Sun Outlines Life Sciences Strategy for Success in 2003
Four Top Issues: Security, Standards, Efficiency and Visualization
In his keynote speech at the BioITWorld Conference and Expo in San
Diego this month, Howard Asher, director of global life sciences at
Sun, addressed the convergence of IT and life sciences, the major
trends in the industry and the four cornerstone technology issues of
2003: Harmonization through standards, security, efficient data
management and visualization of data.
Sun Labs Jackpot Project
Aim is to Make Programming Tools More Effective
In 2000, Sun Labs started the Jackpot Project to make compiler and
editing tools more productive. So far, the project has yielded a
metrics module that points out high maintenance areas to programmers to
help simplify code earlier in the development cycle and a program
editor architecture that incorporates pluggable language-analysis
Net Talk on Implementing Network Identity
"Experience it Live"
The Net Talk on November 20, 2002,
"Experience it Live" -- Implementing Your Network Identity
Solution (9 - 10 a.m. PDT) will include a virtual tour through the
entire implementation of a Network Identity solution using Sun's
software products. The tour will demonstrate how to configure products
so your existing heterogeneous legacy environment will be optimized.
Storage Management Summit in Colorado
December 3-5, 2002
The "Storage Management Summit" will be held at the Cheyenne Mountain
Resort in Colorado Springs, CO, December 3-5, 2002, presented by the
SNIA Technology Center. Topics include CIMSAN and the Bluefin
Sun Acquires Terraspring
Automation Software and N1
In a step to advance Sun's N1 technology, Sun has acquired Terraspring,
a privately-held developer of infrastructure automation software. N1
is Sun's strategy for data center optimization.