Oracle VM Stability

Robin Saikat Chatterjee
Head of Oracle Exadata Centre of Excellence at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees
Initially, we had some teething troubles that we found were due to use of an unsupported storage solution. We switched to an Oracle ZFS appliance, and since then, we have had no issues. View full review »
ErikBenner
User at Mythics Inc
It’s actually very stable. In the later releases, you can even patch the hypervisor without a reboot. That adds to the up-time of the environment. When you run Oracle Linux inside as guest VMs, you can also use the Ksplice technology and patch the VMs without any outage. View full review »
Sandeep Shenoy
Consultant at hadafq8
This product upgrades or updates comes in two flavors, one is a community update and one is subscription based updates. For the subscription based updates you have to pay Oracle, its a very small amount of money for the subscription. In contrast, the community support is free. You can choose whichever way you want. View full review »
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Luis Fregoso
Oracle VM SME at TDS (OneNeck IT Solutions)
It's been pretty stable, especially with the new releases. The 3.4 major release has made a lot of significant performance gains and stability from the 3.29 days. View full review »
reviewer613782
Manager-Data Center at a comms service provider with 1,001-5,000 employees
For me, the stability is fine. But, I only primarily use it for the database role. View full review »
Agustin Caveda Mas
‎Senior Presales Engineer of DataCenter and Digital Transformation at a comms service provider with 201-500 employees
It is a stable product. View full review »
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