Solaris 11 Previewed at OpenWorld
Solaris 11 was previewed.Oracle showcased Oracle Solaris 11 at OpenWorld, ahead of its planned release in November. Oracle Solaris is a mature enterprise operating system for both SPARC and x86 systems. It fares well in cloud systems, enabling secure and fast deployment of services in a large-scale cloud environment. Oracle launched public cloud and social network gateway.
The Oracle Public Cloud will offer companies a more centralized way to obtain integrated cloud-supported applications and infrastructure for their data centers. It also will enable IT managers with Oracle shops to deploy in quicker fashion the newest Fusion applications, middleware and databases. Naturally, it is all hosted and managed by Oracle.
Oracle launched a NoSQL database.Oracle launched a NoSQL database, based on the BSD system. Since Oracle has acquired a variety of database products ranging from the acquisition of RDB from DEC to Sleepycat and TimesTen to MySQL (acquired with Sun Microsystems), it is well-positioned for releasing such a product, which is gaining traction in the enterprise market. Dell validated integration with its Force10 plug-in. Dell's own networking division revealed that it is the first networking provider to have achieved Oracle Validated Integration with its Dell Force10 Open Automation plug-in for Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c, which is designed to provide deeper visibility into the networking stack for both physical and virtual infrastructure.