Monday, January 11, 2010

sun updates

Three new software upgrades now available
Java Platform Enterprise Edition 6 (Java EE 6) is now available, along with Sun GlassFish Enterprise Server v3, the first application server with full support for the platform and NetBeans IDE 6.8, which makes platform improvements easily available to developers.
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What's behind the move to OpenOffice.org
OpenOffice.org is not just open source productivity software — it's a movement supported by 100 million downloaders in the past year alone. Learn why the momentum is growing, review the latest features, and find out how you can take advantage.
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Why governments are going open source
Learn how new government open source initiatives will impact business — and why governments are moving to the open source model.
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White Papers
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Red Hat Enterprise Linux: What's the real cost?
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Simplify storage complexity while reducing costs
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Sun Fire server architecture: Maximize virtualization and consolidation
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Sun and VMware for Windows server consolidation
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IT Director's guide: Higher utilization = lower costs
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Offers & Resources
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Read the latest on Sun and Oracle
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Sun smashes performance records
Sun products are setting new performance standards and establishing world record benchmarks. The Sun Fire x4640 set new records in December, 2009.
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Download the Storage Simulator
Try out a virtual Sun Storage 7000 Unified Storage System on your laptop or desktop.
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Update: Using Solaris Containers (Zones)
Learn how to configure, install, and administer Zones for Solaris 10.09.
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New and featured Sun training
See what's new in Sun training and certification — including our new Java EE 6 curriculum!
Industry Success Story
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BMW builds ultimate storage solution with Sun
Learn how BMW used the Sun StorageTek 9900V family to update its storage infrastructure, improve IT flexibility, and cut costs.

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