Weblogic Administrators are responsible for the installation, configuration, maintenance, management, and monitoring of Weblogic servers. They are also responsible for improving the performance and upgrading the systems. They will often conduct efforts to identify and record the technical standards for web platforms, set up, configure, and manage web platforms, ensure system reliability, support new web application development, and handle troubleshooting issues. They will perform on-call support, assist in non-production development processes, organize change control processes, organize web platform changes, and define, review, and perform documentation requirements. Weblogic administrators must have experience with J2EE application development, Java, Weblogic System Administration, ITIL processes, JVM, WLST Performance Management and Unix/Linux systems. They must also have excellent communication skills, be able to work within a team, and have experience in scripting.
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