SunOS DEFINITION: Solaris is the computer operating system that Sun Microsystems provides for its family of Scalable Processor Architecture-based processors as well as for Intel-based processors. Sun has historically dominated the large UNIX workstation market. As the Internet grew in the early 1990s, Sun's SPARC/Solaris systems became the most widely installed servers for Web sites. Sun emphasizes the system's availability
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This whitepaper will review some key features and benefits of both Solaris and Red Hat Enterprise Linux. We will also explain why Red Hat Enterprise Linux is an ideal solution for enterprises that are facing Sun and SPARC's uncertain future, whether you are considering launching a new IT production environment or migrating a legacy environment...
Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® is a standards-based UNIX®-like operating system that provides a development environment similar to SunTM SolarisTM. This paper looks to highlight some of the major differences between Solaris and Red Hat Enterprise Linux to help application developers port their code.
The Oracle Communications BRM application suite is a Tier 1, convergent billing framework that is architected for leading service providers. This white paper describes the performance and scalability results of Oracle Communications BRM 7.3.1 from the recent benchmark conducted at Sun Solutions Center in Paris and France.
The Solaris OS is the strategic platform for today's demanding enterprise and is the only open operating system that has delivered proven results, running everything from mission-critical enterprise databases to high performance Web farms.
In this document learn about reference architecture and a sample implementation from Sun Desktop Virtualization Solutions. This reference architecture is an overview of the key components required to deploy the solution into your enterprise infrastructure
Virtualization and consolidation can improve the data center status quo and provide organizations with a new set of choices to increase flexibility, reduce costs and attack the space, power and cooling crunch head-on.
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