WebLogic Suite Valuable Features

Nick Savvides
Oracle Fusion Middleware specialist at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
The feature that I have found to be the most valuable is the ease of deployment. In the beginning, you do tend to struggle a bit, but once it's deployed, then everything falls into place and maintaining it is quite simple. View full review »
Amir-Khanof
Technical Manager at Royal Visio
WebLogic has a very robust server so the product is robust. If there are issues it's usually because there's been a misconfiguration or maybe the application deployed under the WebLogic server has errors. Another positive is that you don't need to go editing external files - the console and the enterprise management tools that Oracle provide for monitoring are really easy to work. The parameters and everything can be found on the console. Another point is that it has a different way for configuring and working with the application server. You have the EM, the console, and the WLST which you can use the scripting for. You can even extract the WebLogic server from another dual application which can be used in a programming application so you have a console over their application service. One other feature that is useful is that you can extract WebLogic from different scenarios and from different environments. Because it's based on Java you can run with WebLogic on a PC which has Windows on a server which has AIX or Linux or any other environments. It can handle all of the environments. There are so many good things about this application, I could go on for an hour. View full review »
reviewer1303932
Technical Specialist at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees
I think the way the managed servers and the load balancing as well as the threading have been distributed is very good. The transaction handling of WebLogic and the way it is designed is excellent. View full review »
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reviewer1043784
Data Networking at a manufacturing company with 1,001-5,000 employees
The most valuable feature is that it provides one place where you can control all of the services. You can switch on and off individual services, which comes in very handy. View full review »
Venkatraman Bhat
Delivery Head - Database and Infrastructure Services at Tech Mahindra Limited
The most valuable feature are robustness, high availability, and multi-domain concepts. View full review »
Ifeoluwa Oshinowo
Database Administrator/Business Analyst at Soft Alliance
I like that the solution is a bit more robust than the API. Also, the setup is straightforward so I rarely have issues in that area or with administering. I think the monitoring tools and the documentation are not bad. View full review »
Hamid Mukhtar
Assistant Professor at a university with 5,001-10,000 employees
The most valuable feature is the update deployment feature. Update deployment is when you already have an application deployed and you want to handle a new deployment. The feature ensures you don't need to add or remove anything. Rather, you just need to update and the feature will handle everything else, like adding the new features that have been released on the new deployment. It's very simple. View full review »
reviewer1272324
Operations Manager EMEA at a tech vendor with 201-500 employees
It runs smoothly and everything works fine. It integrates well with other solutions. View full review »
reviewer1224303
IT Manager at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
The solution's ease of use is its most valuable feature. View full review »
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