OpenSolaris crosses the 100'000 milestone
By Matt Hosanee on Oct 13, 2008
In under five short months OpenSolaris 2008.05 has been installed on over 100,000 systems. The new OpenSolaris operating system distribution is a free, open source and innovative OS that signals a new era of opportunities for Sun partners and developers.
What's All The Buzz About?
Not only is the OpenSolaris OS easy to obtain, but it's also easy to install because it runs on over 1000 systems. It is full of unique features such as the new Image Packaging System (IPS), ZFS as the default filesystem, DTrace enabled packages for extreme observability and performance tuning, integrated CIFS (cross-platform file sharing), and many more.
View The Webcast
Hear Sun engineers and OpenSolaris enthusiasts discuss the new OpenSolaris OS and the OpenSolaris Community. This short webcast will provide you a solid foundation on OpenSolaris from which to build.
In this webcast you will learn:
\* The differences between Solaris and OpenSolaris operating systems and about new technologies that add additional capabilities and put a new face on a trusted platform
\* The latest enhancements that make OpenSolaris OS easier to acquire, install, use and maintain, and expanded coverage for desktops and laptops
\* Who's using it and why; the growth of the OpenSolaris OS community and who's involved
\* How commercial and open source developers can easily obtain support for the OpenSolaris operating system
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