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Oracle Tries to Ease Concerns of Virtual Iron Customers


Oracle is trying to reassure customers of Virtual Iron, the virtualization company it bought in May, as rivals like VMware push discount offers in hopes of capitalizing on any uncertainty.

Teams are working to combine VI’s dynamic resource management and rapid server provisioning capabilities with Oracle VM, as well as to integrate the technology with Oracle Enterprise Manager, said Wim Coekaerts, vice president of Linux and virtualization engineering, during a webcast for customers.
"This is going to be an incredibly strong stack from top to bottom," he said.
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