Virtualisation: Oracle rachte then firm Virtual Iron

July 24, 2009 at 7:17 am Leave a comment

Stratgie – In May, Oracle repurchased a spcialist of the virtualisation: Virtual Iron. Oracle comes dannoncer the end from the dveloppements and the sale of licences, with the profit of its technologies house. Lavenir de Sun sassombrit.

Aprs S `tre empar in May D `a ditor of solutions of virtualisation of waiters bases on Xen, Virtual Iron, Oracle has dcid to cease the sale of the licences and the dveloppements.

the companies exploiting of Virtual Iron thus learned that the software of the ditor does not bnficieraient any more a dveloppements. They will not be able to acqurir new licences either. In a mail adress with the retailers of Virtual Iron, Oracle indicates indeed qu `it puts a term their sales.

Inquitudes on the future of the products of virtualisation of Sun

the ditor goes prsent to start the intgration of its own solution of virtualisation (Oracle VM) with technologies of Virtual Iron. In the long term, the companies customer of Virtual Iron will thus be forced to migrate towards the Oracle offer or towards another hypervisor of the march.

As for the support, it remains assur by the fifteen salaris of Virtual Iron not licencis by Oracle (all the others employs have T remercis by the ditor).

This dcision D `Oracle to close a company only one month aprs its repurchase lets fear it (rachet in April), in the matriel () and within the competing products of the Oracle applications.

Sun would thus have D `now and dj enterr its new. Its offer of virtualisation, xVM could connatre well Mrs. leaves.


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