Xen on ARM is becoming more and more widespread in embedded environments. In these contexts, Xen is employed as a single solution to partition the system into multiple domains, fully isolated from each other, and with different levels of trust.
The cloud is causing a major change in how enterprise organizations operate. Many businesses are eager to shift their enterprise workloads to the public cloud to take advantage of its flexibility, and the freedom it gives them to innovate. But not every business can commit to the cloud yet, or even develop a cloud strategy for transforming their business. What cloud journeys is right for you?
Cloud is changing how people and businesses work forever. It’s creating new economies, disrupting existing categories, and it’s changing how we communicate and share information.
Some form of cloud makes sense for most enterprise-class organizations, which is why cloud adoption continues to grow so quickly across all industries and geographies. Cloud is transforming IT and presents a great opportunity for all of us.
I am pleased to announce the release of Xen 4.6.5 and 4.7.2. Xen Project Maintenance releases are released in line with our Maintenance Release Policy. We recommend that all users of the 4.6 and 4.7 stable series update to the latest point release.
You’ve heard it before. Cloud will increase efficiencies, provide flexible scalability, and lower your CapEx investments. However, you may not be comfortable putting your data into a public cloud, no matter how many security reassurances you get. You may be in a highly regulated in industry or have government or corporate mandates to have data close by. Or you may face serious performance and latency issues for high availability workloads because the nearest cloud data center facility is too far away. There are limited cost-effective choices here.
Today's guest post is by Vamsee Kasavajhala, Principal Product Manager for the Oracle MiniCluster.
As more and more customers adopt Oracle MiniCluster as their platform of choice to run Oracle databases and applications, one common message that resonates is how easy it is to use the platform. We have had some customers use words synonymous with simplicity such as “Microwave” or “iPhone” and that is really great to hear.