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Oracle Fusion Middleware vs. Oracle WebLogic Server
May 2022
Find out what your peers are saying about Oracle Fusion Middleware vs. Oracle WebLogic Server and other solutions. Updated: May 2022.
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Pros
"It is really good in terms of features, and it is stable.""Fusion Middleware's main feature for me is that it is quite flexible, and, as middleware, it provides us with all sorts of technology and application adapters, which makes it very handy to use.""The scalability is good.""Oracle Fusion is stable."

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"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.""Oracle WebLogic Server is secure.""It has good integration with security features, including OWASP.""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.""WebLogic is reliable, and it's easy to use for development.""We have some hosted servers as well as some of our own. It performs well.""It's a scalable product.""The product is flexible and allows us to leverage deployments."

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Cons
"The price could always be better.""Its price can be improved. We are currently looking for more cost-efficiency. It should also have a little bit more flexibility for customizations. The customizations should be quicker.""Oracle Fusion Middleware is based on the regulations in Saudi Arabia and the legislation changes. There is a need to be improvements all the time. It needs to adapt quickly in this market. Additionally, there could be some improvements in the construction sector.""An improvement for Oracle's Fusion Middleware could definitely be found in the SOA component. It's a heavyweight container and, if you ask me, if a product is available as a docker image where we can easily port it in to another Kubernetes platform, that would be perfect. But as for the current situation in the market, nobody is really willing to deploy this on premises."

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"The administration is hard, and it is more complex to use than others.""Licensing fees need improvement.""Its pricing should be better. We are analyzing other options, such as JBoss, because of the cost of WebLogic.""In the future, I would like to see better support for the REST interface.""The quarterly updates can sometimes lead to instability depending on the configuration of systems.""The cost could always be lower.""There are always ways to improve. But it's getting better every time, with every new release, and every new patch, it's getting better.""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."

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Pricing and Cost Advice
  • "It is expensive. We are looking for a cheaper solution."
  • "We pay annually for the solution."
  • "The licensing costs are reasonable."
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  • "The licensing fees are annual and depend on the model."
  • "In our country, this is an expensive product."
  • "It is expensive."
  • "Fees are paid on a yearly basis."
  • "I would not compare WebSphere and WebLogic because both servers are really good. The only difference is that Weblogic is lighter and consumes less memory."
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    Top Answer:Fusion Middleware's main feature for me is that it is quite flexible, and, as middleware, it provides us with all sorts of technology and application adapters, which makes it very handy to use.
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    Top Answer:It's used to deploy applications. There are applications we are deploying on the project server.
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    Overview

    Oracle Fusion Middleware is the digital business platform for the enterprise and the cloud. It enables enterprises to create and run agile, intelligent business applications while maximizing IT efficiency through full utilization of modern hardware and software architectures.

    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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    Sample Customers
    Police Department of Izmir City
    Colab Consulting Pty. Ltd., Infosys Ltd., Sascar, Banca Transilvania, UL, Center for Railway Information Systems, SPAR Austria Group, Reliance Commercial Finance, Industrial Bank of Korea, Al Jaber Group, Safe Water Kenya, Chhattisgarh Infotech and Biotech Promotion Society
    Top Industries
    VISITORS READING REVIEWS
    Computer Software Company34%
    Comms Service Provider14%
    Financial Services Firm9%
    Government8%
    REVIEWERS
    Financial Services Firm45%
    Energy/Utilities Company18%
    Government18%
    Media Company9%
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    Computer Software Company33%
    Comms Service Provider18%
    Financial Services Firm11%
    Government8%
    Company Size
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    Small Business11%
    Midsize Enterprise16%
    Large Enterprise73%
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    Small Business33%
    Midsize Enterprise24%
    Large Enterprise43%
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    Small Business13%
    Midsize Enterprise14%
    Large Enterprise74%
    Buyer's Guide
    Oracle Fusion Middleware vs. Oracle WebLogic Server
    May 2022
    Find out what your peers are saying about Oracle Fusion Middleware vs. Oracle WebLogic Server and other solutions. Updated: May 2022.
    609,272 professionals have used our research since 2012.

    Oracle Fusion Middleware is ranked 6th in Application Server with 4 reviews while Oracle WebLogic Server is ranked 1st in Application Server with 12 reviews. Oracle Fusion Middleware is rated 8.0, while Oracle WebLogic Server is rated 7.6. The top reviewer of Oracle Fusion Middleware writes "Highly flexible and solves all our problems in one product". 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". Oracle Fusion Middleware is most compared with IBM WebSphere Application Server, JBoss, IIS and Tomcat, whereas Oracle WebLogic Server is most compared with Tomcat, JBoss, IBM WebSphere Application Server, IIS and Oracle Application Server. See our Oracle Fusion Middleware vs. Oracle WebLogic Server report.

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