Fusion Middleware 12c (12.2.1) New Features – WebLogic by Seema Yadav

Posted: July 19, 2016 in WebLogic
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As Oracle ACE Atul Kumar has opened his next  Oracle Fusion Middleware (FMW) Training course (next batch starts on 5th March 2016) I thought We should cover Fusion Middleware 12c new features in this post. Over next few months, We’ll be adding more and more FMW 12c features & Hands-On Exercises related to SOA/OHS 12c in this course.

Oracle release Fusion Middleware 12c (12.2.1) in November 2015 with many exciting new features and updates for products such as the WebLogic Server, SOA , Coherence, Oracle Traffic Director, OHS, Webcenter Suite, etc.

This post will list a summary of the new features with a reference to the complete documentation for WebLogic Server (in subsequent posts, We’ll  be adding new features introduced in other FMW components like SOA, OHS etc)

1. WebLogic Server: Since WebLogic serves as a platform for the entire Fusion Middleware stack, the new features in the application server product are the most important ones for the entire suite.

· Multitenancy Support— The WebLogic domain can now be split between partitions, which are logically associated to a tenant. Tenants can be different companies or departments, basically different users communities. The partitions are administrative parts of the domain as they can contain isolated resources (applications, data sources etc) as well as runtime components as partitions can be started and stopped, thus starting associated applications together with all their dependencies. Read the complete article here.

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