Tuesday, January 13, 2009


Using Oracle in a Windows VM

Microsoft recently introduced Hyper-v with Windows 2008 Server. In order to determine the overhead of running Oracle on Hyper-v we performed a benchmark on identical hardware using both Hyper-v and a non-virtual server using Oracle 10g for Windows. The resulting whitepaper is available for download from our website: www.perftuning.com.

With Windows Server 2008, everything needed to support database server virtualization is available as an integral part of the operating system – Windows Server 2008 Hyper-v. This whitepaper demonstrates the performance capabilities of Oracle 10g on Hyper-v. It also has provides several best practices and resources essential to virtualization of Oracle database workloads.

Please visit our website and take a look.

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