Oracle Database Appliance is a pre-built and ready-to-use clustered database system, that Oracle has optimized to make Oracle Database Appliance easy to deploy, operate, and manage. By integrating hardware and software, Oracle Database Appliance eliminates the complexities of non-integrated, manually assembled solutions. Oracle Database Appliance reduces deployment time from weeks or months to just a few hours, while preventing configuration and setup errors that often result in sub-optimal, hard-to-manage database environments.
The process for installing WebLogic Server and configuring virtual machines, WebLogic domains and clusters on Oracle Database Appliance has also been simplified compared to installation and configuration on industry-standard hardware, dramatically reducing the time needed for provisioning a domain.
This document is intended for Oracle Database Appliance administrators who are responsible for the initial WebLogic Server configuration and for initiating the process to provision a WebLogic domain. This document is also intended for WebLogic Server administrators who are responsible for administering WebLogic domains after they have been provisioned.
This document assumes that you are familiar with Oracle Database Appliance and Oracle Virtual Machine technology.
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The following documents are published in the Oracle Database Appliance online documentation library at
Oracle Database Appliance Setup Poster
The following documents, and other WebLogic Server documents, are published in the WebLogic Server 10.3.6, WebLogic Server 12.1.1, and WebLogic Server 12.1.2 documentation libaries:
Administration Console Online Help
WebLogic Server Scripting Tool Command Reference
Oracle WebLogic Scripting Tool
Oracle WebLogic Server Release Notes
The WebLogic Server 10.3.6 online documentation library is at the following location:
The WebLogic Server 12.1.1 online documentation library is at the following location:
The WebLogic Server 12.1.2 online documentation library is at the following location:
Oracle Traffic Director documentation is published in the Oracle Traffic Director online documentation library at the following location:
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