Oracle virtual machine News
December 31, 2015
Oracle is investing in container management technology for Docker through an acquisition of cloud computing startup StackEngine, which provides a platform for managing Docker applications.
September 30, 2015
Oracle's new licensing policy for Oracle SE2 has the potential to trip up pre-existing customers or restrict their hardware choices when they upgrade.
September 30, 2015
Oracle changed its licensing policy for Oracle Standard Edition 2, adding a maximum number of cores and threads allowed on a machine running SE2.
June 22, 2015
Oracle plans to use its demonstration project from a TM Forum conference to help NaaS companies design hybrid network products using zero-touch provisioning.
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