Implementing a Weblogic Architecture with High Availability

September 25, 2015

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Implementing a Weblogic Architecture with High Availability

Introduction

This document shows a comprehensive process to construct an architecture with high availability that demonstrates how useful is in order to do tasks such as the recovery of the Administration Server in other machine. Even though, the whole server migration of managed servers is not configured in this guide, the architecture is ready to apply this configuration because of the use of virtual IPs and shared storages. In fact the directories that allow this work are also create. For example, the path /u01/oracle/config/domains/incadomain/incacluster is created to store the JMS and TLOG files. This document can be used to learn how to do this configuration and to apply this knowledge to other cases such SOA and OSB.

You can download the guide using the following link.

High Availability

Raul has a bachelor's degree in System Engineering and Informatics from San Marcos University in Perú. Before travelling to Norway he had worked for several years as a system administrator with focus on Oracle Application Servers and Oracle Weblogic. Nowadays, he is working for Sysco AS in Norway, where he is investigating about the latest technologies related to the Oracle Fusion Middleware stack such as Oracle SOA Suite 12C and Oracle Cloud Control 12C.

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