New engineered system enables rapid, repeatable infrastructure deployment for any application.
Oracle has announced the release of the Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance. Engineered for easy application virtualization, it accelerates time-to-application use by enabling rapid, repeatable, full-stack virtual infrastructure deployment. workload.
Customers can go from power on to production in about an hour and deploy ready-to-run virtual machines in just a few minutes.
The Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance runs production workloads with minimal, software-defined configuration, saving customers hundreds of hours in labour and lowering the risk of physical and software configuration errors.
Able to run Linux distributions and Microsoft Windows side by side, the Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance is a converged infrastructure platform for a broad mix of applications and operating systems.
"The Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance is unique in accelerating not only virtual infrastructure deployment, but also in speeding deployment of the complete application stacks through Oracle VM Templates," said Wim Coekaerts, senior vice president, Linux and Virtualization Engineering, Oracle. "Only Oracle delivers this deeper integration between hardware, virtualization and applications so our customers can save weeks of effort and lower their cost when deploying virtual infrastructure and applications."
Oracle is uniquely capable of delivering a complete full stack, integrated solution with hardware and software engineered together, with a single point of contact for support.
The Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance integrates into existing networking and storage environments, making it easy to re-host existing applications and deploy new applications that access existing data.
The Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance provides simplified appliance management and is fully integrated with Oracle Enterprise Manager for cloud and full stack management.