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#OOW16 Hands-on Lab - Oracle VM & OpenStack

Simon Coter
Senior Manager, Oracle Linux and Virtualization Product Management


Oracle OpenWorld 2016 is fast approaching! If you are as excited as we are about the fascinating new Oracle virtualization content featured at Oracle OpenWorld 2016, you won't want to miss Sessions and HOL dedicated to Oracle VM, Oracle Linux and OpenStack.

While the hands-on labs allow you to directly interact with Oracle virtualization products and Experts, the conference sessions allow you to hear from a wide variety of industry experts on how they're using they technology in real world deployments.

First entry that I would like to present is:
Build OpenStack IaaS Private Cloud with Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux and Oracle VM [HOL6765]

This hands-on lab demonstrates how to build an OpenStack solution and exercise some of its key features using Oracle VM VirtualBox. See how the latest release of Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux has no requirement for a server or storage. The lab also shows the integration/management of Oracle VM Server 3.4 and how-to build a flexible cloud solution based on OpenStack 2.1 and Oracle VM 3.4.

Concepts like Projects, Flavors, Instances, Images, Networks, Floating IPs and much more won't be anymore something unknown; here some good screenshot of activities that each attendant will have to execute:

  • Oracle OpenStack 2.1 - Create Network


  • Oracle OpenStack 2.1 - Instances running on Oracle VM Server 3.4.1

  • Oracle OpenStack 2.1 - Manage Floating IP Associations for Instances

  • Oracle OpenStack 2.1 - Network Topology defined within the Lab

  • Oracle OpenStack 2.1 - Project overview and Resource usage summary

This is just only the first entry and I'll talk more about other sessions and hands-on lab.

Hope to meet you over there!

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