Tuesday Jan 20, 2015

WLS Tip: Introduction to WLST

WLST (WebLogic Scripting Tool) is one of the many WebLogic features that ease the management and administration of WLS instances. It is a command line based tool that can be used to create, manage, and monitor WebLogic domains.  WLST has a set of WLS specific commands (e.g. deploy an application - see here for the whole commands list), so creating WLS automated tasks is really easy. And since WLST is running on the JVM (*), those various scripted WLS taks can be easily integrated in the overall infrastructure (e.g. build platform, management infrastructure).

Mark Piller has recently written an technical introduction to WLST. In his article, Mark explains how to write WLST scripts.

You can also watch this WLST tutorial video produced by Frank Munz.

(*) Technically, WLST is using Jython on top of the JVM. 

Friday May 09, 2014

BA, the German federal employment agency, ensures labor market services availability and performance

Bundesagentur für Arbeit (BA), the German federal employment agency, is the leading provider of labor-market services in Germany. With more than 100,000 employees, BA is the largest German government agency and one of the largest employers in the country. Supporting more than 6 million customers and a rapidly growing IT department, BA needed an application infrastructure and management solution that could help to increase IT efficiency while decreasing complexity. To provide a comprehensive solution for its Oracle application platform, the agency decided to deploy Oracle WebLogic Server and Oracle Enterprise Manager. The combination provided BA with the availability, scalability, and performance to meet critical requirements, such as on-time job placements and compensation provisioning—while significantly reducing IT administration costs. Get more details from the recent BA case study and review their press release.
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