Oracle VM 3.0 was launched recently. I'd like to talk a bit more about the centralized network management capability in Oracle VM 3.0, one of new enhancements to benefit customers to easily build your virtualization infrastructure.
Oracle VM is designed
to support sophisticated network configurations in order to provide the highest and most predictable
performance, scalability, and availability for the virtual machines. The networking infrastructure
in the Oracle VM environment needs to be able to support a number of functions.
Oracle VM provides the ability to separate networks in
order to isolate traffic and maintain a predictable quality of service. Up to
five separate network types can be defined from Oracle VM Manager: A server
management network, live migration network, cluster heartbeat network, virtual
machine IP network, and a storage network.
When you create an Oracle VM network, you map available
network ports to a set of logical Ethernet networks from the Oracle VM Manager
GUI. All Oracle VM Server logical network configuration and management tasks—such
as creating networks, setting up NIC port bonding, and configuring VLAN
Networks—are now performed using Oracle VM Manager.
To learn the networking capability and implement your networking design in Oracle VM 3.0, visit Oracle Learning Library for the series of demos on Oracle VM 3.0 networking, such as:
For more information about Oracle's virtualization solutions, visit oracle.com/virtualization.