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Clustering weblogic domains?

JagadesH Lakshmanan

Joined: Sep 27, 2010
Posts: 4
Hai guys,

I have installed WebLogic server 10.3.4
And i want to do vertical & horizontal clustering with different domains. And also i want to access my application through the webserver only.

Please i'm new to this weblogic server and help me to solve it.

JagadesH L.
anandraj tadkal
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Joined: Feb 22, 2011
Posts: 98

Hi Jagadesh,

WebLogic server provides the Clustering feature for load balancing and failover.
You cannot directly access the cluster, it can be done by using a WebServer or load balancer.

For further details on WebLogic clusters refer the below link.

For configuring WebServers in front of a weblogic cluster, refer the below links for step to step details.

For Apache WebServer with WebLogic cluster:

For IIS WebServer with WebLogic cluster:

For SunOne WebServer with Weblogic cluster:

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