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Marina Sum

Marina Sum, having been a writer for Sun since 1989 and a staff writer for
Sun Developer Network for several years, blogs mostly on Sun-sponsored open-source projects.

 

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Hot off the press on Sun Developer Network is Gary Williams's article, Perspectives on Quality Assurance for OpenDS...

If you're interested in the recent or popular community postings about Sun, don't miss the Community Voices site on sun.com. Here...

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...

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...

A recent Enterprise Networking Planet article, Will...

The latest podcasts on SDN Channel offer insights on a variety of topics:

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OpenSolaris 2008.11 became available earlier this month, a milestone that I highlighted in a December 10...

For protected Java EE applications, you'd normally want to make certain resources, such as the welcome page, accessible without user authentication.

The OpenSolaris Learning Cloud Service, an on-demand lab, offers all the features of recently released...

It's a milestone day for the OpenSolaris OS, Sun's open-source operating system: Release 2008.11 is now available. On the home page of...

Similar to a previous article on how to configure for federated single sign-on (SSO) for Google Apps through...

Interested in finding out how to put single sign-on (SSO) into effect in a PHP development environment? As its synopsis points out, the new Sun Developer Network article,...

Hugo Rivero, senior staff engineer at Sun's ISV Engineering team, and I recently cowrote an article for Sun Developer Network:...

Protecting applications with mandatory user logins through Policy Agents and OpenSSO, Sun's open-source Web-management project, requires no extra code.

Take a look at the OpenSolaris monthly newsletter called Ignite.

OpenSSO, Sun's open-source project for Web access management, was kicked off in July 2005. Now, over three years later, OpenSSO-based...

Interested in the Solaris OS? Sun has set up a Solaris campus in Second Life, ready for you to visit any...

OpenDS, Sun's open-source, LDAP directory-server project and an embedded configuration store in OpenSSO...

Indira Thangasamy, senior quality engineering manager for access and federation management at Sun, exudes competence and pride in his work in a recent...

Sun Web Stack, available from Sun in July, includes many preconfigured tools for Web development: Apache, MySQL, PHP, Python...

Last week, java.sun.com held a week-long Ask the Experts session on OpenSSO. The ...

Earlier this week, Sun announced Sun OpenSSO Enterprise 8.0, the commercial release of the...

OpenSSO, Sun's open-source project for access management and federation, has been gaining momentum since its inception in 2005 and now boasts a...