Who, What, When, Where, and Why?

Last week Sun made a big marketing splash about the new features of Solaris 10 11/06. Information about Trusted Extensions is now available at a variety of multimedia URLs which provide answers to the questions listed in this entry's title. Among the cool sites are:

A Flash demo of the Trusted Java Desktop System by Stephen Browne

Marketing manager Mark Thacker's videos

Trusted Extensions Data Sheet 

Updated Solaris Security Overview 

Podcast about Trusted Extensions and Secure by Default featuring Darren Moffat and Glenn Brunette

I've also recorded a couple of videos which will appear on Sun's website next month. This is the fun part of the project!

Comments:

I want to know that is JAVA open source in 2008 and more. thanks

Posted by laohu on January 20, 2007 at 03:46 PM PST #

laohu, Sun announced that Java was Open Sourced on November 13, 2006. See http://www.sun.com/software/opensource/java/ Most of the components of Solaris Trusted Extensions, including Trusted JDS, the TSOL extension to the Xorg server, and the Solaris kernel extensions are Open Source, as well.

Posted by Glenn Faden on January 21, 2007 at 02:42 PM PST #

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