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LDOM and Oracle Virtual Server center are same?

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I haven't worked on solaris for a while. Is LDOM and oracle virtual sever are server same? Can we manage vmware?  Like sun has enterprise manager ops center?
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Solaris LDOM and Oracle VM Server are different products.

You cannot manage VMware vSphere with them.
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Sorry what I mean is can we manage LDOM using any client such as Oracle Enterprse OPs center?  What is the different between LDOM and VM server products?
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Oracle VM Server is the newer product (name) for Solaris LDOMs.

So if you were implenting a new technology today you would use Oracle VM Server.

http://www.oracle.com/us/technologies/virtualization/oracle-vm-server-for-sparc/overview/index.html

http://www.oracle.com/us/technologies/virtualization/oraclevm/overview/index.html
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Exactly, that is my question. Is VM server and Ldoms are same now?
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LDOMs became Oracle VM Server in 2010.
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Thanks a lot.  Oracle Enterprse OPs center product is similar to Vsphere client ? LIke we can manage through gui,etc...
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Yes, it peforms similat functions and more Oracle Enterprse OPs center manages SPARC, X86, Oracle Solaris, Oracle Linux, Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance, Oracle Switches, and both Oracle VM technologies.

So it does a alot more than thje vSphere Client.
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WOW, do they have free version to test ?
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE) earned 500 total points
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You would need to contact your Oracle Account Manager, Oracle do not like giving away test products! (because people then use them in Production without paying any money!).
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Thanks a loooot.
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