Monday Nov 25, 2013
Wednesday Oct 02, 2013
By listey on Oct 02, 2013
After all the build up we find ourselves at the other side of Oracle OpenWorld 2013. For me, doing booth duty, a Hands on Lab and helping with a session meant for a busy but fun week. Meeting lots of customers was certainly the best bit and interest from DBAs was particularly high this year. The event was made more interesting by having a Kiwi on our team and watching hope turn to fear turn to despair as the America's Cup battle was resolved.
That said I do recommend that you check out Markus Flierl's blog to get a great summary of what we are up to in Oracle Solaris land.
My personal highlight of the week? In the Cloud Hands on Lab one of the attendees hit a problem, luckily I had support from two of the Oracle Solaris Zones lead architects. Cue debugging, crash dumps, core analysis and code searching. If you look very closely you can see them below, still at it after everyone else had left and even resisting the temptation of beers! Now that was a master class worth seeing.
Thursday Nov 08, 2012
By listey on Nov 08, 2012
Well you all get that Oracle Solaris 11 is the first cloud OS, but not only do we supply the ideal infrastructure for an enterprise class cloud, we give you a great management solution and can actually show you how to build a pre-tested, optimized solution. Read all about it here.
Friday Oct 12, 2012
Monday Jun 11, 2012
By listey on Jun 11, 2012
Next up in our popular Oracle Solaris How To series is the Integrated Load Balancer, part of the suite of network facilities that are built in to Oracle Solaris 11. Providing Layer 3 and Layer 4 load balancing capabilities you can use this device to simulate or even replace your hardware based network infrastructure.
Read more about the capabilities and how to get a basic configuration working in How to Set Up a Load-Balanced Application Across Two Oracle Solaris Zones
Thursday May 24, 2012
By listey on May 24, 2012
In case you haven't noticed (and if you haven't just what have you been doing) there were some great innovations and improvements to networking in Oracle Solaris 11. One part was improving the networking commands to align better with their actions at the same time making them much easier to use.
Of course sometimes you just want to get going with some simple examples of the commands and how you use them. How to Get Started Configuring Your Network in Solaris 11 takes you through the more basic initial commands that you will need to use. Check it out today.
Wednesday May 02, 2012
By listey on May 02, 2012
Not using Oracle Solaris Zones? I have to ask, why not? With massive adoption on Oracle Solaris and the additions to Oracle Solaris Zones in Oracle Solaris 11 the reasons to place your applications inside a zone just become more and more compelling.
Now, there is one less reason not to move. It's there already as part of the product in Oracle Solaris 11, but for those of you with Oracle Solaris 10 systems you can now get access to the Oracle Solaris Zones Preflight System Checker on OTN (scroll down a bit from the link).
You can now evaluate an Oracle Solaris 10 host for migration into an Oracle Solaris Zone. The following migration scenarios are supported:
- Migration to an Oracle Solaris Zone on an Oracle Solaris 10 Host.
- Migration to an Oracle Solaris Zone on an Oracle Solaris 11 Host.
And gives you the following capabilities:
- Analysis of the Oracle Solaris configuration, including networking, storage, and Oracle Solaris Operating system features in use.
- Analysis of application binaries.
- Analysis of running applications.
- Generation of a template Oracle Solaris Zone configuration to use on the target host.
Wednesday Jul 13, 2011
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