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Partner Webcast - Oracle WebLogic Server High Availability Concepts - 21 Mar 2013

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Using Oracle WebLogic clustering, you are able to implement an environment of alternative instances available for users to be routed to via load balancing, hence reducing the impacts of any instance ...

Using Oracle WebLogic clustering, you are able to implement an environment of alternative instances available for users to be routed to via load balancing, hence reducing the impacts of any instance outages. A WebLogic Server cluster consists of multiple WebLogic Server instances running simultaneously and working together to provide the increased scalability and reliability you need. To implement a WebLogic cluster you must understand the elements that constitute a WebLogic clustering environment as well as the benefits of one type of clustering design over another.

During this webcast we discuss how to keep your applications consistently accessible and operational at all times even in case of failure(s). We see how to design and implement highly available, high performance systems that offer performance regardless of load and can scale to meet new requirements by using WebLogic Server's High Availability Infrastructure.

Find out more at https://blogs.oracle.com/imc/entry/partner_webcast_oracle_weblogic_server

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