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16 Dec 2010 New Oracle Names for Sun Software [23742]
With Links

Many of the software products produced by Sun Microsystems have been rebranded since the Oracle acquisition. This is a useful table mapping the old names to the new names along with links to the Oracle (or other) home pages for those products.
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12 Mar 2010 Oracle Announces Some of Its Bets [22893]
Emphasis Is Strong on Virtualization Solutions

There have been many questions raised recently about which of Sun's products will have a life after Oracle. Some of these questions are answered in the post "The Oracle VM Product Line Welcomes Sun!" by Adam Hawley, who writes, "We are tremendously excited to combine our portfolios and work side-by-side with our extremely talented Sun brethren to advance the state-of-the art in virtualization."
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06 Jan 2010 Sun Fire X4140, X4240, and X4440 Server Architecture White Paper [22650]
Details Systems Architecture, Key Software Components

Get details on the systems architecture of the Sun Fire X4140, X4240, and X4440 servers, and learn more about their key software components in a 52-page PDF. Sun Fire X4140, X4240, and X4440 servers provide a range of dense and scalable systems based on the latest quad- and six-core AMD Opteron processors.
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28 Dec 2009 Toshiba OpenSolaris Laptops [22606]
Tecra M10, Portégé R600 and Mini Notebook NB200

Three of Toshiba's new laptops come with OpenSolaris installed: the Tecra M10, Portégé R600 and mini Notebook NB200. Toshiba's announcement credits the partnership between Sun and the Digital Products Division of Toshiba America Information Systems for providing an easy option for people who want to use Toshiba laptops with Sun's open source platform, which features Suspend/Resume, Timeslider, ZFS, among other.
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22 Dec 2009 Configuring Sun Ops Center for the Sun HPC Software Framework [22586]
Simplify the Process of Deploying and Managing Large-scale Linux HPC Clusters

Anyone interested in an integrated open-source software solution for Linux-based high-performance computing (HPC) clusters running on Sun hardware may want to read the Sun BluePrints article "Using Sun Ops Center with Sun HPC Software, Linux 2.0." Authors Mike Berg and Zhiqi Tao describe how to set up a Sun Ops Center server, provision the HPC cluster nodes (head node, Luster file system servers, and compute nodes), and configure system services.
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