Enhanced versions of WebLogic provide Audio/Streaming/Messaging capabilities.
September 19, 2019

Enhanced versions of WebLogic provide Audio/Streaming/Messaging capabilities.

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Score 10 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Oracle WebLogic Application Server

We use a variant of WebLogic called Oracle Communications Converged Application Server (OCCAS) to develop real-time, audio/video messaging applications. This allows us to modify the behavior of network equipment easily. Instead of waiting years for network equipment providers to create new applications, we can do it in a matter of days.
  • Support for WebRTC.
  • Support for SIP.
  • Distributed memory cache for large-scale, clustered applications.
  • More frequent releases to match the latest versions of Java - it's about three years out of date. You'd like to use the latest language features but you don't know if it's going to work or not! It's on Java 8, and Java is on version 12.
  • Quick development time. Easily shaves a year off of development time, probably more. If you had to write it in, say, C++, it would take a year longer.
  • Communications grade quality.
Best support of JEE specifications.
With its use of Coherence as a distributed memory cache, you can easily write clustered applications in the same manner as if it were a single-node system. Enhanced versions of the product are available to support additional networking protocols beyond simple HTTP.

Oracle WebLogic Server Feature Ratings

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