Friday Aug 30, 2013

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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Friday Nov 25, 2011

Exalogic enables super fast Oracle Apps–Webcast November 29th

Superfast Oracle Applications on Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud Webcast Series
You’re invited to our Webcast series where you can get advice from Oracle experts on how Exalogic can provide high-speed performance for your Oracle JD Edwards, E-Business Suite and PeopleSoft Enterprise applications.
By attending one or all of the webcasts in this series, you will:

  • Learn the benefits of Oracle Engineered Systems.
  • Understand the strategy of Oracle Apps on Oracle Engineered Systems.
  • Realize performance gains with Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud.
  • How to deploy Oracle Apps on Exalogic – best practices.
  • Comprehend Oracle benchmarks results.
  • Discover how to take next steps to deploy on Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud.

Oracle Exalogic for Oracle PeopleSoft Applications Tuesday, November 29, 2011, 10 AM PST

Robert McDonald, Senior Principal Product Manager, Oracle Exalogic Nishit Rao, Director, Product Management, Oracle Fusion Middleware

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