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Old 06-01-2009, 06:30 PM   #1
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LXer: Sun OpenSolaris 2009.6 Shows What's Next for Solaris

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Sun is giving opensolaris a major overhaul in the new 2009.06 release, the new release includes enhanced networking, virtualization and storage capabilities for the open source operating system. "This is really a transparent development step toward the next generation of the Solaris platform," Dan Roberts, director of product management datacenter software marketing at Sun, told "Initially, OpenSolaris had a developer-and desktop-centric flavor, but in this release we've moved from just desktop and developer to a datacenter-capable mission-critical operating system."



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