|Stable release||3.2 / January 22, 2013|
|Operating system||Linux kernel|
Oracle VM is the server virtualization offering from Oracle Corporation. Oracle VM is based on the free and open-source Xen hypervisor technology, supports Windows, Linux, and Oracle Solaris guests and includes an integrated Web based management console. Oracle VM features fully tested and certified Oracle Applications stack in an enterprise virtualization environment.
Oracle VM can be freely downloaded through Oracle's E-delivery service. Oracle announced the general availability of Oracle VM Release 3.2, a key component in Oracle's desktop to data center virtualization portfolio, providing greater operational efficiency with improved ease-of-use, and more automated processes including full command-line support.
Oracle VM components
- Oracle VM Manager: web based management console to manage Oracle VM Servers.
- Oracle VM Server: includes a version of Xen hypervisor technology, and the Oracle VM Agent to communicate with Oracle VM Manager for management of virtual machines. It also includes a minimized Linux kernel as Dom0.
Oracle VM can take advantage of up to 160 CPUs, 2TB RAM per server and can host a maximum of 128 VMs per server (correct as of 3.0.3).
- Kernel-based Virtual Machine
- Platform virtualization
- Virtual disk image
- Oracle VM Server for SPARC
- Oracle VM VirtualBox
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- Welcome to the Oracle E-Delivery Web site for Oracle Linux and Oracle VM
- "Oracle VM 3.2 Now Available".
- Oracle VM 3.0.3 Release Notes