Tuesday Mar 18, 2014

Oracle VM Server for SPARC 3.1.1 Released

We are pleased to announce the latest Oracle VM Server for SPARC 3.1.1 release. The major changes for this release are as follows.

For information about the hardware and software requirements for the Oracle VM Server for SPARC 3.1.1 release, see the Oracle VM Server for SPARC 3.1.1 and 3.1 Release Notes.

Oracle VM Server for SPARC 3.1.1 has been integrated into Oracle Solaris 11.1 beginning with SRU 17.5. To download the software, refer to Oracle Solaris 11.1 Support Repository Updates (SRU) Index [ID 1501435.1]  from My Oracle Support.

Oracle Premier Support for Systems provides fully-integrated support for your server hardware, firmware, OS, and virtualization software. Visit oracle.com/support for information about Oracle's support offerings.

For additional resources about Oracle VM Server for SPARC

For more information about Oracle's virtualization, visit oracle.com/virtualization.

Tuesday Aug 20, 2013

Announcing Oracle VM Server for SPARC 3.1 Release

We are pleased to announce the availability of Oracle VM Server for SPARC 3.1. The new release delivers significant virtual networking performance improvements, more flexibility to configure I/O virtualization, and further enhancements for cross-CPU secure live migration to help customers take advantage of the massive thread scale offered by SPARC servers and the Oracle Solaris operating system.

See the key features and benefits delivered in Oracle VM Server for SPARC 3.1:

  • Virtual network performance improvements: Significantly improve the virtual networking performance up to 5 times faster. For example, guest to external network approaches wire-speed at ~9Gb/s; while for the guest to guest within the same host, it's measured up to 16Gb/s. For more details, read the blog.


  • Dynamic Single-Root I/O Virtualization (SR-IOV): Bringing configuration flexibility to I/O virtualization with native I/O throughput. For more details, read the blog

  • Cross-CPU secure live migration enhancements: Perform secure live migration across different generations of SPARC servers, including the new SPARC T5 and SPARC M5. For more details, read the blog.
  • Extends the Direct I/O and SR-IOV features to non-Primary root domains. For more details, read the blog
  • Adds InfiniBand device support to the SR-IOV feature in addition to the Ethernet devices.
  • Adds the Fault Management Architecture (FMA) blacklisting feature. When FMA detects faulty CPU or memory resources, Oracle VM Server for SPARC places them on a blacklist. A faulty resource that is on the blacklist cannot be reassigned to any domains until FMA marks it as being repaired.
  • Adds a recovery mode feature that automatically recovers domain configurations that cannot be booted because of faulty or missing resources.
  • Adds the ldmpower command to show per-domain, power-consumption information.
  • Adds support for VNICs on virtual networks.
Read the blog to learn the in-depth details of the new release and how to upgrade to the latest release. Please review the What's New section and the documentation about specific details of required and minimum software and supported platforms. Visit the download page for instructions to download the required software.

Oracle Premier Support for Systems provides fully-integrated support for your server hardware, firmware, OS, and virtualization software. Visit oracle.com/support for information about Oracle's support offerings for Sun systems.

For additional resources about Oracle VM Server for SPARC

For more information about Oracle's virtualization, visit oracle.com/virtualization.

Thursday Apr 04, 2013

Oracle VM Templates now available on SPARC platforms

Oracle VM Templates provide an innovative approach to deploying a fully configured software stack by offering pre-installed and pre-configured software images. Use of Oracle VM Templates eliminates the installation and configuration costs, and reduces the ongoing maintenance costs helping organizations achieve faster time to market and lower cost of operations. Customers have been enjoying the benefits of accelerating software deployment with Oracle VM Templates on x86 platforms. Now we have made Oracle VM Templates available when deployed with Oracle VM Server for SPARC.

Oracle VM Manager 3.2 introduced the ability to discover SPARC servers running Oracle VM Server for SPARC, and perform virtual machine operation tasks - just the same experience as Oracle VM Server for x86. Thus you can take full advantage of Oracle VM Templates.

To create a virtual machine from an imported template / assembly. You download an Oracle VM template that contains an assembly file (.ovf file), and importing it into Oracle VM Manager as an assembly, then creating a template from the assembly. You can read the related documentation: Creating a Virtual Machine and the white paper: Oracle VM Manager 3.2: Quick Start Guide for Managing Oracle VM Server for SPARC (PDF).

1) Download Oracle VM Templates

  • Visit Oracle Software Delivery Cloud 
  • Complete your registration information (Name, Company Name, Email Address and Country) and click on the download agreement
  • Select "Oracle VM Templates" from the "Select a Product Pack" pull-down menu
  • Select "SPARC" from the "Platform" pull-down menu
  • Download and unzip the files and read the readme

2) Place the downloaded Oracle VM Template into a location where it's accessible by Oracle VM Manager using HTTP, HTTPS or FTP. After logging into Oracle VM Manager 3.2, click Repositories tab, identify the repository to use and select Assemblies. Then click the icon to import an Assembly. After a few minutes (depending on the network / server speed),  the assembly would be imported then.

3) Create a VM Template from the Imported Assembly - Select the imported assembly, then click the icon "Create VM Template ...". After a few minutes, depending on the server/storage configuration, a VM template is now created.

4) Edit VM template - you can edit the VM template to verify the general setting, such as the network setting.

5) Clone a VM from the Template - Next it's to clone a virtual machine from the newly created template.You click the icon "Clone or Move Template ..."

6) Start the VM - After the VM is cloned, it is placed under the server pool (defined in the target server pool option when cloning the template) and the VM status is "stopped". Then start the VM, and it's ready to use.

7) After the VM is started, you can access the VM serial console by clicking the "Launch Serial Console" icon. You need to go through the initial Solaris configuration if it is the first time to start the VM, for example, to configure the network, hostname, time zone, user name, and so on. Serial console access works for both x86 and SPARC based virtual machines. For additional options of accessing the guest VM console, such as VNC based console access for x86 virtual machines, read the user guide: Connecting to a Virtual Machine.

To learn more about Oracle's virtualization solutions, visit oracle.com/virtualization.

Thursday Jun 28, 2012

Power Management with Oracle VM Server for SPARC

With the introduction of Oracle VM Server for SPARC 2.2, it includes power management features which can be set via the service processor (ILOM) of the supported SPARC T-Series systems.

Watch this video to learn about the hardware power savings capabilities available on SPARC T4 systems, and how Oracle VM Server for SPARC makes use of them. The video will show you how to choose a power management policy and set a power cap.

For more information, read the OTN technical article "How to Use the Power Management Controls on SPARC Servers".

Thursday May 24, 2012

Announcing Oracle VM Server for SPARC 2.2 Release

We are excited to announce Oracle VM Server for SPARC 2.2, the latest release of Oracle’s enterprise-class server virtualization solution. The new release delivers significant enhancements that improve workload agility and performance, maximize the availability of business-critical applications, and increase flexibility in provisioning and deployment. Oracle VM Server for SPARC takes advantage of the massive thread scale offered by SPARC T-Series servers and the Oracle Solaris operating system.

See the key features and benefits delivered in Oracle VM Server for SPARC 2.2:

  • Secure live migration is now available across different generations of SPARC T-Series servers for flexibility of workload deployment and migration. Customers continue to benefit from their existing investment as they add SPARC T4 servers into the environment for increased capacity with minimal downtime or disruption to their operation. Secure live migrations are as simple as point and click using Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center’s console. Read more about Cross-CPU Secure Live Migration here and watch a video demo.
  • Single-Root I/O Virtualization (SR-IOV) delivers superior I/O throughput to guest domains that have SR-IOV on Oracle's SPARC T4 and SPARC T3 platforms. SR-IOV enables the efficient sharing of PCIe network devices among I/O domains so application workloads can achieve native I/O performance. Read more about SR-IOV feature and SR-IOV Virtual Function (VF).

  • Integrated optimization with SPARC T-Series servers, especially for SPARC T4 and SPARC SuperCluster T4-4, provides administrators with fine-grained control of server resources and the ability to tailor CPU performance across business-critical enterprise workloads for better throughput. Read more about whole core allocation enhancements here.

Please review the Oracle VM Server for SPARC 2.2 Documentation for specific details of required and minimum software and supported platforms. Visit the download page for instructions to download the required software.

Oracle Premier Support for Systems provides fully-integrated support for your server hardware, firmware, OS, and virtualization software. Visit oracle.com/support for information about Oracle's support offerings for Sun systems.

For additional resources about Oracle VM Server for SPARC

For more information about Oracle's virtualization, visit oracle.com/virtualization.

Wednesday Feb 15, 2012

Implementing Secure Live Migration with Oracle VM Server for SPARC

One of the notable benefits that customers are using Oracle VM Server for SPARC is the ability to migrate an active domain to another host machine while maintaining application services to users. In addition, on-chip cryptographic accelerators deliver secure, wire speed encryption capabilities for live migration – without any additional hardware investments.

We published a white paper to illustrate the complete process of implementing secure live migration with Oracle VM Server for SPARC, including the creation and configuration of guest domains as well as the storage configuration and layout plus software requirements that were used to demonstrate the secure live migration between two SPARC T4 systems running Oracle Database workloads on Oracle Solaris

To learn more about Oracle VM Server for SPARC and Oracle's virtualization solutions, please visit

Thursday Sep 29, 2011

Optimize Workload Performance on SPARC T4 Systems with Oracle VM Server for SPARC

Early this week Oracle launched SPARC T4 Servers and SPARC SuperCluster T4-4. With Oracle VM Server for SPARC, the built-in server virtualization solution on SPARC T-Series systems, you can use dynamic CPU threading controls to optimize workload performance on SPARC T4 systems.

These threading controls enable you to specify the number of hardware threads to be activated per core. CPU performance can be optimized for CPU-bound workloads by tuning CPU cores to maximize the number of instructions per cycle (IPC). Or, CPU performance can be optimized for maximum throughput by tuning CPU cores to use a maximum number of CPU threads. Existing applications can take advantage of the SPARC dynamic threading performance benefits without having to be rewritten or recompiled.

To learn how to use CPU threading controls to optimize CPU performance on SPARC T4 platforms,  read the white paper:

To learn more about server virtualization at Oracle OpenWorld (Oct 2-6, 2011), check out the blog: Virtualization Reality Highlights Oracle OpenWorld.


Wednesday Jun 08, 2011

Announcing Oracle VM Server for SPARC 2.1

We are excited to announce the latest Oracle VM Server for SPARC 2.1 release, which brings live migration capabilities to the SPARC T-series server family, including SPARC T3, UltraSPARC T2 Plus and UltraSPARC T2 based servers, allowing customers to quickly and easily migrate running domains from one physical server to another, eliminating application outages and server downtime.

This release continues to deliver new innovations in virtualization for Oracle Solaris and its SPARC servers, offers customers a new level of flexibility in efficiently deploying enterprise workloads on the SPARC T-series family of systems.

See the key features delivered in Oracle VM Server for SPARC 2.1:
  • Live migration: Enables users to migrate an active domain to another host machine while maintaining application services to users. Live migrations are as simple as point and click using Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center’s console.
  • Secure, encrypted migration included: On-chip cryptographic accelerators deliver secure, wire speed encryption capabilities for live migration – without any additional hardware investments.
  • Dynamic Resource Management (DRM) between domains: Ensures that domains running the most important workloads get priority for CPU access over domains with less critical workloads.
  • Increased maximum number of virtual networks per domain: Permits a dramatic increase in external access to domains.
  • Lower-overhead, higher scalability networking for Oracle Solaris 11 Express: Allows virtual network devices to use shared memory to exchange network packets, enabling improved performance and scalability.
  • Support for Virtual Device Service Validation: Immediately validates the name and path for a specified network device or virtual disk, greatly reducing the risk of incorrectly configured I/O.
  • Integrated Dynamic Reconfiguration (DR) of Cryptographic units and virtual CPUs: Cryptographic units and CPUs are dynamically reconfigured together to simplify operations and ensure consistent performance.
  • Enhanced Management Information Base (MIB): Enables the SNMP MIB to use the latest Logical Domains Manager XML interface, permitting third party management software to access the new features and resource properties.
  • P2V tool enhancements: Bring more flexibility to quickly convert an existing SPARC server running Oracle Solaris 8, 9 or 10 into a virtualized Oracle Solaris image to run on SPARC T-series servers.

Please refer to Oracle VM Server for SPARC 2.1 Documentation for specific details of required and minimum software and supported platforms. Visit the download page for instructions to download the required software.

Oracle Premier Support for Systems provides fully-integrated support for your server hardware, firmware, OS, and virtualization software. Visit oracle.com/support for information about Oracle's support offerings for Sun systems.

    For additional resources about Oracle VM Server for SPARC

    For more information about Oracle's virtualization, visit oracle.com/virtualization.

    Wednesday Jan 26, 2011

    Secure Deployment of Oracle VM Server for SPARC

    Oracle VM Server for SPARC is the server virtualization solution for SPARC T-Series server. A typical Oracle VM Server for SPARC installation based on best practices is already well secured against unauthorized use. In many cases this level of security turns out to be sufficient. Nevertheless, there is an attack surface that remains. There are risks, how unlikely they might be. Thus many customers want to learn more to secure their virtualization environment.

    We just published a technical white paper: Secure Deployment of Oracle VM Server for SPARC written by Stefan Hinker, an Oracle solution architect.

    This paper helps you understand the general security concerns in virtualized environments as well as the specific additional threats that arise out of them. It discusses these threats, their relation to Oracle VM Server for SPARC and how to mitigate the risk with a set of appropriate counter measures. Based on these, some general recommendations for secure deployments - both for Oracle VM Server for SPARC and for virtualized systems in general - are given, using a generalized model of security classes as an example.

    For more information about Oracle VM Server for SPARC:
    Visit oracle.com/virtualization to learn more about Oracle's virtualization solutions.

    Wednesday Nov 17, 2010

    Oracle VM Server for SPARC 2.0 - Supporting More Platforms

    Oracle VMWe announced Oracle VM Server for SPARC 2.0 at Oracle OpenWorld San Francisco 2010 to support SPARC T3 systems with Oracle Solaris 10 9/10. Now we are excited to announce that customers who rely on UltraSPARC T2 Plus and UltraSPARC T2 servers can upgrade the server virtualization software to Oracle VM Server for SPARC 2.0 and enjoy the great benefits immediately.

    See a complete list of supported platforms for Oracle VM Server for SPARC 2.0:

    Many customers have deployed Oracle VM Server for SPARC for mission critical
    enterprise workloads. Be sure to check the updated technical white paper:
    There are a number of updated Oracle Support Notes that are related to Oracle VM Server for SPARC:
    • Virtualization support for Oracle Solaris (Doc ID 1145275.1)
    • Supported Virtualization and Partitioning Technologies for Oracle Database and RAC Product Releases (Doc ID 1173831.1)
    • Oracle E-Business Suite Installation and Upgrade Notes Release 12 (12.1.1) for
      Oracle Solaris on SPARC (64-bit) (Doc ID 761568.1)
    • PeopleTools Certification FAQs - Additional Components (Doc ID 756831.1)
    Please refer to Oracle VM Server for SPARC 2.0 Release Note for specific details of required and minimum software and supported platforms as well as the procedure to upgrade the software.
    Oracle Solaris 10 download
    Sun System Firmware download
    Oracle VM Server for SPARC (Logical Domains) 2.0 download from E-Delivery (see instructions below)

    Oracle E-Delivery Download Instructions - Oracle VM Server for SPARC
    Visit http://edelivery.oracle.com/
    Complete your registration information (Name, Company Name, Email Address and Country) and click on the download agreement
    Select "Oracle Solaris Virtualization Products" from the "Select a Product Pack" pull-down menu
    Select "Oracle Solaris on SPARC (64-bit)" from the "Platform" pull-down menu
    Click "Go" and then select the software - Oracle VM Server for SPARC 2.0
    Read the readme, download and unzip the file
    Visit Oracle Technology Network Patching Center to obtain required system firmware patches, Solaris OS patches, and any Oracle VM Server for SPARC software patches.

    Monday Sep 20, 2010

    Announcing Oracle VM Server for SPARC 2.0

    Oracle VMToday, at Oracle OpenWorld, we are pleased to announce Oracle VM Server for SPARC 2.0. Oracle VM Server for SPARC allows you to create up to 128 virtual servers on one system to take advantage of the massive thread scale offered by the SPARC T-Series servers. The combination of Oracle Solaris and SPARC helps to increase flexibility, isolate workload processing, and improve the potential for maximum server utilization.

    Oracle VM Server for SPARC 2.0 delivers:

    Enhanced performance: A low-overhead architecture provides scalable performance under increasing workloads.  The performance is further accelerated by the PCIe direct I/O that assigns individual PCI cards to guest domains, removing the restrictions to only assign an entire PCI bus, while also providing native I/O throughput. CPU whole core allocation and core affinity enable organization to optimize the assignment of virtual CPUs to deliver higher and more predictable performance for all types of application workloads.
    Advanced resource management: Dynamic memory reconfiguration allows memory to be added or removed on an active domain. Customers now have the ability to add/remove vCPU, virtual I/O, cryptographic units (aka MAU), and memory on an active domain. These capabilities help organizations to better align IT and business priorities.
    Improved power management: CPU clock speed adjustments, memory power management and power limit settings ensure that energy consumption is optimized with utilization.
    • CPU clock speed adjustments - increase or decrease clock speed based on CPU utilization (per socket)
    • Memory power management - put under-utilized memory in a deeper idle mode
    • Power limit - set a power limit for the system and reduce the power state of manageable resource if the limit is reached.

    Greater flexibility: Oracle Solaris has been optimized for guest domain migration with Oracle VM Server for SPARC, enabling more flexible migration of an active domain.
    Higher availability: Improvements to virtual disk multipathing enhance the availability of a virtualized environment by helping to ensure that the virtual disk failover capabilities can handle I/O domain, storage and storage-path failures.
    Faster processing of secure data: Oracle VM Server for SPARC takes advantage of SPARC T-Series systems' integrated on-chip cryptographic accelerators that deliver wire speed encryption capabilities, providing customers with critical data and services protection and delivering better response times.

    Read more:
    Attend the session:
    Meet with Oracle's virtualization experts at Oracle Demogrounds during the Exhibition hours.

    Look forward to seeing you there at Oracle OpenWorld.

    Monday May 17, 2010

    Introducing Oracle VM Server for SPARC

    Oracle VMAs you are watching Oracle's Virtualization Strategy Webcast and exploring the great virtualization offerings of Oracle VM product line, I'd like to introduce Oracle VM Server for SPARC --  highly efficient, enterprise-class virtualization solution for Sun SPARC Enterprise T-Series Systems.
    SPARC Hypervisor
    Oracle VM Server for SPARC, previously called Sun Logical Domains, leverages the built-in SPARC hypervisor to subdivide supported platforms' resources (CPUs, memory, network, and storage) by creating partitions called logical (or virtual) domains. Each logical domain can run an independent operating system. Oracle VM Server for SPARC provides the flexibility to deploy multiple Oracle Solaris operating systems simultaneously on a single platform. Oracle VM Server also allows you to create up to 128 virtual servers on one system to take advantage of the massive thread scale offered by the Chip Multithreading (CMT) architecture.

    Oracle VM Server for SPARC integrates both the industry-leading CMT capability of the UltraSPARC T1, T2 and T2 Plus processors and the Oracle Solaris operating system. This combination helps to increase flexibility, isolate workload processing, and improve the potential for maximum server utilization. Oracle VM Server for SPARC delivers the following:


    • Leading Price/Performance - The low-overhead architecture provides scalable performance under increasing workloads without additional license cost. This enables you to meet the most aggressive price/performance requirement
    • Advanced RAS - Each logical domain is an entirely independent virtual machine with its own OS. It supports virtual disk mutipathing and failover as well as faster network failover with link-based IP multipathing (IPMP) support. Moreover, it's fully integrated with Solaris FMA (Fault Management Architecture), which enables predictive self healing.
    • CPU Dynamic Resource Management (DRM) - Enable your resource management policy and domain workload to trigger the automatic addition and removal of CPUs. This ability helps you to better align with your IT and business priorities.
    • Enhanced Domain Migrations - Perform domain migrations interactively and non-interactively to bring more flexibility to the management of your virtualized environment. Improve active domain migration performance by compressing memory transfers and taking advantage of cryptographic acceleration hardware. These methods provide faster migration for load balancing, power saving, and planned maintenance.
    • Dynamic Crypto Control - Dynamically add and remove cryptographic units (aka MAU) to and from active domains. Also, migrate active domains that have cryptographic units.
    • Physical-to-virtual (P2V) Conversion - Quickly convert an existing SPARC server running the Oracle Solaris 8, 9 or 10 OS into a virtualized Oracle Solaris 10 image. Use this image to facilitate OS migration into the virtualized environment.
    • Virtual I/O Dynamic Reconfiguration (DR) - Add and remove virtual I/O services and devices without needing to reboot the system.
    • CPU Power Management - Implement power saving by disabling each core on a Sun UltraSPARC T2 or T2 Plus processor that has all of its CPU threads idle.
    • Advanced Network Configuration - Configure the following network features to obtain more flexible network configurations, higher performance, and scalability: Jumbo frames, VLANs, virtual switches for link aggregations, and network interface unit (NIU) hybrid I/O.
    • Official Certification Based On Real-World Testing - Use Oracle VM Server for SPARC with the most sophisticated enterprise workloads under real-world conditions, including Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC).
    • Affordable, Full-Stack Enterprise Class Support - Obtain worldwide support from Oracle for the entire virtualization environment and workloads together. The support covers hardware, firmware, OS, virtualization, and the software stack.

    SPARC Server Virtualization

    SPARC Server Virtualization

    Oracle offers a f
    ull portfolio of virtualization solutions to address your needs. SPARC is the leading platform to have the hard partitioning capability that provides the physical isolation needed to run independent operating systems. Many customers have already used Oracle Solaris Containers for application isolation.

    Oracle VM Server for SPARC provides another important feature with OS isolation. This gives you the flexibility to deploy multiple operating systems simultaneously on a single Sun SPARC T-Series server with finer granularity for computing resources. For SPARC CMT processors, the natural level of granularity is an execution thread, not a time-sliced microsecond of execution resources. Each CPU thread can be treated as an independent virtual processor. The scheduler is built into the CPU, without the extra overhead for scheduling in hypervisor. What you get is a lower overhead and higher performance virtualization solution.

    Your organizations can couple Oracle Solaris Containers and Oracle VM Server for SPARC with the breakthrough space and energy savings afforded by Sun SPARC Enterprise systems with CMT technology to deliver a more agile, responsive, and low-cost environment.


    Management with Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center


    The Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center Virtualization Management Pack provides full lifecycle management of virtual guests, including Oracle VM Server for SPARC and Oracle Solaris Containers. It helps you streamline operations and reduce downtime. Together, the Virtualization Management Pack and the Ops Center Provisioning and Patch Automation Pack provide an end-to-end management solution for physical and virtual systems through a single web-based console. This solution automates the lifecycle management of physical and virtual systems and is the most effective systems management solution for Oracle's Sun infrastructure.

    Ease of Deployment with Configuration Assistant


    The Oracle VM Server for SPARC Configuration Assistant can help you easily create logical domains. After gathering the configuration data, the Configuration Assistant determines the best way to create a deployment to suit your requirements. The Configuration Assistant is available as both a graphical user interface (GUI) and terminal-based tool.

    Oracle Solaris Cluster HA Support


    The Oracle Solaris Cluster HA for Oracle VM Server for SPARC data service provides a mechanism for orderly startup and shutdown, fault monitoring and automatic failover of the Oracle VM Server guest domain service. In addition, applications that run on a logical domain, as well as its resources and dependencies can be controlled and managed independently. These are managed as if they were running in a classical Solaris Cluster hardware node.

    Supported Systems


    Oracle VM Server for SPARC is supported on all Sun SPARC Enterprise T-Series Systems.

    UltraSPARC T2 Plus Systems

    · Sun SPARC Enterprise T5140 Server

    · Sun SPARC Enterprise T5240 Server

    · Sun SPARC Enterprise T5440 Server

    · Sun Netra T5440 Server

    · Sun Blade T6340 Server Module

    · Sun Netra T6340 Server Module

    UltraSPARC T2 Systems

    · Sun SPARC Enterprise T5120 Server

    · Sun SPARC Enterprise T5220 Server

    · Sun Netra T5220 Server

    · Sun Blade T6320 Server Module

    · Sun Netra CP3260 ATCA Blade Server


    Note that UltraSPARC T1 systems are supported on earlier versions of the software.

    Sun SPARC Enterprise T-Series Systems come with the right to use (RTU) for Oracle VM Server for SPARC, and the software is pre-installed. If you have the systems under warranty or with support, you can
    download the software and system firmware as well as their updates. Oracle Premier Support for Systems provides fully-integrated support for your server hardware, firmware, OS, and virtualization software. Visit oracle.com/support for information about Oracle's support offerings for Sun systems.

    For more information about Oracle's virtualization offerings, visit oracle.com/virtualization.

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