Microsoft is making its debut at Sun Microsystems' annual Java jamboree in what's looking like a mission of mutual support. The company will use its first ever JavaOne keynote speech Thursday to talk about the ability to use open-source infrastructure components built by Sun with Microsoft's nascent Azure cloud. Microsoft's come …
Don't trust a ho, never trust a ho.
You would have thought that Sun would have learned about the dangers of Dancing with the Devil by now......
I guess Microsoft must be more worried about Google's AppEngine than might have been expected. Admittedly Google beat them to market, and AppEngine is potentially a really nice product, but it is somewhat esoteric and immature at this stage. If Azure delivers even a fraction of what it claims to offer in a stable fashion (which I'm not claiming it will) it's pretty clear that the majority of people will flock to that over AppEngine.
Pressure Too Much?
You'd think on the run up to plugging some of the Glassfish-related projects they'd at lreast make sure the java.net site project sites were up. http://glassfish.dev.java.net
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