Improved Developer Experience and Productivity: The Power of Maven and WebLogic Server

Are you using Maven to automate your builds? If so, Oracle WebLogic has some greatly improved, out-of-the box features that make Maven work even harder for you, improving your experience while increasing productivity.

Here are some of the features that enable you to use Maven with the Oracle stack to speed time to market, reduce costs and more effectively manage your application lifecycle:

  • Java EE 6 Full Profile Certified
    WebLogic Server is Java EE 6 full-profile certified so you can make use of the latest programming model to build your applications.
  • Standard Java IDE Support
    WebLogic Server supports various IDEs and offers advanced Maven integration.
  • Developer Zip Distribution
    In order to set up your development environment more quickly, WebLogic Server supports developer Zip distribution.
  • Support for many operating systems
    WebLogic Server supports many operating systems including Windows, MacOSX, and Linux.
  • Open Source
    WebLogic Server offers support for popular third-party frameworks.
  • Classloading
    Oracle’s Classloading Analysis Tool (CAT) is bundled with WebLogic Server to address classloading issues for your applications that use different Java classes i.e. Enterprise Beans, servlets and JavaServer Pages, utility classes and third-party packages. CAT simplifies filtering classloader configuration and helps you analyze classloading issues.
  • Free Developer License
    Oracle offers a free single developer desktop licensed version of WebLogic Server. Link to free download.

Learn More:
Watch the DevCast archive on demand: The Power of Maven: Smarter DevOps through Automation and Integration


You will learn about:

  • WebLogic Server for Developers
  • Apache Maven
  • Working with WebLogic Server from Maven
  • Advanced uses of Maven with WebLogic Server
  • Java IDEs and Maven

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