New Whitepaper – Cloud Performance, Elasticity and Multitenancy with Oracle WebLogic Server 12c and Oracle Database 12c
By Ayalla Goldschmidt on Jul 29, 2013
One of the exciting focus areas of Oracle WebLogic 12c release 12.1.2 is the deep integration with the recently available Oracle Database 12c.
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One of the advantages of having the world’s most popular Database and the #1 Application Server under one roof, is the simple rule of 1+1=3, and what do I mean by that?
With our Engineering teams on the Database and Middleware side working hand in hand, Oracle WebLogic Server 11g introduced Active GridLink for Real Application Clusters (RAC). In conjunction with Oracle Database, this powerful software technology simplifies management, increases availability, and ensures fast connection failover, with runtime connection, load balancing and affinity capabilities. Deltek is one of the early adopters of these capabilities. Watch their video
With the release of WebLogic Server 12c (12.1.2), tight integration between Oracle WebLogic Server 12c (12.1.2) and Oracle Database 12c enhances these capabilities with improved availability, better resource sharing, inherent scalability, ease of configuration and automated management facilities in a global cloud environment.
It’s worth noting that Oracle WebLogic Server is the only application server with this degree of integration with Oracle Database 12c.
This white paper, authored by Monica Riccelli and Frances Zhao from the CAF Product Management team, explains how these unique database, clustering, and application server technologies work together to enable higher availability, scalability and performance for your business. It starts by introducing Oracle Active GridLink for RAC with attention to ease of configuration, manageability, and performance. Then describes the impact of Oracle WebLogic server on several leading features of Oracle Database12c such as Multitenant Databases (Pluggable Database), Database Resident Connection Pool, Application Continuity, and Global Data Services.
Please download the whitepaper and let us know your feedback!
You can read more on this topic in these blogs by Steve Felts: