Friday Aug 30, 2013

WebLogic Partner Community Newsletter August 2013

Dear WebLogic Partner Community member,

This is the 24th edition of our WebLogic Community newsletter – thanks for all your content & feedback! We keep tradition, as I not plan to damage my knee this year, we will host our Fusion Middleware Partner Community Reception at Oracle OpenWorld 2013 – Spaces are limited register asap!

If you are planning to attend OOW, make sure you prepare your visit and below you'll find some useful tips. Let us know if you like us to arrange 1:1 meeting with the product management or sales team, to discuss your large opportunities or projects. In combination with OOW 2013 we will also host our global WebLogic Partner Advisory Council IV, if you are a WebLogic guru and would like to attend., please feel free to let us know.

Partners are key in Fusion Middleware, therefore we make the latest sales kit available to you at the WebLogic Community Workspace (WebLogic Community membership required). The sales kits include the sales plays, cheat sheets, customer presentations and marketing kits. Please handle the material in the spirit of our partnership!

We started our two major training roadshows make sure you attend a ADF & ADF Mobile Bootcamp or WebLogic Bootcamp. It is coming to an Oracle office in your country.

Thanks for all the excellent twitter feedback on the WebLogic 12.1.2 launch, if in case you missed it, the Webcasts are now available on-demand - Executive Webcast & Technical Breakout Webcast.
In addition to this a series of whitepapers are available for you: WebLogic Server 12.1.2 - Business Whitepaper | Datasheet & Coherence 12c PDF & Cloud Performance,  with WebLogic Server 12c Whitepaper.

Thanks to C2B2 for the great blog post on What's new in Weblogic 12.1.2 , Rene for the Session Management article, the A-Team on a long list of WebLogic articles. Coherence and Maven support is one of the hot features in WebLogic 12.1.2. Let us know if you published a post about WebLogic 12.1.2 best via twitter @wlscommunity.

Simon Haslam completed the POC of WebLogic on the Oracle Database Appliance- click here to see his blog series. Our product management team made the templates for the latest hardware X3-2 available and is interested to publish your success story!

On the Exalogic side the pricing was updated and many templates for Oracle applications like Peoplesoft are now available.

For all ADF experts we are now offering ADF Architecture TV on  YouTube. Seems like the AMIS team is watching ;-) thanks for the nice article on ADF 12c: Using WebSockets!

Hope to see you at OOW 2013 and at Tech13 the UKOUG Middleware conference!

Best regards and Have agreat summer time!

Jürgen Kress

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WebLogic Server Cluster Messaging Protocols by Robert Patrick and Sabha Parameswaran

WebLogic Server clusters form a loosely-federated group of managed servers that provide a model for applications to leverage for achieving scalability, load balancing, and failover. Each managed server manages its view of what servers are in the cluster and its own cluster-wide view of the JNDI tree. The cluster uses a messaging model for members of the cluster to exchange the information required to keep the cluster in sync.  WebLogic Server supports two different cluster messaging protocols, known as unicast and multicast. This blog entry describes the two different cluster messaging protocols and makes recommendations around selecting which protocol to use for all versions of WebLogic Server up to and including WLS 12c (12.1.x).

WebLogic Server Clustering Fundamentals

Most features of WebLogic Server clustering are targeted at providing scalability, high availability, and failover capabilities to specific application component types (e.g., web applications, EJBs, JMS).  To support these capabilities, WebLogic Server clustering provides some infrastructure services upon which all of the other features rely.  The two most important services are: Read the full article here.

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