Virtualization and Cloud with Oracle ZFS Storage
Blog: #IOUGenius | Posted By: Hannah Jaracz | Released: May 1, 2015, 9:08 am
Bob Handlin, Principal Product Manager of ZFS Storage, gives a five-minute overview that explains why Oracle ZFS Storage is an ideal solution for virtualization and cloud environments.
An Inside Look at Oracle ZFS Storage VMware Integration
Blog: #IOUGenius | Posted By: Hannah Jaracz | Released: April 30, 2015, 10:08 am
Oracle ZFS Storage has an ideal architecture for consolidating virtual server environments. To take better advantage of this, we have just released a set of VMware Storage API integrations (SRA, vSphere client, VAAI NAS primitives). Join us to get a look at what we've done so far, and to be part o
Get a Discount to Attend Data Summit 2015 and Check Out Virtualization Day
Blog: #IOUGenius | Posted By: Hannah Jaracz | Released: April 29, 2015, 12:08 pm
IOUG has joined Data Summit 2015 as an official conference partner to offer the most comprehensive conference on information management and Big Data for technology and database professionals. The IOUG Track at the Data Summit focuses on Big Data in the Cloud and the evolution of the data warehouse a
OVM - From Start to Finish - An Implementation Guide
Blog: #IOUGenius | Posted By: Hannah Jaracz | Released: April 29, 2015, 9:08 am
So what is OVM? Why is it better then VMware? Isn't Oracle just for Databases?
These are all too common questions when looking at OVM for your virtualization needs. The fact is OVM is now a major player in the Virtualization space and has many advantages over the competition when utilizing Oracle s
Myth-Defied! Busting the Myths of Database Virtualization
Blog: #IOUGenius | Posted By: Hannah Jaracz | Released: April 28, 2015, 12:08 pm
Perhaps, if you have been living under a rock on a far distant planet, void of anything technical and perhaps, if the internet is not delivered directly to your home, work, phone or car then perhaps, just perhaps, you have not heard of the IT rage known as ‘Virtualization’. The more likely scenario,