- From: Mladen Gogala <gogala.mladen@xxxxxxxxx>
- To: Noveljic Nenad <nenad.noveljic@xxxxxxxxxxxx>, "oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 9 Oct 2019 08:27:57 -0400
On 10/9/19 8:09 AM, Noveljic Nenad wrote:
Thank you, Mladen – then we’ll start our evaluation with OL7.
Is there any particular reason why you didn’t mention KVM (
https://www.redhat.com/en/topics/virtualization/what-is-KVM ) for
VMWare isn’t strategic in our shop. In contrast, we’ve been having an
absolutely positive experience with Hyper-V for hosting SQL Server,
but we would like to avoid it for Oracle, as we’d need to deal with
yet another team, where it isn’t absolutely necessary.
No particular reason. As a consultant, I have most frequently
encountered the aforementioned hypervisors. I have no experiences with
KVM, either good or bad.
Anybody can share their experiences with OVM?
OVM can pretty much do what all other hypervisors can also do. In
addition to that, OVM virtual machines can be easily moved to Oracle
Cloud and Oracle is willing to discount the price for databases is you
buy OVM, which makes things cheaper for you. Again, those are business
reasons, not technical reasons. Hypervisor software has reached a level
of maturity, just like office software. All the office software suites
can doc and docx documents, export them as PDF and edit styles and
fonts. BTW, OVM is KVM based.
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