"The interface, simplicity, and ease of management are all good features that make this user-friendly."
"IIS has a very simple and user-friendly interface, which helps a lot in effective and efficient management."
"We've got the support we require. If ever there is an issue, can just call on Oracle and they will assist us."
"The product is flexible and allows us to leverage deployments."
"In WebLogic, the most useful feature is the UI administration console from where we can configure everything, such as security access, and we can start and stop it graphically. That's the best feature of WebLogic Server."
"The technical support is responsive. They are always ready to help by various communication channels, such as Zoom calls. However, sometimes it will take a while because when we are dealing with a problem, they need to look at the logs and configuration. A lot of the issues are related to the configuration that they need to look at thoroughly before they can give us a solution and it can take a few days depending on the type of problem."
"The only difference is that Weblogic is lighter and consumes less memory."
"It has good integration with security features, including OWASP."
"It's a very stable solution."
"It is quite robust in comparison to other application servers."
"Scalability issues and security concerns need attention from Microsoft."
"Having no support for other than a Microsoft environment and programming languages limits the usage of IIS in many cases."
"The cost could always be lower."
"The administration is hard, and it is more complex to use than others."
"Its pricing should be better. We are analyzing other options, such as JBoss, because of the cost of WebLogic."
"In terms of what could be improved, maybe something related to the processes automation or starting and stopping the processes, because often WebLogic comes with something called Node Manager. Node Manager needs to be configured and administrated manually."
"The quarterly updates can sometimes lead to instability depending on the configuration of systems."
"In the future, I would like to see better support for the REST interface."
"The integration could be improved."
"Licensing fees need improvement."
Oracle WebLogic Server 12c, the world’s first cloud-native, enterprise Java platform enables you to fully realize the benefits of cloud computing. Unique multitenancy capability drives massive consolidation. Lightweight microcontainer architecture drives application isolation and 100 percent portability between your private and public cloud. Multi data center high availability architecture protects against application disruption. Developer innovations with full Java EE 7 and Java SE8 support maximize DevOps productivity. Additionally, you continue to have access to the same platform on premises and in the cloud, via Oracle Java Cloud Service, which is based on Oracle WebLogic Server.
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IIS is ranked 3rd in Application Server with 2 reviews while Oracle WebLogic Server is ranked 2nd in Application Server with 10 reviews. IIS is rated 9.0, while Oracle WebLogic Server is rated 7.8. The top reviewer of IIS writes "The interface, simplicity, and ease of management lend flexibility to this configurable solution". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Oracle WebLogic Server writes "Flexibility and versatility make this product valuable while quarterly updates may impact stability". IIS is most compared with NGINX Plus, Tomcat, Apache Web Server, IBM WebSphere Application Server and JBoss, whereas Oracle WebLogic Server is most compared with Oracle Fusion Middleware, Tomcat, Oracle Application Server, JBoss and Oracle GlassFish. See our IIS vs. Oracle WebLogic Server report.
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