Virtualization Bootcamp at Collaborate 10 - April 18, 2010 Las Vegas
By George Trujillo on Nov 21, 2009
Virtualization Bootcamp for Oracle Technology Professionals
Collaborate 10 - Oracle User Conference April 18, 2010
Mandalay Bay Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV
Presenters: George Trujillo (Sun Microsystems) and Steve Lemme (Computer Associates)
Attendees can bring their own laptop and use a Sun Virtual Box solution on their own machine to configure and manage a Solaris virtualized environment. A laptop is not required if an attendee would like to watch the workshop demonstrations instead of doing the hands on labs.
In supporting and managing new technology, administrators and DBAs are increasing virtualized environment deployments with production applications, web servers and databases being moved into them. Virtualization is one of the hottest areas in database environments for reducing the total cost of ownership and optimizing operations. Virtualization offers, speed, flexibility and agility in managing systems, databases, application servers. and applications. Beyond the driving factors, what do you need to know to be successful in supporting and managing virtualized environments? Join your peers in this bootcamp designed to help you increase your skills, learn virtualization fundamentals as well as management essentials. Virtualization is increasing its role and is a stepping stone for cloud computing and automation in the data center.
- Virtualization opportunities and challenges
- Benefits of virtualization
- Industry terminology
- Virtualization role in Cloud Computing
- Types of virtualization technology available
- Server consolidation
- Working with virtualization technology such as Sun Solaris Containers, Logical Domains, Zones, VMware and Oracle VM
- Virtualization architectures
- Set up and migration to a VM
- Configuring a Solaris Zone
- Zone administration and management
- Creating backups in zone environments
- Migrating a zone
- Installing packages in zones
- Configuring zone resources
- Database considerations in a VM environment
- Database management through virtualization
- Cloning databases
- Database backups in a VM
- High availability in a VM environment
- Testing and deployment
- Essential roles and skills for virtualized envionments
- Virtualization management
- Virtualization best practices
Learning Objective 1
Industry trends, terminology, features, challenges and benefits of virtualization
Learning Objective 2
Key fundamental skills in virtualization through Solaris containers and logical domains.
Learning Objective 3
The opportunity virtualization and cloud computing provides and how you can take advantage in your own project work
A background in database and/or Unix operating systems.
Some of the technical topics may be modified as we get closer to the bootcamp start date to make sure the latest information is covered.