Adopting Oracle VM for x86 has enabled Versace, the international fashion house, to reduce virtualization-related costs by 50 percent, while doubling the number of cores in production. Versace's new Oracle VM-based architecture, which also leverages Oracle Linux, has also enabled the company to reduce its physical number of servers by 40 percent, rack space by 25 percent and power consumption by 45 percent. Using the Oracle VM Template for Oracle E-Business Suite with Oracle Enterprise Manager for full stack management, Versace can now deploy a fully-managed enterprise application in development, test, and production environments in hours, jumpstarting their ERP upgrade. Versace's IT infrastructure also includes Oracle Database, Oracle Real Application Clusters, Oracle WebLogic Server, Oracle Hyperion solutions, Oracle Business Intelligence and BI Publisher and Oracle Warehouse Builder to power its critical business operations.
Managing Virtualization with Oracle VM
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