Tuesday Feb 18, 2014

Proving and Extending Your Oracle Linux Expertise

If you feel you have a good level of hands-on experience and Linux system administration knowledge, prove this by taking the Oracle Linux 5 & 6 System Administrator Oracle Certified Associate exam. In this exam, you will get 150 minutes to attempt 111 multiple choice questions. To reinforce your exam preparation you can take the Oracle Linux System Administration training course.

To go to the next level of system administration expertise, learn about advanced Oracle Linux featues by taking the Oracle Linux Advanced System Administration course. In this 3 day, instructor-led course you will discover how to take advantage of Btrfs to improve system performance and to use Linux containers to increase your resource utilization by creating secure isolated environments on a single host.

You can take this course as a:

  • Live-Virtual Event: Take this course from your own desk - no travel required. Choose from a selection of events on the schedule to suit different timezones.
  • In-Class Event: Travel to an education to take this course. Below is a selection of the events already on the schedule.



 Delivery Language

 Melbourne, Australia

 13 March 2014


 Sydney, Australia

 13 August 2014


 Jakarta, Indonesia

 12 May 2014


 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

 9 June 2014


Lagos, Nigeria 

 26 May 2014


 Istanbul, Turkey

 17 March 2014


 Edison, NJ, United States

 28 May 2014


 Irving, TX, United States

 16 April 2014


 Caracas, Venezuela

 24 February 2014


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

Friday Nov 15, 2013

Oracle Linux Friday Spotlight - November 15, 2013

Happy Friday!

Our spotlight this week is on a fantastic video that you might not have noticed because it was published just before Oracle OpenWorld 2013, and there was so much information being generated by us that it might have slipped by you. But this video is really worth taking a look at. In it, Oracle's Lenz Grimmer explains all about Linux Containers:

(Click to head over to YouTube and watch the video): 

See you next week!


Monday May 13, 2013

Learn About Advanced Oracle Linux Features

Just Released: The Oracle Linux Advanced System Administration training is ideal for administrators. In this 3-day course, you'll learn about managing resources and file systems, while developing troubleshooting and advanced storage administration skills.

Learn To:

  • Address today's large storage requirements.
  • Manage resources to deliver consistent response times and performance.
  • Allocate system resources to specific Linux processes.
  • Recover from boot errors.
  • Identify and resolve performance issues in your systems.
  • Use DTrace, which provides a comprehensive look into the software stack and enables you to identify performance bottlenecks.
  • Experience the Oracle Cluster File System, which provides a high performance and high availability file system when you must have a redundant environment.
  • Understand a variety of tools and techniques to diagnose performance problems on Oracle Linux systems.
  • Use new technologies, including Linux Containers.

You can take this live, instructor-led course as a:

  • Live-virtual event: No travel required. Participate in this event from your own desk.
  • In-class: Travel to an education center to take this class.

This course has just gone live so it is a perfect time to register your interest in events you want to see on the schedule by going to http://oracle.com/education/linux.

Thursday Nov 03, 2011

LIVE WEBCAST - New Innovations in Oracle Linux, Tuesday, Nov 15, 9am PT:

Oracle Linux, the best Linux for your enterprise, offers the highest performance, scalability and reliability. Following through on its commitment to bring the latest Linux innovations to customers and track Linux mainline closely, Oracle recently announced the Beta version of Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel Release 2 for Oracle Linux. This new release is based on the stable Linux mainline 2.6.39 version with backports from the 3.0 tree.

Come to this session and hear directly from our Linux gurus; Chris Mason, Director of Linux Kernel Engineering and Elena Zannoni, Director of Linux Engineering Tools,  as they discuss the latest innovations related to Oracle Linux, including:

  • Tracing: DTrace
  • File System: Btrfs
  • Virtualization: Linux Containers
  • Networking: Virtual Switch
  • Trancendent Memory

Register Now to hear about these latest innovations.


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