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19 Sep 2014 Choosing 64 and/or 32 bit Java [38352]
By Erik Costlow

The Java Platform was designed to allow applications to run on different hardware stacks and operating systems without changes. Java is available on Microsoft Windows in 64 and 32 bit versions, allowing users to get the appropriate version for their system. Users can even run both side-by-side for 64 bit operating systems.

End-users should visit Java.com and click the Free Java Download link. The site will auto-detect the web browser and serve the appropriate download.

For an explanation of how the website makes that determination, please see 'Which Java download should I choose for my 64-bit Windows operating system.'
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02 Jul 2014 Oracle VM 3.3 Delivers Enterprise-Scale Performance Enhancements [37207]
More Flexibility, Ease of Use, and Management Features

Oracle VM Release 3.3, Oracle's latest server virtualization product, delivers enhanced ease of use for x86 and SPARC architectures, improved management features, and expanded support for both Oracle and non-Oracle workloads, including support for OpenStack - providing customers and partners with additional choices and interoperability. This release continues to enable rapid enterprise application deployment and simplify lifecycle management.

Oracle VM's application-driven architecture continues to deliver support for a wide range of enterprise applications including Oracle and non-Oracle application workloads with updated Oracle VM paravirtual (PV) drivers for Microsoft Windows.

Oracle VM 3.3 adds improvements to unified virtualization management for x86 and SPARC systems running Oracle VM Server, in a single console.

Oracle VM is available as a free download with zero license cost and world-class enterprise support.
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08 May 2014 Oracle VM's Growing Ecosystem [36266]
Oracle VM supports a broad range of the guest operating systems

Honglin Su writes, "In the x86 server virtualization market, Oracle VM continues growing its ecosystem.

Oracle VM supports a broad range of the guest operating systems such as Oracle Solaris, Oracle Linux, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, and Microsoft Windows.

For Windows guests, we have paravirtual (PV) drivers that provide improved network and disk throughput to run fully virtualized Windows guests on Oracle VM. Oracle VM Windows PV Drivers are signed by Microsoft. Oracle is a participant of Microsoft Windows Server Virtualization Validation Program (SVVP)..."
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08 May 2014 Oracle VM's Growing Ecosystem [36266]
Oracle VM supports a broad range of the guest operating systems

Honglin Su writes, "In the x86 server virtualization market, Oracle VM continues growing its ecosystem.

Oracle VM supports a broad range of the guest operating systems such as Oracle Solaris, Oracle Linux, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, and Microsoft Windows.

For Windows guests, we have paravirtual (PV) drivers that provide improved network and disk throughput to run fully virtualized Windows guests on Oracle VM. Oracle VM Windows PV Drivers are signed by Microsoft. Oracle is a participant of Microsoft Windows Server Virtualization Validation Program (SVVP)..."
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08 May 2014 Oracle VM's Growing Ecosystem [36266]
Oracle VM supports a broad range of the guest operating systems

Honglin Su writes, "In the x86 server virtualization market, Oracle VM continues growing its ecosystem.

Oracle VM supports a broad range of the guest operating systems such as Oracle Solaris, Oracle Linux, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, and Microsoft Windows.

For Windows guests, we have paravirtual (PV) drivers that provide improved network and disk throughput to run fully virtualized Windows guests on Oracle VM. Oracle VM Windows PV Drivers are signed by Microsoft. Oracle is a participant of Microsoft Windows Server Virtualization Validation Program (SVVP)..."
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