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Sun Boosts Savings and Fortifies Security Features to Rehosting Software
Enhancements Make Mainframe Rehosting Software More Attractive

Sun has released upgrades to its mainframe rehosting software, Sun ONE Mainframe Transaction Process software (formerly Sun Mainframe Transaction Processing software) 8.0 and Sun ONE Mainframe Batch Manager software 10.0. The enhanced offerings will provide enterprises even deeper cost savings, tighter security and greater functionality when migrating legacy applications from a mainframe to Sun servers running the robust Solaris Operating Environment (Solaris OE).

Sun Releases Enterprise Continuity Solution
Ensuring Recovery with Multiple Data Centers

The Enterprise Continuity solution from Sun delivers real business continuance and addresses the biggest concern of its customers: the need to continue conducting business as usual regardless of the circumstances.

Sun Microsystems Increases Investment in Midsize Market
Focuses on Collaborations with iForce Partners

Over the next 15-18 months, Sun will expand its investment in the iForce Community and help midsize enterprises worldwide optimize their existing architectures and lower their TCO with pre-tested, integratable and easy-to-implement vertical and horizontal solutions that address their specific business needs. Sun plans to create a midsize enterprise end-user advisory council and offer a portal for midsize enterprises on the Sun Web site.

Sun Management Center Change Manager Software
White Paper Outlines Use of Replicated Servers

Sun has released a technical white paper detailing Sun Management Center Change Manager software's features, functionality and benefits to system administrators and IT departments. According to Sun, the software can significantly increase system administrator efficiency and productivity in computing environments using large numbers of replicated servers to provide software services.

Sun HPC ClusterTools 4 Software
Addressing Cluster and Grid Computing

Sun HPC ClusterTools 4 software is a complete integrated environment that provides middleware to manage a workload of highly resource-intensive applications and delivers an end-to-end software development environment for parallel distributed applications.

RSNA 2002 in December
Digital Technology in Radiology

The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) will host "RSNA 2002: Leading Medicine's Digital Transformation," at its 88th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting, December 1- 6, 2002, at McCormick Place in Chicago. The meeting for members of the radiology team includes scientific papers, credited courses and imaging experts from around the world.

E-business Integration Conference
November 18 - 20 in San Francisco

The E-business Integration Conference Series is specifically designed to provide business and IT leaders with solutions to the full spectrum of e-business integration challenges. This year's event will take place at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport in Burlingame, CA, on November 18 - 20.

IFS World Conference Fall 2002
Orlando on November 17-20

Sun will exhibit new solutions at the InFocuS (IFS) World Conference Fall 2002 in Orlando, Florida, on November 17-20. This year's IFS World Conference at the Orlando World Center Marriott will demonstrate how to increase efficiencies and improve productivity at five key levels in an enterprise, ranging from chief executive officer to power users. IFS develops and supplies component-based business applications for medium and large enterprises.

Solaris OE Analyzer for C/C++ Source Code Version 1.1
Detailed Analysis Report for Porting Issues

The Solaris Operating Environment (Solaris OE) Analyzer for C/C++ source code version 1.1 is a free downloadable tool that analyzes the feasibility of porting C and C++ source files from other operating environments to Solaris OE. Enhancements to this version include an HTML version of detailed analysis report and a database for Linux porting issues.

Solaris Operating Environment and HP-UX
Benefits of Migrating to Solaris OE

If your company is looking for the most competitive application development environment, the HP-UX to Solaris Operating Environment (Solaris OE) migration Web page discusses how the Solaris OE provides sound business reasons for migrating to an industry-standards-based UNIX operating system.

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