Oracle VM Benefits

Robin Saikat Chatterjee
Head of Oracle Exadata Centre of Excellence at Tata Consultancy Services
* Oracle has now made it available as a hypervisor on Oracle cloud to be deployed on Bare metal servers. * Ability to patch with no downtime. * Ability to ensure all prerequisites are satisfied without manual intervention saves time, effort, and makes the systems that we deploy for our clients more secure. * Licensing costs are less for Oracle Linux and for clients moving to the Oracle Cloud, as it is included in the price of the subscription. View full review »
Sandeep Shenoy
Consultant at hadafq8
It is cloud-based, so I can access the management consoles from anywhere within or outside my organization if I have VPN access. Its a very light pool so its quite fast in nature, the hypervisor itself is very small its around one and half gig in size so its very light, and boots very fast. It consumes no overhead. For example, if there is a physical server of say 128 gigs and 4 core CPU, all of these 4 cores and 128 gigs are available to you. In addition, on the network card you can do WLAN tagging, you can do non WLAN tagging, you can do IP based multi-passing and you can do storage level multi-passing. View full review »
Isaac Nelson Walulya
‎Solutions Consultant
Oracle VM is a solution that grows with your business. It can easily be scaled up, and it is a great storage platform. View full review »
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Ray Fox
DBA at dbafox
We will implement a full dev/test environment with Oracle RAC and standalone databases. We will be able to fully use our ULA license agreement with Oracle and provide flexibility to our development teams. View full review »
Reviewer308
Senior Project Manager at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
It is very useful for the project management of our company. View full review »
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