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Deliver in the cloud with a unique approach to server virtualization. This vendor spotlight features Monica Kumar, senior director, Product Marketing for Linux, Virtualization, and MySQL at Oracle, discussing the company’s virtualization offering. Oracle* VM is an application-driven virtualization solution that is designed to consolidate IT resources while enabling IT to deliver on-demand services rapidly and efficiently in a cloud environment. The solution virtualizes business-critical database and applications workloads for packaged and custom-built applications, with the ability to deliver large enterprise application workloads with higher efficiency and low overhead.
With the release of the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family, Oracle is able to offer advanced virtualization solutions that leverage the latest innovations in infrastructure technology. “The Oracle partnership with Intel goes back many years, and our engineering teams work closely together on the delivery of new virtualization features and enhanced capabilities such as performance, security, and reliability,” explains Kumar. “As a result, we have been able to quickly validate Oracle VM with the Intel Xeon processor E5 family.”
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