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Enhancements in Tuxedo 12c Improve Conventional and Cloud Deployments of Enterprise Applications


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Improving on management and monitoring features and offering tighter integration with Oracle technologies, the newest release of Oracle Tuxedo 12c helps organizations increase application throughput, while reducing total TCO and time to market for new application development and deployment.

Oracle Tuxedo 12c, an application server for the deployment of C/C++/COBOL/Java enterprise workloads in private and public cloud environments, has added improvements for better reliability, availability, performance and scalability for conventional and enterprise cloud applications.

A key component of Oracle Fusion Middleware 12c and Oracle Cloud Application Foundation, Oracle says that Tuxedo 12c provides mainframe-class scalability and performance for mission-critical applications, and now offers new management and monitoring features for the development, deployment and management of C/C++/COBOL/Java applications in Oracle Tuxedo to help lower the total cost of ownership.

The latest Tuxedo release features enhancements to Oracle Tuxedo System and Application Monitor Plus 12c (Oracle TSAM Plus), to simplify application deployment in private cloud environments, and Oracle Services Architecture Leveraging Tuxedo 12c (Oracle SALT), to enable reduced time to market for new applications and business services. The release is optimized for interoperability with Oracle WebLogic Server 12c and Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC), resulting in reduced costs, improved throughput and higher availability for Oracle Tuxedo applications on Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud and Oracle Super Cluster.

Oracle has also introduced a new release of Oracle Tuxedo ART 12c, a mainframe rehosting platform. According to Oracle, this latest release helps organizations to speed up migration projects and accelerate adoption of the new environment by current IT staff, while delivering increased performance, enhanced supportability, and mainframe-equivalent operation interfaces.

More details are available about Oracle Tuxedo 12c.


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