Monday Nov 30, 2015

Oracle at the Gartner Data Center, Infrastructure & Operations Management Conference


Oracle is a Premier sponsor of the Gartner Data Center, Infrastructure & Operations Management Conference this December 7 – 10, 2015, in Las Vegas, NV. Attendees will have the opportunity to meet with Oracle experts in a variety of sessions, including demonstrations during the showcase receptions where they can discuss topics on Oracle’s Engineered Systems and many more of Oracle’s product offerings.

Oracle’s Solution Provider Session: New Thinking in Critical IT Infrastructure

Tuesday, December 8, 2015 
11:15 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. 

Speaker: Chuck Hollis 

IT services are moving to the cloud, that's a fact, but you will always have critical services that run in your data center. You need a new type of infrastructure that allows you to move seamlessly between traditional IT, private & public cloud. This session will feature executive thought leaders from Oracle and leading customers to share their experience in transforming IT infrastructure.

Oracle will be at the Conference Exhibition Hall C, Booth #411 on:

Exhibiting Date & Hours:

Monday, December 7th 

6 - 8 PM: Show floor hours

Tuesday, December 8th

12– 2 PM: Show floor hours

6 – 8 PM: Show floor hours

Wednesday, December 9th

12- 2 PM: Show floor hours

Come and talk to our experts and grab a DVD with Oracle Linux and Oracle VM on it.

Register today. 

Friday Nov 27, 2015

Friday Spotlight: Pre-requisites for Oracle Private Cloud Appliance Training

This Friday we wanted to share a blog about Oracle PCA training. The Oracle Private Cloud Appliance: Overview introduces essential concepts for administrators and talks to the operation of the virtualization environment hosted by the Private Cloud Appliance, helping you manage Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS).

Before taking this course, people should have familiarity with:

  • Creating and managing virtual machines
  • Configuring networks and storage in the data center and in a virtualized environment
  • Physical and virtual server system administration
  • IaaS and PaaS concepts

For information about what you will will learn during this seminar, please see the course description. To register for an event or to request that an event is added to the schedule, go to http://education.oracle.com.

Wednesday Nov 25, 2015

Announcing the general availability of Oracle Linux 7.2

We're happy to announce the general availability of Oracle Linux 7 Update 2, the second update release for Oracle Linux 7. You can find the individual RPM packages on the Unbreakable Linux Network (ULN) and the Oracle Linux Yum Server and ISO installation images are available for download from the Oracle Software Delivery Cloud.

Oracle Linux 7 Update 2 ships with the following kernel packages:

  • Red Hat Compatible Kernel (kernel-3.10.0-327.el7) for x86-64
  • Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel (UEK) Release 3 (kernel-uek-3.8.13-98.7.1.el7uek) for x86-64 
By default, both the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel and the Red Hat Compatible Kernel are installed and the system boots the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel.

Notable features in this release include:

  • The, makedumpfile can now use sadump format for kernel dumps of more than 16 TB of physical memory
  • During non-graphical installations, kdump can now be configured at the time of install
  • MySQL 5.6 Community Edition can now be installed directly with the Anaconda installer or kickstart
  • OpenSCAP has been upgraded to version 1.2.5
  • Administrators may now configure kdump during non-graphical installations

For more details on these and other new features and changes in Oracle Linux 7 Update 2, please consult the release notes in the Oracle Linux Product Documentation Library.

Oracle Linux can be downloaded, used and distributed free of charge and all updates and errata are freely available. For support, you decide which of your systems require a support subscription.  This makes Oracle Linux an ideal choice for your development, testing and production systems.  You decide which support coverage is the best for each of your systems individually, while keeping all of your systems up-to-date and secure.  For customers with Oracle Linux Premier Support, you also receive access to zero-downtime kernel updates using Oracle Ksplice and support for Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux.

 For more information about Oracle Linux, please visit www.oracle.com/linux

Friday Nov 20, 2015

FRIDAY SPOTLIGHT: Best Videos about Oracle Linux from OOW15

There's something better about hearing a topic in a video, it is as if you have been transported to that location without interruptions from other elements. You also get to know the presenter at a different level; how he gets excited about his products, his projects or the environment around him. For this reason, we wanted to dedicate this Friday to all the Oracle OpenWorld videos that feature Oracle Linux.  It will give you an amazing insight and transport you to San Francisco, to that moment!

Keynotes: 

First we want to start with Oracle OpenWorld 2015  keynotes that have featured Oracle Linux announcements. We recommend watching Larry Ellison and Intel CEO, Brian Krzanich's keynotes.

theCUBE Videos 

The second video set is Oracle Executives that are featured in SiliconAngle's theCube. Wim Coekaerts, Sr.VP of Linux and Virtualization Engineering, had been very busy during Oracle OpenWorld this year with some great interviews. His videos are always fun to watch and very informative about latest technologies like docker, containers and OpenStack. The second video is from our Chief Architect, Edward Screven. You can hear his views on Open Source in the video below.

Partner Videos from the Showcase 

Our third video set covers some of our great ISV and IHV Partners who have participated in our OracleLinux, Oracle VM and OpenStack Showcase. 

amitego AG - Oracle OpenWorld 2015

Intel - Oracle OpenWorld 2015

QLogic - Oracle OpenWorld 2015

SGI - Oracle OpenWorld 2015

Tech Talk Video

Last, but not least is our Tech Talk video about Node.js and Oracle Linux. In this video, we give you insights on how to use node.js on Oracle Linux from Chris Jones who develops on that platform.

Oracle Linux and Node.js - Tech Talk

Have fun watching these all engaging videos and transporting to Oracle Linux-land!

Friday Nov 13, 2015

Announcing the general availability of Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel Release 3 Quarterly Update 7

We are pleased to announce the availability of the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel Release 3 Quarterly Update 7 (UEKR3U7) for Oracle Linux 6 and Oracle Linux 7. This is the seventh quarterly update release for UEK Release 3 (Version 3.8.13-118) and includes driver updates and a consolidation of fixes for bugs and security issues.

Some notable highlights include:

  • For Oracle Linux 7 installations, support has been included for network teaming, which includes active-backup, broadcast, load-balancing and round-robin modes
  • Continued enhancements for Linux containers including the introduction of the new LXC flag --privileged=rt which allows the administrator the ability to run real-time processes
  • Support for Intel® Broadwell processors
  • Xen improvements, including updates to netfront and netback drivers
  • Device driver updates (e.g. storage devices, network cards) from key partners, such as:
    • Broadcom
    • Chelsio
    • Emulex
    • Intel®
    • Mellanox
    • QLogic
    • VMware

For more information about this release, please refer to the release notes

The source code is available on our public git repository

Tuesday Nov 10, 2015

Learn About Using DTrace with Oracle Linux

DTrace is a performance analysis and troubleshooting tool. DTrace allows dynamic tracing by defining probe points dynamically. Probes and actions at probe points are defined by commands and scripts written in the D language.

To learn about using DTrace with Oracle Linux, view this video and learn to: 

  • Subscribe to the DTrace channel on ULN
  • Install the DTrace software packages
  • Load the DTrace kernel modules
  • List DTrace probes
  • Use the DTrace command line interface
  • Run DTrace scripts
  • Access the DTrace guide and DTrace tutorial

You can learn more about DTrace and other advanced linux tasks by taking the training course relevant to the version of your operating system:

DTrace is one of the topics tested in the Oracle Certified Professional: Oracle Linux 6 Advanced System Administration exam.

For more information about the Oracle Linux curriculum, go to http://oracle.com/education/linux.

Friday Nov 06, 2015

FRIDAY SPOTLIGHT: We are Sponsoring LISA'15 | USENIX Conference


USENIX’s LISA conference is the premier meeting place for professionals who make computing work efficiently across a variety of industries. If you’re an IT operations professional, site-reliability engineer, system administrator, architect, software engineer, researcher, or otherwise involved in ensuring that IT services are effectively delivered to others—this is your conference, and we’d love to see you there.

This year, Oracle Linux and Oracle Solaris teams are sponsoring the event.  Our vendor talk this year is:

Cutting-edge Linux Kernel Development on New SPARC Systems

Thursday, November 12, 2015 - 2:45pm-3:30pm

Join Wim Coekaerts, SVP of Linux and Virtualization at Oracle for an exclusive session at LISA15 on how his team has been driving Linux development on SPARC.  Get insights on how we have modernized the tool chain and enabled brand new SPARC M7 features like silicon secured memory.  See how you can use our latest development code on the new M7 servers or try it on existing SPARC machines you have. We will be covering what's in the development code and what's coming. 

Don't miss it. Mark your calendar to attend this important session. We will also have great giveaways during his talk as well as at the Booth #103 where you can stop by to talk to one of the Oracle experts.

See you at LISA | USENIX 2015 !

Tuesday Nov 03, 2015

Wanted - Technical Writer for Oracle Linux and Virtualization team

Hi everyone, are you a technical writer knowledgeable on Linux and virtualization?

We are looking for an experienced technical writer to work on producing documentation for our Linux and Virtualization products. Our documentation team is responsible for documenting Oracle VM, Oracle PCA, Oracle Linux, Oracle Secure Global Desktop. We are hiring around the area of Linux and Server Virtualization. It is possible that assignments will shift around eventually within the set of products listed above. 

The work environment provides the opportunity for learning and continually acquiring new skills, delivering to revenue generating products and working with the latest network, server and virtualization technologies. Candidates should be prepared to work intensively with our developers and support organization when writing documentation and should be interested not just in writing but also in the technical aspects of publishing documentation.

Our team members are expected to be motivated and to work independently, requiring discipline and excellent time-management skills as well as the technical facilities to communicate across the Internet/Intranet. A strong sense of autonomy and excellent communication skills are essential to facilitate working across geographies and with information sources from technical and product management job functions since the department is highly geographically distributed.

Qualifications: 

  • Native English speaker
  • Solid Knowledge of virtualization technologies and storage
  • Ability to learn new technologies
  • 5 or more years previous experience in writing software documentation
  • Experience with writing documentation for virtualization and / or Operating Sytems products
  • Solid knowledge of the Linux operating system, and its commands. 
  • Familiarity with other operating systems: Solaris, Windows
  • Solid Knowledge of XML, DocBook XML, and XSL style sheets
  • Knowledge of Wikis and HTML- Experience with graphical tools
  • Familiarity with distributed working environments and source code versioning systems such as SVN
  • Familiarity with X86_64 and Sparc hardware architectures is a plus
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to administer own workstation and test environment
  • Natural curiosity

Position #: 150001G2  - Technical Writer 

Apply here 


Monday Nov 02, 2015

New Userspace Patching with Oracle Ksplice!

Last week, Larry Ellison introduced userspace patching with Oracle Ksplice. This is a groundbreaking addition to the already extensive capabilities of Ksplice, giving administrators the tools they need to cope with security threats and other issues without impacting running systems.

If you're unfamiliar with Ksplice, it provides zero-downtime patching (also known as “live patching") for Linux. With Ksplice, updates and errata (CVEs, etc.) can be applied to running systems without restarting applications or rebooting. This is a boon for organizations since scheduling downtime across a server farm is a significant event, and many companies using a variety of operating systems only perform patches periodically in a regular cycle. But being able to apply critical updates immediately–or remove them, if necessary–without impacting servers even under heavy load allows administrators to reduce the window of vulnerability for security issues to the bare minimum, making systems more secure. A fantastic primer on Ksplice can be found in Wim Coekaerts' blog post The Magic of Ksplice.

While Ksplice has been a great tool for applying patches without downtime, it has been focused exclusively on kernel patches. That is, until last week with the announcement of userspace patching for Ksplice.

Why is userspace patching important? Well, patching the kernel as Ksplice has done for years solves a number of issues. It lets you patch security vulnerabilities at the kernel level, it allows you to apply patches to do diagnostics, and so on. But applications rely on services available above the kernel (in “userspace”) to do many of their tasks. For example, glibc, the GNU C Library, is the standard C and C++ library used by applications on Linux. And OpenSSL provides secure networking services for applications so applications don’t have to implement these features from scratch. But patching the kernel doesn’t help with changes that need to be made in these system wide libraries.

These standard libraries are very useful because they allow the community to optimize and standardize on how common tasks are accomplished. But since they are used by so many applications, a flaw in one of these libraries creates widespread exposure. Just such an exposure happened with the Heartbleed Bug, where an issue with OpenSSL left thousands of servers at risk.

With userspace patching in Ksplice, Oracle can now provide you with the tools to patch these userspace libraries without downtime. At Oracle OpenWorld last week, we were showing attendees in the Oracle Linux, Oracle VM, and OpenStack Showcase how we can apply userspace patches for the Ghost and Heartbleed vulnerabilities, check that the systems were indeed secured, and then roll those patches back to their unsecured state, all in a couple of minutes and without stopping running applications. This is the power of the new userspace feature of Ksplice. In this first release of userspace patching, the focus is on glibc and OpenSSL since this will cover many of the security related issues customers will run into. 

With the addition of userspace patching, a great tool just got even better. Ksplice can now patch the running Linux kernel and also patch userspace glibc and OpenSSL without downtime. Userspace patching is a huge development in zero-downtime patching, and another tool in the toolbox for administrators needing to cope with critical updates. This brings the magic of Ksplice from the kernel up to userspace, making your systems safer.

Userspace patching for Ksplice is available now in the enhanced Ksplice client for customers with Oracle Linux Premier Support. You can read about it in the latest Ksplice documentation and when you’re ready to try it out, you can enable it on the Unbreakable Linux Network and install it on your systems.

Friday Oct 30, 2015

FRIDAY SPOTLIGHT: Re-cap of OpenWorld 2015 for Oracle Linux, Virtualization and OpenStack for Oracle Linux

Hello everyone, what a week it had been, we have wrapped up another Oracle Openworld!

Thank you to all our partners, customers, speakers, demo staff and organizers for making this Oracle OpenWorld a special one. For those curious about the statistics this year, I wanted to share those fascinating numbers  (see infographic attached).

Oracle OpenWorld 2015 turned out to be an amazing one for our teams. We would like to recap and summarize our announcements and activities. 

Highlights from the Keynotes: 

Oracle Linux was center stage in this year's keynotes. Friday night, we had Intel CEO talking about how Oracle Linux and displaying it on the stage. One of the biggest announcements at the show is the new userspace patching capability of Ksplice, unveiled in Larry Ellison’s The Secure Cloud keynote . Ksplice is included with Oracle Linux Premier Support and administrators have been using it to patch the running Linux kernel with zero-downtime and without rebooting for years, with over 1 million patches distributed. But patching kernel vulnerabilities is only part of the security story, because vulnerabilities can also occur in system libraries like glibc and OpenSSL. In 2014, The Heartbleed Bug exploited a vulnerability in OpenSSL and cost organizations millions of dollars. With the userspace patching feature of Ksplice, vulnerabilities like this can be corrected immediately when the patch is available without downtime or rebooting, dramatically improving the security of your systems.

Watch the keynotes on-demand if you have not had a chance to tune in during OpenWorld. 

From theCube :

Wim Coekaerts, SVP of Linux and Virtualization Engineering discussed the updates to Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux and Open source at Oracle with SiliconANGLE Media team at theCube, at Oracle OpenWorld 2015 in San Francisco. My favorite part was about his comments on open-source. He explained Open source at Oracle is a “development strategy, not a philosophical approach.” If it makes business sense to develop the product as open source, that’s how it moves forward. Open source is not just in my department,” Coekaerts explained, "but rather across the company". This was a great video interview with Wim Coekaerts, not to be missed!

Highlights from the Showcase and Exhibition Hall:

Our Oracle Linux, Oracle VM and OpenStack Showcase area was a big hit with the Oracle OpenWorld attendees this year. Our partners amitego AG, Intel, Huawei, Fortinet, SGI, Qlogic, Niksun and Linux Foundation showcased their solutions and presented in the theatre. We also had great interaction with attendees at our Oracle demo pods fe,aturing Oracle Linux, Oracle VMOracle VM VirtualBox, Oracle Secure Global Desktop and Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux products. Our theatre sessions were so busy that we had to bring extra seating. 

Highlights from our sessions:

Our sessions were amazing, everyone that attended came out with positive remarks, one attendee tweeted at Greg Marsden's session : "Nice session 'Maximize Oracle Linux Performance on Servers and in the Cloud'  Tuning OS, Memory, FS. Can't wait to try them. #oow15 ".  There were few "wow!" and "really?" remarks in Wim Coekaerts' general session when audience heard that Oracle VM VirtualBox supports almost all the OS in the market including IBM OS/2 (looks like some of our banking customers still using it for custom applications). 

Key takeaways:

  • Security is critical in today's ever-present cyber attacks and we have the solution for your Linux environment: new userspace patching and existing kernel patching capability of Ksplice makes it the must have item
  • If you are running on Oracle Engineered Systems, or Oracle Public Cloud, you are already running on Oracle Linux and Oracle VM. Why not implement it elsewhere in your infrastructure.
  • We have announced Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux R2- that simplifies deployment and administration by leveraging docker-based containers for deployment and upgrades
  • Oracle Linux and Oracle VM is certified and supported by all the major partners 

I would like to end with an article that sums it all: Larry Ellison's World View: 7 Observations Straight From The Hip

See you all at the next  Oracle OpenWorld, September 18-22, 2016.

Zeynep Koch 

Wednesday Oct 28, 2015

OOW15 - Wednesday, Oct 28: What is Coming Up Today?

Hello to you on a Wednesday morning at Oracle OpenWorld

Today's keynote is "Oracle's Converged Strategy: From On-Premises to Cloud…and Back " by Dave Donatelli. , 9:00 a.m.–10:15 a.m., at Moscone North, Hall D. 

It had been a really busy two days for us but today is even more packed for Oracle Linux and Virtualization teams. Just check out those sessions we have lined up for you:

Sessions and Hands-On-Labs:

  • Build and Deploy Portable Applications Using Docker and Oracle Linux [HOL10328] Wednesday, Oct 28, 8:45 a.m. | Hotel Nikko—Nikko Ballroom I (3rd Floor)
  • How to Manage Your Oracle Linux Environment with Spacewalk [HOL10326] Wednesday, Oct 28, 10:15 a.m. | Hotel Nikko—Monterey (3rd Floor)
  • Building a Large-Scale Cloud Infrastructure with Oracle VM and Oracle Linux [CON9487] Wednesday, Oct 28, 11:00 a.m. | Park Central—Metropolitan II
  • Business Continuity for Virtualization and Cloud Infrastructure [CON9575] Wednesday, Oct 28, 12:15 p.m. | Park Central—Metropolitan II
  • Rapid Private Cloud with Oracle VM and Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux [CON9576] Wednesday, Oct 28, 1:45 p.m. | Park Central—Metropolitan II
  • The Enterprise Cloud Simplified with Oracle VM [CON9488] Wednesday, Oct 28, 3:00 p.m. | Park Central—Metropolitan II
  • Maximize Your Private Cloud Investment with Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux [CON9574] Wednesday, Oct 28, 4:15 p.m. | Park Central—Metropolitan II
  • Deploying and Managing a Private Cloud [HOL10469] Wednesday, Oct 28, 4:15 p.m. | Hotel Nikko—Nikko Ballroom II (3rd Floor)

 As usual, we have some great showcase theatre sessions lined up as well:

Today is also your last chance to win these great prizes so don't forget to come to Oracle Linux, Oracle VM and OpenStack Showcase at Moscone South, Booth 121. 

Hope you have a great Wednesday at and come and see us at our sessions and showcase.

Tuesday Oct 27, 2015

OOW15 - Tuesday, Oct 27: What is Coming Up Today?

Happy Tuesday to all Oracle OpenWorld attendees and those watching online.

Today is full of important Keynotes and General sessions by Oracle Linux and Virtualization team. Keynotes are at Moscone North, Hall D.,  first one 8:30 10:15 a.m. "Oracle Software Innovations", Thomas Kurian, the second one - not to be missed- "The Secure Cloud", by Larry Ellison, 1:30 p.m.–3:15 p.m. These keynotes will be streamed live from Oracle OpenWorld website.

For Linux and Virtualization audiences the key event is the general sessions. Oracle's Wim Coekaerts, Sr.VP of Linux and Virtualization Engineering will present the General sessions highlighted in red below, mark them in your schedule and don't miss:

  • General Session: Oracle Linux—the State of the Penguin [GEN9479]Tuesday, Oct 27, 11:00 a.m. | Park Central—Metropolitan II
  • Secure Your Data Center with Oracle Linux [CON9483] Tuesday, Oct 27, 12:15 p.m. | Park Central—Metropolitan II
  • General Session: How Oracle Linux and Virtualization Power the Cloud [GEN9486] Tuesday, Oct 27, 4:00 p.m. | Park Central—Metropolitan II
  • Oracle VM: Complete and Integrated Virtualization Solution in a Data Center [CON6120] Tuesday, Oct 27, 5:15 p.m. | Park Central—Metropolitan II

If you missed the Oracle Linux, Oracle VM and OpenStack Showcase, Moscone South, Booth #121 yesterday,  today is the day to visit. We will have the Oracle product managers and engineers and Partner experts to answer your questions. 

Today's theatre sessions in the showcase area will be:


We all look forward to talking to you.

Zeynep Koch 



Monday Oct 26, 2015

OOW15 - Monday, Oct 26: What is Coming Up Today?


Hello to you from Oracle OpenWorld !

We are very excited to start the 2nd day of OpenWorld. If you have listened to the Sunday night keynote, you know that Oracle Linux was a star taking its place in the stage. Keynote today is "Vision 2025: Digital Transformation in the Cloud" , 9:00 a.m–10:15 a.m., at Moscone North, Hall D. Mark Hurd will present with key speakers from AIG and GE.

Right after the keynote stop by Moscone South, Booth #121, Oracle Linux, Oracle VM and OpenStack Showcase to see Oracle demo pods, Partner kiosks from Intel, SGI, Fortinet, Qlogic, Niksun, Huawei, amitego AG, and Linux Foundation. We have great giveaways and prizes for you including Intel NUC and life-size Penguin.

Monday is also full of informative sessions and Hands-on-Labs for Oracle Linux, Virtualization and OpenStack for Oracle Linux teams.  

Our sessions for Monday, Oct 26 are: 

  • Deploy Oracle Real Application Clusters in Minutes Using Oracle VM Templates [HOL10471] Monday, Oct 26, 11:00 a.m. | Hotel Nikko—Nikko Ballroom II (3rd Floor)
  • Performance Optimizations for Cloud Infrastructure as a Service [CON9577] Monday, Oct 26, 12:15 p.m. | Park Central—Metropolitan II
  • Getting Started with Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux [HOL10473] Monday, Oct 26, 12:30 p.m. | Hotel Nikko—Nikko Ballroom II (3rd Floor)
  • Deploy an Oracle E-Business Suite System in Minutes Using Oracle VM Templates [HOL10472] Monday, Oct 26, 2:00 p.m. | Hotel Nikko—Nikko Ballroom II (3rd Floor)
  • Maximize Oracle Linux Performance on Servers and in the Cloud [CON9481] Monday, Oct 26, 2:45 p.m. | Park Central—Metropolitan II
  • Oracle Linux: Build, Test, and Deploy—Tools for the Modern Developer [CON9484] Monday, Oct 26, 4:00 p.m. | Park Central—Metropolitan II
  • Next-Generation Cloud Application Development with Oracle Linux, Docker, and Virtualization [CON9485] Monday, Oct 26, 5:15 p.m. | Park Central—Metropolitan II
  • And Theatre Session which includes our Partner solutions and Oracle product presentations will be in the Showcase, Moscone South Booth #121 :

Mark these urls below for easy check of these sessions for Oracle Linux and Virtualization. 

Focus On Document - Oracle Linux

Focus On Document - Oracle Virtualization

See you at our sessions, HOLs and Showcase!

 Zeynep Koch 

Friday Oct 23, 2015

FRIDAY SPOTLIGHT: OOW15 Showcase, Demos and Theatre Sessions for Oracle Linux,Virtualization and OpenStack

Yesterday, we covered all our Sessions and Hands-on-Labs at Oracle OpenWorld. Today's Friday Spotlight is dedicated to our Oracle Linux, Oracle VM and OpenStack Showcase at Moscone South, Booth 121 where we will have Oracle demo kiosks, partners and theatre sessions. We have 8 Partners showcasing their solution and 8 Oracle product demos presented by Oracle Linux, Oracle VM, Oracle VM for VirtualBox, SGD, Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux teams. Makes sure to stop by and have a conversation.

Here's the showcase layout:

As you see from the layout, we also have an in showcase theatre. The schedule for our theatre session is as follows, mark the times to hear some exciting, interesting topics from our Partners and Oracle team:

If you are still not so sure, here are more reason to come by. We are giving away some amazing gifts and you can enter in a raffle to win an Intel NUC or a Penguin. Get your passport which we will distribute at the booth 121 and the Oracle Linux and Virtualization sessions, have it stamped by Partners, then stop by our showcase theatre at 3pm that day for the drawing.

We hope to see you at Oracle Linux, Oracle VM and OpenStack Showcase

Thursday Oct 22, 2015

Latest Newsletter and Countdown to OOW15 Exciting Sessions and Hands On Labs

Hello everyone, what a busy month for us! 

First, the October edition of the Oracle Linux Newsletter is now available! Featuring stories about the new OpenStack for Oracle Linux Release 2, what’s happening at next week’s Oracle OpenWorld, an economic value analysis of Oracle Linux, and much more. Read the latest edition online right now, or subscribe to get future editions delivered straight to your inbox.

We have only 3 days to Oracle OpenWorld and we are excited to present you with an amazing range of sessions and Hands on Labs for Oracle Linux, Oracle VM, VirtualBox, Secure Global Desktop and OpenStack for Oracle Linux.  First of all, we wanted to remind you all the locations. Please allow sufficient time to travel:

  • All Oracle Linux, Oracle VM, and Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux sessions are at the Park Central Hotel
  • All of our Hands on Labs are at the Hotel Nikko
  • Demos are in Moscone South
  • Keynotes are in Moscone North


Monday, Oct. 26:

  • Deploy Oracle Real Application Clusters in Minutes Using Oracle VM Templates [HOL10471] Monday, Oct 26, 11:00 a.m. | Hotel Nikko—Nikko Ballroom II (3rd Floor)
  • Performance Optimizations for Cloud Infrastructure as a Service [CON9577] Monday, Oct 26, 12:15 p.m. | Park Central—Metropolitan II
  • Getting Started with Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux [HOL10473] Monday, Oct 26, 12:30 p.m. | Hotel Nikko—Nikko Ballroom II (3rd Floor)
  • Deploy an Oracle E-Business Suite System in Minutes Using Oracle VM Templates [HOL10472] Monday, Oct 26, 2:00 p.m. | Hotel Nikko—Nikko Ballroom II (3rd Floor)
  • Maximize Oracle Linux Performance on Servers and in the Cloud [CON9481] Monday, Oct 26, 2:45 p.m. | Park Central—Metropolitan II
  • Oracle Linux: Build, Test, and Deploy—Tools for the Modern Developer [CON9484] Monday, Oct 26, 4:00 p.m. | Park Central—Metropolitan II
  • Next-Generation Cloud Application Development with Oracle Linux, Docker, and Virtualization [CON9485] Monday, Oct 26, 5:15 p.m. | Park Central—Metropolitan II
Tuesday, Oct. 27 - Don't miss the General sessions highlighted in red below:
  • General Session: Oracle Linux—the State of the Penguin [GEN9479] Tuesday, Oct 27, 11:00 a.m. | Park Central—Metropolitan II
  • Secure Your Data Center with Oracle Linux [CON9483] Tuesday, Oct 27, 12:15 p.m. | Park Central—Metropolitan II
  • General Session: How Oracle Linux and Virtualization Power the Cloud [GEN9486] Tuesday, Oct 27, 4:00 p.m. | Park Central—Metropolitan II
  • Oracle VM: Complete and Integrated Virtualization Solution in a Data Center [CON6120] Tuesday, Oct 27, 5:15 p.m. | Park Central—Metropolitan II

 Wednesday, Oct 28:

  • Build and Deploy Portable Applications Using Docker and Oracle Linux [HOL10328] Wednesday, Oct 28, 8:45 a.m. | Hotel Nikko—Nikko Ballroom I (3rd Floor)
  • How to Manage Your Oracle Linux Environment with Spacewalk [HOL10326] Wednesday, Oct 28, 10:15 a.m. | Hotel Nikko—Monterey (3rd Floor)
  • Building a Large-Scale Cloud Infrastructure with Oracle VM and Oracle Linux [CON9487] Wednesday, Oct 28, 11:00 a.m. | Park Central—Metropolitan II
  • Business Continuity for Virtualization and Cloud Infrastructure [CON9575] Wednesday, Oct 28, 12:15 p.m. | Park Central—Metropolitan II
  • Rapid Private Cloud with Oracle VM and Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux [CON9576] Wednesday, Oct 28, 1:45 p.m. | Park Central—Metropolitan II
  • The Enterprise Cloud Simplified with Oracle VM [CON9488] Wednesday, Oct 28, 3:00 p.m. | Park Central—Metropolitan II
  • Maximize Your Private Cloud Investment with Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux [CON9574] Wednesday, Oct 28, 4:15 p.m. | Park Central—Metropolitan II
  • Deploying and Managing a Private Cloud [HOL10469] Wednesday, Oct 28, 4:15 p.m. | Hotel Nikko—Nikko Ballroom II (3rd Floor)

We wanted to list all the sessions and HOLs by day so you don't miss them but in case you prefer to bookmark the Focus On Documents, here are the links for those which gives you the summary of all the activities for Oracle Linux and Virtualization:

Focus On Document - Oracle Linux

Focus On Document - Oracle Virtualization

We look forward to seeing you in our Sessions and Hands on Labs at OOW15.

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