WebLogic Suite Previous Solutions

Nick Savvides
Oracle Fusion Middleware specialist at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Previously, we used the IBM product called WebSphere. WebSphere and WebLogic are both very similar. They have the same purpose, the same end. I liked the way WebLogic is compartmentalized in the server where you can go and find the configurations, and see it on a file. It's fairly file-based, the data source is everything. WebSphere wasn't stored quite that way, so you couldn't work as nicely outside the system. There might have been a few other tweaks that WebSphere had which Oracle doesn't. But on the whole, I would say Oracle is far better, it more superior to the IBM product. View full review »
James Lui
Team Lead - Oracle Applications DBA at a energy/utilities company with 1,001-5,000 employees
We use a half-dozen different application server technologies - which one is used depends more on application compatibility than choosing one specific one-size-fits-all solution. These include Microsoft IIS, LAMP (Linux-Apache-MySQL-PHP), InfoSphere, and many smaller vendors. View full review »
President at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
The previous version was called Oracle Application Server. That was the one we used. That used to have a lot of issues. After Oracle started pitching on WebLogic, things were really great. View full review »
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