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Operating Systems : Migrating to Sun Solaris .

 

 

Solaris Porting Project

c-Business server is far more powerful than simply sharing data among employees. A common knowledge base or workspace is maintained for all distributed team members including designers, engineers, sales, marketing, manufacturing, accounting, or any relevant individuals and groups. Every team member gains access to a single online work environment, depending on the access policies and the efforts of the virtual team are globally coordinated.

 

Mainframe Rehosting

All businesses must drive down operational costs to sustain long-term competitive advantage in the market. For IT organizations with large investments in mainframes, this is an increasing challenge. With no real competitors left in the mainframe server business, the cost of the associated hardware and software licenses continue their rapid rate of increase. The challenge for mainframe-based businesses today is how to keep the value of proven CICS and batch applications, while dramatically reducing the costs associated with mainframes.

 

Migration from Linux to the Solaris Operating Environment (SPARC or x86)

If you are ready to get started on your migration, you'll find a wealth of information right here. These pages will help you organize your migration from Linux to the Solaris OE (SPARC or x86). These pages cover the similarities and differences between the two environments in terms of architecture, memory management, and system calls. Also covered are Linux and Solaris application development environments, including IDEs, compilers, and source code control software

 

The Migration to Sun Platforms: HP e3000

After HP announced the discontinuation of development, sales and support for the HP e3000 server, customers realized that the decision to move off of this platform had been made for them. The only questions that remained were, when to move, and to which platform. The Migration to Sun Platforms: HP e3000 is intended to provide HP e3000 server customers with all of the information they need to make an informed decision on platform selection. The program's resources have been grouped into four categories, representing a roadmap for successful migration.

 

Migrate from an HP UX platform to Sun

It's never been easier to migrate from an HP UX platform. The Migration to Sun Platforms: HP UX provides information and resources to help guide developers through the migration effort. The program's resources have been grouped into five categories which represent a roadmap for successful migration:

 

Microsoft Windows Edition to Sun Platforms

The Migration to Sun Platforms provides information and resources to help guide developers through the migration effort. The program's resources have been grouped into five categories which represent a roadmap for successful migration:

 

Migration from NT to Sun Environment

“Our new technology has allowed Watley to compete in an entirely new industry. A large part of our success in the B2B financial services software licensing business is due to the quality of our software and our migration from NT to a UNIX® platform with Sun’s Solaris™ Operating Environment. Our UNIX platform and enterprise architecture clearly differentiate us to the large brokerage firms and banks to which we market our data delivery and transaction software.

 

 

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