WebLogic Weekly for August 29th, 2011 - Multiple IPs, Lowest TCO, JavaOne and more
By james.bayer on Aug 29, 2011
Managing IP Addresses with Node Manager by Antony Reynolds
WebLogic Server 10.3.4 introduced new capabilities and a new format for Node Manager to support moving multiple IP addresses with the Server Migration feature. This is especially helpful when using network channels to bind to multiple network interfaces as is often the case with Exalogic. Antony provides a helpful explanation and example.
Did you know that WebLogic offers the lowest TCO of all application servers? by Ruma Sanyal
Ruma covers some highlights from the brand new Crison report released this month which details how WebLogic Server has lower total cost of ownership than JBoss after 2 years and as much as 35% lower cost over 5 years.
Java EE and GlassFish sessions at JavaOne 2011 by Arun Gupta
Java EE evangelist Arun Gupta lists both the Java EE as well as some Glassfish sessions at JavaOne. WebLogic Server and Glassfish are increasingly sharing more components and there is a lot of exciting work happening with Java EE 7 and new cloud capabilities being incorporated directly into Java EE.
Oracle Coherence Best Practices for Session Management (Replication) in Clustered Application Servers Environment by Ankur Kumar
Ankur explains how you can off-load session data from WebLogic Server to the Coherence in-memory data grid and discusses trade-offs in the different configurations.
How to reset your WLS super user password by Brian Eidelman
Brian links to a post covered previously that describes the helpful procedure to reset a lost Administrator password in WebLogic Server. This information is helpful bookmark just in case!