The User Guide provides detailed information about all aspects of using the operator.
Learn about the operator's design, architecture, and important terms.
The information in the following sections is organized in the order that you would most likely need to use it. If you want to set up an operator and use it to create and manage WebLogic domains, you should follow the User Guide sections from top to bottom, and the necessary information will be presented in the correct order.
Helm is used to create and deploy necessary operator resources and to run the operator in a Kubernetes cluster. Use the operator's Helm chart to install and manage the operator.
Important considerations for WebLogic domains in Kubernetes.
Use the operator to manage Oracle Fusion Middleware domains. Manage FMW Infrastructure domains FMW Infrastructure domains contain the Java Required Files (JRF) feature and are the prerequisite for upper stack products like Oracle SOA Suite. Manage SOA domains SOA domains include the deployment of various Oracle Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Suite components, such as SOA, Oracle Service Bus (OSB), and Oracle Enterprise Scheduler (ESS).
Learn about managing domain images with continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD).
Learn about experimental features included in the operator.