At the end of July, Oracle announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire Xsigo Systems, a leading provider of network virtualization technology. Xsigo's software-defined networking technology simplifies cloud infrastructure and operations by allowing customers to dynamically and flexibly connect any server to any network and storage, resulting in increased asset utilization and application performance while reducing cost. Here, learn more about Oracle and Xsigo, plus what you can learn about virtualization at Oracle OpenWorld and more.
Oracle Buys Xsigo “The proliferation of virtualized servers in the last few years has made the virtualization of the supporting network connections essential," said John Fowler, Oracle Executive Vice President of Systems. "With Xsigo, customers can reduce the complexity and simplify management of their clouds by delivering compute, storage and network resources that can be dynamically reallocated on-demand.”
Virtually Everywhere Oracle desktop virtualization offers a different approach to delivering enterprise desktops to end users. Don't run the desktop on the client machines, where it's insecure, where it's tough to manage, where basically you're tied to a device. Instead, why don't you use virtualization to run your desktop in a virtual machine in the data center? It's more secure, it’s easier to manage, and you can access it from more places and from more devices.
“All Things Virtualization” at Oracle OpenWorld 2012 Oracle Virtualization will be on full display at Oracle OpenWorld 2012. In addition to a multitude of sessions and hands-on labs, you'll also be able to see Oracle server and desktop virtualization firsthand in the Oracle OpenWorld DEMOgrounds.
New Release of Oracle VM Now Available In May, Oracle announced the availability of Oracle VM Server for x86 Release 3.1, the latest release of Oracle’s server virtualization solution designed to support rapid application deployment and simplify data center management from applications to disk. Replay the launch webcast.