In preparation for our Server Virtualization Round Table on January 8th, 2013, this week’s roundup looks at what people are saying about Oracle VM, a fully integrated enterprise management solution that is designed to enable rapid enterprise application deployment and simplify lifecycle management. Here are a few highlights:
- Anon359 (Developer at a small Tech Consulting Firm) says: “The product offers [a] number of benefits to the users who often use multiple platforms. Though there are some disadvantages of the product which can be fixed with some workarounds.”
- Anon361 (Operations Manager at a large Aerospace/defense firm) says: “Pricing is a major advantage in the case of Oracle VM. The software [is] freely available, and can therefore be used easily and tried first before acquiring the commercial software.”
- Teenajain (Developer at a small software company) says: “Oracle VM suffers from all the disadvantages of the Xen hypervisor’s OS-centric architecture, such as vulnerabilities from using a general-purpose management operating system, poor scalability, and incomplete or missing enterprise functionality.”
- Ecom339 (eCommerce expert at a mid-size software company) says: “It provides enhancements for network and storage configuration, policy-based management for delivering application resource flexibility, and a GUI.
Oracle VM was awarded 4.5 stars by real users. Click here to see what else people are saying about Oracle VM and share your thoughts.
Want to learn more? Join us on Tuesday, January 8th, 2013 at 9am PST/12pm EST for a live webinar discussing server virtualization software. IT Central Station co-founder Russell Rothstein will be hosting a panel of real server virtualization users in the event ‘Server Virtualization: A user perspective roundtable’. Whether you’re using VMware, Microsoft, Citrix or another vendor, this will be the ultimate forum to hear what people really think about server virtualization.
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