internetnews.com: Sun to Extend Java with Linux, New Price Points
Mar 19, 2004, 19:45 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Sun Microsystems is 60 days away from releasing a version of
its Java Enterprise System infrastructure software for Linux, which
it expects to compete with IBM's offerings.
"Steve Borcich, executive director of Sun's Java systems and
security marketing, said the enterprise software system is made up
of 13 or so products that are tightly integrated and offer a common
user management framework. The system will run Red Hat Advanced
Server 2.1 and, eventually, 3.0.
"The package's core products will include a directory, and
identity server for authentication and authorization, portal
services, applications server Web server, all of which may be used
to build out a Web services framework, according to the executive,
who was in New York on a press tour. The system will also include
user provisioning capabilities for identity management from Sun's
acquisition of Waveset last year..."