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Wednesday Sep 25, 2013
By Zeynep Koch-Oracle on Sep 25, 2013
How can we top today's activities in San Francisco??
First there is Americas Cup Finals where Oracle Team America is about to win, Customer appreciation concert featuring Maroon 5, San Francisco Giants vs LA Dodgers game.. too much excitement going on but we have some great events at Oracle OpenWorld as well.
Our Oracle Linux Sessions today:
10:15am Oracle Linux: Diagnostics and Troubleshooting (Greg Marsden) Westin- City
1:15pm HOL: Getting started with Linux Container (Lenz Grimmer) Marriott Marquis-Salon 5/6
Visit one of our demopods:
Migration Made Easy: Red Hat and SUSE Linux to Oracle Linux Moscone South, SC-144
Oracle Linux: The Best Enterprise Linux Moscone South, SC-146
Oracle Linux and Virtualization Pavilion
Visit the Oracle Linux and Virtualization Pavilion to hear why leading ISVs and IHV partners support Oracle Linux and Oracle VM. The partners attending to Linux and Virtualization Pavilion this year are: Beyondtrust, HP, Dell, Emulex, SAS, TrendMicro, NimbleStorage
We are also hosting an event in the pavilion :
"Meet the Experts" session today 3pm with Wim Coekaerts, Sr.VP of Oracle Linux and Virtualization Engineering as the guest with developers, experts from Oracle Linux and Oracle VM.
Visit this session and you can to talk to our experts you can get a limited edition T-Shirt and be in the drawing for a cool penguin.
Have a great day and GO Oracle Team USA and Oracle Linux team !
Tuesday Sep 24, 2013
By Zeynep Koch-Oracle on Sep 24, 2013
Where are these penguins going??
They are going to:
"Meet the Experts" session on Wed, 9/25 3pm
Oracle Linux and Virtualization Pavilion, Moscone South #2021.
Our Sr.VP of Oracle Linux and Virtualization Engineering, Wim Coekaerts will be there to take your tricky questions, we will also have our Product Managers, engineers and developers from Oracle Linux and Oracle VM teams to chat.
You can also get your hands on a "Limited edition" Oracle Linux and Oracle VM T-Shirt. Don't miss this event!
Are you coming?
By Zeynep Koch-Oracle on Sep 24, 2013
It was a full day yesterday at Oracle Openworld but today is more special because we have two customer sessions and Hands-On Lab. Come and attend our sessions for an insight into how the customers are implementing Oracle Linux.
Tuesday, 9/25 Customer Sessions are:
Hands-On Lab for Tuesday, 9/24:
We would like to invite you one more time to our Demo at Moscone South, Server and Storage Demogrounds. You can grab an Oracle Linux and Oracle VM DVD while you are there.
Oracle Linux and Virtualization Pavilion (Booth #2021)
Also Come and visit our Oracle Linux and Virtualzation Pavilion where our Partners are presenting their solutions for Oracle Linux and Oracle VM.
Have a great day!
Thursday Sep 19, 2013
Tuesday Aug 20, 2013
By Lenz Grimmer on Aug 20, 2013
The Oracle Enterprise Manager Agent Preinstall RPM installs the required software packages and prepares the operating system for Oracle Enterprise Manager Agent deployment. It has recently been made available for both x86_64 and i386 platforms from the ol6_addons repository on the public-yum server and the Unbreakable Linux Network.
The Oracle Management Agent (Management Agent) is one of the core components of Enterprise Manager Cloud Control that is deployed on each monitored host. It is responsible for managing and maintaining the hosts and its targets and communicating that information to the middle-tier Oracle Management Service. The Management Agent also allows you to monitor non-Oracle components (such as third-party databases) through management plug-ins and connectors.
Once the Oracle Enterprise Manager agent is deployed on an operating system, the operating system and applications running on that host can be monitored and manged using the Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c console.
The Oracle Enterprise Manager Agent Preinstall package installs the required software packages and sets system parameters necessary to deploy and run the Oracle Enterprise Manager Agent on Oracle Linux 6. In particular, it performs the following tasks to enable the agent deployment:
- Installs the required packages like sudo or openssh (via RPM package dependencies which will be resolved by the yum package manager)
- Creates and configures the oracle user and group accounts
- Modifies the user hard and soft file limits set in /etc/security/limits.d/
- Installs sudo configuration templates
This RPM may be installed on an existing physical or virtual Oracle Linux 6 system, or may be included in an Oracle VM Template or Oracle Virtual Assembly. Note that the actual agent installation requires 2 GB of free space and 512 MB swap space, and therefore the system image should be configured to meet these requirements.
A. Installing on physical or virtual Linux machine
- Subscribe the system to the Oracle Linux 6 Addons channel in ULN (ol6_addons on public-yum).
- Install the RPM via yum:
# yum install oracle-em-agent-12cR1-preinstall
- Check that there is at least 2 GB free disk space in the agent install location (e.g. by using "df -h") and at least 512 MB of swap space (e.g. by running "swapon -s")
B. Including the RPM in the system.img disk image inside of an Oracle Virtual Assembly
- Place System.img and vm.cfg in the same folder
- As the root user, run the following command:
# modifyjeos -f System.img -a <addrpm.lst> -m <rpm_directory_for_the_os>
(where addrpm.lst contains the list of additional RPMs to install)
- Check if the root partition has a minimum of 2 GB of free disk space. If not, use the following command to increase the free space:
# modifyjeos -f System.img -T <total new amount of disk space in MB>
- Check if there is a minimum of 512 MB of swap space. If not, use the following command to increase the swap space;
# modifyjeos -f System.img -S <total new amount of swap space in MB>
An Oracle Enterprise Manager installation can be configured such that the Enterprise Manager agent is pushed on the Guest VMs automatically when the Oracle Virtual Assembly is deployed.
To configure the Oracle Management Server (OMS) for automatic agent push, update the following properties in the <OMS_HOME>/sysman/prov/agentpush/agentpush.properties file:
oracle.sysman.prov.agentpush.defaultPdpSetting=/bin/su - %RUNAS% -c "%COMMAND%" oracle.sysman.prov.agentpush.enablePty=true
Tuesday Aug 13, 2013
By Zeynep Koch-Oracle on Aug 13, 2013
Oracle Openworld San Francisco is only 40 days away so it is time to plan for your sessions and activities. This year's event will be full of excitement with Americas Cup and the Oracle Linux Penguin racing to bring you new and insightful content!. In this blog, we will talk about the key Oracle Linux sessions, don't forget to add them to your schedule in advance because the Linux sessions get full very quickly.
- General Session: Oracle Linux—State of the Penguin (GEN9450)
Monday , Sep 23, 10:45 AM in Westin San Francisco - Metropolitan II
In this session, the Oracle Linux executive team will discuss the strategy, latest product updates, roadmap, key partnerships, competitive landscape, community engagements, and what’s next for Oracle Linux. The session is an opportunity to learn—from the source—the decisions driving Linux development at Oracle. If you are interested in running Linux for your mission-critical applications, especially Oracle workloads, you should not miss this session.
- Managing Your Oracle Linux Environment (CON9452)
Monday, 9/23, 4:45pm PT, Westin
This session will discuss common methods customers use to manage their Oracle Linux environment, including tips and tricks for patching and provisioning. Whether you prefer to leverage system tools such as YUM with local repositories, open source projects such as Spacewalk, or a full-scale system management solution such as Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c, this session will cover all the different tools available to manage Oracle Linux.
- Oracle Linux Technical Deep Dive: Reliability, Availability, and Scalability (Session ID: CON9531)
Tuesday , Sep 24, 10:30 AM in Westin San Francisco - Franciscan
This technical session outlines the key features and enhancements in Oracle Linux, including file systems, Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel, performance enhancements, and high availability. It shows you how Oracle Clusterware can be used with Oracle Linux to make your Linux environment highly available and how you can use it to monitor and manage a variety of applications, such as Web servers or MySQL databases running on your Oracle Linux system.
- Why Is Oracle Linux the Best Linux for Running Oracle Database? (CON9543)
Tuesday , Sep 24, 3:45 PM in Westin San Francisco - Franciscan II
In this session, you will hear from Bank of America as well as from Oracle experts about why Oracle Linux is the best Linux for running Oracle Database workloads. You’ll learn about tools for easy installations, including Oracle VM Templates and validated RPM, and how Bank of America is taking advantage of Oracle Database running on Oracle Linux to minimize the downtime of mission-critical databases, improve performance, and reduce cost.
- Oracle Linux Troubleshooting: Diagnostics and Best Practices (CON9458)
Wed, 9/25, 10:15am Westin
In this session, learn about the best methods for tuning Linux and get tips, tricks, and techniques for assessing and troubleshooting your Oracle Linux systems. Understand the options available with Oracle Linux, including best practices for configuration and tuning and the introduction of new features for dynamic and static tracing with the DTrace feature of Oracle Linux. Join the Oracle Linux product experts who understand your environment and the tools to keep your data center operating at maximum efficiency.
If you are a developer, you may also want to join this session:
- Using Oracle Linux As Your Development Platform (CON9459)
Monday , Sep 23, 3:15 PM in Marriott Marquis - Golden Gate C3
In this session, you will learn about tools available from Oracle that enable you to create a powerful, feature-rich development environment with Oracle Linux. Oracle experts describe their experience and recommended best practices for using familiar tools shipped with Oracle Linux, such as the gcc C/C++ compiler, the gdb debugger, and various tracing tools.
This is just a sampling of the many sessions you have to choose from. We'll talk more about other sessions you can attend, including hands on labs, and demos in upcoming blog articles. Until then, feel free to have a look through the Content Catalog (search on "Oracle Linux" or other related terms to see what piques your interest!).
Stay tuned for more updates as we count down to Oracle Openworld 2013.
Friday Aug 09, 2013
By Monica Kumar-Oracle on Aug 09, 2013
Join us for a live webcast on August 27 at 9am PT and find out how you can switch from Red Hat Enterprise Linux to Oracle Linux in minutes.
In this webcast, you will learn about:
- The why and how of switching from Red Hat Enterprise Linux to Oracle Linux
- Industry-leading Linux management and high-availability tools (included with Oracle Linux subscription at no charge)
- Differentiated features, including Ksplice and DTrace
- Deep testing and integration with the Oracle stack
- Customer-use cases
With Oracle Linux, you get free access to the most advanced Linux
operating system, better testing, integration with enterprise
infrastructure and applications, and world-class support at a fraction
of the cost.
Senior Director, Product Marketing Linux, Virtualization and MySQL, Oracle
Director, Linux Product Management, Oracle
Wednesday Jul 17, 2013
By Monica Kumar-Oracle on Jul 17, 2013
- According to Gartner (March 2013), Oracle Linux placed in the top three in the Linux server operating system market, growing more than 80 percent year-over-year in 2012, which outpaced the overall Linux server operating system market growth(1).
- Recent important announcements with Dell, Microsoft, and Salesforce.com, around support for Oracle Linux, further demonstrate Oracle Linux momentum with partners.
Linux is used by thousands of enterprise customers across industries
around the world. Oracle Linux, the only Linux distribution for Oracle
Engineered Systems, including Oracle Exadata Database Machine, Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud, Oracle Exalytics In-Memory Machine, Oracle Big Data Appliance, and Oracle Database Appliance, is the choice for the majority of such customer deployments.
“Epsilon offers a broad array of data-driven, multichannel marketing solutions for many of the biggest brands in the world. Our information systems have been experiencing substantial growth year-over-year, with increased demand for real-time reporting, and high performance transaction processing. To enable customers to interact with a brand in a more dynamic real-time manner, we knew our infrastructure had to be comprehensive, well integrated and scalable. With our Oracle Exadata Database Machines running Oracle Linux, we are achieving transactional processing speeds that were previously not attainable. Oracle’s technologies and world-class support have been instrumental in enabling us to deliver new value-add services and greater efficiency for clients,” said Jeff White, vice president, technology, strategic database services at Epsilon.
Friday Jun 14, 2013
By Lenz Grimmer on Jun 14, 2013
We're pleased to announce that the fourth quarterly update release of the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel Release 2 (Version 2.6.39-400.109) for Oracle Linux 5 and 6 has been published. This release includes driver updates as well as fixes for bugs and security issues.
Some notable highlights include:
- OpenFabrics Alliance (OFED) 1.5.5 Infiniband stack
- Btrfs bug fixes and improvements
- Xen improvements
- Numerous device driver updates (e.g. storage devices, network cards)
For more details, please consult the release notes.
Binary RPMs can be downloaded and installed using yum from the Unbreakable Linux Network (ULN) as well as our public-yum server. The Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel is installed and booted by default on Oracle Linux. See this article on the Oracle Technology Network for details on how to install and update it.
The source code including the full revision history is available from our git repository at https://oss.oracle.com/git/?p=linux-uek-2.6.39.git;a=summary
Monday May 06, 2013
By Zeynep Koch-Oracle on May 06, 2013
We are at EMC World, Las Vegas, May 6-9 !
Come and visit us at Booth #316
Our team will be at Kiosk #1- Data Integrity: Preventing Silent Data Corruption with Oracle Linux
EMC and Oracle have partnered since 1995, helping over 70,000 customers optimize their Oracle software on EMC virtual infrastructure. One of those partnerships had contributed to development and enhancement of data integrity features. Data corruption can go unnoticed and recovery is difficult and costly, or even impossible. The EMC and Oracle Data Integrity solution protects mission critical application information from corruption and eliminates potential costs and downtime. This is made possible based on tight integration with the T10 PI standard (previously known as Data Integrity Field or DIF), which prevents silent data corruption, ensuring that incomplete and incorrect data cannot overwrite good data.
Visit us at booth #316 to receive Oracle Linux/Oracle VM DVD Kit, collateral about Data Integrity as well as other goodies.
We will also showcase Oracle VM Storage Connect: The Ease of Managing and Provisioning Storage in Kiosk 2.
Tuesday Apr 09, 2013
By Michele Casey on Apr 09, 2013
Each day we receive inquiries from Oracle customers who are interested in migrating from SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) to Oracle Linux. As a result, we hosted a webcast to provide additional information for customers who are considering migration and there are a few key points from the webcast I would like to share.
First, I believe all Oracle customers benefit from using Oracle Linux for their Oracle workloads. Oracle Linux is the corporate Linux standard for all development groups at Oracle. The Oracle products you use are developed on Oracle Linux. This development standard creates a natural synergy between Oracle Linux and the Oracle application stack. Oracle Linux receives over 128,000 hours of testing from Oracle products, including extensive regression testing, while SLES receives only basic installation testing as an operating system.
Oracle Linux subscriptions also offer tremendous value. With Oracle Linux Basic and Premier Support subscriptions you receive 24x7 support, 365 days per year with unlimited incidents. Compared to SLES, Oracle Linux can significantly reduce your operating expenses which translates directly to your bottom line. Let's take, as an example, a 4-socket system hosting several virtual machines with 24x7 support:
| Oracle Linux Basic Support Subscription
|| SLES Priority , 4-socket, Virtual Subscription
| $1,199 annually (per server)
|| $3,878 annually (per server)
As you can see in the table, the SLES Priority Subscription list price is $3,878 annually, per server. For Oracle Linux, the equivalent Basic subscription would be $1,199, about 69% less. If you had 100 servers in your data center, this would be an annual savings of $267,000! In addition, the Oracle Linux Basic and Premier Subscriptions include solutions for high availability and system management, at no additional charge. To receive these features with SLES, you must purchase additional extension subscriptions per server. Using the previous example, for the SUSE Linux High Availability extension you will pay an additional $1,398 for each 4-socket server in the cluster, per year. This now represents a 77% savings with Oracle Linux. If you want to use their system management tools, there is a separately priced extension. As you can see from the example, the SUSE extension-based pricing model quickly adds up. With Oracle Linux, our pricing is straightforward and subscriptions include more features, providing greater value for you.
There are also features you will only find with Oracle Linux. For example, what if I were to tell you Oracle Linux provides all bug and security errata on our public yum repositories and it is free, would you be interested? With Oracle Linux, you receive:
- Free ISO downloads for each major and minor releases
- Free software channels for bug fixes and security errata
- All source code, including changelogs, for free. No subscription required.
- The ability to freely redistribute without a requirement to modify copyrights, trademarks, or sign additional agreements
- Freedom from restrictive support term requirements to cover all systems with subscriptions. Oracle Linux support is only required for systems that you intend to receive support services for. Systems that are static, and don't need support (testing, development, etc.) do not have to be covered by a subscription.
With SLES, you can download the product under a 60-day evaluation, but after 60 days you'll need a subscription if you wish to receive any further updates to the software or to access the source for those updates. You will not have access to the changelogs for the source and if you want to distribute you will need to remove all trademarks, trade dress and logos before doing so. In addition, depending on your buying program, you may be required to cover every instance of SLES with a subscription, regardless of whether you require support for that system.
There are also unique features for Oracle applications which are offered only with Oracle Linux. One example is Oracle Database Smart Flash Cache. Introduced originally with Oracle 11g Release 2, Oracle Database Smart Flash Cache provides the ability to extend the database buffer cache without adding additional main memory by expanding to second level cache on flash memory. This ability to leverage flash improves Online Transaction Processing (OLTP) environments by improving transaction throughput and application response times. Oracle Linux is the only Linux distribution with support for this feature.
Also, have you ever considered what the actual cost is for system downtime in your data center? Every data center schedules maintenance for production environments and for every maintenance window needed, an administrator must coordinate with multiple groups to plan and schedule downtime. When you consider large systems, like the Oracle database, the man-hours needed to coordinate, schedule and implement maintenance updates quickly add up. What if I told you Oracle Linux Premier Support subscriptions include Ksplice, a service for installing kernel updates without requiring a system reboot. Ksplice eliminates many of the common maintenance scenarios which result in a system restart, allowing administrators to keep up to date with the latest kernel errata, without bringing down the server.
Finally, let's end by talking about support. As everyone knows, Linux is open source and when you choose to purchase subscriptions for Linux, you are buying access to a vendor's knowledge and expertise. With Oracle Linux, customers have access to the best support professionals in the industry, who not only understand the operating system but they also understand the Oracle applications running on it. You will spend less time being shuffled from vendor to vendor when you have a critical issue, producing quicker resolutions for your production systems.
I have highlighted several key reasons why you should consider a migration from SLES to Oracle Linux and I encourage you to review the materials we have available on the Migration Made Easy web site, where you will find additional tips and guides to get you started. If you have additional questions or you are ready to talk about your migration, please contact us for more information.
Friday Apr 05, 2013
By Zeynep Koch-Oracle on Apr 05, 2013
Are you looking to deploy MySQL-based applications with Oracle Linux and Oracle VM either on-premise or in the cloud?
Are you in Europe?
Join us to learn how you can reduce costs and improve business agility while achieving the highest levels of MySQL scalability, security and uptime and hear about benefits of using Oracle Linux and Oracle VM for your infrastructure.
Monday Apr 01, 2013
By Zeynep Koch-Oracle on Apr 01, 2013
Tweet Chat with Oracle Executive, Wim Coekaerts on all thing Linux
When : Thursday, April 11 at 1 p.m. PT
Join Oracle Senior Vice President of Linux and Virtualization Engineering, Wim Coekaerts, on Thursday, April 11 at 1 p.m. PT for an hour of tweets about all things Linux!
Please submit your questions on Twitter by using #AskOracleExec. Wim will be responding to questions using the @ORCL_Linux Twitter handle.
Wim Coekaerts is the Senior Vice President of Linux and Virtualization Engineering for Oracle. He is responsible for Oracle's complete desktop to data center virtualization product line as well. Mr. Coekaerts joined Oracle in 1995.
Thursday Mar 28, 2013
By Zeynep Koch-Oracle on Mar 28, 2013
We sat down with Monica Kumar, Senior Director, Oracle Linux, Oracle Virtualization, and MySQL Product Marketing, to discuss the latest update on Oracle Linux.
Q. What are the latest Oracle Linux releases?
A. Oracle Linux 5.9 and Oracle Linux 6.4 represent the latest releases of Oracle Linux. These releases are built on top of Oracle Linux 5 and 6 respectively and include updates supporting new hardware and driver features, as well as bug fixes and security updates. For additional details, please see the 5.9 release notes and 6.4 release notes.
Q. Why would customers want to
update their Oracle Linux systems to the latest release? What advantages will
it give them?
A. Updates play a critical role in the overall lifecycle of an operating system release. An update release provides an opportunity for customers to leverage new hardware features as well as apply critical bug fixes and security updates. Oracle Linux 5.9 is also a consolidation of previously released errata published since the release of 5.8 – and the same holds true for 6.4. As part of Oracle Linux, we also offer an innovative and modern kernel – Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel. The combination of Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel with the latest bug fixes and new hardware support helps improve performance, enhance stability and enable systems to remain secure.
Q. Why do customers choose Oracle Linux? What do they get from Oracle Linux that they couldn't get by using RHEL or SUSE or a non-commercially supported distribution?
A. Oracle Linux offers many benefits. Key benefits include:
- Technology: Latest innovations (with tracking mainline, optimizations from Oracle Engineered Systems, and Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel is the culmination of this technology excellence, offering enhanced performance, reliability and a more modern Linux distribution), as well as unique features such as Ksplice, DTrace, and support for popular file systems including ocfs2 besides the others.
- Testing/ Deployment best practices: over 100,000 hours of QA/day using Oracle Linux – most tested distribution with enterprise workloads and over 160 validated configurations.
- Support: 24/7 world-class Linux support in 145 countries; by far the widest and largest support network over Red Hat or SUSE
- Cost: Lowest cost support
- Free Access to software: free download of binaries and patches
Read detailed information regarding RHEL vs Oracle Linux
Q. What does Oracle give back to the
Linux kernel community?
A. New Linux kernel development is focused on working with Linus and the mainline kernel community, where we, like other Linux distribution vendors, contribute significant amounts. Over time, those mainline development projects trickle down into an OS distribution like Oracle Linux 6 through Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel which is a great vehicle – and how we introduce new Linux kernel features into Oracle Linux and provide it to customers. Oracle has a long history of developing open source projects and working with the Linux kernel community. We are active contributors to many features found in the mainline kernel today, including OCFS2, Btrfs, NFS, XEN, to name just a few. In addition, our business model for Oracle Linux is to focus on providing the best operating system for mission critical workloads, and contributing the work we do back to the mainline community. Our git repository for the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel is publicly available on oss.oracle.com/git so anyone can see our development work and our contributions. In addition, we make Oracle Linux freely available, including all of our errata, whether you have a support subscription or not.
See this link for more on Oracle’s contributions to Linux.
Q. Why is Oracle Linux better for customers than using the most current version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux? What's the value for customers?
A. Oracle Linux including the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel is developed to provide high performance and stability for mission-critical applications. Users benefit from the innovations and improvements occurring in the mainline Linux community, which we deliver rapidly with Oracle Linux. In addition, Oracle Linux is the most well tested distribution for enterprise workloads, especially Oracle workloads. We conduct over 100,000 hours/day of testing at Oracle using Oracle Linux. Additionally, support of Oracle’s Engineered Systems plus the enterprise application knowledge that we have, is unmatched by our competitors.
The technical support we provide with Oracle Linux also includes important bug fixes that Red Hat may choose not to release. For our customers, these fixes are critical and it is one of the many reasons they choose Oracle Linux. In addition, with capabilities like zero-downtime kernel updates through Ksplice, they receive features that are not offered by Red Hat.
Q. What is being planned for the next release and what is the predicted timing of the next release?
A. Oracle continues to focus on features which improve performance and the innovations found in the mainline Linux community. We are currently working on the next generation of the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel for Oracle Linux.
We expect update releases for both Oracle Linux 5 and Oracle Linux 6 and a new release of the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel in calendar year 2013.
If you want to know more about Oracle Linux, check these resources.
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