Oracle is a worldwide computer software company that offers a comprehensive and fully integrated stack of cloud applications and platform services. It provides a variety of software products, from database software and technology and cloud engineered systems, to enterprise software products and their own database management systems. Oracle manages not only software and hardware products, but also a row of complementary services, such as financing, training, consulting and hosting.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
The ultimate combination of cloud services’ autonomous platforms and flexible, secure, and predictable on-premises infrastructure. Oracle’s second-generation cloud provides operations that eliminate the possibility of human error and offers safe, adaptable and cost-effective services globally, both on the public cloud and in data centers. Oracle Cloud empowers building and running applications in a convenient, secure, highly accessible, fault-tolerant and high-performance environment.
Oracle Private Cloud Appliance
An infrastructure for cloud-native applications and fast, automated deployment of private cloud. It runs on Linux, Microsoft Windows, Oracle Solaris operating systems, and supports mixed workloads in medium-to-large data centers. High-performance, low-latency software-defined networking provides automated configuration of server and storage networks. Oracle Private Cloud Appliance delivers a more secure environment than most on-premises facilities and other public clouds.
Oracle VM VirtualBox
A server virtualization solution for x86 with zero license cost. As a flexible management solution, it facilitates the deployment, management and support of enterprise applications. Oracle VM reduces operations and support costs, as it is suited for both Oracle and non-Oracle environments. As a result, Oracle VM aims to increase IT efficiency and agility.
Oracle Linux KVM
A virtualization environment supported by Oracle as a part of Oracle Linux. As Oracle Linux KVM is the hypervisor for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, it is easy for users to move their workloads onto Oracle Cloud. Oracle Linux KVM can be managed and configured by Oracle Linux Virtualization Manager and is included in the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel (UEK) Release 5.
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