Synonyms for illumos or Related words with illumos

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Examples of "illumos"
Core system software continues to be developed as illumos used in illumos distributions such as SmartOS, OpenIndiana and others.
Following acquisition of Sun by Oracle , Opensolaris continued to develop in open under illumos with illumos distributions.
Illumos is a fork of the former OpenSolaris ONNV aiming to further develop the ONNV and replacing the closed source parts while remaining binary compatible. The following products are based upon Illumos:
The illumos project itself is built with GCC since June 15, 2012.
On Solaris and illumos, for example, the syntax for reading is:
Its source code is now available in all open source derivatives of Solaris, such as Illumos.
For extended selection, the pkgsrc system supported by Joyent readily provides 14000+ packages for illumos systems.
OpenIndiana is a free and open-source, Unix operating system derived from OpenSolaris and based on Illumos. Developers forked OpenSolaris after Oracle Corporation discontinued it, in order to continue development and distribution of the source code. The OpenIndiana project is stewarded by the illumos Foundation, which also stewards the Illumos operating system. OpenIndiana's developers strive to make it "the defacto OpenSolaris distribution installed on production servers where security and bug fixes are required free of charge".
Since then many more illumos distributions are available for use, continuing development in open or offering support.
Dyson is a Unix general-purpose operating system derived from Debian using the illumos kernel, libc, and SMF init system.
At OpenStorage Summit 2010, the new logo for illumos was revealed, with official type and branding to follow over.
OpenIndiana uses OpenZFS with feature flags as implemented in Illumos. ZFS version 28 used up to version 151a3.
Joyent uses and supports open source projects, including Ruby on Rails, Node.js, Illumos and SmartOS, which is its own distribution of Illumos, featuring its port of the KVM Hypervisor for abstracting the software from the hardware, DTrace for troubleshooting and systems monitoring, and the ZFS file system to connect servers to storage systems. The company open-sourced SmartOS in August 2011.
The original plan explicitly stated that illumos would not be a distribution or a fork. However, after Oracle announced discontinuing OpenSolaris, plans were made to fork the final version of the Solaris ON kernel allowing illumos to evolve into a kernel of its own.
Illumos, which is derived from OpenSolaris, provides upstream source code for other ZFS implementations. While there are various differences between the illumos ZFS codebase and other open-source implementations of ZFS, OpenZFS is strategically reducing existing platform-related differences in order to ease sharing of the source code.
illumos is lightly led by founder Garrett D'Amore and other community members/developers such as Bryan Cantrill and Adam Leventhal, via a Developers' Council.
Like OpenSolaris, NexentaStor is a Unix-like operating system. Nexenta Systems started NexentaStor as a fork of another OpenSolaris distribution, Illumos.
illumos is a free and open-source Unix operating system. It derives from OpenSolaris, which in turn derives from SVR4 UNIX and Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD). illumos comprises a kernel, device drivers, system libraries, and utility software for system administration. This core is now the base for many different open-sourced OpenSolaris distributions, in a similar way in which the Linux kernel is used in different Linux distributions.
SmartOS is a free and open-source SVR4 hypervisor, based on the UNIX operating system that combines OpenSolaris technology with Linux's KVM virtualization. Its core kernel contributed to illumos project. It features several technologies: Crossbow, DTrace, KVM, ZFS, and Zones. Unlike other illumos distributions, SmartOS employs NetBSD pkgsrc package management. SmartOS is designed to be particularly suitable for building clouds and generating appliances. It is developed for and by Joyent, but is open-source and free to use by anyone.
OpenSolaris was the open-source counterpart to Solaris developed by Sun Microsystems, which included a CDDL-licensed kernel and a primarily GNU userland. However, Oracle discontinued the project upon their acquisition of Sun, which prompted a group of former Sun employees and members of the OpenSolaris community to fork OpenSolaris into the illumos kernel. As of 2014, illumos remains the only active open-source System V derivative.