By Dave.Cabelus-Oracle on Jul 24, 2014
If you remember, we added Dynamic Clusters in WebLogic Server 12.1.2. Dynamic Clusters make it really easy to configure a cluster and to scale up that cluster. They are a cloud-enabling technology that provides elasticity for your applications. We’re always looking to improve on a good thing, so in WebLogic Server 12.1.3, we enabled Whole Server Migration with Dynamic Clusters. Whole Server Migration enhances the availability of clusters by enabling a failing/failed managed server to be restarted automatically on a different machine. This is especially important for recovery of persistent JMS messages and distributed transactions.
I just posted a video on YouTube with more details and a short demo. Take a look:
If you want to learn more:
- Interactive overview of WebLogic Server 12.1.3 new features:
- Whole Server Migration documentation:
- Dynamic Clusters documentation:
- JMS on Dynamic Clusters documentation: