Friday Jul 15, 2016

FRIDAY SPOTLIGHT: New VirtualBox 5.1 and Private Cloud Appliance Refresh

This week had been a busy one for us. We had several exciting announcements that we would like to inform you about.

Oracle VM VirtualBox 5.1

To enable organizations and developers to more easily and flexibly create and deploy on premises and cloud applications, we are pleased to announce the general availability of Oracle VM VirtualBox 5.1, the latest release of the world’s most popular free and open source, cross-platform virtualization software. The 5.1 release supports the latest guest or host operating systems including: Mac OS X Yosemite, Windows 10, Oracle Linux, Oracle Solaris, other Linux operating systems, and legacy operating systems. New main capabilities in Oracle VM VirtualBox 5.1 are:

  • Improved Performance: Significantly improved performance for multi-CPU virtual machines and networking.
  • Bug Reporting Tool: New utility able to collect all the information and logs related to the host and guest operating system, for debug or analysis purposes.
  • Improved Logging Window: New logging functionalities to highlight and filter information related to guest Virtual Machines.
  • Improved multimedia availability: Improved support for different USB devices and multi-channel audio availability.
  • Flash storage emulation: New NVMHCI storage controller emulation available, able to emulate NVME devices - Flash storage - on guest Virtual Machine.
  • Improved Linux integration: Automatic modules deployment in case of a Linux Kernel upgrade and improved systemd integration for the latest releases of popular Linux distributions. 

Read more 

Anouncing Software and Compute Enhancements to Private Cloud Appliance

This week we have also announced key software and hardware enhancements to Oracle Private Cloud Appliance, a fully configured Engineered System optimized for running a mix of general-purpose Oracle and non-Oracle workloads. With the refresh of Private Cloud Appliance software release 2.2, IT organizations and providers can deliver enhanced security and flexibility with full tenant isolation at both the server and network levels. PCA customers now have the flexibility to customize and assign servers and networks to different tenant groups based on business need.

In addition, we’re announcing a complete disaster recovery architecture for Oracle applications through SiteGuard with support for Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA), Oracle’s proven high-availability blueprint. Non-Oracle applications can take advantage of disaster recovery with Oracle VM. 

For improved ease of operations, Private Cloud Appliance now enables IT to allocate and provision 3rd party, external storage directly from a centralized tool with Oracle VM Manager eliminating the need to go back to the external storage.

Additionally, Private Cloud Appliance unveils significant compute performance and cost benefits with support for new Oracle Server X6-2-based compute nodes within the X5-2 base rack. The new compute nodes are more cost effective and deliver 33% more cores, increasing from 900 to 1,100 cores from the previous version and leverages the latest Xeon ES-2699 v4 processor for optimal performance. All this, and we’ve reduced the price of memory by 50%!

The Private Cloud Appliance builds upon its reputation as an extremely cost-effective and future-proof solution for general-purpose computing needs. The solution supports a mix of compute node versions that are backwards-compatible, protecting customer investments. And Private Cloud Appliance serves as a bridge to Oracle Public Cloud, leveraging the same management tool - Oracle Enterprise Manager - for private cloud and IaaS delivery, and is built on the same underlying technologies; Linux, hypervisors and servers.

Join us for a webcast on July 20 at 9AM PST where Chuck Hollis, Sr. Vice President of Converged Infrastructure, will discuss how Private Cloud Appliance plays an instrumental role in Oracle’s overarching Cloud strategy. And Krishna Srinivasan, Sr. Principal Product Strategy Manager of Private Cloud Appliance, will dive into these latest announcements and address your questions live.

Tuesday Jul 12, 2016

Oracle is Sponsoring LinuxCon Japan, July 13-15

Oracle is proud to be the gold sponsor for the LinuxCon Japan event taking place on July 13-15 in Tokyo, Japan. LinuxCon Japan is the premier Linux conference in Asia that brings together a unique blend of core developers, administrators, users, community managers and industry experts. It is designed not only to encourage collaboration but to support future interaction between Japan and other Asia Pacific countries and the rest of the global Linux community. The conference includes presentations, tutorials, birds of a feather sessions, keynotes, and sponsored mini-summits.

Oracle this year has great sessions and booth #2 where you can talk to engineers and see a demo of our Oracle Linux, OpenStack, Ksplice and Oracle VM products.

Oracle delivers the industry’s most advanced technologies to safeguard your data with security at every level of your infrastructure. Join James Morris, Director of Mainline Kernel Engineering from Oracle at ‪#‎LinuxCon –Japan to listen on current threat landscape and ongoing development at Linux Kernel security subsystem.

1. Session : Linux Kernel Security Update

By James Morris, Director of Mainline Kernel Engineering, Oracle

When: Wednesday July 13, 2016 14:10 - 14:50 

Room: Neptune 

In this presentation, he will provide an update on the current state of the Linux kernel security subsystem. He'll start with a brief overview of Linux kernel security, then discuss changes which have occurred since his talk at this conference in 2013. He'll also discuss the current threat landscape, and ongoing development in areas such as static checking, fuzzing, and kernel self-protection.

James Morris is the maintainer of the Linux kernel security subsystem. He is the author of sVirt, multi-category security (MCS), and the kernel cryptographic API; and has contributed to the SELinux, Netfilter, and IPsec projects. He works for Oracle as manager of the mainline Linux kernel development team, from his base in Sydney, Australia.

Register to attend session

 We also have some session for developers:

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2. Session: Feature- Rich BTRFS is Getting Richer With Encryption

By Anand Jain, Oracle

When: Thursday July 14, 2016 11:00 - 11:40 

Room: Soleil 

Anand Jain will talk about his upcoming BTRFS Encryption feature. Mainly what it does as of now, and its future plans.

Anand Jain is Linux Kernel developer at Oracle, he is currently working on BTRFS Volumes and BTRFS Encryption. Previously has authored/enhanced couple of block layer kernel modules for Solaris. Also, he has extensively worked on forensic investigations of Solaris kernel storage modules and ZFS-SA. His domain, mainly encompasses large scale data storage. Recently he has been speaker at FOSSASIA16 and previously at couple of Sun CEC events.

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3. Session: Introduction to Coccinelle and SmPL

By Vaishali Thakkar, Oracle

When : Friday July 15, 2016 11:00 - 12:30 

Room: Mars

Coccinelle is a program matching and transformation tool which provides the language SmPL for specifying desired matches and transformations in C code. It has been extensively used for finding bugs and performing source code evolutions in the Linux kernel. The tool has been designed with the goal of contributing to Linux kernel development and being part of the Linux source distribution Coccinelle scripts are being used by Linux kernel developers on a regular basis. The tutorial will describe and demonstrate the structure of Coccinelle scripts with the introduction to various basic features of the semantic patch language, including the interface with python. The talk will highlight the capabilities and limitations of Coccinelle with the introduction to the tool spgen which is used to harden Coccinelle scripts by generating context and printing modes.

Vaishali Thakkar is working as a Linux Kernel engineer at Oracle. She works on memory management part of the kernel and a tool Coccinelle to find/fix bugs in the Linux kernel. She previously worked as an Outreachy intern on project Coccinelle. Her area of interest includes embedded systems, operating systems and computer architecture.


By Fumiyasu Ishibashi

When: Friday July 15, 2016 14:50 - 15:30 

Room: Mars 

Oracle Linux is expanding its share in the enterprise market. Not only as a RHEL compatible OS, it has variety of functions that will interest enterprise system admins. Ksplice is one of its attractive function, in this session we will show you how life is going to be easier patching security vulnerability without rebooting system using Ksplice.

Don't forget to visit our Booth #2 for some exciting giveaways and information. 

Monday Jul 11, 2016

Visit us and Attend Oracle and Tegile Session at Cisco Live!

This year Oracle will be presenting at Cisco Live 2016,  July 10th – 14th,  Mandalay Bay Convention Center, Las Vegas in Tegile's theatre and we will have an Oracle engineer at the booth answering your questions about how we work together. Oracle and Tegile had been collaborating and had been involved in joint engineering engagements last 3 years:

  • Tegile is part of the Oracle Hardware Certification (HCL) Program
  • Hardware certified and supported on latest Oracle VM releases
  • Joint efforts to support latest hardware on latest releases of Oracle Linux and Oracle VM
  • Joint customers’ support 

Visit Tegile boothBooth 3049 at Cisco Live! to hear more about our partnership and attend our session  :

Oracle Presentation :

Monday/Tuesday/Wed 12.30 pm - 1pm PT 


Exhibiting hours are:

Monday: 11:30 am – 7:30 pm, Welcome Reception from 5pm - 7:30pm

Tuesday: 11:30 am – 6:30 pm, Networking Reception from 5pm - 6:30pm

Wednesday: 11:30 am – 6:30 pm

 We look forward to seeing you at Cisco Live 2016! 

Friday Jul 08, 2016

FRIDAY SPOTLIGHT: Code Faster, More Securely with the Oracle Developer Studio

We are excited this Friday to talk about the latest Oracle Developer Studio 12.5  announced last week with breakthrough features for developer efficiency!

Optimized to complement Oracle’s complete hardware and software stack, Oracle Developer Studio helps companies build higher quality code, in less time.

Oracle Developer Studio 12.5 delivers optimized compilers, advanced analysis tools and a multi-language aware IDE for easy development of fast, reliable and highly secure applications for Oracle Solaris and Oracle Linux operating systems.

Some key features include: 

  • Highly optimized compilers generate up to 4.5x faster code on Oracle systems (SPARC, x86)
  • Advanced performance analysis tools provide deep insight to optimize C, C++, Java, Scala and Fortran applications
  • Software analysis tools protect applications from security vulnerabilities and include breakthrough SPARC Silicon Secured Memory support to secure applications at record speeds
  • IDE improves efficiency with unique features for C, C++, and C++/Java enterprise applications
  • Remote development capabilities enable the creation of server applications from most laptop and desktop environments 

Three reasons you should try it out?

1. Secure and simple:  Integrated with SPARC M7 Silicon Secured Memory which allows developers to find and fix common security attack vectors, such as buffer overflows and data corruption bugs in real-time. In addition, secure coding features throughout the tools enable application development teams to edit, compile and run more secure code.
2. Productivity Benefits for Enterprise Apps: Expanded GNU support and binary compatibility, and includes full support for C++ 201, fast parse times when handling large source code bases, plug-ins to the Oracle Developer Cloud Service, and a remote interface that allows developers to code from the convenience of most laptop / desktop environments and remotely connect to applications on premise or in cloud-based IT environments. 
3. Designed for Performance: Oracle Developer Studio’s highly optimized compilers support code generation for the latest:

  • Oracle SPARC M7, T7 and S7 systems
  • Oracle x86 systems
  • Fujitsu M10 systems 

and deliver up to 4.5x faster performance compared to open source alternatives.

Mr. Fu Tingsheng, Director of Engineering, China Mobile Customer Data Business Division of AsiaInfo, quotes:

"As the leading provider of telecom network and software solutions in China, it important for us to deliver the best solutions to our customers.  The Oracle Developer Studio analysis tools give us the exact functionality we need to create very fast C/C++ applications.  We extensively use the Thread Analyzer to view the running state of threads and pinpoint where threads are blocked.  The Performance Analyzer accurately displays the execution time for each function and allows us to visualize performance data, significantly reducing the time it takes our developers to identify performance bottlenecks.  The Oracle Developer Studio analysis tools are a must-have for our highly multi-threaded and time constraint AIISMG and DNS solutions.”.

Why not try it yourself. It is  available now, for free: Download Oracle Developer Studio 12.5 today!


Friday Jun 17, 2016

FRIDAY SPOTLIGHT: Oracle is sponsoring Red Hat Summit on June 27-30

This year Oracle is silver sponsor at the Red Hat Summit 2016. With more than 420,000 customers and deployments in more than 145 countries, Oracle offers a comprehensive and fully integrated stack of cloud applications, infrastructure and services for private, public and hybrid cloud environments.

Next-generation cloud data centers require robust, secure and flexible infrastructure to support a huge variety of cloud applications and use cases, and developers need cutting-edge tools to create dynamic applications. Visit our booth #221 at Red Hat Summit to learn how Oracle Linux, OpenStack, Oracle VM, VirtualBox, Private Cloud Appliance and Software Defined Networking products power the needs of the modern cloud data center, from development to deployment. 

Our engineers and experts will be there to answer your questions about the building blocks needed for Cloud; Linux, OpenStack, Engineered Systems and virtualization solutions from Oracle. Visit our Booth #221 at the exhibit hours of:

  • Tuesday June 28, 2016 11:00 AM - 1:30 PM and 4:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Wednesday June 29, 2016 11:00 AM - 1:30 PM and 4:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Thursday June 30, 2016 11:00 AM - 1:30 PM

We would like to also invite you to:

Session about cloud security:

Title:  Implementing Platform Security for Cloud Computing

Partner Pavilion Theater on Tuesday 6/28 at 7pm

Speaker:  Philip Morano,  Principal Sales Consultant 

See you at Red Hat Summit!

Friday Jun 03, 2016

Friday Spotlight: Hot off the Press- Oracle Linux Newsletter

Latest issue of Oracle Linux newsletter is available now, don't forget to subscribe for regular updates.

Read more

Friday May 27, 2016

Friday Spotlight: Video - Deploying and Upgrading OpenStack with Docker

OpenStack is notoriously complex to deploy and update. Traditional method of using RPMs is extremely unreliable due to inter-dependencies resulting into delays in deployment and failures in update. Any change in any of the RPMs may can adversely impact other RPMs and the deployment risks failures and delays.

Leveraging OpenStack upstream Kolla project, Oracle has transformed the deployment. OpenStack services are deployed as micro-services in docker containers which are fully independent from each other. Using the Ansible deployment tool, any of the containers can be changed or replaced easily without impacting other containers.

In this video during OpenStack Day in Australia, Avi Miller, Oracle Product Management Director covers the details of the ACTUAL EXPERIENCE with Oracle OpenStack distribution using Docker containers

Watch this great video for insight into OpenStack implementation.

Read more about Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux.  

Friday May 20, 2016

FRIDAY SPOTLIGHT: Oracle Linux 6.8 is now available

On Monday evening, we released Oracle Linux 6.8 to the Unbreakable Linux Network.  This release is the first ISO to incorporate Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel Release 4 (Quarterly Update 1) and includes several improvements and features.  You can download this update from yum.oracle.com or from the Oracle Software Delivery Cloud.  For more information regarding the release or for details on how to update your system, please review the release notes located here.

 This is a great time to remind users of the channel features available with Unbreakable Linux Network (ULN).  Here are a few tips:

  1. If you are subscribed to the _LATEST channel, you will receive all the latest updates, including update releases like Oracle Linux 6.8.  This ensures your system is always up to date with not only the latest update release but also critical bug and security errata.
  2. For more control over patches and updates, you can also subscribe to the _BASE and _PATCH channel for your respective release.  These channel stays locked to a given minor release.  For example, if you have standardized on Oracle Linux 6.7 across your data center and only want updates released during the 6.7 maintenance window - subscribe to these channels.  Once you are ready to move to Oracle Linux 6.8, simply subscribe to the 6.8 _BASE & _PATCH channels.  Keep in mind, once a later update release is available, all errata updates will move to the latest channel.  It is always recommended users stay up to date on errata to ensure systems remain secure.  For more information about ULN please refer to the ULN User Guide.
  3. Finally, remember if you are an Oracle Linux Premier Support customer you also have access to zero-downtime patching with Ksplice.  For more information, please review the Ksplice User guide.

Please send us your comments and feedback.

Friday May 13, 2016

FRIDAY SPOTLIGHT: Announcing Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux 2.1

Happy Friday everyone!

Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux Release 2 (Kilo) uses Docker Containers for simplified, fast and reliable deployment. Today Oracle announced the first update release (2.1). This release delivers several new features and enhancements engineered for a modern cloud infrastructure, including: 

Support for:  
  • Oracle VM Server 3.4.1 hypervisor: supporting Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel (UEK) Release 4 and Xen hypervisor version 4. 
  • Ceilometer Telemetry Service: to collect, normalize and transform data produced by OpenStack services for various telemetry use cases such as metering, monitoring and alarming. 
Enhancements to:

  • Cinder Block Storage Service: iSCSI ZFS driver for Cinder services and iSCSI multi-path to Cinder volumes
  • Updating Services: new kollacli upgrade command to deploy updates to ALL hosts. 
  • Backup and Restore: OpenStack data is now stored directly on the host rather than on a dedicated Docker volume container. The required directories in /var/lib/kolla are created automatically on deployment of the Release 2.1.
  • Performance and Scalability: ability to deploy Heat and Murano services to a custom standalone group (previously these could be deployed only on the controller node).
  • Configuration Set-up: automatic hypervisor detection and automatic configuration of nova compute node.
  • Configuration Flexibility: enabling group-specific and host-specific Kollacli properties. 


Friday May 06, 2016

FRIDAY SPOTLIGHT: What is on tap for Linux Container strategy in 2016?

Happy Friday to all our blog readers!

This week we would like to draw your attention to an insightful article written by By Robert Shimp, Product Management Group VP, Oracle Linux and Virtualization, published in NetworkWorld on May 3, 2016.

What’s on tap for Linux container technology in 2016 

By Robert Shimp, Product Management Group VP, Oracle Linux and Virtualization 

Network World | May 3, 2016 12:12 PM PT

Some debates remain, including what operating system will run under container applications 

"White hot interest in containers has been driven by cloud computing’s demand to simplify deployment, streamline time to production, and automatically deliver the resources an application needs. Linux containers provide that in a nice package: a simple tool for developing, testing and delivering an application to the end user.

Containers are designed to make it easier and quicker for developers to create complete application operating environments. Gone is the painful validation process of traditional application deployments that require developers to identify the minimum system requirements needed to run the application. ..."

There are other important benefits. Linux containers package just about any type of server application to run everywhere – on your desktop, in a cloud, or anywhere Linux is available – regardless of kernel version or Linux distribution. Containers also can have a considerably smaller footprint than VMs, which means your systems can see higher densities and run more cost effectively with containers than with VMs on the same host. 

Read the full article.

Friday Apr 29, 2016

FRIDAY SPOTLIGHT: Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel Release 4 Quarterly Update 1 is now available

We are pleased to announce the availability of the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel Release 4 Quarterly Update 1 (UEKR4U1) for Oracle Linux 6 and Oracle Linux 7. This is the first quarterly update release for UEK Release 4 (Version 4.1.12-37.2.1) and includes driver updates and a consolidation of fixes for bugs and security issues.

Highlights include:

  • LXC has been updated from 1.07 to 1.1.5
  • btrfs-progs has been updated to 4.2.2-3
  • Several DTrace improvements have been included in this release, including multiple probe firings of a Statically Defined Tracing (SDT) probe
  • Xen improvements, including updates to pciback driver
  • Device driver updates from partners, such as:
    • Broadcom
    • Intel®
    • Microsoft
    • PMC-Sierra
    • VMware

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

The source code is available on our public git repository

Friday Apr 22, 2016

FRIDAY SPOTLIGHT: Meet us at OpenStack Summit - April 25-29

 

Oracle is sponsoring the OpenStack Summit at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, TX, April 25-29. The OpenStack Summit is a gathering of IT leaders, telco operators, cloud administrators, app developers and OpenStack contributors building the future of cloud computing. Hear business cases and operational experience directly from users, learn about new products in the ecosystem and participate in hands-on workshops to build your skills. Attended by thousands of people from more than 50 countries, it’s the ideal venue to plan your cloud strategy and share knowledge about architecting and operating OpenStack clouds.

See What Makes Oracle the Leader in OpenStack Computing 

Oracle offers fully integrated OpenStack enterprise cloud solutions with single support for all components in the stack including applications, database, middleware, guest OS, host OS, virtualization and OpenStack. Bringing Oracle experience in stability, availability, performance, debugging and diagnostics to enable the world’s toughest enterprise workloads in the cloud. 

Visit us at OpenStack Marketplace – Oracle Booth B30

Learn how Oracle’s OpenStack-focused products and solutions enable faster deployment, easy management and richer observability for DevOps. We will have engineers and demos for :
  • Oracle OpenStack for Solaris 
  • Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux and Oracle VM
  • Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance
  • Oracle Optimized Solutions 

OpenStack Marketplace Hours:

  • Monday, April 25           6:00pm – 7:30pm
  • Tuesday, April 26          10:45am – 6:00pm
  • Wednesday, April 27     10:30am – 6:00pm 
  • Thursday, April 28         10:30am – 1:30pm 

Attend Oracle Session: Tuesday, April 26th, 2pm

Why Should You Attend?  

The OpenStack Summit is a gathering of IT leaders, telco operators, cloud administrators, app developers and OpenStack contributors building the future of cloud computing. Hear business cases and operational experience directly from users, learn about new products in the ecosystem and participate in hands-on workshops to build your skills. Attended by thousands of people from more than 50 countries, it’s the ideal venue to plan your cloud strategy and share knowledge about architecting and operating OpenStack clouds.

How Do I Find Out More? 
Learn more about the OpenStack Summit in Austin.

See you in Austin!

Friday Apr 15, 2016

FRIDAY SPOTLIGHT: Latest Spacewalk Release Now Available

Spacewalk 2.4 is now available for both Oracle Linux 6 and Oracle Linux 7.

Along with support of Oracle Linux 7 as a platform for both Spacewalk Server and Spacewalk Proxy, this new release includes enhancements to the web-based user interface and to several command-line utilities. 

Note that the Monitoring component of Spacewalk (that was deprecated in Spacewalk 2.2) has been removed from Spacewalk 2.4.

For more details on this release, please consult the Spacewalk 2.4 Release Notes.

For installation and upgrade instructions, please consult the Spacewalk 2.4 Installation Guide for Oracle Linux 6 or the Spacewalk 2.4 Installation Guide for Oracle Linux 7.

Thursday Apr 14, 2016

Lenovo Publishes Oracle Validated Configuration – Beyond Just Hardware Certifications

Oracle Validated Configuration – Beyond Just Hardware Certifications

Check out the newly announced Oracle Validated Configuration with the Lenovo x3950 X6 servers and a new Lenovo Press guide titled Oracle and Lenovo X6 Validated Configuration Guide. These Oracle Validated Configurations are just some of the configurations that have been defined, tested and validated by Lenovo and Oracle.

A previous blog Powering Diverse Oracle Workloads spoke about Lenovo servers listed on the Oracle Hardware Certification Lists (HCL) that are qualified to run Oracle Linux and Oracle VM. Several Lenovo servers are Oracle HCL certified.

Some of the benefits of the validated configuration :

  • Achieve standardization and reliability with lower cost
  • Accelerate and simplify deployment of Oracle software on Oracle Linux and Oracle VM
  • Lower cost for end users by reducing deployment testing
  • Mitigate customer risk
  • Read more about this configuration and benefits here.

Configuration summary – hardware:

  • Two Lenovo System x3950 X6 systems
  • IBM Storwize V7000
  • Lenovo Rackswitch G8124E
  • Brocade 16 GB FC SAN Switch 6510
  • Emulex VFA5 ML2 Dual Port 10 GbE SFP+ adapter
  • QLogic 16 GB FC Dual-port HBA

Configuration summary – software:

  • Oracle Database 12c
  • Oracle Linux 7
  • Unbreakable Enterprise Kernal Release 3

Friday Apr 01, 2016

FRIDAY SPOTLIGHT: Engage in Oracle Linux Community Site

Hi everyone, 

This Friday I wanted to cover one of the interactive sites we have at oracle.com that you can participate. Oracle Linux Community  is part of the OTN communities. It gives you an opportunity to search and ask questions to experts in Oracle products. Here's an FAQ to explain what it is and how you can get engaged. We have many engineers and Oracle Linux enthusiasts monitoring the questions. We also keep our technical documents in this area so please check the documents tab regularly.


What is Oracle Community website? 

Oracle Community is a home for communities across Oracle, with more joining regularly. It is a content-rich, engaging, and interactive platform for sharing information, questions, and comments about Oracle products and related technologies. Every conceivable nuance of using Oracle products and supported standards is covered. 

 Is this the same as the OTN forums?

 What you may know as the OTN forums has now become the OTN Product Communities. These product communities--including Database, Fusion Middleware, Server & Storage Systems, Java, Cloud Computing, and more--now live alongside other communities like Oracle User Group Community and My Oracle Support Community.

 What is the Oracle Technology Network (OTN)?

Oracle Technology Network is the world's largest interactive community of Oracle developers, admins, and architects. In addition to the Product Communities you can find here on the forums, you can learn more about the Oracle Technology Network by reading About Oracle Technology Network (OTN).

Who moderates these forums?

Many OTN Product Community discussions are moderated by product managers, My Oracle Support Community discussions are moderated by technical support engineers and Oracle User Group Community is moderated by the Oracle User Group team. All of these spaces are frequently visited by knowledgeable users from the community

More information about Oracle Communities here 

Engage in Oracle Linux Community . 

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