English | 2021 | ISBN: 978-1801070584 | 141 Pages | PDF, EPUB, MOBI | 10 MB
Learn Tuxedo by developing solutions in Python to real-world problems
Despite being developed in the 1980s, Oracle Tuxedo still runs a significant part of critical infrastructure and is not going away any time soon. Modernizing Oracle Tuxedo Applications with Python will help you get to grips with the most important Tuxedo concepts by writing Python code.
The book starts with an introduction to Oracle Tuxedo and guides you in installing its latest version and Python bindings for Tuxedo on Linux. You’ll then learn how to build the first server and client, configure Tuxedo, and start running an application. As you advance, you’ll understand load balancing and work with the BBL server, which is at the heart of a Tuxedo application. This Tuxedo book will also cover Boolean expressions and different ways to export Tuxedo buffers for storage and transmission, before showing you how to implement servers and clients and use Management Information Base to change the configuration dynamically. Once you’ve learned how to configure Tuxedo for transactions and control them in application code, you’ll discover how to use the store-and-forward functionality to reach destinations and use an Oracle database from a Tuxedo application.
By the end of this book, you’ll be able to perform common Tuxedo programming tasks with Python and integrate Tuxedo applications with other parts of modern infrastructure.
What you will learn
- Understand Oracle Tuxedo as a microservice platform
- Develop Oracle Tuxedo applications using Python 3
- Perform administration tasks programmatically with Python 3
- Integrate Tuxedo statistics into modern Application Performance Management software
- Integrate Tuxedo into the modern software ecosystem
- Understand how distributed transactions work in Tuxedo