Wednesday Oct 09, 2013

Oracle Linux at LinuxCon Europe 2013

LinuxCon Europe is just around the corner! This year's show is at the Edinburgh International Conference Center in Edinburgh, UK, October 21-23, 2013.

Oracle Linux is proud to be at LinuxCon once again, getting an opportunity to meet and discuss important topics with the Linux community and users. Oracle's Elena Zannoni, Director of the Linux Tools and Languages Team, will deliver a session on Monday, October 21 at 2:20PM on the topic of "Recent Advances in Linux Tracing". In this session, Elena will discuss the wide variety of tracing tools available to Linux developers (such as ftrace, perf, systemtap, and DTrace for Linux), and the pros and cons of each of these tools and include example usage of each. It will be a compelling session and we hope you can join!

Session details:
Monday, October 21, 2:20PM

Demo Pod:
And while you're at the show, please stop by Booth 28, the Oracle Linux and MySQL demo pod on Monday and Tuesday where you can talk to our experts, pick up an Oracle Linux and Oracle VM software DVD, and see Oracle Linux and MySQL in action.

Friday Oct 14, 2011

We are going to Prague

Linuxcon Europe 2011 is less than two weeks away and it is in Prague, Czech Republic. Oracle's Linux and MySQL teams will be attending, and participating in a number of activities, including:

  • Keynote
  • Sessions
  • Booth
  • Reception hosted by Oracle's MySQL team

I wanted to highlight a few key sessions being delivered by Oracle:

Wim Coekaerts' Keynote on Friday, Oct. 28 at 9:30 am -- Oracle has been working on engineered systems for a couple of years now. Oracle Exadata and Exalogic are engineered systems that use either Linux or Solaris as the embedded operating systems. You will hear an overview and experience in building of building a complex integrated system. You will also hear what works and what some of the challenges were on making Linux be well-suited for lights out engineered systems that need to be highly available and have built-in diagnostics.

Chris Mason's Btrfs Session on Friday, Oct. 28 at 1:30 pm -- The Btrfs filesystem is quickly becoming a mature part of the Linux kernel. This talk will discuss the Btrfs roadmap and demonstrate some of the newest Btrfs features.

Elena Zannoni's Tracing Session on Thursday, Oct. 27 at 11:15 am -- This talk will give an overview and summary of the most current status of tracing development in the Linux arena. There are many different projects providing the user and system administrators with various approaches to tracing their applications, and the Linux kernel itself.

Santo Leto's MySQL 5.6 Session on Friday. Oct. 28 at 4:45 pm -- Attend this session to discover the new features delivered within the MySQL 5.6 development milestone releases, including an improved InnoDB storage engine, enhanced replication capabilities as well as MySQL performance and scalability optimizations. You will also learn about the new features available to the MySQL Community for testing, such as NoSQL access to MySQL. The ""M"" of the ""LAMP"" stack, MySQL is the world's most popular open source database and the leading database choice for web-based applications.

Stop by the Oracle Booth: Pick up a free copy of Oracle Linux 6; talk to Linux and MySQL experts.

Evening Reception Hosted by Oracle's MySQL on Thursday, October 27: Get your invitation to an evening reception by coming to our Thursday session or visiting our booth. Come swim with the dolphins!

Join us in Prague for Linuxcon Europe 2011.

Visit oracle.com/linux for more information on Oracle Linux.

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