Monday Jul 30, 2012

Oracle is Sponsoring LinuxCon North America 2012

LinuxCon is the leading annual technical conference in North America that brings together a unique blend of core developers, administrators, users, community managers and industry experts. This event is designed to provide a much needed collaboration and education space for the Linux community.

This year Oracle will be one of the key sponsors and we have a keynote session that features Wim Coekaerts and Mark Sunday as speakers.

LinuxCon will be showcasing Oracle Linux in the following sessions:

Thursday, August 30:

11:20 am - The Proper Care and Feeding of a MySql Database for Linux Administrators

Speaker: Dave Stokes, Oracle

3:20 pm - Policies for Transcending Linux Memory Efficency with Zcache

Speaker: Dan Magenheimer, Oracle

Friday, August 31:

10:05 am – Keynote: Linux Tales from the Trenches of an Ultra Demanding Cloud Data Center

Speakers: Mark Sunday, Senior VP and CIO, Oracle
Wim Coekaerts, SVP, Linux and Virtualization Engineering, Oracle

LinuxCon is co-located with CloudOpen, which will be showcasing Oracle Cloud Technology in the following session:

Wednesday, August 29:

11:40 am – Oracle’s Cloud Computing Strategy – Your Strategy. Your Cloud, Your Choice.

Speaker: David Krauss, Oracle

Stop by the Oracle Linux Technology Showcase booth #113 to get your copy of the Oracle Linux/ Oracle VM DVD as well as talk to our experts.

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Wednesday Jul 04, 2012

Oracle Linux 6.3 has been released

We're happy to announce the availability of Oracle Linux 6.3, the third update release for Oracle Linux 6. ISO images can now be obtained from the Oracle Software Delivery Cloud, the individual RPM packages have already been published from our public yum repository. This distribution now includes the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel Release 2 (2.6.39-200), Oracle's recommended kernel version for Oracle Linux. For further details, please see the Oracle Linux 6.3 Release Notes.

Remember, Oracle Linux can be downloaded, used and distributed free of charge, updates and errata are freely available. For support, you are free to decide for which of your systems you want to obtain a support subscription, and at which level each of  them should be supported. This makes Oracle Linux an ideal choice for both your development and production systems - you decide which support coverage is the best for each of your systems individually, while keeping all of them up-to-date and secure.

Wim Coekaerts recently wrote several blog posts about the benefits of Oracle Linux, which are worth a read:

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