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EXTOL Secure Skill Set

Background of EXTOL Secure Exchange (ESX):

In April of 2016 Cleo Communications purchased EXTOL International. At the time the flagship EDI translator was named EXTOL Secure Exchange. Cleo has decided to keep this branded product.
Over time, users will be migrated to a comperable Cleo Communications product, such as VLTrader.

Versions: 5.3, 5.3.1, 5.4, 5.5, 5.5.3
Platforms: iSeries, Windows, Linux (Red Hat)
Skill Set:Partnership creation, port set-up, certificate management, filesystem management, multi-environment set-up, ESX upgrades, ESX proxy set-up, daily operations.

EXTOL Secure Proxy::

Versions: 1.3, 1.4
Platforms: Windows, Linux (Red Hat)

Real Life ESX Examples:

SHA256: Update Server configurations and partnerships to accept/use SHA256 certificates.
Interface wtih Cleo Clarify: Export AS2 partnerships to be able to import into Cleo Clarify.
EXTOL Secure Proxy Server: Set-up/Maintain server to handle multiple ports to communicate with multiple ESX environments.
EXTOL Secure Proxy SSL: Implement SSL Server side authentication at proxy server to receive inbound HTTPs from Chase Bank.
ESX FileSystem Monitors: Create filesystem monitor, attach outbound channel to monitor, attache channel to partnership. Used to test new partnership to send ad hoc data.

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