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10 Mar 2010 Oracle's Xen-based Server Virtualization Could Challenge Competitors [22901]
Oracle VM 3 Expected to be Released This Spring

The Oracle virtualization portfolio got a boost with the company's acquisition of Sun, and it has signaled a willingness to take on VMware. Oracle VM 3, which is expected this spring, will give Oracle credible Xen-based server virtualization that could challenge VMware, Microsoft and Citrix Systems Inc. -- at least in the tens of thousands of Oracle database and application shops. A SearchServerVirtualization.com article explores Oracle's virtualization play.
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10 Mar 2010 Oracle's Open Source Initiatives [22911]
Now the World's Largest Purveyor of Open Source Software

With its acquisition of Sun, Oracle is now the world's largest purveyor of open source software. However, as Ken Hess notes on the DaniWeb Forum Index, Oracle's support didn't start with its purchase of InnoDB, MySQL or Sun. The company has a history of supporting free and open source software and has done much for the FOSS community.
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21 Jan 2010 OpenSolaris News Bites [22744]
Short Items of Interest for the OpenSolaris Community

  • OpenSolaris Supports Sun Storage J4000 Arrays
  • ZFS send dedup integrated in OpenSolaris
  • Trusted Extensions Support for CUPS
  • iSCI Boot
  • Installing OpenSolaris on SPARC using LiveCD
  • iSCI SAN
  • Enabling xVM on OpenSolaris
  • Creating Paravirtualized CentOS 5.3 DomU
  • Configuring a Home File Server
  • Sun Supported IPS Repositories
  • Setting Keyboard Layouts
  • Other OpenSolaris Tips and Tricks

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29 Dec 2009 MySQL Performance in Virtualization Environment on xVM Hypervisor [22596]
Comparing the Database's Use of UFS and ZFS File System

Orgad Kimchi reports on a performance study of MySQL's behavior within a Xen virtualized environment based on the xVM hypervisor and how the database software makes use of the UFS and the ZFS file system. The system performance benchmark SysBench was applied to test base performance for the configurations used in this experiment.
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19 Oct 2009 Oracle VM Server Virtualization Software 2.2 [22490]
Latest Release Adds Support for Intel 5500 and Six-core AMD Processors

Oracle VM is server virtualization software that fully supports both Oracle and non-Oracle applications. The latest release is version 2.2, which features the latest Xen-based, industry-standard hypervisor, Xen 3.4, and provides performance enhancements for customers running Intel Xeon processor 5500 series, as well as six-core AMD Opteron processors.
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