Azure Oracle WebLogic Server (WLS) offers enable you to embrace cloud computing by providing greater choice and flexibility for WebLogic migration including lift and shift of your Java EE applications to Azure Cloud with the smallest effort and biggest impact. The offers empower you to start your business applications quickly by automatically provisioning virtual network, storage and Linux resources, installing WebLogic Server, setting up security with a network security group, easing database connectivity, configuring load-balancing and connecting to Azure Active Directory. The road map for the offers includes adding the ability to enable distributed logging as well as distributed caching via Oracle Coherence.
There are four offers available to meet different scenarios: single node without an admin server, single node with an admin server, cluster and dynamic cluster. These offers are linked in the Useful links section at the bottom of this page. You should feel free to give them a try, the offers are available free of charge.
These offers are Bring-Your-Own-License. They assume you have already procured the appropriate licenses with Oracle and are properly licensed to run offers in Microsoft Azure.
If you want to work closely on your migration scenarios with the engineering team developing these offers, just hit the CONTACT ME button on the offer listings page in the Azure marketplace. Program managers, architects and engineers will reach back out to you shortly and initiate collaboration! The opportunity to collaborate on a migration scenario is completely free while the offers are under active development.
This offer supports a range of operating system, Java and WebLogic versions such as WebLogic Server 14 and JDK 11 on Oracle Linux 7.6 through base images. These base images are also available on Azure on their own. The base images are suitable for customers that require very highly customized Azure deployments. The current set of base images are available here.
This offer provisions a single Oracle Linux virtual machine and installs Oracle WebLogic Server on it. It creates a domain and starts the Administration Server, which allows you to manage the domain. For complete instructions, please follow the.