Tuesday Sep 29, 2009
Tuesday Aug 25, 2009
By BigAdmin team on Aug 25, 2009
A new case study shows how to use Sun xVM Ops Center v2.0 to provision a user application to the target servers in a data center. A Sun engineer gives an example of provisioning MySQL Enterprise Server to managed servers and configuring the database replication environment.
Tuesday Mar 24, 2009
By BigAdmin team on Mar 24, 2009
This article from the docs.sun.com group describes the management of Solaris Containers using Sun Ops Center 2.0, with a focus on global and non-global zones. Topics include discovering, patching, and monitoring zones, as well as provisioning an OS with zones.
Friday Dec 26, 2008
By BigAdmin team on Dec 26, 2008
Here is a new Sun BluePrints article describing key product features and benefits of Sun xVM VirtualBox. See how the software enables multiple virtual machines (VMs) on a single desktop, which lets users access applications in OS environments other than the native OS on their laptop or desktop system.
Thursday Nov 27, 2008
By BigAdmin team on Nov 27, 2008
This tech tip on the BigAdmin wiki describes how to set up xVM domU support for a Solaris Live CD distribution. (Note: domU refers to a guest domain.)
Wednesday Oct 22, 2008
By BigAdmin team on Oct 22, 2008
Articles on Sun xVM Hypervisor (all in PDF format):
- Install Sun xVM Hypervisor and Use It to Configure Domains
- Part 1: Configure and Use ZFS-Hosted iSCSI Guest Storage Within the
Sun xVM Hypervisor
- Part 2: Configure and Use ZFS-Hosted iSCSI Guest Storage Within the
Sun xVM Hypervisor
Wednesday Oct 01, 2008
Monday Sep 15, 2008
By BigAdmin team on Sep 15, 2008
With the Solaris 10 10/08 release, systems running Solaris 10 can boot from ZFS and use ZFS as their root file system. Solaris 10 10/08 also includes enhancements for Solaris Containers and Logical Domains.
Thursday Sep 11, 2008
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Wednesday May 28, 2008
By GD on May 28, 2008
VirtualBox is a family of powerful x86 virtualization products for enterprise as well as home use. Targeted at server, desktop and embedded use, it is now the only professional-quality virtualization solution that is also open-source software. Check out VirtualBox Open Source Edition (OSE) and other editions. Read more.
Tuesday Nov 20, 2007
By cs, managing editor on Nov 20, 2007
Sun xVM is a family of technologies that addresses both desktop and server virtualization. It leverages work from open source communities like Xen and is being built on proven Sun technology. Find out more about the Open Source community that develops the technology from which Sun derives the Sun xVM products.
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