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WebLogic Multitenancy 

ISBN: 978-0-9861194-2-2 Library of Congress Number:
419 pages
Perfect Bind 9.25 x 7.5
PD 0616
Shelving: Databases/Oracle Oracle In-Focus Series # 52
  WebLogic Multitenancy
WebLogic as a Platform & Foundation for Cloud Services 

Martin Heinzl

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With WebLogic 12.2.x a complete new concept, called partition, was introduced into WebLogic in order to support multitenancy setups and concepts. This new technology can also serve as a solid foundation for cloud services and cloud hosting. A partition is similar to a filesystem partition and meant to be a well-defined area of WebLogic, with some new and powerful features. Other than the standard J2EE bundling units like EAR, WAR or RAR archives, the partition goes beyond that and allows a bundling of applications (J2EE units) and required resources like JDBC, JMS and more into a single “WebLogic application” based on the partition technology. Partitions can also be exported, migrated and imported as a single unit.

Many real world use-cases can benefit significantly from the new multitenancy technology. This book explains the new WebLogic technologies in detail. In addition to the technology deep-dives, this book discusses many use-cases found daily in our industry and shows the potential benefit of multitenancy technologies for these scenarios.

Key Features


• Overview and deep-dives into the new WebLogic technologies around multitenancy

• Many examples using WLST scripting in order to automate partition handling

• All scripts and programs can easily be adapted to the reader’s need

• Discussion of a number of real-world uses and how these could benefit from multitenancy

• Focus on architects, decision-makers, administrators and developers

About the Author:

Martin Heinzl Martin Heinzl is a principal consultant and middleware expert, working in the areas of architecture, middleware and enterprise landscapes and systems. Over the last 16 years he has built up extensive experience in enterprise middleware technologies and distributed systems. His main areas of focus include architecture, integration, application server and middleware technologies, J2EE, CORBA, distributed systems and security. He is also the author of the books “Advanced WebLogic Server Automation” and “WebLogic Diagnostic Framework” by Rampant TechPress.


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