BEA WebLogic, or Oracle WebLogic Server, is one of the most popular application server developed by BEA Systems and now owned by Oracle Corporation. Primarily used to deploy Web and SOA applications, WebLogic Server is a J2EE application server and the core product of BEA. It is industry’s most comprehensive Java platform for developing, deploying, and integrating enterprise and Private PaaS applications.
- Gradually improves developer productivity.
- Enhances administrator and operational productivity.
- Offers integration foundation services.
- CORBA connectivity.
- COM+ Connectivity.
- IBM WebSphere MQ connectivity.
- Java EE Connector Architecture.
- Native enterprise-grade JMS messaging.
- WebLogic/Tuxedo Connector.
BEA WebLogic Server can increase productivity and lower the cost structure for enterprise IT organizations by offering a uniform, simple, and extensible architecture. It includes a Java EE platform product-family that consists of a Java EE application server (WebLogic Application Server), an enterprise portal (WebLogic Portal), an Enterprise Application Integration platform, a transaction server and infrastructure (WebLogic Tuxedo), a telecommunication platform (WebLogic Communication Platform), and an HTTP web server.
BEA WebLogic Server has an application infrastructure technology that is originated from some of the proven BEA products that has been used several times by thousands of customers worldwide, among which includes BEA WebLogic Server, BEA WebLogic Portal, and BEA WebLogic Integration. These technologies when combined with BEA WebLogic Workshop offers a single, uniform, easy-to-use infrastructure Server for application development, deployment, and management.
BEA WebLogic Server can form a part of Oracle Fusion Middleware portfolio in order to support Oracle, DB2, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL Enterprise and other JDBC-compliant databases. BEA WebLogic Platform even comprises of JRockit (a custom JVM), Portal which includes Commerce Server and Personalization Server, WebLogic Integration, WebLogic Workshop (an Eclipse IDE for Java, SOA and Rich Internet Applications). You can even integrate .NET with WebLogic Server and can work on it easily.