8/30/2002 - Sun Microsystems announced that each SunNetworkSM 2002 Conference and Pavilion attendee will receive a complimentary version of the SunTM ONE Developer Platform, SolarisTM 9 Operating Environment, the Sun ONE Starter Kit, the StarOfficeTM 6.0 Office Suite and a reference book entitled, "Getting Started with Sun ONE Special Edition." The complimentary software set is worth more than $5,000 and provides Sun's customers and developers with the tools and implementation software that will allow them to architect a comprehensive JavaTM Web Services solution. The SunNetwork Conference runs September 18-20, 2002, at the San Francisco Moscone Center.
"The SunNetwork conference offers a tremendous advantage to those attendees who are in the process of developing and deploying Java Web services in their networks," said Mark Bauhaus, vice president, Sun ONE Web Services Products, Sun Microsystems, Inc. "The Sun ONE Developer Platform, and the practical sessions presenting Web services architecture and design offered during the conference provide the best starting point for developers who want to build a secure and reliable Web-services-delivery framework."
The Sun ONE Developer Platform is the single, integrated software offering that includes the latest versions of Sun's tools and middleware servers including Sun ONE Application Server, Sun ONE Portal Server, Sun ONE Identity Server, Sun ONE Integration Server, Sun ONE Studio, Sun ONE Application Framework and the Sun ONE Connector Builder.
The Sun ONE Developer Platform provides a comprehensive development and test environment that spans multiple developer roles, integrates various information systems and provisions services by user roles in order to build end-to-end portals and applications. The offering leverages the latest Java, XML and Web-services standards, and the tools included in this environment are built on top of the NetBeansTM platform to maximize developer productivity. The output for these tools can be deployed to a variety of Sun ONE servers and operating environments that allow businesses to easily simulate a production environment for rapid time to market.
Visit sun.com/sunnetwork and learn how the $795 registration fee will get attendees not only over $5,000 worth of free software, but also have the opportunity to attend in-depth sessions on Sun's system architecture, network and system management, service-development techniques, and other topics; hear keynotes from Sun's top executives and technical minds; and network with Sun executives, press, analysts and peers. Register by August 31, 2002 to save $200 off the full conference registration price.
About SunNetwork Conference and Pavilion
The SunNetwork Conference and Pavilion is the only conference dedicated to showcasing end-to-end solutions from Sun and its partners that have revolutionized the internet, networking and computing industries. SunNetwork offers in-depth sessions on Sun system architecture, network and computing management, services development tools and techniques. SunNetwork will bring Sun's partners, customers and developers together to solve their technology and networking challenges.
About Sun ONE
Sun ONE, the integration of Sun's award-winning portfolio of software products, is Sun's vision, architecture, platform and expertise that enables the delivery and deployment of services on demand. Through its open, integratable architecture, Sun ONE extends current enterprise systems to help reduce costs and complexity while improving organizations return on assets.
About Sun Microsystems (sun.com)
Since its inception in 1982, a singular vision — "The Network Is The ComputerTM" — has propelled Sun Microsystems, Inc. (Nasdaq: SUNW) to its position as a leading provider of industrial-strength hardware, software and services that make the Net work. Sun can be found in more than 170 countries.
Sun, Sun Microsystems, the Sun logo, Java, Solaris, NetBeans, SunNetwork and The Network Is The Computer are trademarks of Sun Microsystems in the United States and other countries.
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