Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center Manages Sun Microsystems Products
Oracle announces the availability of Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center, which gives IT administrators a platform for making use of physical and virtual Sun Microsystems environments, along with Enterprise Manager Management Connector for Ops Center, which provides viewpoints into underlying Sun servers, Oracle Solaris and related virtualization. Oracle is working on integrating Sun assets into its technology base due to its $7.4 billion acquisition of the company, even as it continues to release new applications for its various software platforms.Oracle announced March 16 the availability of its Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center, a platform for using physical and virtual Sun Microsystems environments. The announcement reflects what will surely be a period of Oracle focus on integrating Sun's assets into the company's portfolio, as that $7.4 billion acquisition heads toward completion. Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center allows IT administrators to manage both physical and virtual infrastructure from a single point through every stage in the life cycle, from discovery and updating to management. The platform also allows for life-cycle management of Oracle Solaris Containers and Oracle VM Server for SPARC, and updating of Oracle Solaris through a proprietary software dependency engine. Systems can be placed into production faster through built-in knowledge of Oracle software and Sun systems, as well as active management of the service processor, virtual stack and operating environments, Oracle said.
In addition, the company introduced Oracle Enterprise Manager Management Connector for Ops Center, which allows a view into underlying Sun servers, Oracle Solaris and related virtualization.