Oracle and Sun team up to provide .NET alternative

Filed under: — By Aviran Mordo @ 10:19 am

Sun and Oracle have established a new strategic partnership in an attempt to challenge Microsoft with what Oracle CEO Larry Ellison calls “standards-based systems.” According to Ellison and McNealy, their mutual goal is the production of a complete Java-centric enterprise datacenter architecture that leverages Solaris 10 and Oracle’s Fusion middleware. Designed specifically as an alternative to Microsoft’s .NET technology stack, the new platform is competitively priced and based on robust frameworks.

Source: arstechnica.com


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