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February 4, 2010  3:54 PM

Sun CEO Jonathan Schwartz resigns via haiku tweet



Posted by: RobBarry
Sun Microsystems

Perhaps having to do things the Oracle way didn't sit well with the Jonathan Schwartz, the ponytailed CEO who recently oversaw the demise and acquisition of Sun Microsystems. Schwartz has just announced his resignation from Sun - with a haiku on Twitter:

January 27, 2010  3:32 PM

Oracle gets EU approval on Sun purchase



Posted by: Mpontacoloni
Oracle, Sun Microsystems

by Jack Vaughan

Java was one of the major sea changes in the history of application development. It brought some ease of use to objects as well as a usable set of standards for distributed computing. With word last week that the European Union had


December 14, 2009  4:34 AM

During EC hearing, Sun Microsystems releases Java EE6, NetBeans 6.8 and GlassFish v3



Posted by: RobBarry
Java, Sun Microsystems

Even as the European Commission was holding a hearing on concerns from the Oracle-Sun acquisition on Thursday, Sun Microsystems released three much-awaited items: Java EE6, NetBeans IDE 6.8 and GlassFish Enterprsie Server v3. This SOA-friendly hat trick will no doubt come as a comfort to some who...


August 20, 2008  12:11 PM

Sun targets BEA WebLogic users



Posted by: Heather Clancy
BEA Systems, Oracle development, SOA, SOA infrastructure, Sun Microsystems

Former BEA customers, who may be unhappy with Oracle Corp.'s plans for WebLogic as its main service-oriented architecture (SOA) server, are targeted by Sun Microsystems Inc., which today announced a migration program for its JavaCAPS SOA platform. Sun is touting the lower price and open source...


June 11, 2008  4:35 PM

Sun and SOA: Too much Java and not enough open source?



Posted by: StorageSwiss
Apache Tuscany, Data integration, GlassFish, Java, Open source software, SOA, Sun Microsystems

Dan Blankenhorn at ZDNet has posted some provocative thoughts about the Java CAPS 6.0 SOA suite announcement from Sun...


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