Little more than a month after acquiring Virtual Iron for an undisclosed fee, Oracle is effectively killing the company's virtualization product. In a letter to Virtual Iron's sales partners, Oracle says it "will suspend development of existing Virtual Iron products and will suspend delivery of orders to new customers." And in a …
This might not be that bad if the "merging" is more like replacing :)
What does this mean for VirtualBox?
...I must admit, this has me worried for what Oracle might do to VirtualBox when it completes the acquisition of Sun. I now worry for its future.
Trade iron for a box?
Perhaps they're seeing more bread in Virtual Box which they can get off Sun?
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