For the current production release 4.0.5:
Kubernetes 1.21.10+, 1.22.7+, 1.23.4+, 1.24.0+, and 1.25.0+ (check with
Flannel networking v0.13.0-amd64 or later (check with
docker images | grep flannel), Calico networking v3.16.1 or later,
or OpenShift SDN on OpenShift 4.3 systems.
Docker 19.03.1+ (check with
docker version) or CRI-O 1.20.2+ (check with
crictl version | grep RuntimeVersion).
Helm 3.3.4+ (check with
helm version --client --short).
For domain home source type
Model in Image, WebLogic Deploy Tooling 1.9.11+.
Either Oracle WebLogic Server 184.108.40.206.0 with patch 29135930, Oracle WebLogic Server 220.127.116.11.0, or Oracle WebLogic Server 18.104.22.168.0.
The existing WebLogic Server General Availability image,
has this patch applied.
Throughout the documentation, the sample images are General Availability (GA) images. GA images are suitable for demonstration and development purposes only where the environments are not available from the public Internet; they are not acceptable for production use. In production, you should always use CPU (patched) images from OCR or create your images using the WebLogic Image Tool (WIT) with the
--recommendedPatches option. For more guidance, see Apply the Latest Patches and Updates in Securing a Production Environment for Oracle WebLogic Server. For details on how to obtain or create images, see WebLogic images.
imagetool inspect --image=container-registry.oracle.com/middleware/weblogic:22.214.171.124 --patches. For more information, see Inspect images.
Container images based on Oracle Linux 8 are now supported. The Oracle Container Registry hosts container images based on both Oracle Linux 7 and 8, including Oracle WebLogic Server 126.96.36.199.0 images based on Java 8 and 11.
You must have the
cluster-admin role to install the operator. The operator does
not need the
cluster-admin role at runtime. For more information,
see the role-based access control, operator
We do not currently support running WebLogic in non-Linux containers.
See also Supported environments for environment and licensing requirements.