OpenSolaris

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OpenSolaris

The following definition was found at the web site listed under 'References' below. Find more definitions in David Spencer's Education Paragon Glossary.

"OpenSolaris is the state of the art, cutting edge operating system that provides a rich, coherent platform for building and running applications.

OpenSolaris offers free, built-in features that help you build, debug and deploy new applications faster. It's is an operating system (OS), an open source project licensed under CDDL, and a community. The project's goals are innovation, collaboration, and the extension of OpenSolaris technology."

From a Media release May 5, 2008.
SAN FRANCISCO, CA CommunityOne Developer Conference, May 5, 2008 Sun Microsystems, Inc. (NASDAQ: JAVA) and the global OpenSolaris community jointly announced immediate availability of the OpenSolaris Operating System (OS). OpenSolaris, based on Sun's Solaris kernel and created through community collaboration, delivers an unrivaled development and deployment environment offering the right mix of rapid innovation, platform stability and support to meet business and development needs. Sun Microsystems,5 May 2008 <http://www.sun.com/aboutsun/pr/2008-05/sunflash.20080505.2.xml>


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