration

Artificial Intelligence (across all tracks)

Big Data

Blockchain

Cloud Native

Cloud at Customer

Cloud Development Tools

Data Integration

Data Science

Digital Assistant & Mobile

Enterprise Cloud Architecture

Identity & Security

Oracle Cloud Platform for Oracle SaaS

Oracle Management Cloud

 

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Good trip to San Francisco, and see you at the Community Reception.

 

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In the last days i was searching a way to package my little Spring Boot app as a docker container and deploy that container to the Oracle Container Service Classic (OCSC).

My first idea was to use the Oracle Developer Cloud Service to do that.

My naive first thought was: „Hey two Oracle Cloud Services, that must be an easy task.“ But no, it was not an easy task, involved only some klicks on the console. It can be just easy, when i want to deploy simply the created .war file but docker containers… no.

But what was the problem? Well, the Developer Cloud Service uses Hudson to build the code. So far so god. The problem here is, we have no docker installation an we can´t install it during the build. In the end, building the project is no problem, creating the container is actually impossible. Read the complete article here.

 

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This training module helps you learn how to provision Oracle Database Cloud Service deployments and Oracle Java Cloud Service instances on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.

Task-1

Create the networking, storage, and security resources that Database Cloud Service and Java Cloud Service require in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Note: This task is relevant to other Oracle PaaS services as well.

video (4 min.)

tutorial (15 min.)

Task-2

Create a Database Cloud Service deployment in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Note: Java Cloud Service requires a Database Cloud Service deployment to store the Oracle-required schemas for WebLogic Server.

video (4 min.)

Task-3

Create a Java Cloud Service instance in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.

video (5 min.)

Watch the videos here.

Developer Partner Community

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