Oracle is out this week with a new release of its Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) software. The new VDI 3.3 release expands both the deployment options and performance for enterprises looking to virtualize their desktops.
The VDI 3.3 release is also the first from Oracle that is supported on Oracle Linux.
“The Oracle Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) product came to Oracle through the Sun acquisition and was originally built on top of Oracle Solaris,” an Oracle spokesperson said in an email sent to InternetNews.com. “This release is the first opportunity that our resources and schedule allowed us to add support for Linux.”