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A development environment typically consists of a single-server J2EE container for unit testing Web and enterprise J2EE applications. In contrast a production environment is far more likely to be a complex, clustered configuration. Problems discovered during production-level testing often require looping back to the development team for modification of the Web or enterprise application. Many of these issues can be caught earlier in the cycle by having the development team perform unit testing against a clustered environment. This tutorial presents a straightforward way for developers to try their applications in a cluster by utilizing the WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST) to automatically provision applications into this environment. The first part of this tutorial describes how to deploy your Web applications in a cluster using WLST. The second part adds BEA Workshop S... (more)

Using Eclipse and WebLogic, Deploy to the Cloud

From On-Premise to Infrastructure as a Service My first blog showed how to move to Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) using Tomcat. This blog will show how to do the same using WebLogic Server, deploying webapps via eclipse to a remote WebLogic instance running in the cloud. Let’s say we plan to move our app to production on Amazon Elastic Cloud (EC2). We have already developed the application using eclipse and have tested it on WebLogic running locally. Now, we may want to test  our app on an EC2 environment before moving to production. First, we need to obtain an EC2 cloud in... (more)

Case Study: From On-Premise to Cloud By @Oracle | @CloudExpo [#Cloud]

Case Study: Moving from On-Premise to Cloud In this article, we take web applications developed for on-premise and move to the cloud. We first prepare the applications, then we prepare the cloud and finally we deploy our apps to the cloud. Preparing the Apps For this exercise, we will be using two applications: A sample application (sample.war) from Tomcat (available here) A sample application (examplesWebApp.war) from WebLogic (available as part of the WLS 10.3.6 install) You can try deploying these apps to tomcat and WebLogic respectively, using a local installation (ie, on prem... (more)

From On-Premise to Infrastructure As a Service By @Oracle | @CloudExpo [#Cloud]

Moving From On-Premise to Infrastructure As a Service Let’s say we developed an application and plan to move our app to production on Amazon Elastic Cloud (EC2). Our application, in the form of a webapp, was developed using eclipse and we have tested it on Tomcat running locally. Now, we may want to test our app on an EC2 environment before moving to production. First, we need to obtain an EC2 cloud instance. To keep costs down, I selected the free offering which offers a 1GB Linux instance. This is sufficient to run a basic tomcat installation. I found this article to help me ... (more)