Monday May 21, 2012

Oracle VM 3.1.1 is here

It has been a while since I have update my blog, but been very busy :-) Great news OVM 3.1.1 can now be download. It offers e.g new GUI, new features like Cold Storage migration, and many other things. But alltogether a great product. (see data sheet)

 

To all of you who does not know OVM, Oracle has made one of these funny "Server Virtualization for Dummies" you can find it here or else I recommend you go an take a look at these diffrent videos.

But if I had to shortly describe what OVM is then it is a great alternative to VMware, Windows Hyper V.

It gives you the possiblity to virtualise the Oracle Database in the best way and performance. 

When you buy an Oracle server with support, it gives you the support for both HW and SW in one packet, so basicly an easy and fast way of getting started on the Oracle Red Stack.

If you read my Blog there are other benefits by using HW and SW together.

But anyway OVM 3.1.1 is really becoming a nice product with a lot of nice features. (see data sheet)

I have made a set of new OVM 3.1.1 videos you can have a look at.

Importing, Pool, Network etc and many more.

remember its free to download and use OVM, so why not get started.

Saturday Apr 14, 2012

New update for Oracle VM 3

The 5th of April a new patch was released. Oracle VM Manager 3.0.3 build 227 - This can be downloaded from My Oracle Support as patch ID 14736185.

You can read more about it here

Monday Mar 19, 2012

Doing a P2V in OVM 3.0.3

The other day I was talking to a customer about how you can do a P2V in OVM. I had already written about this topic earlier in my Blog and there was also some good documentation on the topic on how you do this.

But what about seing the whole process from start to end, so I have include a link to a demo on the topic. Here is demo that has been divide into three steps: Step 1. Taget System,   Step 2. Import into OVM, and    Step 3. Use the new Template.


Tuesday Dec 06, 2011

Migrate from vSphere into Oracle VM 3.0

I have had so many question "Can we do an import of vmware VM into Oracle VM 3.0", and the answer is yes. But as you properly have found out I like to see how it works.

So I just took a vmware image of a Linux converte into a ova (Open Virtualization Archive) file, then I was able to do a import through the OVM manager. When this assemblies had been loaded, it was unpack and the next step was to create a Clone from my new Template.

And "voila", I had a running VM with Linux in Oracle VM 3.0, imported from VMware.

So it could not be more simple, and it works.

Tuesday Nov 29, 2011

OVM 3.0 tutorial installing a VM with Oracle Linux 5u6

I have now been playing around with Oracle VM 3.0, and really think this is a great product. I wanted to find out how easy it was to install a Oracle Linux 5u6, from uploading ISO images.

In regards to the ISO images, I acctualy mounted the NFS catalog and pasted the ISO file their.

If you intressted to see the result on how my installation went, I posted it here: OVM 3.0 tutorial


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