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Tuxedo

(database, networking)
Cross-platform distributed transaction monitor middleware marketed by BEA systems. Tuxedo supports the production of scalable client-server applications and the coordination of transactions spanning heterogeneous databases, operating systems, and hardware.

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BEA TUXEDO

A TP monitor from BEA Systems, Inc., San Jose, CA (www.beasys.com) that runs on a variety of Unix-based computers. Originally developed by AT&T and sold as source code, Novell acquired it, enhanced it and offered it as shrink-wrapped software for various Unix servers. It was later sold to BEA. BEA Tuxedo and IBM Transarc's Encina are the major TP monitors in the Unix world. See BEA WebLogic.
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