We're planning on going live with the Tuxedo 12c upgrade on top of an older version of Tuxedo but I've would like to know, before that takes place, if there are any limitations in the Virtualization supported by it. In comparison to the Tuxedo 11g, are there any differences? These differences are only related to the platform+OS used?
Checking on the link below, I've noticed that some items (like HP-UX) supports only Oracle FMW 10g
So, basically what I would like to know is what are the differences between both versions (12c and 11g) and if there is any planned patch to make these virtualizations supported on the future.
Thanks in advance,
Tuxedo does not have any virtualization feature. That is a separate product.
Tuxedo binaries are built and released for specific platforms. If the virtualization product supports a platform Tuxedo 12c is released for
then Tuxedo 12c binaries will run on it.Patches created for Tuxedo do not take virtualization into consideration.
Tuxedo 12c has many new features added that Tuxedo 11g does not support.
Any applications you have built using an older version of Tuxedo will need to be rebuilt with the newer released binaries/libraries before they will run.
(i.e. any applications you have built using Tuxedo 11g will need to be rebuilt with Tuxedo 12c binaries/libraries before they will run with Tuxedo 12c)
Following is the Tuxedo certification matrix(releases vs platforms):
Bob, thanks for the reply!
That`s exactly what I needed to know. I was afraid that we would have some limitations regarding version but, as you`ve stated, this is not related to the Tuxedo itself but to the OS+Platform used in the virtualization.
Thanks very much for your answer, that spreadsheet will definetly be very useful in the decision of what OS to use.