Oracle Technology Network TechCasts: Why Oracle Developed Network Virtualization

Oracle Technology Network TechCasts

Nicholas Droux explains how figuring out the engineering to manage network traffic for multiple Oracle zones across a single Network Interface Card (NIC) naturally led to the development of virtual NICs. And then to the network-in-a-box concept, which allowed you for the first time to create comp.

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Nicholas Droux explains how figuring out the engineering to manage network traffic for multiple Oracle zones across a single Network Interface Card (NIC) naturally led to the development of virtual NICs. And then to the network-in-a-box concept, which allowed you for the first time to create complete network topologies and run them within a single host to experiment, simulate, or test.

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