Backed by affordable enterprise support for hybrid environments, Oracle Virtualization reduces operation and support costs while increasing IT efficiency and agility—on premises and in the cloud.
Open source Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) is part of Linux and is gaining market share and becoming the standard for many cloud vendors. Read this analyst paper to learn why.
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Learn about the speed and security of lightweight Kata Containers as compared to other containers such as Docker containers.
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Open source KVM environment and oVirt-based management with enterprise-grade performance and support from Oracle. Included with Oracle Linux Premier Support.
Award-winning open source desktop virtualization software makes it quick and easy to operate secure, multiplatform operating systems on a single workstation and deploy applications to remote workers or any cloud securely.
Kata Containers is part of Oracle Linux Cloud Native Environment and is an Open Container Initiative (OCI)-compliant runtime that uses lightweight virtual machines to provide isolation using hardware virtualization technology.
Oracle VM Server goes beyond simple server consolidation to accelerate application deployment and simplify lifecycle management.
Efficient, enterprise-class virtualization capabilities in Oracle SPARC Servers—together with the Oracle Solaris operating system—allow you to create up to 128 virtual servers on one system.
Customers across a variety of industries worldwide are succeeding with Oracle virtualization software. Oracle virtualization fully supports both Oracle and non-Oracle applications, delivering more efficient performance, simplified management, and lower TCO.
KVM is a hypervisor in the mainline Linux kernel that can simplify the deployment of virtual machines in hybrid clouds.
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John Priest, Director of Product Management
The Oracle Linux and Virtualization team is pleased to announce the release of Oracle Linux Virtualization Manager version 4.4. Oracle Linux Virtualization Manager is now included with Oracle Linux 8, supports Oracle Linux 8 Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) compute hosts, and is based on the 4.4 release of the open source oVirt project. This server virtualization management platform can be easily deployed to configure, monitor, and manage an Oracle Linux KVM environment with enterprise-grade performance and support from Oracle.Read the complete post
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