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Wednesday, 01 August 2012 10:32

Oracle Tuxedo 12c hits the shops

Written by Nick Farrell



All dressed up


Oracle has released a new version of its Tuxedo system.

According to a press release the Tuxedo 12c is the most comprehensive feature set for the development, deployment, and management of C/C++/COBOL Applications in the Data Centre and in the cloud. The system is optimised to run on Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud and tightly integrated with Oracle Fusion Middleware, Oracle Database 11g and Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c.

Oracle claims that Tuxedo 12c provides mainframe-class scalability and performance for mission critical enterprise. Under the bonnet is the new Oracle Tuxedo Message Queue 12c, which provides transaction management, enhanced performance and improved availability of enterprise messaging applications.

There are a range of new features, development tools and product enhancements to help cut the cost of ownership of existing Tuxedo applications and reduce time-to-market for new application development, Oracle claims. It also says that Tuxedo means that it  has the most comprehensive system for the development, rehosting and deployment of C/C++/COBOL applications in traditional data centres, engineered systems and enterprise clouds.

However we would have expected Oracle to say that, and even hint that the software can do your dishes and put out the cat.

Nick Farrell

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