Friday Mar 25, 2016

NEW PODCAST: Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux

This week we have released a new podcast - quick summary of the Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux - that we think you will find interesting. It provides an overview of the key features,  key MySQL components and availability enhancements.

Listen to the podcast

We also recommend subscribing to our podcasts (oracle linux feed) in iTunes.  

Have a great weekend and happy Easter!

Tuesday Oct 20, 2015

ANNOUNCING: Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux Release 2

Today we are announcing Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux Release 2. It is the first commercially available OpenStack deployment based on Docker containers without the need to install components individually with RPMs.

Based on the upstream Kilo release,  Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux R2 includes support for new modules such as Heat and Murano. The new release also uses MySQL Cluster to provide mission-critical Active/Active High Availability (HA), high performance and scalability for all OpenStack services.


Highlights of Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux Release 2:

  • Deployment and operation  are simplified compared to other vendors’ releases, by leveraging Docker-based containers for deployment and upgrades.
  • Based on upstream Kilo release
  • With integrated high availability features customers can now deploy MySQL in an Active/Active configuration, bringing enterprise database functionality to OpenStack cloud deployments.
  • Cinder drivers for Oracle All Flash FS Storage System and Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance are supported. Ceph Storage solutions are offered as a technology preview with Oracle Linux, utilizing the Ceph Object Gateway.
  • Integrated enterprise OpenStack cloud solution with a single line of support.
  • Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux is free to download and use. 
Read more:

If you are attending OOW15:

  • Visit Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux Demopod located at Oracle Linux, Oracle VM and OpenStack Showcase, Moscone South, Booth #121, Kiosk: SLX-010 to talk to product manager and engineers
  • Attend sessions: 
    • General Session: Oracle Linux-the State of the Penguin [GEN9479], Tuesday, Oct 27, 11:00 a.m. | Park Central-Metropolitan II
    • Maximize Your Private Cloud Investment with Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux [CON9574], Wednesday, Oct 28, 4:15 p.m. | Park Central-Metropolitan II
    • Rapid Private Cloud with Oracle VM and Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux [CON9576], Wednesday, Oct 28, 1:45 p.m. | Park Central-Metropolitan II
    • HOL: Getting Started with Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux [HOL10473], Monday, Oct 26, 12:30 p.m. | Hotel Nikko—Nikko Ballroom II (3rd Floor)

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Tuesday Oct 06, 2015

Oracle OpenStack at Oracle OpenWorld 2015

Oracle OpenWorld 2015 is nearly here. We've got a great line up of OpenStack related sessions and hands on labs. If you're coming to the event and want to get up to speed on the benefits of OpenStack and the work that Oracle is doing across its product line to integrate with this cloud platform, make sure to check out the sessions below:

General Sessions

  • General Session: Oracle Linux-the State of the Penguin [GEN9479]
    Wim Coekaerts, Senior Vice President, Oracle
    Chris Kawalek, Sr. Principal Product Director, Oracle
    Tuesday, Oct 27, 11:00 a.m. | Park Central-Metropolitan II
  • General Session: Security, Speed, Simplicity - Hybrid Cloud Present & Future with Oracle Solaris [GEN8606]
    Markus Flierl, Vice President, Oracle
    Chris Riggin, Chief IT Architect, Verizon
    Tuesday, Oct 27, 11:00 a.m. | Intercontinental—Intercontinental C (5th Floor)

Conference Sessions

  • OpenStack and MySQL [CON2625]
    Matthew Lord, MySQL Product Manager, Oracle
    Thursday, Oct 29, 1:15 p.m. | Moscone South-250
  • Secure Private Cloud Done Right with Oracle and OpenStack [CON8313]
    Glynn Foster, Oracle Solaris Product Manager, Oracle
    Jeffrey Kiely, Principal Product Manager, Oracle
    Monday, Oct 26, 5:15 p.m. | Intercontinental-Intercontinental C (5th Floor)
  • Developer Cloud Made Simple: How to Build an OpenStack Developer Cloud [CON8337]
    Deepankar Bairagi, Principal Software Engineer, Oracle
    Liang Chen, Architect, Oracle Developer Studio, Oracle
    Nasser Nouri, Principal Software Engineer, Oracle
    Thursday, Oct 29, 9:30 a.m. | Intercontinental-Intercontinental B (5th Floor)
  • Maximize Your Private Cloud Investment with Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux [CON9574]
    Chris Kawalek, Sr. Principal Product Director, Oracle
    Dilip Modi, Principal Product Manager, Oracle OpenStack, Oracle
    Wednesday, Oct 28, 4:15 p.m. | Park Central-Metropolitan II
  • The DBaaS You’ve Been Waiting for-Oracle Database, Oracle Solaris, SPARC, and OpenStack [CON8354]
    Mehmet Kurtoglu, TT Group - BroadBand Database Operations Manager, TTNET
    Onder Ozbek, Product Manager, Oracle
    Eric Saxe, Director of Engineering, Oracle
    Thursday, Oct 29, 1:15 p.m. | Intercontinental-Intercontinental B (5th Floor)
  • Rapid Private Cloud with Oracle VM and Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux [CON9576]
    Michael Glasgow, Technical Product Manager, Oracle
    John Priest, Director, Oracle VM Product Management, Oracle
    Wednesday, Oct 28, 1:45 p.m. | Park Central-Metropolitan II
  • The Cutting Edge of Technology: Deploying a Secure Cloud with OpenStack [CON3225]
    Detlef Drewanz, Master Principal Sales Consultant, Oracle
    Eric Saxe, Director of Engineering, Oracle
    Thursday, Oct 29, 2:30 p.m. | Intercontinental-Intercontinental B (5th Floor)
  • Oracle Enterprise Manager? OpenStack? VSphere? Have It Your Way! [CON8059]
    Shrikanth Krupanandan, Director, Database administration, Fidelity Management & Research Company
    Scott Meadows, Director, Oracle
    Nirant Puntambekar, Senior Manager, Software Development, Oracle
    Thursday, Oct 29, 1:15 p.m. | Intercontinental-Sutter (5th Floor)
  • DevOps Done Right: Secure Virtualization with Oracle Solaris [CON8468]
    Duncan Hardie, Principal Product Manager, Oracle
    Fritz Wittwer, Service Engineer, Swisscom Schweiz AG
    Wednesday, Oct 28, 12:15 p.m. | Intercontinental-Intercontinental B (5th Floor)
  • MySQL Backup and Recovery-Use Cases and Solutions [CON2494]
    Mike Frank, Product Management Director, Oracle
    Monday, Oct 26, 12:15 p.m. | Moscone South-262

Hands on Labs

  • How to Build a Hadoop Cluster Using OpenStack [HOL1598]
    Ekine Akuiyibo, Software Engineer, Oracle
    Thursday, Oct 29, 9:30 a.m. | Hotel Nikko-Monterey
  • Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Solaris-Fast, Secure, and Compliant App Deployment [HOL10358]
    Scott Dickson, Principal Sales Engineer, Oracle
    Glynn Foster, Oracle Solaris Product Manager, Oracle
    Wednesday, Oct 28, 10:15 a.m. | Hotel Nikko-Nikko Ballroom I
  • Deploying a Multinode OpenStack Setup with a Preconfigured Oracle WebLogic Cluster [HOL6653]
    Sai spoorthy Padigi, Software Developer 1, Oracle
    Sandeep Shanbhag, Software Engineer, Oracle
    Wednesday, Oct 28, 8:45 a.m. | Hotel Nikko-Monterey
  • Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Solaris-a Complete Cloud Environment in Minutes [HOL10357]
    Scott Dickson, Principal Sales Engineer, Oracle
    Tuesday, Oct 27, 4:00 p.m. | Hotel Nikko-Nikko Ballroom I
  • In 60 Minutes: Build a Storage Cloud That Is Sustainable, Low Cost, and Secure [HOL2925]
    Donna Harland, Principal Product Manager, Oracle
    Joseph Lampitt, Solution Specialist, Oracle
    Hanli Ren, Senior Software Engineer, Oracle
    Adam Zhang, Principle Software Engineer, Oracle
    Tuesday, Oct 27, 8:45 a.m. | Hotel Nikko-Monterey
  • Build Your Own Cloud Environment with Oracle Solaris 11 RAD and REST [HOL6663]
    Gary Wang, Manager, Oracle
    Yu Wang, Software Engineer, Oracle
    Xiao-song Zhu, Principal Software Engineer, Oracle
    Monday, Oct 26, 3:30 p.m. | Hotel Nikko-Nikko Ballroom I
You can see all the session abstracts, along with all the rest of the Oracle OpenWorld 2015 content, at the content catalog. Looking forward to you joining us for a great event!

Friday Oct 02, 2015

Friday Spotlight: Oracle Linux, Virtualization, and OpenStack Showcase at OOW15

Happy Friday everyone!

Today's topic will be about our amazing showcase at Oracle OpenWorld, Oct 25-29. The Oracle Linux, Oracle VM and OpenStack showcase is located in Moscone South, booth #121, featuring Oracle product demos and Partners.  In past years, our showcase had been a great location to see demos of Oracle Linux and Oracle VM as well as solutions from our Partners. This year, it is expanded with Oracle OpenStack product demos and a theatre. Here's a list of the Oracle and Partner kiosks, don't forget to visit and talk to one of the experts that can help you out with your questions:

  • SLX-007 - Access Applications Securely with Oracle Secure Global Desktop
  • SLX-008 - Oracle VM VirtualBox
  • SLX-009 - Enhance Security and Reduce Costs Using Zero-Downtime Updates with Oracle Linux and Ksplice
  • SLX-010 - Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux  -Enterprise Ready
  • SLX-011 - Oracle Linux for the Cloud-Enabled Data Center
  • SLX-012  - Develop and Distribute Containerized Applications with Oracle Linux
  • SLX-013 - Oracle VM Server for x86
  • SLX-014 - Oracle VM Server for SPARC  

The table below lists the featured Partners and their solutions:


The Oracle Linux, Oracle VM, and OpenStack Showcase will also include an in-booth theatre for Partners and Oracle experts to share their solutions to customers and partners, alike. For the latest listing of theatre sessions currently confirmed please refer to the Schedule Builder

Don't forget to visit us at Moscone South #121, we will giveaway some great software (keeping it as a surprise- you need to come and see) and be in the drawing for our famous penguins and and Intel Mini PC - NUC appliance where you can use it for set top boxes to video surveillance, and home entertainment systems to digital signage, it is one appliance that can do it all.

Register today.

Thursday Jul 09, 2015

PRESENTATION: Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux at OpenStack Summit Session

In this blog, we wanted to share a presentation given at OpenStack Summit in Vancouver early in May. We have just setup our SlideShare.net account and published our first presentation there.  

If you want to see more of these presentations, follow us at our Oracle OpenStack SlideShare space.

Wednesday May 20, 2015

LIVE WEBINAR (May 28): How to Get Started with Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux

Webinar title: Oracle VM VirtualBox to Get Started with Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux

Date: Thursday, May 28, 2015

Time: 10:00 AM PDT

Speakers: 
Dilip Modi, Principal Product Manager, Oracle OpenStack
Simon Coter, Principal Product Manager, Oracle VM and VirtualBox

You are invited to our webinar about how to get started with Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux. Built for enterprise applications and simplified for IT, Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux is an integrated solution that focuses on simplifying the building of a cloud foundation for enterprise applications and databases. In this webcast, Oracle experts will discuss how to use Oracle VM VirtualBox to create an Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux test environment and get you started learning about Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux.

Thursday Apr 09, 2015

Oracle at OpenStack Summit in Vancouver - May 18-22

Oracle is premier sponsor at OpenStack Summit in Vancouver, May 18-22. This year we will have experts from all of Oracle's OpenStack technologies including Oracle Linux and Oracle VM, Oracle Solaris, Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance, and Oracle Tape Storage Solutions. We will have informative sessions and booth to visit. Here's one of the Oracle sessions:

Title:Making OpenStack secure and compliant for the enterprise

Many Enterprises deploying OpenStack also need to meet Security and Compliance requirements. In this talk, you will learn how Oracle can help you address these requirements with OpenStack Cloud Infrastructure solutions designed to meet the needs of the Enterprise. Come learn how Oracle can help you deploy OpenStack solutions that you can trust to meet the needs of your enterprise, your customers, and the demands of mission-critical cloud services.

Tuesday, May 19 from 2:50 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., Room 116 / 117

We encourage you to visit the Oracle Booth # P9 for discussion with our OpenStack experts on your requirements and how best to adress your issues for smooth deployment. Marketplace hours and demos will be done on: 

  • Monday, May 18: 6:00pm – 7:30pm
  • Tuesday, May 19: 10:45am – 6:00pm
  • Wednesday, May 20: 9:00am – 6:00pm
  • Thursday, May 21: 9:00am – 4:10pm 

Hope to meet you at OpenStack Summit!  

Wednesday Feb 25, 2015

Key Points To Know About Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux

Now generally available, the Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux distribution allows users to control Oracle Linux and Oracle VM through OpenStack in production environments. Based on the OpenStack Icehouse release, Oracle’s distribution provides customers with increased choice and interoperability and takes advantage of the efficiency, performance, scalability, and security of Oracle Linux and Oracle VM. Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux is available as part of Oracle Linux Premier Support and Oracle VM Premier Support offerings at no additional cost.

The Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux distribution is generally available, allowing customers to use OpenStack software with Oracle Linux and Oracle VM.

Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux is OpenStack software that installs on top of Oracle Linux. To help ensure flexibility and openness, it can support any guest operating system (OS) that is supported with Oracle VM, including Oracle Linux, Oracle Solaris, Microsoft Windows, and other Linux distributions.

This release allows customers to build a highly scalable, multitenant environment and integrate with the rich ecosystem of plug-ins and extensions available for OpenStack.

In addition, Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux can integrate with third-party software and hardware to provide more choice and interoperability for customers.

Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux is available as a free download from the Oracle Public Yum Server and Unbreakable Linux Network (ULN).

An Oracle VM VirtualBox image of the product is also available on Oracle Technology Network, providing an easy way to get started with OpenStack.

http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/server-storage/openstack/linux/downloads/index.html


Here are some of the benefits :

  • Extends choice for building public or private clouds with enterprise-class components
  • Accelerates cloud deployment with ease and peace of mind
  • Provides end-to-end support from the OpenStack platform to base OS, guest OS and Oracle workloads from a single vendor
  • Delivers built-in high-availability support with Oracle Clusterware to ensure continuity and resiliency of OpenStack services
  • Reduces total cost of ownership with zero license cost and low enterprise support cost

 

Read more at Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux website

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Thursday Aug 21, 2014

Solaris OpenStack Horizon customizations

In Oracle Solaris OpenStack Havana, we have customized the Horizon BUI by modifying existing dashboard and panels to reflect only those features that we support. The modification mostly involves:

 --  disabling an widget (checkbox, button, textarea, and so on)
 --  removal of a tab from a panel
--  removal of options from pull-down menus

The following table lists the customizations that we have made.

|-----------------------------+-----------------------------------------------------|
| Where                       | What                                                |
|-----------------------------+-----------------------------------------------------|
| Project => Instances =>     | Post-Creation tab is removed.                       |
| Launch Instance             |                                                     |
|                             |                                                     |
| Project => Instances =>     | Security Groups tab is removed.                     |
| Actions => Edit Instance    |                                                     |
|                             |                                                     |
| Project => Instances =>     | Console tab is removed.                             |
| Instance Name               |                                                     |
|                             |                                                     |
| Project => Instances =>     | Following actions Console, Edit Security Groups,    |
| Actions                     | Pause Instance, Suspend Instance, Resize Instance,  |
|                             | Rebuild Instance, and Migrate Instance are removed. |
|                             |                                                     |
| Project =>                  | Security Groups tab is removed.                     |
| Access and Security         |                                                     |
|                             |                                                     |
| Project =>                  | Create Volume action is removed.                    |
| Images and Snapshots =>     |                                                     |
| Images => Actions           |                                                     |
|                             |                                                     |
| Project => Networks =>      | Admin State is disabled and its value is always     |
| Create Network              | true.                                               |
|                             |                                                     |
| Project => Networks =>      | Disable Gateway checkbox is disabled, and its       |
| Create Network =>           | value is always false.                              |
| Subnet                      |                                                     |
|                             |                                                     |
| Project => Networks =>      | Allocation Pools and Host Routes text area are      |
| Create Network =>           | disabled.                                      |
| Subnet Detail               |                                                     |
|                             |                                                     |
| Project => Networks =>      | Edit Subnet action is removed.                      |
| Network Name => Subnet =>   |                                                     |
| Actions                     |                                                     |
|                             |                                                     |
| Project => Networks =>      | Edit Port action is removed.                        |
| Network Name => Ports =>    |                                                     |
| Actions                     |                                                     |
|                             |                                                     |
| Admin => Instnaces =>       | Following actions Console, Pause Instance,          |
| Actions                     | Suspend Instance, and Migrate Instance are removed. |
|                             |                                                     |
| Admin => Networks =>        | Edit Network action is removed                      |
| Actions                     |                                                     |
|                             |                                                     |
| Admin => Networks =>         | Edit Subnet action is removed                       |
| Subnets => Actions          |                                                     |
|                             |                                                     |
| Admin => Networks =>         | Edit Port action is removed                         |
| Ports => Actions            |                                                     |
|                             |                                                     |
| Admin => Networks =>         | Admin State and Shared check box are disabled.      |
| Create Network              | Network's Admin State is always true, and Shared is |
|                             | always false.                                       |
|                             |                                                     |
| Admin => Networks =>        | Admin State check box is disabled and its value     |
| Network Name => Create Port | is always true.                                     |
|-----------------------------+-----------------------------------------------------|

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