Oracle Tuxedo at OOW 2011

Oracle Open World 2011 is just around the corner. There will be quite a bit of Oracle Tuxedo specific activities this year. We will host five breakouts, two hands-on-labs and one birds-of-feather session. You will hear what’s new with Tuxedo and see many of the new features in action at the demo grounds. We will kick off the activities with Tuxedo roadmap discussion and delve into new features introduced over the last year, such as deploying existing Tuxedo applications and/or mainframe applications on Exalogic for better performance, reduced complexity and reduced operating expenses. Here is chronological listing of all Tuxedo related sessions:

1. 15730: Oracle Tuxedo: Roadmap and Strategy - Monday, 2pm

2. 15705: High performance web applications with C/C++/PHP/Python - Monday, 5pm

3. 33700: Birds-of-Feather: Road to Oracle Exalogic for Oracle Tuxedo Applications – Monday, 6:30pm

4. 15040: The ART and Practice of Mainframe Migration and Modernization – Tuesday, 4pm

5. 31020: Hands-on-Lab: Mainframe to Oracle Exalogic – Wednesday, 4:45pm

6. 15703: Integrating Oracle WebLogic/SOA with Legacy Mainframe Applications - Thursday, 10:30am

7. 31120: Hands-on-Lab: Develop High performance, service-oriented C/C++ applications for Oracle Exalogic – Thursday, 12pm

8. 15731: Modernizing Mainframe Applications Using Oracle Tuxedo ART 11g – Thursday, 1:30pm


Hope to see you in these sessions and at demo grounds!

Deepak Goel

Sr. Director, Tuxedo Development

Comments:

Hello, I am very interested in reading the presentation for session 15705. However, when I download it both my PDF readers say the file is corrupt. Could you look into this, please? I think Tuxedo for PHP might be a game changer in my company.

I am especially interested in being able to use Tuxedo connection pooling in PHP applications; is that possible?

Posted by guest on November 15, 2011 at 12:56 AM CST #

Hello,

I would very much like to consult the PDF of presentation 15705, however after download both Apache Reader and the Mac OS X Preview program cannot open the file. Could you please make sure the PDF is not corrupted in some way?

Posted by guest on December 15, 2011 at 02:53 AM CST #

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