Helping Everyone Become An IT Innovator

from the lend-me-your-ears dept

As many of our readers already know, we've been producing several topical conversations on a variety of subjects via the Insight Community, and we'd like to introduce our newly sponsored site, IT Innovation, brought to you by Sun Microsystems and Intel. (You may have missed the subtle new 'IT Innovation' link added to the top of our page.) First and foremost, the goal of this effort for us here at Techdirt is to create interesting and useful content for our readers in the realm of server hardware and datacenter management.

We'll be covering trends in datacenters and skills for IT managers -- and asking the Insight Community for its input on generating relevant insights for future conversations. And as with any natural conversation, we're not 100% sure where the topics will lead because the ideas will develop and evolve as we discuss them. But we'll start with current trends, as well as far off predictions, advice and tips for IT managers, business tools, and try to delve deeper into the subjects that resonate with the community participants. If you're already a member of the Insight Community, you can contribute your thoughts on the datacenter upgrade process. If you're not already a member, you can join now.

Filed Under: datacenter, insight community, insights, it, server
Companies: intel, sun microsystems


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    Richard Corsale, 1 Dec 2009 @ 9:32am

    I would really like to talk about Sun's plans for Java now that Oracle is in the driver seat.

    Remember- when they were simply a part of the Java Community Process they repeatedly scolded Sun for not liberating Java and withholding the compatibility kit from projects that they didn't like (Such as Apache Harmony).. Now that they call the shots are they going to right this wrong, or take a "weeeeellllll we said that when we weren't in control of the monopoly (the monopoly is actually centered around the Java trade mark)"?

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