An operating system (OS) is an interface between hardware and user, which is responsible for the management and coordination of activities and the sharing of the resources of a computer. An OS also acts as a host for computing applications running on the machine. One of the purposes of an operating system is to handle the resource allocation and access protection of the hardware. This relieves the application programmers from having to manage these details. The Operating System may operate in a Real Machine or Virtual Machine environment. This combination is referred to as the Operating Environment.
dcVAST provides your IT staff with assistance in the use of Solaris, Oracle/Sun version of UNIX.
- Assistance with architecting your Solaris environment to optimize performance of the applications and utilization of the physical computing resources.
- Assistance with the deployment of Solaris including installation, configuration and testing.
- Assistance with support for your systems and storage administrators, and your IT operations staff in using the Solaris and Oracle/Sun virtual machine technologies.
dcVAST has been supporting Solaris for over 20 years, and supports it on Oracle/Sun hardware as well as Intel and AMD processor based machines.