Sun Microsystems Inc. Solaris Midrange Server - ( v. 9 ) - license

Mfg. Part: SOLIS-090-Y999 | CDW Part: 676908 | UNSPSC: 43233004
  • ( v. 9 )
  • license
  • 16 processors
  • STD
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  • ( v. 9 )
  • license
  • 16 processors
  • STD
The Solaris 9 Operating System redefines the operating system to a services platform by combining traditional OS functionality, application services, and identity management. The Solaris 9 OS delivers the security, manageability and performance that IT professionals need to increase service levels and decrease costs and risks; it's the rock-solid foundation for solutions based on the Sun ONE software architecture. Customers can take full advantage of UltraSPARC processor-based systems, from smaller departmental servers to massive SunPlex clusters with hundreds of CPUs. Designed for multiprocessing and 64-bit computing, Solaris software scales to handle heavy traffic, huge data sets, and compute-intensive problems.

Sun's Solaris 9 Resource Manager software, now integrated into the Solaris 9 Operating Environment, helps system administrators manage system resources such as CPU, physical memory, and network bandwidth, more effectively.

Solaris Volume Manager, a disk and storage management solution that's been integrated into the Solaris 9 Operating Environment, helps provide high data availability and reliability, enhanced system and I/O performance, and simple large system and disk administration.

Solaris Naming and Directory Services in the Solaris 9 Operating Environment combine standard naming and directory technology with enhanced security to provide a comprehensive and reliable naming service.

Based on the concept of managing and provisioning entire software configurations as a single, integrated software stack, Sun Management Center Change Manager delivers a fast and easy way to install, configure, upgrade, provision, and audit the integrated software application payloads running on your systems.

From integrated security services and applications to enhanced encryption algorithms all the way to an enterprise firewall for network protection, the Solaris 9 Operating Environment sets a new standards for operating system security by addressing security needs at every layer.

Solaris IP Multipathing (IPMP), Sun's Network Multipathing implementation for the Solaris 9 Operating Environment, provides resilience from network adapter failure, is easy to use, and enables a server to have multiple network ports connected to the same subnet.

With Mobile IP, which has been available in the Solaris Operating Environment since June 2000, a mobile computer can change its location to a foreign network and still be able to communicate as if it were located on its home network.

Both the Solaris Operating Environment and Linux are driving growth, innovation, and success of UNIX software and network computing. The Solaris 9 Operating Environment builds on this success by delivering built-in Linux compatibility.

Developing the most feature-rich and innovative applications in the Java language deserves the most reliable and scalable platform - the Solaris Operating Environment.
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