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Oracle Linux and Virtualization Hands On Labs at Oracle OpenWorld & Oracle CodeOne

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Ready to roll up your sleeves and dive into the latest tools and technologies? You’ll find five Hands On Labs (HOLs) at this year’s Oracle OpenWorld and CodeOne conferences that will help you optimize and secure your environment. Topics include Oracle Linux Cloud Native Environment, Oracle VM VirtualBox, Kata Containers, KVM, Terraform and more.

Register now to be sure you have a seat. Let the learning begin!

@Oracle OpenWorld – HOLs are 1-hour sessions

Date

HOL Title/Description/Speaker

Time

Location

Monday, September 16

Infrastructure as Code: Oracle Linux, Terraform, and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure HOL1512

In this hands-on lab see how to easily install and configure Terraform for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure on Oracle Linux 7, and then use it to provision infrastructure in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.

Speakers:

Christophe Pauliat, Master Principal Sales Consultant, Oracle Solution Center, Oracle

Simon Hayler, Product Manager, Oracle

Matthieu Bordonne, Principal Sales Consultant, Emea Oracle Solution Center, Oracle

10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

 

Moscone West Room 3022B

Tuesday,

September 17

Secure Container Orchestration Using Oracle Linux Cloud Native (Kubernetes/Kata) HOL5303

Learn to use Vagrant to automatically deploy Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Container Service Classic for use with a Kubernetes cluster, on an Oracle Linux 7 virtual machine using Oracle VM VirtualBox. Once the cluster is deployed, learn how to deploy secured containers with Kata Containers.

Speaker:

Simon Coter, Director of Product Management, Linux and Virtualization, Oracle

 

2:15 p.m. - 3:15 p.m.  

 

Moscone West Room 3022B

 

Set Up a Kernel-Based VM with Oracle Linux 7, UEK5, Oracle Linux Virtualization Manager HOL5308

Walk through the planning and deployment of an infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) environment with an Oracle Linux KVM as the foundation.

Speaker:

Simon Coter, Director of Product Management, Linux and Virtualization, Oracle

 

3:45 p.m. - 4:45 p.m.  

 

Moscone West Room 3022B

Wednesday,

September 18

Create a HA-NFS server Using Gluster, Corosync, and Pacemaker HOL5373

Learn how to build a three-node highly available shared-nothing NFS storage cluster on Oracle Linux 7 using open source tools. The lab also covers the installation and configuration of Gluster to enable storage replication between all three nodes, followed by the configuration of a highly available NFS server.

Speakers:

Avi Miller, Senior Manager, Oracle Linux and Virtualization Product Management, Oracle

David Gilpin, Principal Product Manager, Oracle

 

3:45 p.m. - 4:45 p.m.  Moscone West - Room 3022B

 

Moscone West Room 3022B

 

 

@Oracle CodeOne – HOLs are 2-hour sessions

Date

HOL Title/Description/Speaker

Time

Location

Tuesday, September 17

Learning Oracle Linux Cloud Native from the Ground Up – BYOL HOL5780

PLEASE NOTE: YOU MUST BRING YOUR OWN LAPTOP (BYOL) TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS HANDS-ON LAB.

This lab will walk participants through a full installation of the Oracle Linux Cloud Native Environment. Go through the basic installation and configuration of the core components, including the container runtime engine, Kubernetes for orchestration, Istio, Prometheus, and Grafana—to name a few. In addition, the lab will cover more-advanced concepts.

No preparation required.

Speakers:

Michele Casey, Senior Director Product Management, Oracle Linux, Oracle

Thomas Tanaka, Principal Member of Technical Staff, Oracle

Wiekus Beukes, Software Development Senior Director, Oracle

Tom Cocozzello, Principal Member of Technical Staff, Oracle

 

9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.

 

 

Moscone West Room 3024B

Wednesday,

September 18

Learning Oracle Linux Cloud Native from the Ground Up – BYOL HOL5780

PLEASE NOTE: YOU MUST BRING YOUR OWN LAPTOP (BYOL) TO PARTICIPATE IN THIS HANDS-ON LAB.

This lab will walk participants through a full installation of the Oracle Linux Cloud Native Environment. Go through the basic installation and configuration of the core components, including the container runtime engine, Kubernetes for orchestration, Istio, Prometheus, and Grafana—to name a few. In addition, the lab will cover more-advanced concepts.

No preparation required.

Speakers:

Michele Casey, Senior Director Product Management, Oracle Linux, Oracle

Thomas Tanaka, Principal Member of Technical Staff, Oracle

Wiekus Beukes, Software Development Senior Director, Oracle

Tom Cocozzello, Principal Member of Technical Staff, Oracle

 

2:45 p.m. - 4:45 p.m.  

 

Moscone West Room 3024C

 

 

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