Oracle has announced Oracle Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) 3.3, featuring an enhanced administration portal with role based access control, introducing Oracle Linux as a supported host platform and delivering increased performance.
Oracle Virtual Desktop Infrastructure is a complete solution for managing and accessing virtualized desktops hosted in the datacenter.
Through centralizing the hosting and management of users’ desktops, Oracle Virtual Desktop Infrastructure helps reduce administration overhead, lower total cost of ownership and increase security.
Oracle VDI adds support for Oracle Linux as a host /installation platform. Customers can now choose either Oracle Linux or Oracle Solaris on which to deploy Oracle VDI.
Guest support includes the latest Oracle Solaris, Microsoft Windows and other Linux-based operating systems such as Ubuntu 11.04.
Oracle Virtual Desktop Infrastructure 3.3 is part of Oracle’s complete desktop-to-datacenter virtualization portfolio that enables customers to efficiently and easily virtualize and manage their full software and hardware stack, from applications to disk.
Oracle’s desktop virtualization products, including Oracle Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, are certified with any Oracle Applications that are supported to run within an Internet browser environment.