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=== What Is the JumpStart Enterprise Toolkit ? ===
 
=== What Is the JumpStart Enterprise Toolkit ? ===
  
The JumpStart Enterprise Toolkit is the name given to the Sun Microsystems JumpStart Framework, developed by Sun in the UK. The toolkit is part of the N1 SPS suite and is available as a seperate download from [http://onesearch.sun.com/search/onesearch/index.jsp?col=downloads-products&qt=JumpStart+Enterprise+Toolkit Sun Download Centre]
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The JumpStart Enterprise Toolkit is the name given to the Sun Microsystems JumpStart Framework, developed by Sun in the UK.  
  
Sun have also started to use a wiki for documenting the features of JET - [http://wikis.sun.com/display/JET Sun JET Wiki]
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The toolkit was incorporated into the N1 SPS suite and might still be found within that (if you have access to it).
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Now Sun has been bought by Oracle, the download location has moved to: [http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/systems/jet-toolkit/index.html OTN]
  
 
=== JumpStart Information ===
 
=== JumpStart Information ===

Latest revision as of 22:11, 8 June 2012

JET Resources

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About JET

What Is the JumpStart Enterprise Toolkit ?

The JumpStart Enterprise Toolkit is the name given to the Sun Microsystems JumpStart Framework, developed by Sun in the UK.

The toolkit was incorporated into the N1 SPS suite and might still be found within that (if you have access to it).

Now Sun has been bought by Oracle, the download location has moved to: OTN

JumpStart Information

There are many benefits to using a framework to extend the functionality of JumpStart, for example:

  • improve the consistency of system installs
  • faster implementation of projects
  • improve build quality of the installations
  • embed company best practices

The toolkit is aimed at providing basic OS installations along with frequently used/requested addtional product installation, and minimal configuration.