Using Ansible to install WebLogic 12c R2 and Fussion Middleware

Chris Vezalis Ansible, DEVOPS, Fusion Middleware, Linux, Oracle ADF, Oracle Linux, Vagrant, WebLogic 0 Comments

Before a couple of days Oracle release WebLogic 12c R2 (12.2.1). There are a lot of cool features like Java EE 7 support and Multitenancy Support for WebLogic domains. Installation of WebLogic server along with ADF runtime (Fusion Middleware Infrastructure) are not hard but requires a lot of parameters to be configured and a significant time when you need to …

Using Ansible to configure an Oracle Linux 7.1 server with Oracle 12c R1 Enterprise Edition Database

Chris Vezalis Ansible, DEVOPS, Linux, Oracle Database, Oracle Linux, Vagrant 16 Comments

Ansible is the leading tool for configuring software and various parameters on servers. It does not require agents and other software installed on nodes like other popular tools (puppet or chef). Also, it is modular and already has hundreds of modules that help us configure our servers in several ways. In this article I will demonstrate how we can install …

Ansible playbook to provision a WebLogic Fusion Middleware Domain on RHEL 7

Chris Vezalis Ansible, DEVOPS, Fusion Middleware, WebLogic 3 Comments

An Ansible Playbook for installing and configuring a WebLogic 12c server with Oracle Fusion Middleware 12.1.3 software in Redhat Linux 7 (RHEL/CentOS/Oracle Linux) system. This playbook is for version 12.1.3 of WebLogic and Fusion Middleware Infrastructure software. You can download the code here: https://github.com/cvezalis/weblogic-ansible Prerequisites for running the playbook – Configure your environment variables in infra-vars.yml. This file contains variables …

Maven replace tokens inside files before application build using profiles

Chris Vezalis DEVOPS, Maven, Oracle ADF 0 Comments

When building projects on multiple environments (for example a developer test server, a system test server, a user acceptance test server, a training server and finally a production server), application need to be passed environment variables. One way to solve this is to use tokens on files that Maven will replace will real values found on separate property files for …