Sun Microsystems appears to have open sauced many of the software components that make up its elusive FISHworks NetApp killer. The company, on a regular basis, frees up code found in its Solaris operating system to the so-called OpenSolaris community. The latest code dump features a host of storage-centric software. Sun …
AnalySIS.... from a Bonded Data Warehouse
"The Fully Integrated Software and Hardware technology came out of the minds of some of Sun's top Solaris engineers.
So far, Sun has provided little information on exactly what FISHworks will entail, although it did demonstrate a NAS device running the software to analysts during a recent meeting. We've yet to find an analyst that bothered to describe the system in a meaningful way – thanks, guys – and Sun refuses to speak to the press about the FISH food."
Software creating Hardware creating Future's Hardened Software. S.M.A.R.T. Mk UltraSparc AI Processing for Total Information Awareness Fields of Operations.
The Grid building ITs Own Quantum Operating System to rebuild with Computer Systems...... thus to Energise the IT Sector lest IT Stagnate rather than Invigorate.
It will also allow for Internet Control Interfaces to be Phased into Use.
All in all, QuITe a Coup for Open Source Solaris and Sun Technology.
What next? What would you like to do now with Internet Flight Controls?
Don't forget the recent sharemgr work
Do not discount the work done to allow scriptable management of shares and to speed up the loading/unloading of shares - see http://blogs.sun.com/dougm/.
- Review Is it an iPad? Is it a MacBook Air? No, it's a Surface Pro 3
- Hello, police, El Reg here. Are we a bunch of terrorists now?
- Microsoft refuses to confirm 'Windows 9' unzip lip slip
- The Register to boldly go where no Vulture has gone before: The WEEKEND
- Netflix swallows yet another bitter pill, inks peering deal with TWC