Monday Mar 31, 2014

Oracle Linux Training At Your Own Pace

You can now take the highly popular Oracle Linux System Administration course at your own pace with the release of the Training-on-Demand delivery format.

With the Training-on-Demand delivery format, you can:

  • Start training within 24 hours of registering
  • Follow lectures through streaming video at your own pace
  • Schedule time on a lab environment to suit your schedule

This course is also available as live-virtual events, for those who want to attend a live event from their own desk, or in-class events, for those who want to travel to an education center.

The Oracle Linux System Administration course is the recommended training for those who want to prepare for the Oracle Linux 5 and 6 System Administrator certification exam.

To register for an event, or more information about the Oracle Linux curriculum, go to http://education.oracle.com/linux.

Friday Mar 28, 2014

Friday Spotlight: More Tips for Remote Access with Oracle Linux

Happy Friday!

We have an excellent article this week for our Friday Spotlight, written by Oracle's Robert Chase. From Robert's introduction:

"In a previous blog, Oracle Linux Tips and Tricks, I covered alternative ways to use SSH. In this article, I will cover some additional tips and tricks for using SSH for remote access, as well as some other ways to connect remotely to a server. "

Head on over to OTN Garage to read the full article.

Have a great weekend!

-Chris 

Friday Mar 21, 2014

Friday Spotlight: Tips for Hardening an Oracle Linux Server

Happy Friday!

One of the things I like about our Friday Spotlight is not only do we talk about new things, it also gives us an opportunity to highlight older material that is still valuable. That's the case with this week's spotlight, which is about an article from 2012 that covers tips for hardening an Oracle Linux server. If you've come to Oracle Linux in the last couple of years, you might not have seen this, and it's just as a relevant today as it was then.

This in-depth article covers minimizing active services, locking down network services, managing users and authentication, and much more. If you're a Linux administrator, you might want to consider adding this article to your Reading List, saving to Pocket or Evernote, or whatever mechanism you use to hold on to good resources.

Read: Tips for Hardening an Oracle Linux Server

We'll see you next week!

-Chris 

Wednesday Mar 19, 2014

New Oracle Linux System Administration Training Released

The very popular Oracle Linux System Administration course is now even better bringing you more hands-on learning opportunities and on the latest version of Oracle Linux.

This five-day instructor-led course covers a range of skills including installation, using the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel, configuring Linux services, monitoring, preparing the system for the Oracle Database, and valuable hints and tips for troubleshooting your system. 

You can take this course through the following delivery methods:

  • Live-Virtual Events: Attend a live class from your own desk, no travel required. Choose from a selection of events on the schedule to suit different timezones.
  • In-Class Events: Travel to an education center to attend an event. Below is a selection of the events already on the schedule.

 Location

 Date

 Delivery Language

 Melbourne, Australia

 19 May 2014

English

 Sydney, Australia

 12 May 2014

English

 Zagreb, Croatia

21 July 2014 

Croatia 

Cairo, Egypt 

23 March 2014 

English 

Reading, England 

12 May 2014 

English 

Paris, France 

6 October 2014 

French 

 Athens, Greece

 23 June 2014

 English

 Milan, Italy

 31 March 2014

Italian

 Nairobi, Kenya

 14 April 2014

 English

 Kuala  Lumpur, Malaysia

 21 April 2014

 English

 Petaling Jaya, Malaysia

 21 April 2014

 English

 Lagos, Nigeria

 2 June 2014

 English

 Makati City, Philippines

 21 April 2014

 English

 Warsaw, Poland

 9 June 2014

 Polish

 Bucharest, Romania

 14 April 2014

 Romanian

 Bangkok, Thailand

 26 May 2014

 English

 Tunis, Tunisia

 31 March 2014

 French

 Istanbul, Turkey

 16 June 2014

 Turkish

 Irvine, CA, United States

 12 May 2014

 English

 San Francisco, CA, United States

 9 June 2014

 English

 Atlanta, GA, United States

 16 June 2014

 English

 Chicago, IL, United States

 14 April 2014

 English

 Roseville, MN, United States

 19 May 2014

 English

 Columbus, OH, United States

 14 April 2014 

 English

 Caracas, Venezuela

 24 March 2014

 Spanish

This course is the recommended training for the Oracle Linux 5 & 6 System Administrator Oracle Certified Associate Exam.

To register for a course event, request an additional course event, or learn more about the Oracle Linux curriculum, go to http://oracle.com/education/linux.

Friday Mar 14, 2014

Friday Spotlight: Oracle and Microsoft Offer Choice and Flexibility

Happy  Pi Day !

Today we would like to shine the spotlight to one of our key Partnerships. 

Since last June, Oracle and Microsoft are working together to help customers embrace cloud computing by providing greater choice and flexibility in how to deploy Oracle software. The partnership combines the world class mission-critical business software of Oracle with the leading private and public cloud platforms of Microsoft. Here are some of the key highlights of this partnership:

  • Microsoft Hyper-V now supports the latest Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel Release 3 Quarterly Update 1 for Oracle Linux 
  • Oracle provides license mobility for customers who want to run Oracle software on Windows Azure.
  • Windows Azure images with popular configurations of Oracle software including Java, Oracle Database, Oracle WebLogic Server, and Oracle Linux are available in the Windows Azure image gallery.

Microsoft now offers Oracle software generally available on Windows Azure as of March 12 and has shared publicly for the first time a price list.

FAQ on Oracle and MS Azure


(Photo cred: Oracle PR/OOW13/Sep13/Brad Anderson Microsoft Keynote)

Thursday Mar 13, 2014

Don't Miss:EMEA Events covering Oracle Linux, Oracle VM, and MySQL

We have great events coming up in EMEA covering Oracle Linux, Oracle VM and MySQL.

See the cities and dates below:

26-Mar-14

Birmingham, UK

Oracle MySQL Tech Tour: Performance, Scalability and High Availability with MySQL

27-Mar-14

Manchester, UK

Oracle MySQL Tech Tour: Performance, Scalability and High Availability with MySQL

CANCELED

Stockholm, Sweden

Oracle MySQL Lunch & Learn event in cooperation with B3IT

27-Mar-14

Madrid, Spain

Oracle MySQL Tech Tour: Rendimiento, escalabilidad y alta disponibilidad con MySQL

1-Apr-14

Vienna, Austria

Oracle MySQL Tech Tour: Performanz, Skalierbarkeit und Hochverfügbarkeit mit MySQL

3-Apr-14

Baden-Dättwil, Switzerland

Oracle MySQL Tech Tour: Performanz, Skalierbarkeit und Hochverfügbarkeit mit MySQL

10-Apr-14

Dreieich, Germany

Oracle MySQL Tech Tour: Performanz, Skalierbarkeit und Hochverfügbarkeit mit MySQL

3-Apr-14

Paris, France

Séminaire sur les fondations du Cloud Privé avec Oracle Linux et Oracle VM

30-Apr-14

London, UK

Oracle Linux and Oracle VM enabling private cloud seminar

1-May-14

Stockholm, Sweden

Oracle Linux and Oracle VM enabling private cloud seminar

7-May-14

Finland 

Oracle MySQL Tech Tour: Performance, Scalability and High Availability with MySQL (registrations will open later in the month, please bookmark this date and visit Oracle pages later for registration url)

Friday Mar 07, 2014

Friday Spotlight: Frequently Asked Questions about Oracle Linux

It is Friday and that means it is time for our Spotlight! 

Our spotlight today is the recently updated Oracle Linux FAQ. This is an excellent document that features some of the questions that everyone asks about Oracle Linux and Oracle Linux support. We cover variety of topics including general definitions, compatibility, support, pricing, indemnification, migration and many more.. 

Here's one of the questions as an example:

Q: What is DTrace for Oracle Linux?

A: DTrace is a comprehensive dynamic tracing framework that was initially developed for the Oracle Solaris operating system, and is now available to Oracle Linux customers. DTrace is designed to give operational insights that allow users to tune and troubleshoot the operating system. DTrace provides Oracle Linux developers with a tool to analyze performance, and increase observability into the systems they own to see how they work. DTrace enables higher quality applications development, reduced downtime, lower cost, and greater utilization of existing resources. It is available to download from ULN for Oracle Linux Support customers. 

Read more in the newly published FAQ.

Have a great weekend!  

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