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Sun Microsystems and BEA to Distribute BEA WebLogic Server 7.0 with Solaris 9 System Administrator's Kit

Sun Microsystems and BEA to Distribute BEA WebLogic Server 7.0 with Solaris 9 System Administrator's Kit

(December 20, 2002) - BEA Systems, Inc. and Sun Microsystems have agreed to distribute an evaluation version of BEA WebLogic Server 7.0 with the Solaris 9 Operating Environment System Administrator's Kit. The agreement is intended to maximize customer choice for J2EE application servers for enterprise and Web services, and provide customers a trial license of BEA WebLogic Server 7.0. Beginning with the January release of Solaris 9, BEA will offer a six-month trial license with each WebLogic Server 7.0 distributed via the Solaris 9 System Adminstrator's Kit.

Solaris 9 is a key component of the Sun Open Net Environment (Sun ONE), an open, integratable product portfolio designed to enable the development and delivery of Java Web services.

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Patrick Hooper 12/19/02 09:09:00 PM EST

What happened to the iPlanet app server? I have obviously missed something. Seems like if one's hardware sales are starting to sag and one needs to sell as much software as possible, why would you bundle someone else's app server with your OS?