FlexDeploy 3.1 adds support for the new multi-tenancy features of Weblogic Server 12.2.1. Multi-tenancy is basically virtualizing software, so that it can be deployed with configuration sets for each tenant. In WLS, there are two basic use cases for multi-tenancy. The two are Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS). There is

Oracle’s Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) public cloud provides raw compute and storage capabilities that can be used for almost any workload.  This blog series will outline the process used to migrate existing workload from our on-premises data center to instances running on Oracle IaaS public cloud compute and storage services.  The first part of

While developing processes within SOA Suite (or other systems) it is often a requirement that the process sends an email on failure, or otherwise alerts a user (or group) that the process was not successful. This has the unfortunate side effect of easily overwhelming inboxes and frustrating users. Figure 1: Is this your inbox after

January 7, 2016 – On the heels of the extremely well received FlexDeploy 3.0 release at Oracle OpenWorld in October 2015, Flexagon today announced FlexDeploy 3.1 is now available. With 3.0 users saw enhancements for Oracle Cloud, test automation, E-Business Suite, and Fusion Middleware. FlexDeploy 3.1 provides additional support for Fusion Middleware and Cloud PaaS,

In two previous posts I gave overviews of how FlexDeploy’s EBS plugin can automate EBS deployments, and how FlexDeploy supports your development team in deploying changes to EBS Release 12.2 and above. (Quick review: FlexDeploy is DevOps and Continuous Delivery for Oracle Fusion Middleware, Cloud, and Applications. FlexDeploy streamlines the processes for building, deploying, and