Thursday Aug 28, 2014

Solaris 11 DTrace Session at Hyderabad

I owe a special one to Brendan Gregg and Jim Mauro for their classic work on DTrace, which made my life easy at Hyderabad while delivering a three day OU course on Solaris 11 DTrace for a bunch of my friends from IBM. That they were mind blown by some of the DTrace scripts picked up from the very famous DTrace Book is gratefully acknowledged by each one of them.



Sunday Aug 24, 2014

Solaris Cluster Advanced Administration Training

Want to know how to build a custom data service agent in Solaris Cluster and also use the Geographic Edition of the product? Attend an Oracle University training program titled Solaris Cluster Advanced Administration, a lab intensive 5 day event based on the 4.x version of Solaris Cluster.

Have a look a rather huge batch who attended this program last week at Hyderabad.



Sunday Aug 17, 2014

Sun ZFS Storage 7000 Appliance Administration Training

Class photograph from last week's Sun ZFS Storage 7000 Appliance Administration training at Bangalore.



Some useful links around the ZFS Storage 7000 appliance is below:

Administration Guide [Opens a PDF]
Download the ZFS Appliance Simulator here.
Know about Sun Storage 7000 Unified Storage System Essentials Exam here.

Sunday Aug 10, 2014

Transition to Solaris 11 Training at Hyderabad - August 2014

Just last week I completed yet another Oracle University training program on 'Transition to Solaris 11'.



For those who aren't aware, Solaris 11.2 is generally available since the last week of July 2014 and can be downloaded from here.
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