Sun Java System

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Sun Java System was a brand used by Sun Microsystems to market computer software. The Sun Java System brand superseded the Sun ONE brand on September 2003. There are two major suites under this brand, the Sun Java Enterprise System suite of infrastructure software, and the Sun Java Desktop System graphical user environment.

Sun ONE brand[edit]

Sun ONE was a brand under which Sun Microsystems marketed server software products from 2002 to 2003. Sun ONE stood for Sun Open Net Environment.

The Sun ONE brand was primarily used for products that resulted from Sun's alliance with Netscape Communications Corporation. The name was also applied to other Sun software products such as Sun ONE Studio 8 and Sun ONE Active Server Pages 4.0. Products included:

Sun ONE was introduced on April 15, 2002, to supersede the iPlanet brand name, following the end of the Sun-Netscape alliance. Sun ONE itself was superseded on September 16, 2003 by the Sun Java System brand.[1]

Sun Java Enterprise System[edit]

The Sun Java Enterprise System is itself broken into smaller suites, which include:

Identity management services (Sun Java Identity Management Suite)[edit]

Business Integration - SOA (Sun Java Composite Application Platform Suite)[edit]

Web and application services[edit]

Portal services[edit]

Availability services (Sun Java Availability Suite)[edit]

Development tools[edit]

Sun Java Desktop System[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sun Java System Application Server 7 – Version hints" (in German). …update 3 of the product Sun Java System Application Server, version 7 (formerly known under the name Sun Open Net Environment (ONE) Application Server)

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