The WebLogic Remote Console is a lightweight, open source console that you can use to manage domain configurations of WebLogic Server Administration Servers or WebLogic Deploy Tooling (WDT) metadata models.
The advantage of the WebLogic Remote Console is that it does not need to be colocated with the WebLogic Server domain. You can install and run the WebLogic Remote Console from one computer and connect to a domain running anywhere: a physical or virtual machine, in a container, Kubernetes, or in the Oracle Cloud. The WebLogic Remote Console connects to your domain using WebLogic REST APIs.
As for the WDT metadata models, they are descriptions of a WebLogic Server domain configuration, generally written in YAML but occasionally JSON. These models are not connected to a live domain and you edit them ‘offline’ before using the WebLogic Deploy Tooling (WDT) to build or modify live domains from the models. See the WebLogic Deploy Tooling documentation for more information.
Simply launch the desktop application and connect to an Administration Server or WDT model. Or, you can start the console in a browser and then connect to the Administration Server.
The WebLogic Remote Console is fully supported with WebLogic Server 188.8.131.52, 184.108.40.206, and 220.127.116.11.
The WebLogic Remote Console provides an alternative WebLogic Server administration GUI that enables REST-based access to WebLogic management information, in alignment with current cloud-native trends. When connected to a WebLogic domain or model using the WebLogic Remote Console, you can:
However, although the WebLogic Remote Console and the WebLogic Administration Console are similar, there are differences between them. See Differences for details on how they differ.
Whether you choose the desktop application or the browser-based tool, it’s simple to install the WebLogic Remote Console and get up and running within moments. See Install WebLogic Remote Console for instructions.
The current release of the WebLogic Remote Console is 2.2.0. This release was published in February 2022.
Security warnings: get alerts when your domain doesn’t meet security recommendations
Improved Monitoring Tree perspective: review runtime statistics aggregated across servers
Documentation for prior releases of the WebLogic Remote Console:
We have a public Slack channel where you can get in touch with us to ask questions about using the Remote Console or give us feedback or suggestions about what features and improvements you would like to see. We would love to hear from you. To join our channel, please visit this site to get an invitation. The invitation email will include details of how to access our Slack workspace. After you are logged in, please come to
#remote-console and say, “hello!”