Showing posts from October, 2013

Getting Started with Oracle WebLogic 12c Dynamic Clusters

One of the new features introduced on WebLogic 12c (12.1.2) is the ability to create and add new managed servers to a clustered environment dynamically. Dynamic Clusters make the task of creating additional servers for scaling out your environment really easy.
 You no longer have to configure managed servers individually but instead you configure a cluster with the number of servers you want and the server template or the domain default values. From there the system maps out managed servers with attributes inherited from the server template.
Dynamic clusters can absolutely be a building block for elasticity in the cloud environment.

To create a sample WebLogic Dynamic Cluster configuration, follow the steps below:

- Download and install Oracle WebLogic Server 12.1.2 at

- Create a new domain called mydomain. If you need the instructions on how to create a WebLogic domain, go to:…

Oracle Mobile Development Platform Workshop

It has been almost five months since I started at Oracle and I have been busy working on a bunch of different technologies including WebLogic, Coherence, Service Bus, API Gateway and obviously Mobile. If you are interested in the Oracle Mobile Development Platform, we are offering a free technical webinar on October 30th at 9:30 AM Pacific/10:30 AM Mountain.  This is going to be a 90 minute technical presentation and demonstration where you will see how:
You can develop Mobile Applications once and deploy natively to both iOS and AndroidResulting  Applications allow your company’s employees and customers to securely access your internal packaged and custom applications from any deviceYour Mobile Applications are written Java and HTML5, but leverage native device functionality such as GPS, Camera, Address Book and AccelerometerThe Resulting Applications look, feel, and perform as though they were natively developed, i.e., these are not just web applications running in a phone’s browserO…