It is often really important to have assurance from the types of built-in capabilities that an operating system provides out-of-the-box, as many additional examples of end-user value are constantly being engineered into (and innovated on top of), in this case, Oracle Solaris. One of the older 32-bit Intel Pentium-based systems running an earlier version of […]

Oracle’s recent public release on Software Defined Networking is attracting a lot of attention from end-users and industry analysts alike, ¬†thought it would be a great opportunity¬†to expand on the types of additional benefits for Oracle systems and Oracle Solaris customers today. Being the first OpenStack-related announcement since Oracle’s initial corporate sponsorship of the OpenStack […]