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02 Jun 2011 Sun Ray Clients Key to Korean Municipality's Green-Up Effort [24212]
Oracle VDI Solution Helps Cut Power Consumption by 50%, Reduces SysAdmin Time, Boosts Productivity

The South Korean city of Gunsan underwent a radical transformation recently that involved turning 401 square kilometers of reclaimed land and fresh water reservoirs into a new business, industrial, tourism, and residential area not knows as the Saemangeum Gunsan Free Economic Zone. As part of this transformation, Gunsan City Hall replaced its 100 legacy desktop environment with Oracle Sun Ray Clients, resulting in a 50% reduction in power consumption as well as significant reductions in system administration costs and improvements in employee productivity. Yet another bonus in this upgrade is that, rather than store confidential details of city administration practices on individual desktop hard drives, that data is now more securely stored on the city's central server. The time involved in data backup activities has been cut from three to four hours down to a mere 10 minutes. Employees voice enthusiastic praise for the new system, which consists of two Sun Fire X4170 M2 Servers and two Sun Blade X6270 Servers, all of which run Oracle Solaris. Gunsan installed Sun Storage 7310C and Sun Storage 7210 systems as well.
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07 Oct 2010 Major Software Update for Sun ZFS Storage 7000 Series Appliances [23544]
Oracle Strongly Recommends Upgrade to 2010.Q3.1.0

There is a major software update for the Sun ZFS Storage 7000 series appliances. 2010.Q3.1.0 offers a number of new features and repairs multiple issues. It is supported on Sun Storage 7110, 7210, 7310, 7410, 7120, 7320, 7420, and the Sun Storage 7000 Simulator. Oracle strongly recommends upgrading to this latest edition. Users should note the first shipping release of 2010.Q3 software is 2010.Q3.1.0.
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06 Jul 2010 Minor and Micro Update to Sun Storage 7000 2010.Q1 [23257]
Of Particular Importance for Deduplication Users

Minor and micro software releases for the Sun Storage 7000 Unified Storage System have been published. The Sun Storage 7000 2010.Q1.2.0 and 2010.Q1.2.1, respectively, contain numerous bug fixes for the Sun Storage 7000 series appliances. For those using deduplication and access-based enumeration, 2010.Q1.20 is an update that should be installed. Fishworks, the engineering team behind the open storage product line Sun Storage 7000 Unified Storage System, strongly advises those using deduplication or contemplating using deduplication to upgrade.
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30 Jun 2010 Sun Technology-related Knowledge Zones Launched [23256]
Learn How to Distinguish Your Offerings from the Competition

Partners interested in identity management, Oracle Exadata, MySQL, Oracle VM, Java, developer tools, Oracle Solaris, Sun servers, Sun storage, and Enterprise Manager Ops Center, now have an opportunity to become more knowledgeable and/or specialized in these areas via the Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), which has launched new Knowledge Zones in each of these product lines. Knowledge Zones are designed to assist in making opportunities available to those specialized in a product and are meant to help companies distinguish their offerings from the competition.
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26 May 2010 Guide for Installing Oracle Siebel CRM 8 with Sun's Open Storage Systems [23135]
Creating Proof-of-concept Environments for Application Testing or Benchmarking

Abhishek Gupta has authored a guide describing the installation of Oracle Siebel Customer Relationship Management (CRM) 8 software with Oracle’s Sun Storage 7000 Unified Storage Systems. It can be used to help customers and technical support engineers create proof-of-concept environments for application testing or benchmarking.
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