Oracle VM

Virtualization is the process of abstracting computing resources such that multiple operating system and application images can share a single physical server, bringing significant cost-of-ownership and manageability benefits. Through its Oracle VM product, Oracle offers scalable, low-cost server virtualization for heterogeneous applications.

Oracle VM: Technical Product Information, Specifications, and Features


 See also: Oracle VM Homepage | Oracle VM Wiki | Virtualization Architect Center | Linux Technology Center | oss.oracle.com | Oracle University

Oracle VM Technical White Papers
 Creating and Using Oracle VM Templates: The Fastest Way to Deploy Any Enterprise Software (PDF)  Oracle VM - Creating & Maintaining a Highly Available Environment for Guest VMs (PDF)
 Oracle VM Template Developer's Guide: Creating Pre-Built VMs for Rapid Software Deployment (PDF)  Using Oracle Clusterware to Protect Oracle VM Manager (PDF)
 Converting Linux and Windows Physical and Virtual Machines to Oracle VM Virtual Machines (PDF)  Oracle Real Application Clusters in Oracle VM Environments (PDF)
 Oracle VM High Availability: Hands-on Guide to Implementing Guest VM HA (PDF)    


Oracle VM Documentation & Training| See All
 Quick Start Guide  Manager Install Guide
 Server Install Guide  Manager User Guide
 Server User Guide  Manager Release Notes
 Server Release Notes  Template Builder Installation and User Guide
 Windows Paravirtual Drivers Installation Guide for Microsoft Windows  Virtualization Management with Oracle Enterprise Manager
 Oracle VM Manager Web Services API Reference  Online Training: Using Oracle RAC OneCommand Virtual Machine Templates


Oracle Unbreakable Linux
 Unbreakable Linux Support FAQ (PDF)  Unbreakable Linux Support Data Sheet (PDF)
 Unbreakable Linux Network  Oracle Validated Configurations
 Oracle VM Templates    

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