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May 2018
Develop on VirtualBox and Deploy to the Cloud
Develop on VirtualBox and Deploy to the Cloud
Watch this demo and see how easy it is to develop on premise with Oracle VM VirtualBox and deploy to the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Watch now.
Easily Deploy a KVM Host Environment on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
Easily Deploy a KVM Host Environment on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
Learn how to easily deploy Oracle Linux KVM host and guest VMs on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure with tools packaged in the new Oracle Linux KVM image for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Get the details
Day in the life of an IT manager – Rapid deployments
Day in the life of an IT manager – Rapid deployments
Be the hero in your data center. See how Oracle Linux, along with the Oracle Container registry, makes it easy to rapidly deploy new services. Watch now.
New Oracle VM Templates for Oracle Database
Oracle VM Templates for Oracle Database are designed to provide a fast and easy way of deploying Single Instance or Oracle Real Application Clusters in Oracle VM for test as well as production environments. The new templates include the latest bits for different Oracle Database and Oracle Linux releases. Find out more.
Oracle VM VirtualBox New Release
Oracle VM VirtualBox 5.2.12 adds support for Linux kernel 4.17, fixes guest issues with the kernel 3.10.0-862 used in RHEL 7.5 and Oracle Linux 7.5. It also delivers 3D fixes for recent guests. Get the details.
Oracle VM VirtualBox 5.2: unattended Guest OS install
VirtualBox 5.2 introduced a very cool enhancement: unattended Guest OS installation Thanks to this feature you can get a Virtual Machine automatically and completely installed without human intervention. See a quick example.
Oracle Vagrant Boxes Repository on Github:
A Vagrant box provisions Oracle software automatically, using Vagrant, an Oracle Linux box, and a shell script. With Oracle VM VirtualBox, Oracle Linux and Vagrant, you can easily build a consistent workflow to create Linux environments whose configuration and dependencies are isolated from your development environment. The Oracle Vagrant boxes repository on GitHub provides a streamlined way to create virtual machines with Oracle software configured and ready to go.
  • Oracle Container Services for use with Kubernetes
    You can quickly set up Oracle Container Services for use with Kubernetes. Get the details.
  • Oracle Linux 7 LAMP stack, ready-to-run!
    A ready-to-run Vagrant Box, based on Oracle Linux 7, Software Collections 3.0 and MySQL 5.7 Community Edition is available on the Vagrant boxes GitHub repository. Find out more.
  • DockerEngine on Oracle Linux 7
    A dedicated Vagrant Box, running Oracle Linux 7 with Docker on top of your Host Operating System; ready to go. Learn how.
  • Quick and Easy Installation of Oracle Database 12c on Oracle Linux in Oracle VM VirtualBox
    Learn how to do a automated installation of Oracle Database 12c on Oracle Linux running in an Oracle VM VirtualBox guest. Read more.
Backup Utilities for Oracle VM
Easily manage backups and restores of Virtual Machines running on Oracle VM 3.4.with the new ovm-bkp v1.0 Backup Utilities tool. Get the details.
Oracle Secure Global Desktop 5.4
Oracle SGD is a secure remote access solution for cloud-hosted enterprise applications and hosted desktops running on Oracle Linux and other Linux distributions, Oracle Solaris, Microsoft Windows, and mainframe servers. This new release of Oracle SGD comes with many new features, enhancements, and bug fixes. Find out more.
GraalVM: Run Programs Faster Anywhere
GraalVM provides high performance for individual languages and interoperability with zero performance overhead for creating polyglot applications. Find out more.
Oracle VM Server for SPARC
Oracle VM Server for SPARC 3.5.0.2 is released and integrated into Oracle Solaris 11.3 Support Repository Updates (SRU) 31. Get the details.
Whitepaper 'Oracle VM Server for SPARC Best Practices' updated
This whitepaper has been updated and contains additional guidance on configuring for resiliency, performance and sizing, updated information on using Single Root I/O Virtualization (SR-IOV), and considerations for new servers. Read the whitepaper.
Launch and configure an Oracle VM Manager Instance
Launch and configure an Oracle VM Manager Instance
This video demonstrates how to launch and configure an Oracle VM Manager Instance for use in the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Watch now.
Launch and configure an Oracle VM Server Instance
Launch and configure an Oracle VM Server Instance
This second video shows how to configure and launch an Oracle VM Server Instance for use in the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Watch now.
Practical DevOps with Linux and Virtualization
Practical DevOps with Linux and Virtualization
As part of Oracle Code Online 2018, this new session offers a practical, and live, hands-on example of how to implement Infrastructure as code and build repeatable development building blocks for both solo developers and teams. The next session is on May 29 11:30 AM IST. Register now.
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Partner Spotlight
  • Storware vProtect is an enterprise backup solution for virtual environments. It facilitates the implementation of virtual machine backups running on Oracle VM. The latest release of Storware vProtect provides a new UI, CLI, open API, app server and database and introduces several improvements and security enhancements. With vProtect and Oracle VM you can scale horizontally with multi-node centralized management and store backups in different backup destinations. Find out more.
  • The newest release of Morpheus v2.11.1 has added support for Oracle VM. Morpheus customers can now integrate directly with Oracle VM Manager to provision, manage, backup, and automate Oracle VM Server with the new Oracle VM cloud type.
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