Wednesday, June 08, 2005

Vol 87 Issue 4

The 2005 JavaOne[sm] Conference is preparing for Java[tm] technology's 10th birthday bash, which will be celebrated during the June 27th-30th event [14545]. Also in News, Vice President of Sun's Software Group Tom Goguen reveals how OpenSolaris may change IT business [14520].

Executive Vice President of Sun's Software Group John Loiacono explains how the company's innovations solve today's top customer concerns [14489] in the Features section that also covers Sun Lab's exploration of Object-Aware Memory Architecture [14450].

The latest Hardware releases includes competitively priced Sun monitors [14558], remanufactured 1.05GHZ CPU/memory boards [14535] and three new hardware spare parts [14557].

An IDC report examines storage trends and why two Sun StorEdge[tm] solutions answer current business objectives [14537]. Newly released Sun StorEdge[tm] LTO 3 tape drive now offers an LVD SCSI desktop configuration [14536].

The Sun and Standards section covers the OASIS-approved OpenDocument Specification 1.0 [14542], the new draft specifications produced from the Sun-Microsoft collaboration enabling web single sign-on (SSO) [14543], the newly published Enterprise Grid Alliance Reference Model [14544] and the launch of a new online resource for information on technology standards [14559].

Learn the difference between J2SE[tm] 1.5.0 and 5.0 [14521] and the open source project proposed for this Java platform [14507].

Software developers have an opportunity to preview Sun[tm] Studio 10 Update 1 [14529] and learn how to utilize AppCrash to safely gather debugging information [14513].

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