Can you approximate how much share each of these storage companies ((e.g., NetApp, IBM, Sun, HP, EMC, etc) had in terms of military/ DHS/ government spend?
Answer Question | April 19, 2010 6:33 PM
EMC, HP, IBM, NetApp, SAN, Storage Area Networks, Storage devices, Sun
Thinking on which vendor is most likelty to benefit form such a deal I conclude it is Microsoft. Because ibm and oracle+sun are selling hardware by licencing unix servers and microsoft had to play catch up.
Answer Question | August 12, 2009 7:47 PM
Microsoft, Oracle, Sun, TIBCO
Do Sun and Fujitsu provide more than 2 disks in one blade?
Answer Question | August 22, 2008 8:12 AM
Blade servers, Fujitsu, Sun
After upgrading from NT to XP or Win2000, the File Transfer function no longer works. Arpeggio is fine but the File Transfer application error is:[Wall Data][Rumba Data Access]No data source specified; dialog prohibited. SQLDriverConnect…. Maybe there are registry entries missing? How do you connect a data source to File Transfer?
Answer Question | December 8, 2004 9:31 AM
Data center operations, DataCenter, DB2, Desktop management applications, Desktops, Development, Graphical User Interfaces, Hardware, i5, Installation, Integration/Connectivity, iSeries, Microsoft Systems Management Server, OS/400, PC/Windows Connectivity, Registry, Servers, Software distribution, Sun, Tech support, Thin clients, Third-party services, UDB for client/server, UDB for iSeries/i5, Unix, Vendor support, Windows, Windows 2000 desktop, Windows client administration and maintenance
This is just for educational purposes. I want to build some JSP pages for a university project, and I’m looking for a J2EE IDE (better if free), but I’m, not sure which is best or easiest to use. I have taken a look to Net Beans 3.6 and I like it, but it’s too heavy [...]
Answer Question | November 9, 2004 2:04 PM
I am looking for some help in using the UDB XML Extenders. We have a need to store and then recreate some XML. Has anyone used this feature?
Answer Question | June 22, 2004 6:21 PM
DB2 Universal Database, Sun, UDB for client/server, Unix, Windows