By CW, managing editor on Jul 09, 2008
Here's the answer to the question "Can I deploy Sun Java Enterprise System in the various virtualization environments?" This article also features Q&As of interest.
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Here's an updated cookbook for a demo based on the Sun Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) Software using the new desktop broker, Sun Virtual Desktop Connector 1.0.
Scroll down to the January tech tips on the Recently Updated page: There's a tech tip on installing a paravirtualized (PV) unpriviledged domain (domU) for the Solaris OS. Another tip talks about installing a Linux Hardware Virtual Machine (HVM) domU on xVM.
A BigAdmin reader has posted a lot of great tech tips on the wiki. One tip is on installing a paravirtualized (PV) unprivileged domain (domU) for the Solaris OS. Another tip from the same author provides information about installing a Linux Hardware Virtual Machine (HVM) domU on xVM.
Here's a paper exploring the underlying hardware architecture and software needed for hardware virtualization. The author looks at CPU hardware architecture limitations for virtualizing CPU services and their software workarounds. This Sun BluePrints document (in pdf) also discusses software architecture for various types of virtualization.