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I work in a financial company where my team provides Architecture, IT, Engineering & Strategic support to Business applications. I worked for BEA Systems (now Oracle) for more than five years as a Senior Software Engineer mainly in the Operations Administration and Management aspects of WebLogic Platform. I possess vast experience in software development excelling in Middleware & Database Components and Core Java/J2EE technologies. I also lead a few open source projects and a contributor on Dev2Dev. Did I mention that I am the original author of WebLogic Scripting Tool (WLST), the official command line tool for WebLogic Platform. I also hold a few software patents, prior to BEA Systems I worked in variety of software industries in various different roles as a Senior Java developer, Software Analyst and as an Oracle DBA. I have a Masters Degree in Engineering from The University Of Akron, Ohio.
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Sunday, July 26, 2009

Moving my blog to a new home

Please make a note of my new address (http://www.ghattus.com). I have moved all the posts and RSS feeds to this new site, if I missed anyone I apologize, but you can re-register at my new site. See you there ...

Thursday, June 04, 2009

WebLogic Clustering with Unicast

Until WebLogic 9.2 the only communication mode available between the Cluster members of your WebLogic domain is ‘Multicast’. Starting with WebLogic 10.0, Oracle in addition to MultiCast, supports communication between the Cluster members using Unicast. Quick definitions of Unicast and Multicast from Wikipedia.

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Monday, March 02, 2009

WebLogic StartupClass equivalent in WebSphere

I have been working on writing some tools that will simplify the configuration and management of WebSphere Server and Portal.

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Monday, February 02, 2009

A real simple way to log

Recently I had to add an audit feature in a command line tool that I developed. The requirement is very simple, we need to audit any command that was issued with the tool.

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