Posts Tagged ‘ Oracle ’

News: Oracle Buys GreenBytes — Once More on the Road to Obscurity

May 19, 2014
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StorageNetworking

On May 16, 2014, Oracle entered into an agreement to acquire GreenBytes, a provider of ZFS technology, for an undisclosed price. In addition to expertise in areas related to ZFS, GreenBytes has developed a deduplication, replication, and virtualization overlay for it. (Rather bizarrely, in a tussle with the then-giant in 2009, GreenBytes accused Sun of…

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News: Oracle v. Google — Why Is This Important?

May 16, 2014
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agilecloud

On the 9th of May, 2014, something happened in the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit that could have massive ramifications for our fledgling cloud orchestration industry. Circuit judges with no knowledge about the software industry and how that industry works made a judgement that could pull the rug out from under the…

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Oracle and VMware Update Desktop Virtualization Platforms

September 24, 2012
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DesktopVirtualization

Oracle and VMware have both been busy with their respective desktop-focused type II hypervisors, with each vendor releasing updates in the last month. Focus on Microsoft's upcoming Windows 8 and Windows server 2012 is inevitable, but that aside both vendors continue to drive their respective products in clearly defined directions with no real regard for…

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2012: The Year of Software Defined Networking

August 15, 2012
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DataCenterVirtualization

The start of VMworld 2012 and the biggest Virtualization conference of the year is less than two weeks away and the surge of marketing emails have started to arrive about all the new and exciting offerings that the venders and 3rd party companies are planning on showing off at VMworld. This is one of the…

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News: Oracle Buys Xsigo Systems

July 30, 2012
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Coming on the heels of VMware's acquisition of Nicira, Oracle announced today that it is acquiring network virtualization vendor Xsigo Systems for an undisclosed amount.

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And we are Worried About VMware’s Licensing?

July 29, 2011
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And we are Worried About VMware’s Licensing?

I was reading through a recent article about the new Java 7 release, which contradicts Oracle's current support statement with respect to licensing. The License from Oracle exclusively states Java 7 is only supported on those hypervisors Oracle currently supports: Oracle VM, VirtualBox, Solaris Containers, and Solaris LDOMs except where noted. That last phrase is…

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DOJ blocks EMC/VMware from acquiring Virtualization Patents from Novell

April 22, 2011
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EMC, the majority owner of VMware, has agreed with the Department of Justice not to acquire 33 Virtualization Patents from Novell as part of a side-transaction in the acquisition of Novell by Attachmate. The Statement from the Department of Justice sheds significant light on the deal that had been struck between Novell and a newly-created…

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More on OpenStack – Cloud.com, GPL, Citrix, Oracle and the DMTF standards.

August 3, 2010
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Cloud.com had lined itself up with Citrix by using only XenServer in the commercially-licensed version of its IaaS product, and now is being used by Citrix to ensure OpenStack supports XenServer (which it doesn’t at the moment), presumably to keep Red Hat’s KVM under control and VMware out. We’ve also been trawling through the available…

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Virtualize Java without an Operating System

May 20, 2010
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Virtualize Java without an Operating System

When we put a .NET application on Windows on Hyper-V (or a Java application on Linux on ESXi) we are actually virtualizing twice. Can we virtualize only once, by putting the CLR or the JVM directly on the VM Host? In this action of course we remove the operating system. Oracle is taking the lead…

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