Japanese OpenSolaris Articles

One of the things that the Sun engineering team in Japan does is write technical articles as part of their community-building efforts here. The guys work in Sun's Tokyo Software Center, which is where I sit as well. In fact, I have a very cool view of Tokyo from up here on the 21st floor. Anyway, there is a growing source of Japanese technical articles about the very latest technology and projects that make up OpenSolaris. Here are some links:

Building an Enterprise Class Server System Based on OpenSolaris (2008 Series)
  1. Page 1, Page 2, Page 3: Akira Ohsone. An introduction to OpenSolaris and the Apache Roller server, including a discussion on Project Indiana, ZFS, and Zones, and issues around installing OpenSolaris on servers (such as mirroring your disk and preparing for live upgrade, etc). 
  2. To come.
  3. To come.
  4. Etc ...
Building an Enterprise System with OpenSolaris (2007 Series)
  1. Introduction to OpenSolaris: Akira Ohsone
  2. Installing OpenSolaris: Akira Ohsone
  3. Effective use of open source software: Daisuke Tsukada
  4. Getting started enterprise middle ware: Katsuya Tanaka
All these articles (and more) are being posted to the Japan OpenSolaris Portal.
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