Part XII - June 2009

We held an action-packed event this past week at Sun offices in Somerset, NJ and New York City, NY - the recent in the semi-annual Developer Days series (Part XII) that we had started in 2004. Those of you that had attended - a sincere thank you!


Based on the types of feedback I've heard from attendees, it had been very well received. Many of you have shared your positive reactions regarding the content that various members of Sun's engineering organizations have contributed and flew in to share at events of this sort.  A good number of customer meetings were held one-on-one in parallel, and we encourage you to take advantage of events like these to reach out to the engineering community. As promised, all of the presentations from the event have been posted and are available as one compressed file here


Just to recap, the agenda that we followed is listed below. 


• Agenda
> 9:15am Welcome Back, Quick Sun Update – Isaac Rozenfeld
> 9:30am Evolution of the Network stack – Markus Flierl/Sunay Tripathi
> 10:30am x86 Fast Reboot & Power Aware Dispatcher – Sherry Moore
> 11:30am Resource Mgmt & Virtualization Update – Steve Lawrence
> 12:30pm Lunch
> 1:00pm Installation Updates – David Miner
> 2:00pm Solaris 10 5/09 Highlights & Directions – Isaac Rozenfeld
> 2:50pm Technology Case Studies – Peter Galvin
> 3:50pm Reliability for the Cloud – Hal Stern
> 4:45pm Q&A/Raffle


Special hats off to Peter Galvin of Corporate Technologies for presenting and helping sponsor the event!


Please do stay tuned for more announcements, as we intend to continue holding these types of events for customers and community.  Additionally, if you are interested in keeping an eye on what's going on in the NY area with OpenSolaris and Solaris technologies, take a stroll to the monthly-held meetings at the NYC OpenSolaris User Group


'till next time!



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Isaac Rozenfeld is a Product Manager for Oracle Solaris; current responsibilities include the portfolio of networking and installation technologies in Solaris, with a focus on easing the overall application deployment experience


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