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April 1, 2010

Tuxedo 11g Announced – Has New Old Stuff

Filed under: On-line Transaction Processing — Martin Sullivan @ 9:00 am

Things seemed to rather stagnant in the world of Tuxedo, Oracle had bought it, more or less by accident in purchasing Weblogic. They didn’t seem to know what it was or what to do with it. Today, and I don’t think it’s an ‘April Fool’, they’ve announced a new Tuxedo, branded in the Oracle way ’11g’. This does have new stuff, but some of it is actually old stuff that was in, then out, of previous releases. (more…)

MessageQ Back From The Dead

Filed under: On-line Transaction Processing — Martin Sullivan @ 9:00 am

While ratching around for further Tuxedo information, as seen above, it was noted that renewed prominence has been given to MessageQ. This Reliable Queue product was purchased by BEA from Digital (DEC), as was, a zillion Internet years ago (OK, 1997). It then got quietly forgotten about in the rush to Java at the turn of the millennium. But it now seems to have acquired a renewed prominence. Given what’s happened to Tuxedo recently, would an MQ Series API be far behind?

This was originally posted in the OLTP News section of the main ZOIS web-site.

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