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November 21, 1993


By CBR Staff Writer

Sun Microsytems Inc satellite SunIntegration Services, set up to develop and implement integration systems for customers, has introduced a set of tools to help users to move to client-server environments. The software, collectively called the Sun Enterprise Toolset, was originally developed to integrate a client-server framework internally within Sun. The five new tools include: SunDANS Distributed Administration of Network Software, which enables a firm to distribute and manage software products across any network; SunRAI Remote Application Interface, which enables direct and unmodified communication between Unix and legacy systems; Sun Paperless Reporter, which provides an electronic and viewing system for on-line information; Sun ConsoleServer, which enables a system adminstrator to control multiple local and remote systems; and the Sun DataCenter Scripts, which provides a set of programs that help automate and customise complex data administration tasks. The Sun Enterprise Toolset will start to ship next year.

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