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Expense Calculator

A desktop application which can be used to calculate and maintain routine expenses. It is specially designed for the special accountant...

September 9, 2013 by Stupendous Softwares

Sun showing NHIN work at HIMSS

Sun's role covered the software, NHIN-Connect, which includes its GlassFish open source application platform, the Java Composite Application Platform Suite (CAPS) SOA Platform, and the Sun Java Identity Management suite.

April 6, 2009 by

Is Java Windows for Unix?

The key conceptual difference between C and Java as used in business applications development and run-times is simply this: the C you learn in school is the C you find in things like Solaris, but the Java you learn in school has very little, if anything, to do with the Java you see in things like Sun's identity management packages.

April 6, 2008 by

AccessJ

AccessJ is an iPhone front-end to Java Management Extensions (JMX). It will allow you to easily configure a remote Java Application...

June 2, 2013 by Christos Vasilakis

Kim Polese's journey from Sun to SpikeSource

For our Super Techies series I interviewed Kim Polese, the CEO of SpikeSource, about her career in Silicon Valley. Kim discusses her early work at Sun Microsystems as the original Java product manager, her success at systems management company Marimba, and her current role overseeing SpikeSource, which integrates, distributes and supports open source solutions.

December 6, 2007 by

Kim Polese: From Sun to SpikeSource

In a Super Techies interview, Kim Polese, CEO of SpikeSource talks to ZDNet Editor in Chief Dan Farber about her career in Silicon Valley. Polese discusses her early work at Sun Microsystems as the original Java product manager, her success at systems management company Marimba, and her current role overseeing SpikeSource, a provider of open-source business applications.

December 5, 2007 by

JavaMin

JavaMin - Java System Management Interface, enables server administrators to monitor and manage regular server tasks with a web-based...

September 16, 2012 by Marc Nuri

I've said it before: Microsoft should buy BEA

With a deep shift on the part of Microsoft toward really embracing and extending the Java side of the universe, then we're talking about dominating not just the .NET world, but perhaps the Java one, too. Even better, how about becoming the best way to leverage the mainframe, client/server, Web and SOA paradigms? How about building on that leverage with the best management, modeling, and integration for the best price? And you could bring the advertising, media, and consumer reach into the mix. Microsoft could become a one-stop shop, rather than a proponent of a re-hashed one-shop sop about Windows Everywhere.

October 5, 2007 by

Centrelink buys software testing tools

Centrelink has acquired Agitar developer testing tools as it works to update its middleware platform, Centrelink Online. Around 200 developers will use the Agitar testing tool and Management Dashboard to build a Java architectural framework for an update to Centrelink Online.

August 17, 2006 by

JavaDB: An idea whose time has finally come?

Last year, at ApacheCon, according to Sun Chief Open Source Officer Simon Phipps, Sun senior staff engineer Francois Orsini apparently gave a demonstration of JavaDB -- Sun's version of Apache Derby.  Apache Derby is basically a full blown relational database management system (RDBMS) that's based on pure Java.

May 1, 2006 by

Company warns on IE patch

An Internet Explorer update released last week caninterfere with some applications, including Google's Toolbar, according toPatchLink, a maker of patch management software.Other applications affected by the Web browser patch include businesssoftware from Oracle's Siebel customer relationship management unit andcertain Web applications that use specific versions of Java, PatchLink saidFriday.

April 16, 2006 by

Sun makes Java free

Sun Microsystems says it will makes its Java Enterprise System, N1 Management software and developer tools free and, in time open source. It will also integrate the tools with the Solaris into something called the Solaris Enterprise System, which will also be free.

November 30, 2005 by

Blue Coat Spyware Interceptor

Simple to deploy and easy to manage, the Blue Coat Spyware Interceptor is a cost-effective way of identifying and blocking spyware infections without the need to configure and manage software on individual client PCs.

September 12, 2005 by

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