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Oracle Open World 2017: Sessions and Hands on Labs!

Simon Coter
Senior Manager, Oracle Linux and Virtualization Product Management

It's Friday....late evening here in Redwood Shores and I'm going to close my laptop soon but.....before leaving I feel the need to leave you what I'm going to present at the Oracle Open World 2017 that soon is going to start!

On Sunday, October 1st, in the morning:

  • Five Key Steps to Automating Your Workload Migration to Cloud  - SUN6469

Sunday, Oct 01, 10:45 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. | Moscone South - Room 152

Moving existing workloads from traditional virtualization technologies to the cloud can be daunting. However, the benefits far outweigh maintaining the status quo. In this session Oracle and Cloudbase take you through the five key steps to automating your cloud migration with minimum downtime. Learn how this can be done in a scalable and reliable way, avoiding the need for countless manual steps that are notoriously error-prone.

Speakers:

Simon Coter, Director of Product Management, Oracle
Alessandro Pilotti, Cloudbase Solutions, CEO

On Monday, October 2nd, in the afternoon:

  • Migration to the Oracle Open Cloud Infrastructure - HOL7552

Monday, Oct 02, 12:45 p.m. - 1:45 p.m. | Hilton San Francisco Union Square (Ballroom Level) - Continental Ballroom 3

In this hands-on lab learn different methods of migrating services running on legacy and proprietary virtualization solutions such as VMware to Oracle VM and Oracle Linux.

Speakers:

Simon Coter, Director of Product Management, Oracle
Christophe Pauliat, Principal Sales Consultant, Oracle

  • Practical DevOps with Linux and Virtualization - HOL7554

Monday, Oct 02, 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. | Hilton San Francisco Union Square (Ballroom Level) - Continental Ballroom 3
In this session learn how to build a 100 percent reproducible environment that creates an up-to-date Oracle Linux 7 environment and requires no user intervention at all other than a single command. With Vagrant, VirtualBox, and Oracle Linux, you can easily build a consistent workflow to create a disposable Linux environment whose configuration and dependencies are isolated from your development machine on every platform (Windows, MacOS, or Linux).

Speakers:

Simon Coter, Director of Product Management, Oracle
Christophe Pauliat, Principal Sales Consultant, Oracle
Honglin Su, Product Management Sr. Director, Oracle

On Tuesday, October 3rd, in the afternoon:

  • Automating Your Workload Migration to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure - THT8171

Tuesday, Oct 03, 4:30 p.m. - 4:50 p.m. | The Exchange @ Moscone West - Showcase Theater 1

Moving existing workloads from traditional virtualization technologies to the cloud can be daunting. However, the benefits far outweigh maintaining the status quo. In this mini theater session learn the simple steps to automating your cloud migration with minimum downtime. Learn how this can be done in a scalable and reliable way, avoiding the need for countless manual steps that are notoriously error-prone.

Speaker:

Simon Coter, Director of Product Management, Oracle

On Wednesday, October 4th:

  • Creating a Private Cloud in Minutes with Oracle Enterprise Manager and Oracle VM - HOL4739

Wednesday, Oct 04, 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. | Hilton San Francisco Union Square (Ballroom Level) - Continental Ball Room 5

This hands-on lab walks through managing and using a private cloud with Oracle VM 3.4 and Oracle Enterprise Manager 13c. Learn how self-service users can deploy new virtual machines and new Oracle Databases in minutes from Oracle Enterprise Manager’s self-service portal. Also see how cloud administrators manage the private cloud, including the chargeback feature.

Speakers:

Simon Coter, Director of Product Management, Oracle
Christophe Pauliat, Principal Sales Consultant, Oracle
Simon Hayler, Sr. Principal Technical Product Manager, Oracle

  • DevOps Best Practices for Your Cloud Deployment - CON6743

Wednesday, Oct 04, 1:00 p.m. - 1:45 p.m. | Marriott Marquis (Yerba Buena Level) - Salon 13

Learn how to build a 100 percent reproducible environment that uses up-to-date Oracle Linux and requires no user intervention at all other than a single command. With Vagrant, VirtualBox, and Oracle Linux, you can build a consistent workflow to create a disposable Linux environment whose configuration and dependencies are isolated from your development machine on every platform (Windows, MacOS, or Linux). In this session Oracle experts share their experience and best practices using the latest utilities and features to have a real DevOps environment locally. At the same time, get ready for Oracle Cloud deployment.

Speaker:

Simon Coter, Director of Product Management, Oracle

Hope to see you in one of my sessions above! Have a great Oracle Open World!

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