Oracle OpenWorld 2019 will start, this year, on September 16th. Thousands of sessions and HOL will be presented and all the attendants will have the opportunity to hear or get their hands dirty on new technologies coming from Oracle.
This year my sessions and HOL are also going to extend and cover new components like Linux, Containers and Cloud Native Components while continuing to also share news and tricks for our Virtualization solutions (Oracle Linux Virtualization Manager and Oracle VM VirtualBox); and do not forget that, as last year, the even will also include Oracle Code 2019!!!!
If you are interested on technologies like:
- Oracle Linux
- Oracle Linux KVM with Oracle Linux Virtualization Manager
- Oracle VM VirtualBox
- Oracle Application Express
- Automated Migration to the cloud
and solutions built on those, I would suggest you to register to the following HOL (Hands on Lab) and Sessions:
- HOL5303 - Secure Container Orchestration Using Oracle Linux Cloud Native (Kubernetes/Kata)
- Kata Containers is an open source project and community working to build a standard implementation of lightweight virtual machines (VMs) that feel and perform like containers but provide the workload isolation and security advantages of VMs. In this lab learn to use Vagrant to automatically deploy Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Container Service Classic for use with a Kubernetes cluster on an Oracle Linux 7 virtual machine using Oracle VM VirtualBox. Once the cluster is deployed, learn how to deploy secured containers by Kata Containers.
- Tuesday, September 17, 02:15 PM - 03:15 PM | Moscone West - Room 3022B
- HOL5308 - Set Up a Kernel-Based VM with Oracle Linux 7, UEK5, Oracle Linux Virtualization Manager
- In this lab learn about the kernel-based virtual machine (KVM) functionality included with Oracle Linux 7, UEK5, and Oracle Linux Virtualization Manager. Walk through the planning and deployment of an infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) environment with an Oracle Linux KVM as the foundation. Topics covered include planning storage capacity, creating a logical unit number, planning network bandwidth, and best practices for designing and streamlining the environment through Oracle Linux Virtualization Manager.
- Tuesday, September 17, 03:45 PM - 04:45 PM | Moscone West - Room 3022B
- PRO5299 - Oracle Linux and Oracle VM VirtualBox: The Enterprise Cloud Development Platform
- Tried, tested, and tuned for enterprise workloads, Oracle Linux is used by developers worldwide. The Oracle Linux Yum server provides easy access to Linux developer and preview software channels. Thousands of EPEL packages have been built and signed by Oracle for security and compliance. Software collections include recent versions of Python, PHP, Node.js, nginx, and more. Oracle Cloud developer tools such as Terraform, SDKs, and command line interface are available for improved experience. Oracle VM VirtualBox is the most popular cross-platform virtualization software. In this session learn about using Oracle Linux and Oracle VM VirtualBox as an enterprise development platform.
- Tuesday, September 17, 05:15 PM - 06:00 PM | Moscone South - Room 152B
- CON5290 - Automating Workload Migration to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
- Moving existing workloads from traditional virtualization technologies to the cloud can be daunting. However, the benefits far outweigh the status quo. In this session Oracle and CloudBase take you through a few simple steps to automating your cloud migration with minimum downtime. See, for example, how to migrate the workloads from AWS or on-premise virtualization environment to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure in an automated and reliable way. Learn how this can be done in a scalable and reliable way, avoiding the need for countless manual steps that are notoriously error prone.
- Tuesday, September 17, 12:30 PM - 01:15 PM | Moscone South - Room 152B
- CON5300 - Open Container Virtualization: Security of Virtualization, Speed of Containers
- Kata Containers bridges the gap between traditional VM security and the lightweight benefits of traditional Linux containers. Traditional containers share the same underlying Linux kernel. In a multitenant environment where workloads are running with unknown levels of trust, significant efforts are required to ensure a secure system. In this session learn about the huge opportunity to leverage both container and virtualization advantages into one unique reliable solution built on Oracle Linux 7 and Kata Containers.
- Monday, September 16, 02:45 PM - 03:30 PM | Moscone South - Room 152B
- DEV5749 - Oracle Linux and Oracle VM VirtualBox: Enterprise Development for the Cloud
- Tried, tested, and tuned for enterprise workloads, Oracle Linux is used by developers worldwide. The Oracle Linux yum server provides easy access to Linux developer and preview software channels. Thousands of EPEL packages have been built and signed by Oracle for security and compliance. Software collections include recent versions of Python, PHP, Node.js, nginx, and more. Oracle Cloud developer tools such as Terraform, SDKs, and CLI are available for improved experience. Oracle VM VirtualBox is the most popular cross-platform virtualization software. Learn more in this session.
- Tuesday, September 17, 11:30 AM - 12:15 PM | Moscone South - Room 312
- DEV5307 - Practical DevOps with Linux, Virtualization, and Oracle Application Express
- Come to this session for a practical, live, hands-on example of how to implement Infrastructure as code and build repeatable development building blocks for solo developers as well as teams. Replace hand-built “one-off” development runtimes, and say goodbye to ”it works on my machine.” The presentation demonstrates building a DevOps toolchain suitable for deploying an automated infrastructure for microservices across multiple virtualization and cloud environments. Tooling includes Vagrant boxes, Oracle VM VirtualBox, Oracle Linux, and Oracle Application Express.
- Wednesday, September 18, 02:30 PM - 03:15 PM | Moscone South - Room 312
To learn more about Oracle Linux and Virtualization and to speak with product experts, visit the Moscone South Level-0; you can find us on both the "On-Premise Infrastructure" and "Oracle Cloud Infrastructure" areas.
See you there!