Partner Webcast – Oracle Virtual Assembly Builder with Oracle VM 3.2
By Thanos Terentes Printzios-Oracle on Jan 28, 2014
Increased operating costs, inefficient hardware utilization and rapidly expanding data centers have made virtualization the most compelling IT technology in years. Virtualization for desktop and server environments has evolved to finally deliver on its promise to lower operating costs by increasing the utilization of hardware and reducing the overall amount of hardware required.
While virtualization has solved a multitude of problems, it is still difficult to deploy and manage complex applications made up of multiple tiers and components. Furthermore, virtualization is quickly becoming a commodity and the focus now shifts to directly virtualizing applications to reap the next level of benefits associated with virtualization.
Oracle Virtual Assembly Builder (OVAB) is a tool for virtualizing installed Oracle components, modifying those components, and then deploying them into your own environment. Using Oracle Virtual Assembly Builder, you capture the configuration of existing software components in artifacts called software appliances. Appliances can then be grouped, and their relationships defined into artifacts called software assemblies which provide a blueprint describing a complete multi-tier application topology.
This webcast is focused on introducing the benefits of Oracle Virtual Assembly Builder for all partners interested in building expertise in private/public cloud area for deployment of Oracle Applications and Oracle Fusion Middleware components. OVAB assemblies make deployment and customization of complex solutions as easy as clicking on the button. This substantially reduces the time and risk in rolling out huge installations based on both Oracle and non-Oracle/customized solution.
• Introduction to Oracle Virtual Assembly Builder (OVAB)
• OVAB architecture
• Introspection of existing systems
• OVAB Assemblies
· Deploying an assembly to Oracle VM or Exalogic
· Customizing assembly creation and deployment
• Summary - Q&A
This FREE online LIVE eSeminar will be delivered over the Web. Registrations received less than 24hours prior to start time may not receive confirmation to attend.
Presenter: Lukasz Romaszewski – FMW Specialist, Oracle Partner Hub Migration Center
Date: Thursday, February 20th, 10am CET (8am UTC/11am EEST)
Duration: 1 hour
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