Oracle OpenWorld 2013 hands on labs: HOL9981, HOL9982 and HOL10003

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Oracle OpenWorld 2013 will  start in a few days. As every year, among the 2000+ sessions presented there will be many Hands on labs.

These labs are a unique opportunity to better understand several Oracle products (applications, database, middleware, OS, virtualization, ...). The idea of these labs is to enable 40 to 50 customers and partners to meet in a room and install/configure/use Oracle products on laptops during 1 or 2 hours, following detailed documentation and being helped by several Oracle experts.

Once again, thanks to Doan Nguyen (Principal product marketing director for Oracle VM), Olivier Canonge, Christophe Pauliat and I will run labs about Oracle VM for X86 virtualization.

This year, we were able to propose 3 labs. See details below.

HOL10003: Deploy and Manage a Private Cloud with Oracle VM and Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c

Date: Monday September 23, 3:15pm - 4:15pm
Location: Mariott Marquis Hotel, Room Nob Hill CD
Detailed documentation (PDF)

HOL9981: Best Practices for Migrating to Oracle VM and Oracle Linux from VMware and Red Hat

Date: Monday September 23, 1:45pm - 2:45pm
Location: Mariott Marquis Hotel, Room Nob Hill CD
Detailed documentation (PDF)

HOL9982: Oracle Real Application Clusters 12c: Deploying Four Nodes in Minutes with Oracle VM Templates

Date: Tuesday September 24, 5:15pm - 6:15pm
Location: Mariott Marquis Hotel, Room Nob Hill CD
Detailed documentation (PDF)

If you attend Oracle OpenWorld and are interested by Infrastructure Cloud or Virtualization, add those labs to your calendar using the Schedule Builder tool.

If you cannot be present, you can still run those labs at office or home using your own X86 machine by following the detailed documents.

Comments:

Are these pre-built VMs available for download?

Posted by guest on October 28, 2013 at 11:39 AM CET #

Hi guest,

actually not.
If you want you can prepare all the lab following the document ( at the end you can find a section on how to build-up all the lab ).
I'll keep you posted if, in future, there will be the possibility to download all-the-lab.
Best regards,

Simon

Posted by Simon on October 30, 2013 at 03:45 PM CET #

I'm posting for the Virtual Sysadmin Day Lab, Track 3 Oracle VM. I've ran into a problem setting up the environment, Appendix A

Sorry for crashing your blog but this was the only link I could find to get back to one of the authors...

At the very end when your configuring the Oracle VM Manager, I get up to the section where you create the Virtual NICs, step 4b Click on Autofill then Create. As soon as I do this my ovm-svr looses its network, it gets deleted I can't figure out why. I have to login on the console and rebuild it.

Is there something that I'm missing? I would like to complete the setup and run the lab.

Running on a MacBook Pro Quad Core 16GB Ram 768GB SSD with VirtualBox 4.3.6

http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/systems/hands-on-labs/migrate-ovm-linux-2095469.html#A

Thanks In Advance

Posted by Dennis on February 27, 2014 at 02:05 AM CET #

Hi Dennis,

if your problem persists you can create Virtual NICs before the discovery of your OracleVM Server.
Otherwise if the problem happen when you modify the Network to add the role "Virtual Machines" you have to verify your Oracle VM server configuration.
Usually that problem happens when you haven't a gateway (192.168.56.1 if I remember correcytly) configured on your Oracle VM Server (OVS).
Let me know if you're able to sort it out.
Ciao

Simon

Posted by Simon on March 03, 2014 at 12:57 PM CET #

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Simon Coter is a Technical Expert Core Technology consultant for Oracle. He works on projects covering more Oracle products such as Oracle Database, eBusiness Suite, Oracle VM, Oracle Linux, Oracle ExaData and much more.

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