By Diana.H. Gray-Oracle on Mar 11, 2015
Oracle introduced Oracle Linux 7, an open source operating platform that gives customers and partners the capabilities, tools and features to innovate, collaborate and create solutions across traditional, cloud-based and virtual environments.
As with previous releases, Oracle Linux 7 is easy to download, free to distribute and is the only major enterprise Linux distribution that publishes all bug fixes and security errata publicly. Oracle Linux 7 provides more flexibility and choice than other commercial Linux distributions.
With extensive testing for demanding workloads such as Oracle Database, a flexible free-to-use and paid support model, and strong uptake, Oracle Linux is the best general-purpose open source operating platform for the modern data center.
Get the most out of Oracle Linux 7 by taking the new Oracle Linux 7: System Administration training course.
This course helps you develop a wide range of skills, including:
- Using the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel
- Configuring Linux services
- Monitoring, troubleshooting and preparing your system for the Oracle Database
In this 5-day instructor-led course, you'll learn exactly how to handle typical issues faced by administrators.
Expert Oracle University instructors will help you explore the kernel development model and Linux distributions. Furthermore, you'll hear about Oracle's comprehensive solutions and Oracle's contribution to the Linux community.
You can take this course from your own desk as a Live Virtual Class offering, or go to an education center to attend an in-person Classroom Training event.
You can influence the schedule for this new course by registering your interest in an event on http://oracle.com/education/linux.