Many customers are running their workloads on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Classic (OCI-C), but the new Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) offers compelling benefits that customers should consider moving their workloads to the "gen 2 cloud". Additionally if the customer is not yet running SOA 220.127.116.11 or above, now is an ideal time to make the move.
A SOA implementation is typically large and serves mission critical requirements. This means that a "side-by-side" migration is the best approach. At a high-level the process is as follows:
Weblogic configurations can be quite extensive with SOA installations, from JCA Adapters, to JMS Queues etc. Reconfiguring a new Weblogic instance can be quite involved.
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Once you sign up for the platform, you can quickly use it to connect to your existing SOA Suite Cloud Service instance and discover all of your configurations. Using Myst, you can then connect to your new environment and re-configure it to match your existing environment. Of course if you need to change some of the details due to deltas in your new environment, you can do that as well.
Myst will also help you maintain your configurations and catch any sort of configuration drift.
There may be ways to work with WLST and other mechanisms to automate this yourself, but Myst provides a great platform to manage both SOACS and SOA Suite on-premises instances.
If you are running SOA Cloud Service on OCI-C, now is the time to move to OCI. If you are not yet running SOA Cloud Service 18.104.22.168 or above, then now is the time to upgrade and if that means moving to OCI, then you can solve both within one project and Myst will help make this a smoother transition.