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02 Oct 2009 What's New on BigAdmin [22433]
As of September 24th, 2009

Joomla! Deployment Guide for Sun Storage 7000 Unified Storage Systems"

This guide is for installing and configuring the open source Joomla! Content Management System with Sun's Unified Storage systems. The scenario uses Sun Storage 7110 Unified Storage System (version 2009.Q2). The Sun servers in this setup run the OpenSolaris 2009.06 release and PHP, MySQL, and Apache web server from pkg.opensolaris.org.

Updated and Expanded: Sun System Software Stacks

On BigAdmin, find out which software is preinstalled and supported on Sun's servers running on the SPARC platform. For example, see which versions of Solaris, System Firmware, Sun Management Center, LDoms Manager, Sun Studio, GCC, and Sun Java Enterprise System could come with a Sun SPARC Enterprise T5440 server.
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28 Sep 2009 Consolidate and Virtualize for Cost Savings [22294]
IT Director's Guide Provides Specific Examples

A Sun-sponsored IT director's guide asserts consolidating systems onto the latest server technology and utilizing virtualization techniques will give enterprises increased efficiency, performance and flexibility while lowering costs. In twelve pages, this guide entitled "Reducing Costs by Improving Server Performance" offers what it states is proof that consolidation works, and focuses on Sun servers with CoolThreads technology and Sun SPARC Enterprise M-Series servers as solutions that can bring these claims to reality.
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22 Sep 2009 Business Benefits of Virtualizing IT Infrastructure [22293]
White Paper Presents Virtualizing with Sun CMT Solutions

This new white paper addresses issues many datacenters are currently facing - how to lower TCO while supporting more customers and reducing time to market for new services. This Sun white paper describes some Sun solutions and their technologies, including Sun Blade T6340 and T6320 Server Modules, the Sun SPARC Enterprise T5440, T5240, T5140, T5220, and T5120 Servers, Sun Logical Domains, and Solaris Containers, to demonstrate the business benefits of consolidating enterprise applications onto Sun CMT rackmount and blade servers.
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02 Sep 2009 Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition on Sun [22223]
Benchmark Interpretations and Best Practices

As reported in August, the Sun SPARC Enterprise T5440 server with 1.6 GHz UltraSPARC T2 Plus processors, Solaris Containers and Oracle Database 11g software, delivered outstanding performance with 28,000 concurrent users on the Oracle Business Intelligence (BI) Suite Enterprise Edition (EE) test. A closer look at this benchmark and what its results mean are presented by a couple of Sun bloggers, one of which also offers up a few best practices for Oracle BI EE on Sun.
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26 Aug 2009 New Offerings for Some Sun SPARC Enterprise Servers, Sun Blade Server Modules [22155]
Includes 1.6 GHz Processors, 800 MHz 4 GB DIMMs, Pre-installed LDoms 1.2 and ILOM 3.0

A number of new configurations and options are being offered for the Sun SPARC Enterprise T5120, T5220, T5240, T5440 servers and the Sun Blade T6320 server module based on the Chip Multithreading technology (CMT) UltraSPARC T2 and T2 Plus processors. These include 1.6 GHz UltraSPARC T2 and T2 Plus processors, 800 MHz 4 GB DIMMs, pre-installed Logical Domains (LDoms) 1.2, Solaris 10 05/09 (Update 7), Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) 3.0, and more. Pricing for some of these new offerings also are being made available at special rates.
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