We are pleased to announce the certification of WebLogic Server on the Red Hat OpenShift which is based on Kubernetes. The WebLogic domain runs on OpenShift managed by the . The Operator uses a common set of Kubernetes APIs to provide an improved user experience when automating operations such as: provisioning, lifecycle management, application versioning, product patching, scaling, and security.
We verified the following functionality:
The following matrix shows the different versions of products used in our certification:
|WebLogic Kubernetes Operator||2.0.1+|
On January 19th we published a blog “WebLogic on OpenShift” which describes the steps to run a WebLogic domain/cluster managed by the operator running on OpenShift. The starting point is the OpenShift Container Platform server set up on OCI in this earlier post. To run WebLogic on OpenShift get the operator 2.0.1 Docker image from the Docker Hub, clone the GitHub project, and follow the sample in the blog.
Our goal is to support WebLogic Server on all Kubernetes platforms on premises and in both private and public clouds, providing the maximum support to migrate WebLogic workloads to cloud neutral infrastructures. We continue to expand our certifications on different Kubernetes platforms; stay tuned – thanks!
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