Welcome to Tuxedo Tidbits

Welcome to the blog about Oracle Tuxedo. I will be trying to make regular entries on Tuxedo and transaction processing in general, including such topics as new releases, samples or code snippets, hints and kinks, high availability computing, extreme transaction processing, and the like.

A little about myself. I was with BEA for 11 years prior to the acquisition by Oracle and worked directly or indirectly on Tuxedo R&D for all 11 years. Prior to that I spent over 16 years at Digital Equipment Corporation in their professional services and software services engineering organizations. I have been developing software for over 30 years. My current role is that of Chief Architect for Tuxedo defining the technology direction for the Tuxedo product family.

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Hello Todd, Do you know of any training offered for SALT 2 (or latest version)? Really appreciate if you could help me find one. I am a Tuxedo developer for 9 years now and interested to integrate SALT as our Web-Service gateway. Thank you, Jun

Posted by Jun Bantug on February 14, 2009 at 10:35 PM CST #

I believe Oracle University is investigating creating a course for SALT, although I don't know the details. Existing customers have found SALT very easy to use on its own unless they have unusual requirements that require writing data transformation plug-ins. Most customers find that once they have described their Tuxedo services in the metadata repository, getting inbound Web Services working is quite simple. Regards, Todd

Posted by Todd Little on February 15, 2009 at 01:33 AM CST #

An update: Oracle University is now offering a course on developing SOA applications using SALT. For more information, see the course description.

Posted by Todd Little on October 14, 2009 at 03:13 AM CDT #

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