Saturday, April 16, 2005

Vol 86 Issue 1

The OpenSolaris Community Advisory Board has been selected and Sun's Executive Vice President of Software John Loiacono comments on it and the next version of the Solaris[tm] Operating System (Solaris OS) [14331]. In other news, Sun and NEC have expanded their strategic alliance [14348], Sun's Asia-Pacific Region is gaining momentum in the x86 market [14333].
Sun is offering a promotion on its AMD powered systems [14322].

Sun and IBM's utility computing models are compared [14324] in the Features section that also offers a progress report on Sun and Microsoft's broad collaboration arrangement one year later [14330]. Plus, a recent poll shows CIOs expect to increase their IT spending [14332].

The Software section provides details on the Solaris Service Plans [14269], the latest Jini[tm] Technology Starter Kit [14315] and how to get an Adventure DV3 Camera while becoming Sun certified [14354].

Get information on a recently released patch for the Sun Java[tm] Studio Enterprise 7 [14363] and how this software supports the latest UML version [14305].

In the Java section, read about the U.S. Air Force's implementation of a Java[sm] Center of Excellence program [14350], the first Java[tm] Research Center in Asia [14352], J2SE[tm] 5.0 and concurrent programming [14328] and securing Web Services with XWS-Security framework [14290].

New updates on accessing SunSolve[tm] and the Sun System Handbook [14304] are in the SysAdmin section along with a Sun business brief on data retention compliance [14282].

The Life Sciences section details the Sun Bio Workstation and Bio Cluster solutions [14300] and how Sun servers are helping catalogue the world's species [14306]

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