OLL Live Event: WebLogic Server 12.1.3 Using REST Services to Manage WebLogic Domains

I will be demonstrating how to use RESTful requests to manage WebLogic Server domains with WebLogic Server 12.1.3.


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Oracle WebLogic Server 12.1.3: Using REST Services to Manage WebLogic Server

Date: Wednesday, September 10th, 2014 Time: 9:00 am US/Pacific time

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This webcast demonstrates how to use RESTful requests to manage a WebLogic Server domain. Learn how to format REST requests to start and stop servers and clusters, manage application deployments, and manage JDBC data sources... all from the command-line!

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Mark Lindros

Mark Lindros has been in the IT industry since 1994, fulfilling various roles in support, consulting, and courseware development and delivery. His entire career spans the enterprise application space, using the products that now form the foundation of Oracle Fusion Middleware. Mark was the world wide internal field readiness developer at BEA for WebLogic Server 4.5.1-10.0. Mark also has expertise in a number of other Oracle products, including Java, Oracle Entitlements Server, Coherence, Oracle Platform Security Services, the Tuxedo product suite, and WebLogic Portal. Recently, he completed the development of the WebLogic Server 12.1.3 New Features Self-Study and associated Oracle by Example tutorials.


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Mark Lindros
Oracle FMW Curriculum Developer

Former BEA and Oracle TM Consultant, Support Engineer, and internal Staff Engineer

I have been in the IT industry since 1994, fulfilling various roles along the way. My entire career spans the enterprise application space. I started as a Tuxedo specialist, and later changed my focus to Java EE and WebLogic Server. I have extensive field experience implementing solutions using multiple Oracle FMW products.

When I'm not stuck behind my desk unraveling technology, I can be found enjoying my family, working out, playing video games, mountain biking, and enjoying life.

This blog is for posting interesting technical findings I make while using Oracle FMW products.

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