Monthly Archives: September 2008

Access Manager Training @ Hyderabad

With only another couple of days more in FY09Q1, it’s safe to assume that I would have on my record an Access Manager session as the last one this quarter. It happened at Hyderabad and the folks who came in for it are in the picture below.

I would hope that very soon all of ’em would subscribe for the free OpenSSO training available at OpenSSO website, which no doubt would compliment the ILT on AM 3480 course they attended, especially to gain insights on topics like Session Failover and protecting J2EE Applications(Module 3 and Module 5 respectively in OpenSSO Training).

Before I take leave, let me also publish below their teach back sessions. I must say, they did a fantastic job in reviewing the whole course all over again on the final day.

Wishing you all a grand week ahead

I ain’t a Software Instructor

Sun isn’t a software company, neither a mere hardware vendor; it’s a Systems Company, where equal importance and attention is given to the Research & Development of components in both hardware (Servers and Storages) and Software portfolio. For rather a long period of time, my sessions have been more oriented on the Sun Software stack, obviously running myself into the danger of losing touch with the developments in the field of Sun Systems. Just when it seemed to me that I would be out of touch with Sun Hardware offerings, the folks in the published picture below came to my rescue by dropping in to Sun classroom for a discussion about Sun Fire HES. It was fun! Thank you all for some great time.

This evening I’m off to Hyderabad for an Access Manager training, a product which isn’t certainly a piece of hardware . But clearly, I ain’t a Software Instructor either!

Sun xVM Virtualization Portfolio


Today Sun announced Sun xVM portfolio, a compelling set of internet scale virtualization solutions that provide a new level of choice for companies looking to simplify their IT infrastructure. Click right here to watch its web event.

The set of components in the Sun xVM portfolio include:
* Sun xVM Server
* Sun xVM Ops Center
* Sun Virtual Desktop Infrastructure(VDI) Software
* Sun xVM Virtual Box 2.0

Interested in taking a xVM virtual tour. This is the place to go!