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Migrating from GlassFish to WebLogic: The Beauty of Java EE

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Migrating from GlassFish to WebLogic: The Beauty of Java EE

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WebLogic is Oracle's strategic application server for the Java EE Platform. And since Oracle decided to focus on it for commercial support, and to leave GlassFish free of any ties from commercial decisions, I decided to bring customers and users a series of blog posts about migrating Java EE apps from GlassFish to WebLogic.

GlassFish will continue to thrill as the Open Source Reference Implementation for the platform, its community, and source of innovation, like we are seeing through the Java EE 8 survey.

In this series, I will help GlassFish customers as well users to experiment, try, and evaluate Oracle WebLogic 12c (Java EE 6 certified) to deploy their mission critical applications. Continue reading through the first part, where I actually demonstrate "the Beauty of Java EE 6", by migrating a sample application without any code change.

And don't forget to follow @glassfish,@java_ee, and @oracleweblogic on Twitter!

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