Saturday Mar 15, 2014

Deploying Jenkins to a WebLogic Server by Peter Lorenzen

I am working on a project that uses Jenkins. We had a couple of different options for deploying Jenkins. We use Red Hat Linux, so we could run Jenkins as a command line service in the background, or we could deploy it to a servlet container like Tomcat or Glassfish. But since we are already using the WebLogic Server it made most sense to deploy Jenkins there.

Using WebLogic for Jenkins does not work out of the box, so here is the steps I wend thorough to get it up and running on a WebLogic Server 10.3.6.

Overview

Prepare the OS
Jenkins stores it’s files under $JENKINS_HOME which defaults to ~/.jenkins.

You can change $JENKINS_HOME via .bash_profile. Read the complete article here.

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Monday Nov 18, 2013

UKOUG Tech13 WebLogic Hackathon by Peter Lorenzen

This year’s UKOUG Tech13 conference is kicking off with a free SuperSunday event.


You can choose between 7 streams:

  • Hands on Engineered Systems
  • Analytics – Pulling the Threads Together
  • Database Technology 1 & 2
  • Real World Lessons from ADF Ninjas
  • Extending APEX out of the Box
  • WebLogic Hackathon

The best and most interesting is of course the WebLogic Hackathon ;-)

I have been working with a great group of people to prepare the WebLogic Hackathon:

The theme for the day is configuration management and automation.

I have prepared a lab where participants can try to do a silent and scripted installation/deployment of WebLogic Server 12.1.2 via the standard Oracle tools.

We will use a Linux Server running on the participants laptops via VirtualBox.

Scripting will save you time and make installations identical and hereby maximize predictability.

While scripting is a good start, the next step is to use real configuration management tools to help you out.

There will be a hands-on lab with Puppet and if time permits also one for Chef.

Because this is a hands-on event there is a limited numbers of seats so sign up immediately :-)

Thanks to Peter for sharing Winking smile

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