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Oracle WebLogic Server 12c: Distinctive Recipes: Architecture, Development and Administration ¨C April 30, 2014

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  • By just be on 15 January 2013

    With this book, Frank Munz summarizes together valuable information from many years of substantial IT project experience. It covers topics starting from the selection of the underlying JVM for the Application Server to the proper setup of the JMS cluster. There is a particular focus on the setup of high availability cloud scenarios and other advanced topics related to distributed applications with WebLogic 12c.The book shows the common issues in distributed Java EE web applications meaningful and adequate down to the level of architectures and system setups. And it shows the solution for typical pitfalls of administration and setups of a distributed server environment.I could read the book as a technical editor in advance and consider it an important and useful addition to the existing literature and documentation for all WebLogic 12c projects. It is also worth reading for IT professionals who work for a long time with WebLogic, because there is always something new to discover!

  • By mbotting on 29 July 2013

    In the list of available books on Weblogic administration this is the most easily readable book on the subject. It is clear, to the point and has citations and references to the Oracle documentation for everything. Even with many years of Weblogic experience under my belt, I still ran into a large number of surprises and new insights. I especially liked the way the author weighs different choices in, for example, file or database stores for JMS. I would very much recommend this book to anyone with at least some knowledge of J2EE concepts who is looking into setting up a Welogic 11g or 12c platform in a professional environment.

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