Just released, the Oracle VM Administration: Oracle VM Server for x86 course explores building the infrastructure for cloud computing. Expert Oracle University instructors will show you how to support enterprise applications by deploying pooled server resources to create virtual machines.
You can take this 3-day instructor-led course as a:
To help us design Oracle Secure Global Desktop better, we would like to collect feedback from our customers about their deployments with Oracle Secure Global Desktop via a short, simple 11 question survey. This survey is for those customers and partners who have deployed Oracle Secure Global Desktop in production environments and can be specific about the product features and/or product dependencies they find important and useful.
Finally found some time to play with ovm_utils again and added another little tool to the package.
ovm_utils is a collection of little tools I wrote over the last year or 2. They can help make command line use a little easier. Of course we have since introduced a real ovm_cli in Oracle VM Manager in 3.1 which is officially part of the product and officially supported. ovm_utils is provided as-is, for fun.
I'm always a fan of round numbers, and today we bring you the 30th edition of our Friday tips series!
This week, it's another video on the Oracle VM Command Line Interface video from Greg King, Principal Best Practices Consultant, Oracle VM Product Management. This one covers the object relationships in the Oracle VM command line interface:
We hope you're having a great Friday! We've got another tip from our Oracle VM Command Line Interface video series for you this week from Greg King, Principal Best Practices Consultant, Oracle VM Product Management. This one is on the basics of the Oracle VM command line interface:
Oracle VM Templates provide an easy, fast, and cost effective approach to deploying a fully configured software stack by offering pre-installed and pre-configured software images. The Oracle VM Template for the latest release of Sun Ray Software version 5.4 is now available for Oracle Linux 6.3 (64-bit).
Oracle's server virtualization products are designed to optimize efficiency and performance. You can get the most from your x86 and SPARC systems by taking the relevant training, available as live events run by experienced instructors.
In the 3-day Oracle VM Administration: Oracle VM Server for x86 course you learn to: