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Posted Feb 16, 2007

SAMP Offers Unix-Based Alternative to LAMP

By DatabaseJournal.com Staff

[From TechNewsWorld]

Sun Microsystems announced this week the release of an optimized AMP stack for its Unix-based Solaris 10 operating system and an expansion of its open source developer tools.

Dubbed "SAMP" (for Solaris plus AMP), the open source platform provides software developers and start-up enterprises enhanced programming tools to deploy a Web infrastructure . The AMP module consists of the open source programs Apache server, database MySQL and the Perl or PHP (Hypertext Preprocessor) scripting languages. The Sun release includes the object-relational database management system PostgreSQL and the Python programming language.

The article continues at http://www.technewsworld.com/story/PqlwBC7Ir6HQ1c/SAMP-Offers-Unix-Based-Alternative-to-LAMP.xhtml

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