OVERVIEW

A WebLogic domain is a fundamental administrative unit for WebLogic Server. It comprises one or more WebLogic Server instances with their resources, which are collectively managed and configured using a single Administration Server.

Simple Logic has just released a whitepaper, Extending WebLogic Domains, that provides detailed instructions on planning, preparing, executing, and verifying a WebLogic extension. This blog post explains the architecture of WebLogic domains, including benefits and drawbacks.

WebLogic Server instances are referred to as Managed Servers, in which Java Enterprise Solutions are deployed. These Managed Servers could be grouped into clusters for load balancing and failover, especially for critical applications. Multiple WebLogic domains could also be set up according to application boundaries, system administrator responsibilities and server’s geographical location. Another alternative is to set up a single domain to manage all WebLogic Server administration activities.


The WebLogic domain infrastructure consists of three parts, as illustrated below:

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