Tuesday Sep 11, 2012

ServerWatch Interview with Wim Coekaerts

ServerWatch just published an insightful interview with Wim Coekaerts, Senior Vice President of Linux and Virtualization Engineering at Oracle.

It also includes a short video clip of the interview, in which Wim shares some more thoughts about Oracle Linux, Solaris and related technologies and how they are developed at Oracle. If you would like to learn more about our motivation and strategy around Linux and Solaris, this one is a must-read!

"The Solaris team is hiring more people, and I'm hiring more people," Coekaerts said. "We're making both better and we're not favoring one over the other."

Monday May 14, 2012

ORACLE at LinuxTag, May 23-26

LinuxTag LogoOracle will be at LinuxTag 2012 in Berlin Germany 23-26 May, 2012, will you?

LinuxTag has been held regularly for 15 years, longer than any other Linux fair in Europe. More than 200 free software projects and companies participate, more than in any other European Linux event. LinuxTag attracts nearly 12,000 visitors — an unrivalled record. Since its beginnings in 1995, visitors and exhibitors have valued the credibility and expertise behind LinuxTag.

During four days visitors of the fair and the congress can experience the open-source-trends. Collaboration and interesting business models are focused on under the slogan “Open minds create effective solutions”.

We will be there as a Bronze Sponsor, with several technical presentations as well as a booth. Come and visit us in Hall 7.2B, booth #253 to meet and discuss topics like Linux, Solaris, MySQL, Virtualization and Java with Oracle technical experts and to get a free Oracle Linux DVD. You also have a chance to win an Amazon Kindle Touch by entering our raffle at the booth!

Here are the sessions that Oracle speakers will be presenting:

JDK 7 Updates in OpenJDK
Speaker: Dalibor Topic (Oracle)
Wednesday, 23.05.2012, Europa II, 10:45-11:30

In this talk you'll learn how the JDK 7 Updates Project in OpenJDK works, and how to work within it, how to track changes, get your fixes in, and follow along as for example the Mac OS X Port gets integrated into future JDK 7 update releases.

OCFS2: Status and Overview
Speaker: Lenz Grimmer (Oracle)
Thursday, 24.05.2012, London, 10:00-10:45

Attendees will learn about the features and improvements that set OCFS2 apart from other Linux-based cluster file systems, including: Heartbeat implementation: global vs. local heartbeats - Storage optimizations: Extent-based Allocations, Hole punching, Reflinks

Btrfs: Status and Overview
Speaker: Lenz Grimmer (Oracle)
Thursday, 24.05.2012, London (TBD) 

This talk will give a technical overview over the Btrfs file system, its main features and recent developments. Attendees will get an impression of the features and capabilities and what sets Btrfs apart from existing Linux file systems.

Register today!

Tuesday Jan 03, 2012

Reminder: OTN Sys Admin Day in Salt Lake City on January 18th

Just a friendly reminder: this year too, we'll continue this series of free one-day events.

OTN Sys Admin Days are like OTN's Developer Days, but we focus on the Sys Admin with two parallel, hands-on Oracle Solaris and Oracle Linux tracks. These are live classroom events and you'll need to bring your own laptop to follow the practical exercises that we will go through in a VirtualBox environment.

The Linux track will cover topics like package management with RPM and yum, storage management with LVM2 and Linux RAID as well as learning the basics of managing the Btrfs file system. The Solaris track will cover the ZFS file system, Solaris containers and security (roles, SMF).

The next OTN Sys Admin Day will take place in Salt Lake City (UT), on January 18th, 8:00am-4:00pm.

Attendance is free, but a registration is required – reserve your spot now by following this link! We look forward to your participation.

Thursday Aug 25, 2011

OTN Sys Admin Days - Oracle Solaris and Oracle Linux (Sep. 8th, Sacramento, CA)

The second OTN Sys Admin Day will take place on Thursday, September 08, 2011. It will be from 8:00am to 4:00pm at the Sheraton Grand Sacramento Hotel (1230 J Street, Sacramento, CA 95814).

Similar to the very successful OTN Developer Days, this is an event especially for system administrators. Attendance is free and there will be two parallel tracks about Oracle Linux and Oracle Solaris. The sessions will be very hands-on and participants will have to bring their own laptops to perform the exercises. We'll be using virtual appliances running in VirtualBox for the labs, so make sure you have it installed already when you arrive!

Below is the planned agenda for this event. This is a free event and the number of seats is limited, so please register soon!

Update: If you can't make it to Sacramento, we have another sysadmin day scheduled for September 22nd in Seattle (WA). Check this page for more details and registration!

Agenda

8:00 a.m.

Registration
System Shakedown (optional)

9:00 a.m.

Overview of Oracle Operating Systems


Solaris Track
Linux Track
9:30 a.m. Overview of Oracle Solaris Overview of Oracle Linux
10:00 a.m. Hands-On Lab: Oracle Solaris ZFS Hands-On Lab: Package Management and Configuration
11:30 a.m. Hands-On Lab: Virtualization Hands-On Lab: Storage Management

1:00 p.m.

Lunch

2:00 p.m.

Hands-On Lab: Image Packaging System (IPS)
Hands-On Lab: BTRFS

3:00 p.m.

Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center Lecture

4:00 p.m.

Discussion: Most Pressing Sys Admin Issues
Wrap-up

If you can't make it to Sacramento or Seattle, don't worry – there will be many more of these events coming up! For example, there is another one scheduled for January 18th in Salt Lake City. A registration page for this one should be out shortly. Check this page for an up to date listing of upcoming developer and sysadmin days!

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