Zero to WebLogic in 5 Minutes! By Craig Barr

Posted: August 13, 2017 in WebLogic, Cloud
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Did you know that you can integrate the Oracle Container Registry and Container Cloud to rapidly deliver a WebLogic environment?

In this post, I will show you how it is done in 3 easy steps.
1. Integrate the Registry with Oracle Container Cloud
2. Spin up a WebLogic Stack on the Cloud
3. Access your Cloud-based instance

Firstly make sure you have an Oracle account and are signed into container-registry.oracle.com. You will need to accept the terms and restrictions as I mention in my previous article.

Once you have accepted the terms, you will have 8 hours to download the images you need from within your Oracle Container Cloud Service instance.

Step 1: Integrate the Registry and Container Cloud

From the Oracle Container Cloud Service:
1. Go to Registries then New Registry.
2. Enter your account details for Oracle Container Registry.
3. To test your credentials, you can click Validate.
4. When you are ready, click Save.
Once we have added the Registry to the Oracle Container Cloud, we can now easily spin up Oracle WebLogic instances.

Step 2: Spin up a WebLogic Stack on Cloud

Before we can spin up our stack, we need to tell Oracle Container Cloud which Docker image we want to create our containers from so that it starts the correct version of WebLogic. Read the complete article here.

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