Clustered Weblogic configuration

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Clustered Weblogic configuration


When using Bizagi Engine in a JEE platform, your processes can be configured to run in different JEE Application servers, such as WebSphere, WebLogic, or JBoss.

The steps to configure each Application server to work with Bizagi will slightly vary according to the very same differences within each Application server.


This section focuses on Weblogic configuration's to work with Bizagi in a cluster setup, that is, relying on high availability to make use of more than 1 node for load balancing purposes.






If you wish to configure Weblogic as a standalone server (only using 1 instance without load balancing capabilties), refer to Standard Weblogic configuration.



What you need to do

To configure Bizagi's solution in a cluster, you will need to:


1. Meet the requisites to use Weblogic in a cluster.

Guidelines and preconfiguration steps are described at Preconfiguring Weblogic for cluster support, and these include: Creation of a domain, and registration of the cluster and its nodes.


2. Configure Weblogic to work with Bizagi.

The corresponding steps are described at Configuring Weblogic in a cluster to work with Bizagi.


3. Configure the Scheduler service for a cluster setup.

The corresponding steps are described at Configuring the Scheduler in Weblogic.


4. Configure any additional components which are part of the system architecture, such as the load balancer.

For this, follow what described at Setting up the system architecture, in which further infrastructure possibilities are presented.