Roadmap for MessageQ - MessageQ

Now that Oracle has purchased BEA, what is the long term roadmap for BEA MessageQ (aka DEC MessageQ) now known as Oracle MessageQ. Will this product continue to be supported or is there a place to phase it out with some replacement and what would that replacement be? 

At this point in time we have no plans to phase out OMQ (nee BMQ, nee DMQ, nee PAMS) and the product will continue to be supported.
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Todd Little
Oracle Tuxedo Chief Architect

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Linux support

Hello to everybody
We're going to migrate all our e-commerce infrastucture to java
technology. We are a big touristic services bussiness, so we can't fail
in this deployment. We see that BEA Weblogic appears to be the best
choice at the moment.
So my questions are:
1-We would like to use Linux servers (price and stability reasons) to
run the BEA Servers. I would like to know if there exists plans to
migrate Commerce and Enterprise Server to Linux, and if there exists a
timeframe for it.
2-Can we be confident that linux versions of your products have the same
functionality as other OS versions?
3-If we buy Linux licenses and find that some crucial functionality is
not supported on Linux, will it be possible to migrate the license to
another platform without (or less) aditional cost?
Thanks in advance
Miquel Colom Pizá
Miquel Colom Pizá wrote:
>
Hello to everybody
We're going to migrate all our e-commerce infrastucture to java
technology. We are a big touristic services bussiness, so we can't fail
in this deployment. We see that BEA Weblogic appears to be the best
choice at the moment.
So my questions are:
1-We would like to use Linux servers (price and stability reasons) to
run the BEA Servers. I would like to know if there exists plans to
migrate Commerce and Enterprise Server to Linux, and if there exists a
timeframe for it.I do not think that you'll find this information on these newsgroups.
You should likely contact your sales representatives since these
newsgroups are pretty much specific to WebLogic server. If your
interest specifically his commerce server, you may want to try the
commerce newsgroup.
2-Can we be confident that linux versions of your products have the same
functionality as other OS versions?For WLS, yes.
3-If we buy Linux licenses and find that some crucial functionality is
not supported on Linux, will it be possible to migrate the license to
another platform without (or less) aditional cost?You should likely contact your sales representative on this.
Thanks,
Michael
>
Thanks in advance
Miquel Colom Pizá--
Thanks,
Michael
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Development License for weblogic portal 10gR3 for local development

Hey Guys
Do I need to pay for development license or worry about development license if we are trying to roll out a big weblogic portal application and all our team members what to do development locally in their own laptops. My employer has the portal licenses to run in qa and prod environments though.
In BEA days there was no such concept.
Is this true...if it true why is that 
There is a standard Oracle practice for getting a developer license quote.
You can contact your Oracle Sales Representative assigned to your account to inquire about pricing and get a quote.
Regards,
Marcus 
In addition to Marcus's suggestion, it isn't quite accurate regarding BEA Systems policies on licenses. While the software was available to freely download with a 5 IP connection limitation, BEA Systems always sold development licenses so that developers could contact support with their issues. Most customers I know of purchased licenses for development so they could have this support when needed on both the IDE and the running server on their machines should they encounter issues.
Best Regards,
Josh Lannin
Director of Product Management

BEA vs SUN architect certifications

Hi guys,
does anyone know whether the "BEA certified architect" (now rebranded to "Oracle SOA Architect Certified Expert") includes the "SUN Certified enterprise architect"?
A company requires the SUN certification, a candidate has the BEA one but says that Oracle ensures that the BEA one includes the SUN one, does someone know whether this statement is true?
thanks a lot.
Max 
Massimo Ruocchio wrote:
Hi guys,
does anyone know whether the "BEA certified architect" (now rebranded to "Oracle SOA Architect Certified Expert") includes the "SUN Certified enterprise architect"?
A company requires the SUN certification, a candidate has the BEA one but says that Oracle ensures that the BEA one includes the SUN one, does someone know whether this statement is true?
thanks a lot.
MaxRefering to:
http://education.oracle.com/pls/web_prod-plq-dad/db_pages.getpage?page_id=326
http://education.oracle.com/pls/web_prod-plq-dad/db_pages.getpage?page_id=365
http://education.oracle.com/pls/web_prod-plq-dad/db_pages.getpage?page_id=318
http://education.oracle.com/pls/web_prod-plq-dad/db_pages.getpage?page_id=3
http://education.oracle.com/pls/web_prod-plq-dad/db_pages.getpage?page_id=140
http://education.oracle.com/pls/web_prod-plq-dad/db_pages.getpage?page_id=352
I believe these are currently separate, though there may be some content overlap.
Please drill down links yourself.
I am not authorative in this area; but I hope you find the links useful.

WCI 10gR3 Warranty

Hi ,
We use Oracle WCI 10gR3 portal and we have heard that this is soon going to be stopped support by Oracle. Please can you tell me when the current support or extended support ends for the 10gR3 version of WCI we are currently.
And upon expiry what are our options, can we buy another year of extended support from Oracle, when do Oracle no longer offer support. 
Please refer to the Oracle Lifetime Support policy:
http://www.oracle.com/us/support/lifetime-support/index.html
Specifically, WCI 10.3 is listed in the Lifetime Support Policy: Oracle Fusion Middleware Products:
http://www.oracle.com/us/support/library/lifetime-support-middleware-069163.pdf
Premier support ends Jan 2014. Extended support ends Jan 2017. Sustaining support is indefinite.

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