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Oracle Announces Availability of Oracle WebLogic Server 12c.

India, Jan. 11 -- Oracle, recently announced Oracle WebLogic Server, 12c, the latest release of the application server for conventional systems, engineered systems and cloud environments.

As the center piece of Oracle's Cloud Application Foundation, and a core part of the Oracle Fusion Middleware product family, Oracle WebLogic Server continues to deliver innovative new capabilities for building, deploying and running Java Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java EE) applications.

Oracle WebLogic Server 12c provides significant enhancements to help customers and partners lower their total cost of ownership and derive more value from their current application infrastructure, while accelerating the development cycle and reducing time-to-market for their applications.

Oracle WebLogic Server 12c is now certified for the full Java EE 6 platform specification, which enables higher developer productivity with standards-based, modern APIs, including Servlet 3.0, JAX-RS 1.1, Java Server Faces 2.1, EJB 3.1, Context and Dependency Injection for Java, and many others.

Oracle WebLogic Server developers can now leverage Java Platform Standard Edition (Java SE) 7 features to create cleaner, more maintainable code. It provides out of the box support for dependency management and a uniform build process via an updated Oracle WebLogic Server plug-in for Apache Maven.

The new Fusion Middleware component Oracle Traffic Director (OTD) directly integrates with Oracle WebLogic Server 12c to add high-performance and high availability traffic routing capabilities, along with dynamically configurable caching, load-balancing and proxy support for HTTP-based applications.

Leveraging graphical tooling and open, PaaS Web Service APIs, Oracle Virtual Assembly Builder enables simplified configuration and packaging of multi-tier enterprise applications on environments virtualized with Oracle VM.

Customers can leverage Oracle WebLogic Server 12c to meet their most demanding business needs with a reliable, available, secure platform.

Improved integration between Oracle WebLogic Server and Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC), which can auto detect and correct database node failures to help drive higher performance and simplify management.

New disaster recovery capabilities allow customers to store data in either a file store or a database, including the option to store transaction logs in a database. It enables the use of database-integrated consistent replication technologies with Oracle GoldenGate and Oracle Active Data Guard for all dynamic application data including online, Java Message Service (JMS) and transaction logs.

Improve application security with the Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.2, the successor to SSL.

Oracle WebLogic Server is also a key component of the new Oracle Java Cloud Service, an enterprise platform for developing, deploying and managing business-critical Java EE applications, which supports development and deployment from multiple Java-based integrated development environments (IDEs), including Oracle JDeveloper, NetBeans IDE and Eclipse.

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Publication:The CTO Forum
Date:Jan 11, 2012
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