Many were pleased by the news in this week's Sun report of earnings for Q4FY05 . Judging from the number of new customers opting for Sun IT infrastructure in the same quarter, market share is on a positive trend . It was certainly no small triumph that General Motors has selected the Sun Java[TM] Enterprise System and will run its
corporate IT infrastructure with the Solaris[TM] 10 Operating System (Solaris OS) . It was also announced this week that more than two million Solaris 10 OS licenses have been distributed since the solutions debut in January of this year .
This week's Features section includes an interview with Sun's VP for Global Information Systems Strategy, Larry Singer, who takes an optimistic view of the companys prospects . And, there is word of Sun's plans to eventually offer its entire software line free of charge .
In Software this week are stories about mainframe software upgrade releases , employing Solaris[TM] Containers for allocating CPU resources  and using least privilege to maintain security in
service administration .
The Sun Java System section offers readers articles about the virtues of the Sun Java[TM] Studio Creator application , tips on migrating to the Sun Java[TM] System Application Server 8  and news of the extended promotional offering for the Sun Java[TM] Studio
The Sun StorEdge[TM] 9985 System reveals a bit more about itself in this week's Storage section . And there is also a story on eWeek's evaluation of the Sun Content Infrastructure System ,
plus information about new, faster, higher-capacity configurations for the Sun StorEdge[TM] 6130 Array  and the release of Sun StorEdge[TM] 9900 Series Dynamic Link Manager 5.6 .
Walmart's migration to the Java[TM] Platform, Standard Edition (Java[TM] SE) 5.0 is chronicled in this week's Java section , along with stories on a platform-neutral game controller now available as a result of the efforts of the Java[TM] Input API Project . Closing out the section are announcements of two new books on tools for developers working with Java[TM] Platform, Enterprise Edition (Java[TM] EE) .
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