VMware Supports BEA's Effort To Virtualize Java Apps
Project will allow BEA's Java applications to work within virtual environments created with VMware's tools
At last week's VMworld, BEA and VMware announced their partnership on a project to allow BEA's Java applications to work within virtual environments created with VMware's tools.
BEA's LiquidVM VI Client Extension will work as a VMware Virtual Infrastructure plug-in. According to a press release, the extension will allow VMware VirtualCenter "users to create, configure and manage LiquidVM-based virtual machines, such as WebLogic Server Virtual Edition or any other Java application" from within VirtualCenter.
VirtualCenter is comprised of a suite of tools for centralized provisioning, monitoring and management of virtualized environments.
According to a BEA press release, LiquidVM "is a virtualization-enabled version of the JRockit JVM that can run on a hypervisor without a standard OS."
VMware said it has plans- to include BEA's LiquidVM VI Client Extension in future versions of VirtualCenter.
To read the press release, click here.
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