"The high availability is great."
"The product integrates well with Java applications."
"There's good documentation and a pretty good community surrounding the product."
"It is a Java-based product, so it is pretty straightforward. It is pretty easy from a developer's perspective. It is also pretty reliable and scalable."
"The most valuable feature is the UI."
"The solution is easy to use."
"It is quite robust in comparison to other application servers."
"WebLogic is reliable, and it's easy to use for development."
"Oracle WebLogic Server is secure."
"We have some hosted servers as well as some of our own. It performs well."
"It's a very stable solution."
"It has good integration with security features, including OWASP."
"It's a scalable product."
"The product is flexible and allows us to leverage deployments."
"Having the support combined with Red Hat support would be an improvement."
"In general, the support of the ERPC would be really good due to the fact that, so far, I have not seen it."
"It can have automation features. Everybody is focused right now on automation. In terms of saving cost, automation is always the first thing that comes to light."
"The initial setup is a bit complex."
"Sometimes the console has a glitch."
"The solution could improve by providing more integration."
"The integration could be improved."
"The quarterly updates can sometimes lead to instability depending on the configuration of systems."
"Its pricing should be better. We are analyzing other options, such as JBoss, because of the cost of WebLogic."
"I can't point to anything missing."
"Licensing fees need improvement."
"The administration is hard, and it is more complex to use than others."
"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."
"If you want to use Oracle products to the fullest with enhanced customizations, you need to get trained. There is enough documentation and the flexibility to configure the application to your needs but you will need to spend more time gathering the knowledge."
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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JBoss is ranked 5th in Application Server with 6 reviews while Oracle WebLogic Server is ranked 1st in Application Server with 12 reviews. JBoss is rated 8.0, while Oracle WebLogic Server is rated 7.6. The top reviewer of JBoss writes "Good documentation, very stable, and scalable". 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". JBoss is most compared with Tomcat, IBM WebSphere Application Server, Oracle GlassFish, IIS and Oracle Fusion Middleware, whereas Oracle WebLogic Server is most compared with Tomcat, Oracle Fusion Middleware, IBM WebSphere Application Server, IIS and Oracle Application Server. See our JBoss vs. Oracle WebLogic Server report.
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