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Sun shines on Linux, links to Evolution

By   |  February 5, 2003

Sun South Africa today announced that it is delivering on its commitment to Open Source by releasing seven Sun ONE products for Linux locally.

Dumisani Mtoba, senior systems engineer at Sun Microsystems SA, says the release follows announcements at LinuxWorld in New York earlier this month.

The latest releases include the Sun ONE Application Server 7 and the Sun ONE Directory Server 5.1.

Other products in this release are the Sun ONE Web Server 6, Sun ONE Active Server Pages, Sun ONE Studio 4, Sun ONE Grid Engine, and Sun ONE Grid Engine Enterprise Edition.

Mtoba says “other Sun ONE products for the Linux platform that are scheduled for delivery within the year include Sun ONE Portal Server, Sun ONE Identity Server, Sun ONE Calendar Server, and Sun ONE Messaging Server.”

“Sun is expanding its commitment to the open development of grid computing technologies with the contribution of its Grid Engine Portal portlet technology to the open source Grid Engine Project,” says Mtoba. The product works in conjunction with Sun Grid Engine and the SunONE Portal server to allow users to access and execute applications and to manage a grid via a web interface.

Sun has also released Evolution Connector that allows Solaris- and Linux-based Sun ONE users to collaborate with Windows-based users.

“The integration enables them to easily collaborate with Windows-based co-workers, while maintaining a windows-like look and feel on the desktop. The enables users accustomed to an Outlook environment to make a smooth transition to Evolution,” says Mtoba.

But what of Sun’s Linux distribution? Mad Hatter, or what is otherwise known as ‘Sun’s Linux Desktop Solution’ is expected to be released in beta in the second quarter of this year and in full release in the third.


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