Transform your WebLogic Java Apps to Microservices (Webinar)

Bob Quillin

April 16, 2021


The joint vFunction and Oracle webinar is now available on-demand. It’s a must-see for anyone interested in learning how to quickly refactor Java monoliths into microservices. In the presentation you’ll find a live demo walk-through where Amir Rapson, vFunction CTO and co-founder, in real-time decomposes the Medrec application, a well-known Java EE WebLogic monolithic application, into a set of microservices, compiles and builds new separate projects for each, then deploys those new microservices on OKE (Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes) on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI).

The process is also summarized in the supporting Medrec Tutorial solution page which provides a step-by-step review of on how to transform the Medrec JEE application into microservices and deploy to a cloud native platform.

We also shared additional resources and helpful links at the close of the webinar and they include:

The following video highlights how vFunction helps accelerate the migration of Java applications to a cloud native architecture on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure:

Bob Quillin

Bob Quillin is the Chief Ecosystem Officer for vFunction, responsible for developer advocacy, marketing, and cloud ecosystem engagement. Bob was previously Vice President of Developer Relations for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). Bob joined Oracle as part of the StackEngine acquisition by Oracle in December 2015, where he was co-founder and CEO. StackEngine was an early cloud native pioneer with a platform for developers and devops teams to build, orchestrate, and scale enterprise-grade container apps. Bob is a serial entrepreneur and was previously CEO of Austin-based cloud monitoring SaaS startup CopperEgg (acquired by IDERA in 2013) and held executive and startup leadership roles at Hyper9, nLayers, EMC, and VMware.

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