Hot off the press on Sun Developer Network is Gary Williams's article, Perspectives on Quality Assurance for OpenDS, an eye-opening commentary on how quality is achieved in OpenDS, Sun's open-source project for developing a next-generation directory service.
If you're interested in the recent or popular community postings about Sun, don't miss the Community Voices site on
sun.com. Here are a few of the current headlines:
A December 2008 posting on Storage Stop, the Sun OpenSolaris Storage News blog, lists and links to videos on many of Sun's products and technologies.
Who doesn't enjoy reading predictions? Early last year, I came across a few articles that predict the high-tech happenings in 2008.
A recent Sun IDM Buzz TV video, hosted by senior product line manager Daniel Raskin, shines a light on the advantages of open-sourcing identity management software at Sun.
A recent Enterprise Networking Planet article, Will OpenSolaris 2008.11 Attract Linux Users?, starts with a comparison of the two operating systems and delves into the OpenSolaris 2008.11 features, complete with screen shots.
The latest podcasts on SDN Channel offer insights on a variety of topics:
For protected Java EE applications, you'd normally want to make certain resources, such as the welcome page, accessible without user authentication.