Oracle Releases Virtual Desktop Infrastructure 3.3July 6, 2011 No Comments
Continuing to enhance its desktop virtualization portfolio, Oracle announced Virtual Desktop Infrastructure 3.3, which features an enhanced administration portal with role-based access control, introduces Oracle Linux as a supported host platform and delivers increased performance.
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure is designed for managing and accessing virtualized desktops hosted in the data center. Through centralizing the hosting and management of users’ desktops, Virtual Desktop Infrastructure helps reduce administration overhead, lower total cost of ownership and increase security, the company said. Customers can now choose either Oracle Linux or Oracle Solaris on which to deploy Oracle VDI.DATA and ANALYTICS