Time to Get Your Penguin On!

Penguins in San Francisco? In September? You bet. Linux penguins, that is.

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With loads of Linux activity in the works for Oracle OpenWorld, here are three essential sessions you shouldn't miss:

1. Oracle Linux Roadmap: A Penguin Prospective (S316881)
What does the future hold in store for Oracle and Linux? Join Oracle Linux executives Senior Vice President Wim Coekaerts and Senior Director Monica Kumar for a comprehensive overview of Oracle and Linux--past, present, and future. Gain a technical insider's view of Oracle's future roadmap for Linux.

2. Make Your Linux Systems Unbreakable: Configuration and Diagnostic Tips and Tricks (S316882)
Deploying Linux systems? Greg Marsden, Oracle senior manager, teaches you how to save time and money while preventing headaches and hassles in this informative, practical session. Discover expert secrets to get your Linux systems up and running (and keep them running), avoid common pitfalls, prevent problems, and circumvent known issues.

3. Why Switch from Red Hat to Oracle Unbreakable Linux? (S316883)
How much are you paying for Linux operating system support? Are your bugfixes backported? Are you paying extra for management and clustering? Presented by Oracle's Linux engineering team and featuring real-world customer success case studies, this session explains all of the technical features and benefits of Oracle Unbreakable Linux support.

Check out the Oracle OpenWorld Content Catalog for more information on these and many other Linux sessions, follow @ORCL_Linux on Twitter for the latest penguin tweets, and bookmark Oracle.com/Linux.


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