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24 Aug 2016 Oracle VM Server for SPARC Released [55647]
By Honglin Su

Honglin blogs, "We are pleased to announce the latest maintenance update of Oracle VM Server for SPARC. For a list of enhancements and bug fixes, see Oracle VM Server for SPARC Supplemental Release Notes.This update has been integrated into Oracle Solaris, refer to Oracle Solaris 11.3 Support Repository Updates (SRU) Index [ID 2045311.1]..."
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18 Aug 2016 Oracle VM VirtualBox 5.1.4 [55415]
By Simon Coter

Simon blogs, "Oracle has released VirtualBox 5.1 Maintenance Release 4. This release includes a number of improvements and bug fixes from first release of Oracle VM VirtualBox 5.1. Between them we can mention:

  • GUI: show actual VM uptime in the session information window
  • Audio: re-enabled speakers for Mac OS X guests (5.1.0 regression)
  • Linux installer: fixed some scripting issues
  • Windows hosts: fixed corrupted mouse pointers with some Linux and Solaris guests
  • Linux Additions: made the video driver work on kernel 4.7 and later
  • Windows Additions: auto-resizing fixes for Windows 10 guests

See all the details here with a complete list of bug fixes..."
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29 Jul 2016 Oracle VM 3.4 - Upgrade Utilities [54803]
By John Priest

John blogs, "This is another blog in the series to give the Oracle VM community some additional information on the 3.4 release that we delivered earlier this year. The topics that we covered in previous Oracle VM 3.4 blogs include:

  • Oracle VM 3.4 Ease of Use Enhancements
  • Oracle VM 3.4 Performance Gains
  • Oracle VM 3.4 Dom0 Enhancements
  • Solutions with Command Line Interface
  • Integrating Oracle VM with Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux
  • Oracle VM Hierarchical Viewer

This week, we are going to share a little more information on a couple of useful tools to help upgrade your 3.2 or 3.3 environment to Oracle VM 3.4..."
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22 Jul 2016 Enhanced Oracle VM Utilities [54630]
Oracle VM Release 3.4 is Oracle's latest server virtualization product

John Priest write, "Oracle VM Release 3.4, Oracle's latest server virtualization product, delivers many important new features and enhancements to enable rapid enterprise application deployment throughout public and private cloud infrastructure. The new release continues expanding support for both Oracle and non-Oracle workloads - providing customers and partners with additional choices and interoperability - including the capability to enable OpenStack support. .."

"In April 2016 Oracle VM 3.4 was released. To accompany the Oracle VM for x86 release the Oracle VM utilities (patch ID 13602094 available from My Oracle Support) was updated.

Version 2.1.0 is the latest version of the utilities and is supported with Oracle VM Manager 3.3.x and 3.4.x.

Version 2.1.0 delivers the following enhanced functionality from the previous 2.0.1 version:..."
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22 Jul 2016 Friday Spotlight: Easily Create 3rd Party Hardware Driver for Oracle VM Server [54632]
By Simon Coter

Simon blogs, "Oracle VM Server for x86 is engineered for open cloud infrastructure. More and more partners are endorsing Oracle VM to help customers transform their legacy data centers to cloud, and there are great demands to support a broad range of hardware platforms. Oracle VM Server 3.4 is the latest release which has been updated to Oracle Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel Release 4 to bring not only performance improvements; but also rapid driver availability and streamlined partner certifications with Oracle Linux.

As many of you know that the run-time of Oracle VM Server dom0 (management domain) only contains a minimum set of packages, and it does not provide the additional development packages needed for building modules and/or drivers..."
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