And now for something completely different

The summer is nearly over, the morning temperature was a beautiful 73 degrees (thanks to Gustav) and my daughter has returned to school. That means that it is time to return to work and carry on with the business of Solaris and OpenSolaris adoption. Along with my new Solaris adoption team members, I would like to thank Peter Ryan, Hal Stern and James Hollingshead for the speed in which they created these new positions and the way that we were all welcomed back into the company. Thank you gentlemen for your efforts and it is good to be back at Sun.

I hope that online information sources such as eWeek and ZDnet are as quick to report this type of story as they are ones about layoffs. Perhaps that is too much to ask, but one can hope.

Thanks to everyone that sent messages, publicly and privately. I really appreciate them, as do the other members of the Solaris Adoption Team. So we now return you to your regular programming, which will include some guides on ZFS as a root filesystem, Solaris as a Xen dom0, some updates to the Solaris Best Practices class materials, and anything else I can think of while on an airplane.

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Bob Netherton is a Principal Sales Consultant for the North American Commercial Hardware group, specializing in Solaris, Virtualization and Engineered Systems. Bob is also a contributing author of Solaris 10 Virtualization Essentials.

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