Sunday, September 11, 2005

Vol 91 Issue 1: Sept. 5th - 11th, 2005

The launch of the new Sun[sm] Partner Advantage Program [15088], which will be replacing the Sun iForce[sm] Partner Program, tops this week's News section. Sun's technology and other donations to the areas in the United States ravaged by Hurricane Katrina [15042] is also making news, as is an IDC study examining the impact multicore processing will have on the IT industry [15011].

Updates for the Financial Services market includes Sun's launch of a Consolidated Payments Architecture [15086] and a Transaction Control Monitor solution [15082].

Interest in the Developer Collaboration feature of the NetBeans[tm] 4.1 platform has generated a new community project to further advance this technology [15034].

In Storage, Mark Canepa talks about Sun's strategy following the StorageTek acquisition [14987]. Announcements include the new Sun StorEdge[tm] 5310 NAS Gateway system [15073].

Several articles on the early access release of the Sun Java[tm] Studio Enterprise 8 [15023], [15018], [15024] are in this week's edition, that also includes an article on maximizing SSL with the Sun Java[tm] System Application Server 8.1 [15039]

The Server section reports on a new performance benchmark with SPARCR servers running the Solaris[tm] 10 Operating System (Solaris OS) [15038] and enhancements for midrange servers with firmware release 5.19.0 [15007]. 2.0 Beta 2 is available for download [15033], which eWeek did and now offers a review [15084]. The FOSS section also covers Sun's retirement of its Industry Standards Source License [15083].

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