Tarantella Enterprise 3, version 3.3. (Database/Network News and Products).
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Tarantella Enterprise 3, version 3.3 enables over 1,000 users to be supported from one Intel Linux system and in excess of 2,000 users from high-end SPARC (Scalable Performance ARChitecture) A family of RISC CPUs from Sun that runs mostly under Sun's Solaris, but also under Linux and BSD operating systems. After development began in the mid-1980s by David Patterson of the University of California at Berkeley and Bill or other RISC RISC
in full Reduced Instruction Set Computing
Computer architecture that uses a limited number of instructions. RISC became popular in microprocessors in the 1980s. systems. The software's array architecture allows users to consolidate co-located and distributed Tarantella servers into one management domain, providing enhanced fault tolerance. The solution adds a modular component structure, giving customers the choice of supported application types, security levels, array features and more.
New features in Tarantella Enterprise 3, version 3.3 include:
* Enhanced Directory Services integration to assist in the management of large user communities by harnessing information held in LDAP (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol) A protocol used to access a directory listing. LDAP support is implemented in Web browsers and e-mail programs, which can query an LDAP-compliant directory. datastores
* Advanced Load Management to optimize the performance of Windows and UNIXO/Linux application server farms
* Integration with strong authentication systems such as PKI (Public Key Infrastructure) A framework for creating a secure method for exchanging information based on public key cryptography. The foundation of a PKI is the certificate authority (CA), which issues digital certificates that authenticate the identity of , e.g. client certificates, and with industrial-strength third party products, such as Safeword Premier-Access and Netegrity SiteMinder
* Integration with SUN ONE Portal Server 6.0 to deliver legacy applications via the portal
* Support for new Tarantella server platforms including United Linux 1.0, Sun Linux 5, Solaris 9, RedHat 8 and IBM (International Business Machines Corporation, Armonk, NY, www.ibm.com) The world's largest computer company. IBM's product lines include the S/390 mainframes (zSeries), AS/400 midrange business systems (iSeries), RS/6000 workstations and servers (pSeries), Intel-based servers (xSeries) AIX 5.1
* Client support for the latest IE and Netscape browsers on Windows, Solaris and Linux, IE Windows using the latest Sun JVM, IE on Mac OS X 10.2+, and the recently announced Pocket PC client for HP iPaq
In conjunction with Tarantella Enterprise 3, version 3.3, the company will be introducing Customer Central, an on-demand, secure web-based facility whereby customers and partners can manage their support and maintenance subscriptions
A free 30-day evaluation version is available for download on the Tarantella download page at www.tarantelia.com/download