Friday Jun 07, 2013

Oracle Optimized Solution for WebLogic Server 12c

The Oracle Optimized Solution for WebLogic Server 12c is designed to integrate with Oracle applications throughout the Oracle stack, offering a comprehensive Java platform for developing, deploying and integrating enterprise applications. This solution leverages Oracle hardware and software including Oracle SPARC T5 servers, Oracle Solaris 11, and Oracle Database 11g. The integration of Oracle WebLogic Server on Oracle server and storage systems offers developers the ability to create applications in a cost effective, easily manageable, and high performing environment.

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Monday Sep 12, 2011

WebLogic Optimized Solution

Oracle Optimized Solution for Oracle Weblogic Suite implements the Oracle WebLogic Suite application server on Oracle servers, storage and networking technology to deliver simplicity, performance, scalability, security and savings. Integration of all layers of the solution has been defined, optimized, tested and captured, so that customers can deploy an in-memory cache to help their applications and services respond faster. Which results in increased performance, reliability, and scalability of data-intensive transaction processing.

For more information please contact Jörg Meiners at or call at+49 2102 4511549

IBM WebSphere is 44%-51% more costly than Oracle WebLogic
Crimson Consulting Group just published a whitepaper, titled “Oracle WebLogic vs. IBM WebSphere TCO Comparison.” In this whitepaper Crimson estimated that IBM WebSphere and related products are between 44% to 51% more costly than Oracle WebLogic over a five year horizon.This cost differential is primarily due to three factors:

  • Oracle’s performance advantage of 10-30%, which means less hardware, software, and support costs for the same workloads.
  • Oracle’s cohesive approach to application platform design, which reduces operational costs (OpEx). The ongoing operational costs for IBM WebSphere were between 41% and 43% higher than Oracle WebLogic.
  • IBM’s higher personnel costs and dependence on professional services, which raises “people costs” and reduces agility. IBM personnel costs are 50% more expensive.

The conclusions were based on in-depth interviews of IT professionals with extensive experience of application server and data grid deployments. Please use this Crimson whitepaper when you’re in a WebLogic deal against IBM. It can be shared externally with your prospect.



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