WLSDM Version 2 Released! Things are really different anymore…

Posted: January 9, 2016 in WebLogic
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clip_image002WLSDM Version is really mature and assertive anymore..

Our main launch quotes for Version-2:

  • No server, No Database… No additional resources. Don’t waste your money and time.

WLSDM does not need any additional resources (Server, Database, Memory, CPU… etc.). This means you don’t need to spend operational costs for your WebLogic monitoring tool. Only keep your WebLogic Admin Server UP and HEALTHY.

If you are a senior WebLogic Administrator then show your skills by using WLSDM. WLST Web Console, User Defined Custom MBean Actions… Administrators and Developers going to love it! Do you? Designed and Developed for WebLogic Administrators & Developers

  • Centralize WLST scripts by using WLST Web Console.
  • Automate WebLogic domains by using User Defined MBean Actions.

See what’s new on Version-2:
New WLSDM Features

  • Free Developer Edition (Fully Featured) – WLSDM can be used by developers for free!
  • WLSDM Quick installation Wizard is more robust anymore. Monitoring & Diagnostics step is added
  • Suggest Button for Metric Thresholds on Wizard pages
  • Get manual profiling dumps for JFR, Thread Dump, WLDF Diagnostic Image and Heap Dump Read the complete article here.

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