Solaris is a Unix operating system originally developed by Sun Microsystems in 1993. Part of what makes Solaris valuable is the ease at which one can new capability or to fix problems without having to restart the system. It has a stability attributed to evolving through a number of versions, and because of this Solaris has exercised and fixed almost any code path that might break. It can be upgraded, monitored, and controlled from a remote console and is highly scalable, which means it can move from one processor to another without any runtime errors. It includes security features that include support for IPSec, Kerberos, AMI, and smart cards.
Access the full directory at: http://leadferret.com/directory/solaris-experts
Familiarity with Solaris is a highly technical skill, but information both about people who have expertise, as well as companies who use it, has previously been far less accessible. Thanks to the release of their latest directory, LeadFerret users will now have access to complete information, including email addresses, social media links and more, of professionals who consider themselves to be experts when it comes to worth with and using Solaris, and who are likely working for companies that make use of Solaris. This information will allow for the ability to make more targeted, precise marketing campaigns, in addition to having access to in addition to the millions of records outside of that specific directory.
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