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Shape the future direction of Oracle Enterprise Java
in an exclusive interactive forum!
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-Ryan Eberhard: Oracle Java EE Application Server (WebLogic) Architect
-Monica Riccelli: Oracle Java EE Application Server (WebLogic) Project Manager
-Ali Parvini: Director of Oracle UG / AP Java User Group
Shape the future direction of Oracle Enterprise Java in an exclusive interactive forum!
It was a highly interactive session to share ideas & help shape the future with Oracle Java EE Application Server (WebLogic) team.
In this session, the product management team shared latest details around Oracle Enterprise Java roadmap and the future direction of Oracle Java EE Application Server.
-WLS Cloud VM is now available in the market (beside the Java Cloud Service) and WLS Cloud OKE will be available soon.
-WLS 12.1.x will be out of Extended support in a month, so it is strongly recommend that WebLogic be upgraded to 12.2.1 line (the LTS version).
-New tools for cloud app management, monitoring, migration, logging is now available both on premises and in cloud (public or private) Kubernetes.
-Support for WebLogic running in Containers (CRI-O, Doker, Kata) and Kubernetes.
-WebLogic Server 14.1.1 is intended to support Java EE 8 (Jakarta EE 8)
Topics of the session's presentations:
-Oracle Enterprise Java Update and Roadmap
-Migrating Enterprise Java to the Cloud
-GraalVM + WebLogic , A Universal & Fast Runtime for the Cloud
-Enterprise Java Microservices Today and Tomorrow
-Managing Enterprise Java Cloud Applications