Oracle today unveiled its own implementation of the Xen open source platform.
Even though Oracle didn't make much of a fuss about it, the announcement has "Oracle Linux Repeat" written all over it.
Last year at Oracle Open World, the database vendor unveiled a "support program" for Red Hat Linux. In reality, Oracle launched its own Linux distribution which was based on Red Hat Linux. Customers would save money, but there was one major catch: applications supported for Red Hat Linux would not be supported on Oracle Linux. The market responded with a collective yawn.
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