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Cultivating a Solaris and Linux Operating Environment
Sun's VP for Software Explains the Company's Objectives
Reiterating that Solaris Operating System (Solaris OS) is not in competition with Linux, Sun's Vice President for Software John Loiacono says the company's lack of control over Linux, but with undeniable respect for the open-source platform, has led Sun to embrace both operating systems.
Java Technology Revolutionizing the Automotive Industry
iDrive Enhancing the Latest Lines of BMWs

Sun is providing BMW with computer technology that will extend past the Apple Computer iPod music players and could forever change the automotive industry. New lines of BMWs now have built-in software called iDrive that controls a car's audio system, navigation and the cabin's temperature, all regulated by a single knob.

Sun Drives Vehicle Loan Process to Top Speed
Web-based Systems Streamlines RouteOne Credit Application Management System

SunServices and RouteOne are streamlining vehicle application processes with Web-based technology that offers a highly secure system that transfers information faster with more accessibility, easing time and procedural constraints for vehicle financing. RouteOne's Credit Application Management System (CAMS) is currently being deployed to auto dealerships nationwide.

Principal Research Scientist with Sun Named Top Young Innovator
Dr. Robert Drost Recognized for his Work on Proximity Communication

MIT's Magazine for Innovation, Technology Review (TR), has named Dr. Robert Drost to its 100 Top Young Innovators for 2004. Drost is a principal research scientist with Sun and has led the study of a new chip-to-chip communication technology called "Proximity Communication" at Sun Labs.

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Authenticate Accesses to Web Apps Against Databases
Using Sun Java System Access Manager, JDBC Authentication Module
Sun Java System Access Manager 2004Q2 provides open, standards-based authentication and policy-based authorization with a single, unified framework. The Sun Developer Web site is hosting an article demonstrating how to use the Access Manager to authenticate accesses to Web applications against databases.
Integrating Sun Java System Access Manager with Oracle Application Server
Allows Implementation of SSO within Heterogeneous Environments

Authors Jennifer Glore, Prashant Srinivasan and Marina Sum recommend integrating Sun Java System Access Manager 2004Q2 with the Oracle Application Server 10g (9.0.4) so that Single Sign-On (SSO) can be implemented within a heterogeneous environment. Seven performance tasks are listed as benefits of Oracle Server.

"Using ctelnet in Sun Cluster Software with Secure Shell"
Tech Tip Offers Alternative Method to telnet

A tech tip from Vlad Grama describes how developers can use the ctelnet application in Sun Cluster software to connect to systems by using the ssh command. Grama notes that by using this method, users are offered flexibility from the telnet command and can create this configuration to run by default or indirectly.

"Installing and Using the Sun Java Desktop System"
Article Touches on Basics from User Experience

User experience often provides the best methods and advice when installing and using new software. Sun recognizes this fact and has posted a BigAdmin article from a reader who recently installed the Sun Java Desktop System. From downloading and burning CDs to project management, the author details his/her first-hand experience.

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