Oracle VM and other virtualization technologies

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About Oracle VM and other virtualization technologies

Oracle VM, Parallels Virtuozzo and other alternatives to the market-leading virtualization technologies may not be poised to overtake the virtualization market. But these alternatives to VMware, Hyper-V and XenServer can offer interoperability, price or other advantages for shops looking to virtualize on a budget, standardize on a single vendor, or those with other concerns. This section on Oracle VM virtualization and lesser-known virtualization technologies helps you evaluate alternatives to VMware, provides case studies and news on those virtualizing (or migrating from) these alternative hypervisor or other virtualizaiton technologies and offers tips and how-tos on using these virtualization options in your virtualized environment.