Sun Microsystems is guiding the spotlight away from a once-prominent feature of Solaris 10.
The feature, code-named Janus and not yet released, lets Linux applications run on its Solaris operating system. Sun instead is emphasizing a related open-source alternative called Xen.
Sun had touted Janus as a useful tool to help customers drop Linux in favor of Solaris, Sun’s version of Unix. Sun offers the software to interested customers, but now expects customers that run Linux applications to be more interested in on an ordinary version of Linux.
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