Java Cloud Service now enables you to set custom JVM arguments including setting the heap size as part of the standard API.

Posted: December 9, 2016 in JDeveloper & ADF, WebLogic
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Creates an Oracle Java Cloud Service instance. Optionally, you can:

  • Enable a load balancer
  • Enable Oracle Coherence (that is, add a Coherence data tier)

The heap sizes for the Managed Server processes are determined automatically by the compute shape you specify for the WebLogic component type. See About Default Heap Size Settings for Oracle Java Cloud Service Instances in Using Oracle Java Cloud Service. When creating a service instance, you can define your own JVM memory configuration if you don’t want to use the computed values, and you can customize the Managed Server JVM arguments configuration.

Note: Oracle Java Cloud Service uses Oracle Database Cloud – Database as a Service to host the Oracle Fusion Middleware component schemas required by Oracle Java Required Files (JRF). Before you create an Oracle Java Cloud Service instance, you must have already created a database deployment on Oracle Database Cloud – Database as a Service. Read the complete article here.

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