March 12, 2009
A team of international student and Sun Campus ambassador Alper Celik, developed an open source networking solution at KTH – Stockholm, which converts a regular PC into a router !!!
OpenCASE is an Open Source project. This project’s outcome is a whole network solution completely based on open source software. Using OpenCASE solution, regular PCs can be turned into routers. But not only that, they can also run networking services like Network Administration, Traffic Monitoring, DNS, Web Server and so on.
Open source networking solution, which is 70% cheaper than proprietary alternatives in the market, developed to help capacity building in African Research and Education Networks. Open Case’s software, which is completely free, customizable and open for further improvements, has been developed to be used in regular PCs. The software provides complete network systems that include not only the routing but also the management and security means. Comparison tests against well known network companies’ products gave great results and proved what our technology can truly deliver on the promises of internet today.
If you are interested please have a look at to project web site. You can find our final report from here: http://www.tslab.ssvl.kth.se/csd/projects/0821116/sites/default/files/FinalReport.pdf
March 8, 2009
If you would like learn more about the JavaEE5/GlassFish security topic, please check Jagadesh Babu Munta’s blog post about the issue. Here is some part of his post :
It useful to have a reference for all GlassFish application server related information. Here is what I could collect now ( as part1)!
The security startup information is easily found at Security FAQ – https://glassfish.dev.java.net/javaee5/security/faq.html
Few other document resources
to read more click Jagadesh Babu Munta’s blog post.
February 19, 2009
Do you work on an innovative project based on FOSS technology? Have you experience with FOSS Communities and how they can change the nature of traditional project success ?
• Development and deployment in the cloud and virtualization
• Social networks and Web 2.0 trends
• RIAs, scripting, and tools
• Dynamic languages, databases, and Web and application servers
• Open-source projects, business models, and trends
• And more
Send an 150word (max) abstract to CommunityOne-Oslo@sun.com
We’re opening our doors. CommunityOne is an open developer conference sponsored by Sun Microsystems. After two capacity years in San Francisco, we’re rolling out the red carpet in Oslo in April. What can you expect at CommunityOne? No marketing hype or selling tactics, just the opportunity to evaluate open-source projects that span languages (Java(TM), PHP,Groovy, AJAX, Ruby, Python), operating systems (OpenSolaris(TM), Linux, Android), Web and application servers (GlassFish(TM), Apache), databases (MySQL(TM)), services, and more. And you can attend the CommunityOne Oslo main conference at no cost.
For more info please read this document.
January 29, 2009
The 1st session of “15-week JavaFX Programming (with Passion!)” free online course will start from Jan. 30th, 2009.
For registration, all you have to do is to send a blank email to the following email address.
This course runs very much like a regular college course in which the students are expected to do weekly homework after studying the presentation material and doing the hands-on lab but it is free and can be taken online. There is also class email alias where students can ask/answer questions.
For more information, please go to the course websites below.
Course topics: http://www.javapassion.com/javafx/#Topics
Course website: http://www.javapassion.com/javafx
Course FAQ: http://www.javapassion.com/coursefaq.html
November 20, 2008
It is a great pleasure for us to announce that KTH Sun OSUM Club is the first club in *EUROPE* to surpass 100 members and join the *OSUM Century Club* !
We would like to thank everyone who helped us through this process. Kent Åberg, Emil Granberg, Kjell Högstrom, Thorbiörn Fritzon and Stefan Alariksson just to name a few..
We will do our best to increase Sun’s market share, mind share, and partnerships through our events at KTH.
For our members, soon we are preparing a surprise for you ! Please follow our blog to hear about the details !
OSUM (pronounced “awesome”) is a global community of students that are passionate about Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) and how it is Changing (Y)Our World.
Sun created OSUM to encourage collaboration between student groups to create an even stronger open source community.
November 8, 2008
Today we organized an event under the Start-up day 2008. It was really nice to meet with 400 students and talk with them about open source, java, start up essentials, netbeans, solaris and other activities of KTH OSUM group. We believe with marketing of KTH OSUM club, we will soon reach 100 members. We proudly say that, we have a very good student community at KTH and they are really active and cool people. They are really high level students and also they have lots of entrepreneurial spirit.
Soon, we will start our Java learning seminars and we will organize at least 3-4 java seminars. We believe, we will be able to get at least 100 students again for this workshops and also try to help them to learn java and get certified by Sun Microsystems. Please continue to follow our blog and it will be nice to meet with all of you guys at java workshops. See you soon.
October 12, 2008
If you want to learn more about OpenStorage and D-Trace which are cutting edge technologies of OpenSolaris, it is time to get excited ! Because Solaris Product Specialist, Kjell Högström from Sun Microsystems is going to have a presentation about these new technologies on 28th of October, 2008 in Kista Campus (forum building) SAL-D at 5pm. We will also have a mingle session with refreshments along with Free DVDs and Operating System books.
Don’t miss this opportunity to listen to a professional and an experienced Unix administrator.
Click here for Facebook page for event…
For map click here…
More about the speaker :
Kjell Högström, Sun Microsystems AB,Sweden. He has been with Sun for nine years and since seven years ago he holds his position as product specialist for Solaris. Before joining Sun he worked at Uppsala University. He has seventeen years of Unix experience.