Linux Platform Gets New Configurations
Oracle has announced three new validated configurations for Oracle Linux customers. The latest pre-tested configurations include Oracle Linux Running on Oracle Systems. Three new Oracle Validated Configurations are now available to speed the deployment of solutions.
The configurations consist of Oracle Linux 5 with the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel, Oracle Database 11g, Oracle Real Application Clusters, Oracle's Sun ZFS Storage 7420 appliance, and one of the following: Oracle's Sun Fire X4800 server, an 8-socket rackmount x86 system, with QLogic FC HBAs; Oracle's Sun Fire X4470 server, a 4-socket rackmount system; Oracle's Sun Fire X4270 M2 server, a 2-socket rackmount system.
With Oracle Validated Configurations, Oracle Linux customers can deploy a modern, reliable, and optimized corporate IT infrastructure using enterprise hardware and software.
Partners can also showcase how their solutions integrate with Oracle's hardware and software to offer customers a scalable and reliable Oracle Linux-based architecture, along with the fastest way to deploy it. The latest Oracle Validated Configurations are available on the Oracle Technology Network.
"Through Oracle Validated Configurations, customers benefit from pre-tested, verified configurations delivered by Oracle and our partners," said Wim Coekaerts, senior vice president, Linux and Virtualization Engineering, Oracle. "This enables customers to reduce the time they spend on testing and deployment, allowing them to focus more on managing their infrastructure and developing new business solutions."
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