Sun has updated its Sun StorageTek Enterprise Storage Manager portfolio with new features to its Sun StorageTek Business Analytics 5.0 and Sun StorageTek Operations Manager 4.1 software. These upgraded solutions provide customers with enhanced functionality to more efficiently manage their storage infrastructure to meet business objectives, Sun reports.
Version 4, Update 5 of the Sun StorEdge SAM-FS storage archive manager software and Sun StorEdge QFS shared file system has added new features to provide greater end-to-end reliability, easier file system and archiving management and increased support for Sun storage.
Sun has released version 5.0 of its Sun StorEdge 9900 Series HiCommand Device Manager (HDvM) software. Designed for the Sun StorEdge 9900 family of systems, this software update will appeal to customers who would like to streamline the management of their provisioning activities and replication activities.
Sun StorEdge 9900 Series Software has reached its end of life with new generations of software set to replace these outgoing products that include the SDLM (Dynamic Link Manager) v3.0 to v5.5; HDvM (Device Manager) v2.3 to v4.2; HTnM (Tuning Manager) v3.0 to v4.1; HPtM (Protection Manager) v4.1; among others.
John O'Conner's Sun Developer Network piece "Using Java DB in Desktop Applications" argues for the use of this commonly available feature that is distributed with the Sun Java Enterprise System and the Sun Java System Application Server, as well as the NetBeans IDE.
Vincent Perrot and Stuart Clements have written a guide called "Bootstrap Interfaces Definition by Leveraging OSS Common JSR Design and Shared Entities" that deals with ways to extend the OSS Common API so as to avoid the unnecessary and wasteful duplication of the base interfaces and classes, such as data types and exception definitions.
There are abundant examples of code in Giri Mandalika's Sun Developer Network article entitled "Mixed-Language Programming and External Linkage." The article demonstrates how using linkage allows a simple C++ program to work that would otherwise fail.