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Java Enterprise System

Sun Java System is a brand used by Sun Microsystems to market computer software. The Sun Java System brand superseded the Sun ONE brand on September 2003. There are two major suites under this brand, the Sun Java Enterprise System suite of infrastructure software, and the Sun Java Desktop System graphical user environment.

Sun Java Enterprise System

The Sun Java Enterprise System is itself broken into smaller suites, which include:

Identity management services (Sun Java Identity Management Suite)

Business Integration - SOA (Sun Java Composite Application Platform Suite)

  • Sun Java ESB Suite
  • Sun Java B2B Suite

Web and application services

Portal services

Availability services (Sun Java Availability Suite)

  • Sun Cluster
  • Sun Cluster Agents
  • Sun Cluster Geographic Edition
  • Sun N1 Service Provisioning System

Development tools

  • Java Studio Enterprise
  • Java Studio Creator

Sun Java Desktop System

Main article: Java Desktop System

External links

  • Sun Java System Wiki
  • Java ES Interoperability Space


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