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Solaris On Demand for Sun Partners

You are an Independent Software Vendor, and you want to develop, port, or test your application on Solaris or OpenSolaris? Sun's online Virtual Lab environment - EZQual - makes it easy for you, and it's free!

The Lab features pre-installed SPARC or x86 processor-based Sun servers with development tools (SunStudio and Netbeans), Java, AMP, memcached, Squid, Httplight, PostgreSQL, Solaris or OpenSolaris, and more.

In addition, thanks to the Sun's Secure Global Desktop, accessing this secure development environment over the Internet is just like running Solaris on your own laptop:

Want to know more? Check out the EZQual web page.

Log Buffer #109: A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

It’s time again for another edition of the weekly review of database blogs, Log Buffer. Since it was a big week for SQL Server, let’s start there, shall we?

The big news — SQL Server 2008 is released, as reported by, in seven different versions. Aaron Bertrand introduces a new kid on the block: SQL Server 2008 Web Edition — “. . . designed for highly available Internet …

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Log Buffer #108: A Carnival of the Vanities for DBAs

Welcome to the 108th edition of Log Buffer, the weekly review of database blogs.

With almost no ado at all, let’s begin with the bad news–from StatisticsIO and Jason Massie: The Death of the DBA. And who is the perpetrator of this crime? The Cloud! It sounds like something from a John Carpenter movie, doesn’t it?

Let’s see what Jason is thinking. “I’d like to retire a SQL Server DBA with 40 years experience but I don’t think that will happen. The cloud is coming and it is bad news administrators, database or otherwise. …

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