- New A-Team Web Site Launched
- WLS Cluster Messaging Protocols on A-Team Chronicles
- Exalogic Virtual - Creating a vServer using LVM2 for the root file-system
- Solaris on Exalogic - Effect of VNIC over eoib0 & eoib1
- Solaris on Exalogic - Transitive Probe-based Failure Detection
- Solaris on Exalogic - Reverse the active/pasive interface of an IPMP group
- Exalogic Virtual Tea Break Snippets - Wrapping the Exalogic iaas cli
- Exalogic Virtual Tea Break Snippets - Cloning an existing vServer
- Exalogic Virtual Tea Break Snippets - Scripted Template Generation from an existing vServer
- Exalogic 2.0.1 Tea Break Snippets - Some Simple ZFS Scripts
Monday Mar 12, 2012
Saturday Mar 10, 2012
Friday Mar 09, 2012
Thursday Mar 01, 2012
By Neeraj Gupta on Mar 01, 2012
What actually drives network requirements ? Use of InfiniBand Partition
Keys to create isolation between functional groups of servers. Sample
use case illustrating how to design internal InfiniBand networks.
Application consolidations and their association with different isolated
networks on InfiniBand.
Tuesday Feb 14, 2012
By Neeraj Gupta on Feb 14, 2012
Technical discussion on an approach to achieve virtualization through network layers. Comparison between InfiniBand Partitions and Ethernet VLANs. Consolidation and Isolation of logical network channels leading to virtualization. How to satisfy computing platforms need to be multi homed ? If these are topics of interest to you, then read on.
Monday Feb 13, 2012
Friday Feb 10, 2012
By Neeraj Gupta on Feb 10, 2012
In the context of Oracle's Engineered Systems, I am going to explain how an InfiniBand network is actually created using various building blocks of hardware and software. Includes a very basic view of a host participating in IB network and their connectivity to achieve redundancy and high availability.
Wednesday Feb 08, 2012
By Sabha on Feb 08, 2012
Friday Feb 03, 2012
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