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23 Oct 2001
#4965
Sun Launches Sun Open Net Environment Starter Kit
Free Resource for Maximizing Development on Sun ONE

The Sun ONE Starter Kit, a set of Sun Open Net Environment (Sun ONE) products, technologies, and information for developers and IT architects, is now available as a starting point to design and develop services-on-demand solutions based on an open, integratable platform. Developers, IT managers, and others can obtain the Sun ONE Starter Kit free of charge via the Sun Developer Network and its Developer Essentials CDs.
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23 Oct 2001
#4966
Sun Delivers Secure Instant Messaging
With the iPlanet Portal Server: Instant Collaboration Pack

Sun made two important announcements involving iPlanet and AOL. The iPlanet Portal Server: Instant Collaboration Pack provides the extensive security, reliability, and directory integration required to support instant messaging among internal employees and external business partners, suppliers and consumers in a secure environment. In addition, Sun and AOL have announced their plans to perform interoperability testing between the iPlanet Portal Server: Instant Collaboration Pack and the AOL Instant Messenger.
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22 Oct 2001
#4925
Solstice Enterprise Manager 4.1 Software
Network Management Solution

Solstice Enterprise Manager 4.1 Software is a network management platform that provides the key tools and elements needed to monitor, manage, and maintain mission critical network environments such as network traffic in a telecom network. Solstice Enterprise Manager Software "framework" can be used as underlying technology for a network or element management solution, reducing development time and time to market. Solstice Enterprise Manager 4.1 identifies faults, alarms, or other types of conditions occurring in the network.
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23 Oct 2001
#4968
SOAP Support Extended
Across Sun Open Net Environment

Sun Open Net Environment (Sun ONE) customers can develop web services with XML support that is interoperable with other standards-based services, regardless of the underlying platform. The role of Java technology, Java Community Process (JCP), and SOAP are discussed in this article.
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