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Sun | Monday, February 1, 2010

Summary of Post-Oracle Links and Changes




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This running entry collects key announcements related to
Oracle's Acquisition of Sun;
some from the
Jan 27th event,
some from
companion webcasts,
and some later announcements.

The main theme of the acquisition is
"We're Changing the Way you Buy, Run and Manage Business Systems".


Main Entry Points:

From the
Software Segment
of the Strategy Webcast Series:


  • Jeet & Hasan
    on Java Strategy.
    Covers JavaFX, JavaSE, Blu-Ray, GlassFish, JavaCard, Developer Sites, JCP, JavaOne Java For Business.

  • Hasan Rizvi
    on Application Server. GlassFish, WebLogic, protecting investment in existing products, Oracle Application Grid, Grid Architecture, jRockit, Coherence, Tuxedo, OpenMQ, GlassFish WebStack and GF SpaceServer - and Liferay, Sun WebServer, Portal Server, Oracle WebCenter. Check slide 12 (and 6'12") for current level of details on WebLogic/GlassFish alignment.

  • Richard Sarwal and Steve Wilson
    on Oracle Enterprise Manager and xVM OpsCenter.
    Combined story covers discovery, provisioning, updating, monitoring - including for virtualized assets.
    Application-to-disk management.

  • OpenOffice, with Michael Bemmer. Open Source, name changes, Oracle value proposition, Web-Based version, JDeveloper support, Extensions, ODF-support, integration with other Oracle products.

  • Cloud
    with Richard Sarwal. A pretty good presentation covering
    IAAS, PAAS, SAAS; Private and Public Clouds;
    range from Silo > Grid > Private Cloud > Hybrid including Private and Public Cloud;
    cloud-in-a-box.
    Discontinuing the Sun public cloud offering
    but leveraging Sun's technology, including Q-Layer team for Oracle products
    that provide flexible, self-service, dynamic services.

  • Operating Systems
    by Edward Screven.

From the
Systems Segment
of the Strategy Webcast Series:

Other Links and Project Status:

Additional Information -
Oracle continues to update their site; see also:

Press, Analysts, Friends, Others:

A general comment is that we need some time to put the roadmap together;
remember that the Sun people could not work with Oracle folks before CiC, so,
if there had been a detailed roadmap it would have come from Oracle, not a collaboration...

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Comments ( 3 )
  • Cay Horstmann Tuesday, February 2, 2010

    Don't people write anything down anymore? What a hassle that one has to watch a video just to check up on these product plans.


  • tiffany jewellery Thursday, February 25, 2010

    We need a "list of the dead" so that customers can easily figure that they need to find a new solution.


  • mcahornsirup Friday, February 26, 2010

    Yes, this would be great!!! It seems like some projects are not very responsive anymore. We do not need business blabla screencasts but a list with the current and future status of a project!!!


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