Wednesday Jun 29, 2016

Announcing Oracle Developer Studio 12.5!

We are excited to release Oracle Developer Studio 12.5 with new breakthroughs in developer efficiency!

Optimized to complement Oracle’s complete hardware and software stack, Oracle Developer Studio (formerly Oracle Solaris Studio) helps companies build higher quality code, in less time.

Oracle Developer Studio 12.5 delivers optimized compilers, advanced analysis tools and a multi-language aware IDE for easy development of fast, reliable and highly secure applications for Oracle Solaris, Oracle Linux and RedHat Enterprise Linux operating systems.

3 reasons you should try it out?

Secure Software - Made Simple: Oracle Developer Studio 12.5 is integrated with SPARC M7 Silicon Secured Memory, allowing developers to find and fix common security attack vectors, such as buffer overflows and data corruption bugs in real-time. In addition, secure coding features throughout the tools enable application development teams to edit, compile and run more secure code.

"In our tests processing log files for each AAA server, Oracle's SPARC M7 systems with Silicon Secured Memory and Oracle Developer Studio development tools proved to be the only effective method of protection against dangerous programming vulnerabilities. It enabled Capitek AAA to be more secure and highly available with very little impact on overall system performance. Other software based memory checking tools proved to be unusable due to their large overhead,” said Jerry Chen, Senior Manager of Telecom Software Product Department.

Productivity Benefits for Enterprise Apps: Oracle Developer Studio 12.5 delivers expanded GNU support and binary compatibility, and includes full support for C++ 2011, and popular features of the C++ 2014 language standard. The Oracle Developer Studio IDE is optimized for enterprise applications with fast parse times when handling large source code bases, plug-ins to the Oracle Developer Cloud Service, and a remote interface that allows developers to code from the convenience of most laptop / desktop environments and remotely connect to applications on premise or in cloud-based IT environments. And the Oracle Developer Studio Performance Analyzer now includes support for Java and Scala applications, in addition to C, C++ and Fortran, providing deep and accurate performance insights that can be visualized through multiple data views.

 “We have been using Oracle Developer Studio tools for many years to optimize our MX.3 trading, risk and back office solutions. The Code Analyzer and Performance Analyzer tools are intuitive, easy to use and provide powerful insights that help improve code quality while also reducing time to market”, said Jerome Matot, Head of Core Technologies at Murex.

Designed for Performance: Oracle Developer Studio’s highly optimized compilers support code generation for the latest Oracle SPARC systems, Oracle x86 systems, and Fujitsu M10 systems, and deliver up to 4.5x faster performance compared to open source alternatives.

"As the leading provider of telecom network and software solutions in China, it important for us to deliver the best solutions to our customers.  The Oracle Developer Studio analysis tools give us the exact functionality we need to create very fast C/C++ applications.  We extensively use the Thread Analyzer to view the running state of threads and pinpoint where threads are blocked.  The Performance Analyzer accurately displays the execution time for each function and allows us to visualize performance data, significantly reducing the time it takes our developers to identify performance bottlenecks.  The Oracle Developer Studio analysis tools are a must-have for our highly multi-threaded and time constraint AIISMG and DNS solutions,” said Mr. Fu Tingsheng, Director of Engineering, China Mobile Customer Data Business Division of AsiaInfo.

Available Now, for Free: Download Oracle Developer Studio 12.5 today!

Friday Jun 17, 2016

Prepare to dock: Oracle Solaris at DockerCon


Come on by ...

While the Oracle Solaris folk have been regularly attending the information pipe and community enabler that is DockerCon for the last few years we are really pleased to be able to join the party again, only this time we will have a booth. Drop on by to booth S11 and come chat with the engineers that are writing the code that is bringing Docker to Oracle Solaris. Find out how far along we are, how we leveraged our Oracle Solaris Zones technology and what we have planned. Most important of all you could even claim the latest in highly fashionable Beenie hats?. We are really interested in hearing what you are up to too. Hope to see you there!

Thursday May 19, 2016

The Oracle Solaris Essentials of Support

Oracle Solaris is all about making your life easier in the data center. All its technologies have been designed to solve the problems administrators experience in running a highly reliable, secure and efficient data center. They've been integrated and carefully thought through to improve the user experience, and we're continuously re-working subsystems to modernize them and adapt to new trends of application deployment in the cloud.

One of the areas of improvement that we've had much focus on over the past few years has been related to lifecycle management - making sure you can deploy Oracle Solaris securely and reliably, and that you can update it quickly to protect against the latest security vulnerabilities. We've seen technologies like the Image Packaging System (IPS), Automated Installer (AI) and Unified Archives having a massive impact in terms of agility and consistently.

Gerry Haskins, director of software development in Oracle Solaris' Revenue Product Engineering (RPE) group, has recently written two really great articles that will help you better understand Oracle Solaris maintenance from a support point of view.

The first article covers the Oracle Solaris release cadence and all you need to know about the process by which we provide updates to the platform through things like Support Repository Updates (SRUs), Critical Patch Updates (CPUs) and Interim Diagnostic Relief (IDRs) - including how we're now delivering SPARC firmware updates within IPS.

Check out Overview of Oracle Solaris Release Cadence.

The second article focuses in on Oracle Solaris 11 and how you can use IPS to update your systems with the latest software. The article covers things like understanding the package versioning, how to take advantage of package groups, and how package incorporations work to constrain your systems to a particular release train and ensure that you're running a well tested set of packages. Gerry also goes into detail on SRUs, CPUs and IDRs and how IPS is an integrated packaging and patching mechanism. Needing to find out what set of updates need to be applied to fix a particular bug or Common Vulnerability exploit (CVE)? No problem, IPS provides you all you need and you'll never need to worry 'RPM dependency hell' on Oracle Solaris.

Check out Overview of Image Packaging System in Oracle Solaris.

These are the essentials that you'll need to know, a nice extension to our previous blog post on the Oracle Solaris Cheat Sheet, the administrator's best friend. Enjoy!

Tuesday May 17, 2016

The Administrator's Best Friend

 While we've made every effort to make the administation of Oracle Solaris simple in every possible way, there are times where it's good to quickly refer back for a command or command-line option that you've forgotten. Some may scan our comprehensive, online product documentation. Others may check up on our extensive set of man pages. The advanced ones may have written some extensive scripts to allow command-line completion from their shell for the common commands they use. But there's more!

Joerg Moellenkamp has written an extensive Administration Cheat Sheet for Oracle Solaris that has been updated for Oracle Solaris 11.3. Joerg gives the command-line essentials for managing lifecycle management, services, virtualization, networking, storage, security and more. It's an excellent addition to your cubicle wall if you need to do a quick look up, or prepare for an Oracle Solaris Certification.

So next time you see Joerg, make sure to buy him a beer because I know you're going to use this one! 

Monday May 16, 2016

Oracle Solaris 11 - Free to Oracle Academy Students!

We're thrilled to announce that Oracle Solaris 11 has been included in the Oracle Academy program! Students of institutions who have signed up to the Institutional Membership program (of which there are over 10,000+ world wide - see the online directory), will now have free access to the latest updates and security fixes for Oracle Solaris 11 and full support through My Oracle Support for educational or research purposes.

For anyone new to Oracle Solaris, we have a huge number of introductory and advanced articles on Oracle Technology Network that will help familiarize you with all the cool features of the platform, and get you up to speed on how to administer lifecycle management, virtualization, storage, networking and security. If you've had more experience on Linux to date, make sure to take a look at our Red Hat Enterprise Linux to Oracle Solaris hands on lab that will bring you through a number of exercises to get direct hands-on experience.

We also have a ton of resources for developers to get you up to speed in building the most optimized applications for the Oracle Solaris platform using the integrated developer environment Oracle Solaris Studio. This toolchain helps you develop better applications, find coding errors or memory leaks faster, or take advantage of powerful features in the new generation of SPARC systems using Silicon Secured Memory. Make sure to give Oracle Solaris Studio a spin with a hands on lab that shows you how to use the Code Analyzer and Performance Analyzer features.

Scott Lynn, Liane Praza and Bart Smaalders recorded an 'Ask the Experts' session especially for Oracle Academy students that you should make sure to watch. They'll go through why you should learn about Oracle Solaris, some of the new features that engineering are working for, and why the combination of Oracle Solaris and SPARC is hugely differentiating in the market with the innovative Software in Silicon feature set.

Check out the membership benefits, sign up and download now! Of course there's also a broad set of other Oracle software available, free online training and certifications to take advantage of. Expand your knowledge, develop your skills and kick start your career!

Tuesday May 10, 2016

Get the latest FOSS on Oracle Solaris 11

One of the new initiatives we've launched in the last year is providing early access to new and updated Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) components in Oracle Solaris 11. We've been committed to delivering FOSS software as part of Oracle Solaris for many years now, but it's often been tricky to keep up with the frequence release cadence that many of these upstream open source communities maintain, while still trying to best the most stable and secure enterprise cloud platform.

So if you're looking for a particular new version for use in your data centers, make sure to check the FOSS Evaluation Program as we might have that version that you're looking for. Check out the April 2016 update announced on the Oracle Solaris FOSS blog and the detailed how to article on how you get install these into your environment.

If you've deployed any FOSS on Oracle Solaris 11 recently let us know your experience. Maybe you'd be interested in contributing an article on Oracle Technology Network!

Monday Apr 25, 2016

Oracle OpenWorld Call for Papers Now OPEN!

The Oracle OpenWorld Call for Papers is now open. OpenWorld attendees are looking for insights and improvements they can put to use in their own jobs: exciting innovations, strategies to modernize their businesses, different or easier ways to implement, unique use cases, lessons learned, the best of best practices. 

The conference is on Sunday, September 18 to Thursday, September 22, 2016. There's a wide selection of different tracks to submit to, including Oracle Solaris of course. Submissions close on Monday, May 9, 11:59 p.m. PDT, so don’t delay. Submit your proposal today and share your success!

Tuesday Apr 19, 2016

Oracle Solaris Now Available in the Oracle Cloud

We are living in an on-demand world. Customers have more choice about how and where to host their business critical applications - whether on premise or in the public cloud. This unprecedented flexibility has meant that the days of waiting hours, weeks or even months to for environments of compute capacity to be created are over. IT budgets are being transformed from CAPEX spends and poor utilization to on-demand OPEX, paying for what you consume. So whether you're helping to transform your business with the next wave of cloud-native applications that can take advantage of the cloud, or still relying on more traditional enterprise applications, you'll need a cloud environment that's secure, enteprise ready and highly reliable.

Oracle is uniquely positioned in the industry by virtue of it's broad range of offerings for on-premise solutions and integrated cloud offerings. Oracle Solaris is one of the key foundations of that strategy providing a secure, mission critical platform for hosting the applications that matter to your business. We give you the most complete choice of how you want to run your business. And we are expanding that choice today.

We're announcing that Oracle Solaris is now available in the Oracle Cloud.

Customers can now create on demand Oracle Solaris VMs, at no additional cost, using the Oracle Compute Cloud Service. This service is an infrastructure as a service (IaaS) offering that provides flexible and scalable computing, block storage, and networking services using a self-service portal. Whether it's shared, multi-tenant infrastructure or dedicated compute, the Oracle Cloud provides a multitude of choice with a broad range of pricing options to suit your needs.

Check out the following video for how easy it is to create on-demand Oracle Solaris environments in the Oracle Cloud.

Thursday Feb 04, 2016

The Best UNIX Operating System Out There

Worth checking out Mark Hurd, Oracle CEO on how he considers the Sun Microsystems acquisition to be 'fabulous' - not just for Java, but for Solaris, the best UNIX operating system out there. Nothing comes close to the amount of innovation included in this integrated platform that can run your mission critical (and non-mission critical) applications securely and reliably. Sun's technologies were very much the foundation for Oracle's current Engineered System strategy. Watch it now!

Monday Feb 01, 2016

Focus on Oracle Solaris Security at the OTN VTS Event

Every few months, the folks from the Oracle Technology Network host a Virtual Technology Summit (VTS). This is an opportunity to watch a bunch of technical demos and participate in hands-on-labs delivered by Oracle product experts, Oracle ACE’s, and Java Champions. There are a variety of tracks including Systems, Database, Java and Middleware.

In the next VTS event, we'll be focusing on security your data center with some of the integrated security technologies included in Oracle Solaris and SPARC systems leveraging Software in Silicon.

Title Speaker
Practical Security - Hands on with Oracle Solaris Duncan Hardie & Glynn Foster
SPARC, accelerating encrypted workloads since 2011! Erik Benner
Secure Software - Made Simple Ikroop Dhillon

There are 3 VTS events to suit your geographic location - Americas, Europe, and APAC. So register now for the upcoming events and make sure to check out the agenda for the great line up of sessions that are available.

Americas - 8th March Register now!
APAC - 15th March Register now!
EMEA - 5th April Register now!

Thursday Oct 29, 2015

How good is Oracle Solaris and SPARC M7?

With the release of Oracle Solaris 11.3 and the new SPARC M7 chip, and the list of new generation T and M series servers based on this groundbreaking chip, the performance team have been hard at work to show the advantages of the new systems. The result of which is 29 new blog posts with a significant number of world records. Here's the full list:

Sunday Oct 25, 2015

Oracle Solaris Studio at Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne 2015

Don't miss these sessions and demos at Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne 2015.  We will be highlighting a variety of exciting tools and technologies to help you develop enterprise applications and leverage revolutionary Oracle SPARC M7 Security in Silicon capabilities in development. 


Visit the Oracle OpenWorld Session Catalog and JavaOne Session Catalog for the complete list of sessions. 

See you at OOW and JavaOne 2015! 


Friday Oct 16, 2015

New Oracle Solaris Admin Book

Great news, for all of you wanting to take a more in-depth look at all the great features in Oracle Solaris 11.2 there is a new book available "Oracle Solaris 11.2 System Administration Handbook". Available here from Amazon this invaluable tome gives you the opportunity to learn more, shamelessly stealing the synopsis:

Govern a reliable and secure enterprise cloud computing infrastructure using the detailed information contained in this Oracle Press guide. Oracle Solaris 11 System Administration Handbook offers end-to-end deployment, configuration, and management instruction. Find out how to install and update Oracle Solaris 11.2, migrate data and applications, build bare-metal and virtual networks, and tune performance. This comprehensive resource fully explains new features, including OpenStack cloud support, Unified Archive provisioning, and Oracle Solaris Zones.

Written by Harry Foxwell and our very own Glynn Foster this is a must have book for any budding or expert level system administrator. Let us know what you think of it in the comments section and also what you would like to see in the next book.

Monday Oct 05, 2015

Oracle Solaris at Oracle OpenWorld 2015

General Sessions

  • General Session: Software in Silicon and SPARC Outlook—Secure, Smarter Database/Applications [GEN6421]
    Masood Heydari, SVP, Hardware Development, Oracle
    Monday, Oct 26, 11:00 a.m. | Intercontinental—Intercontinental C (5th Floor)
  • General Session: Achieve Extraordinary Security and Efficiency on Premises and in the Cloud [GEN8574]
    John Fowler, Executive Vice President, Systems, Oracle
    Monday, Oct 26, 1:30 p.m. | Marriott Marquis—Salon 7/8/9 (Yerba Buena Ballroom)
  • General Session: Security, Speed, Simplicity—Hybrid Cloud Present & Future with Oracle Solaris [GEN8606]
    Markus Flierl, Vice President, Oracle
    Chris Riggin, Chief IT Architect, Verizon
    Tuesday, Oct 27, 11:00 a.m. | Intercontinental—Intercontinental C (5th Floor)

Conference Sessions

  • Securing Your Enterprise Cloud Data [CON8329]
    Marcus Soares, Chief Architect, UOL
    Cindy Swearingen, Senior Product Manager, Oracle
    Monday, Oct 26, 4:00 p.m. | Intercontinental—Intercontinental B (5th Floor)
  • Spend Less Time Maintaining and More Time with Your Family [CON4940]
    Gerry Haskins, Director, Software Lifecycle Engineering, Oracle
    Don O'Malley, Senior Software Engineering Manager, Oracle
    Monday, Oct 26, 5:15 p.m. | Intercontinental—Intercontinental B (5th Floor)
  • Secure Private Cloud Done Right with Oracle and OpenStack [CON8313]
    Glynn Foster, Oracle Solaris Product Manager, Oracle
    Jeffrey Kiely, Principal Product Manager, Oracle
    Monday, Oct 26, 5:15 p.m. | Intercontinental—Intercontinental C (5th Floor)
  • Using Puppet Automation to Configure and Deploy Oracle Solaris Zones [CON3648]
    Brian Bream, Chief Technology Officer, Vaske Computer, Inc.
    Eric Steed, Sr. Virtualization Engineer, Vaske Computer, Inc.
    Tuesday, Oct 27, 12:15 p.m. | Intercontinental—Intercontinental B (5th Floor)
  • Patch on Day Zero or Have a Zero Day: Secure and Safe Lifecycle Management [CON8314]
    Peter Dennis, Senior Principal Software Engineer, Oracle
    Glynn Foster, Oracle Solaris Product Manager, Oracle
    Jan Setje-Eilers, Senior Principal Engineer, Oracle
    Tuesday, Oct 27, 5:15 p.m. | Intercontinental—Intercontinental B (5th Floor)
  • Making DevOps Secure with Docker [CON8724]
    Jesse Butler, Principal Software Engineer, Oracle
    Duncan Hardie, Principal Product Manager, Oracle
    Jerome Petazzoni, Docker Evangelist, Docker Inc.
    Wednesday, Oct 28, 11:00 a.m. | Intercontinental—Intercontinental B (5th Floor)
  • Software in Silicon: Early Adopter Customers Share Breakthrough Results [CON9646]
    Thorsten Mühlmann, Unix Lead Architect, ivv
    Reinoud Reynders, IT Manager Infrastructure & Operations, UZ Leuven
    David Simmons, Sr. Director, Platforms Business Group, Oracle
    Krishna Tangirala, VP IT Infrastructure, B & H PhotoVideo
    Wednesday, Oct 28, 11:00 a.m. | Intercontinental—Intercontinental A (5th Floor)
  • DevOps Done Right: Secure Virtualization with Oracle Solaris [CON8468]
    Duncan Hardie, Principal Product Manager, Oracle
    Fritz Wittwer, Service Engineer, Swisscom Schweiz AG
    Wednesday, Oct 28, 12:15 p.m. | Intercontinental—Intercontinental B (5th Floor)
  • Developing the Platform of the Future: Oracle Solaris Engineering [CON8605]
    Nicolas Droux, Senior Principal Software Engineer, Oracle
    Darren Moffat, Senior Principal Engineer, Oracle
    Liane Praza, Solaris, Senior Principal Software Engineer, Oracle
    Joost Pronk Van Hoogeveen, Product Manager, Oracle
    Bart Smaalders, Serior Principal Software Engineer, Oracle
    Wednesday, Oct 28, 1:45 p.m. | Intercontinental—Intercontinental B (5th Floor)
  • Top 10 Tips and Tricks to Unlock the Value of the Oracle Database on Oracle Solaris Systems [CON2742]
    Ken Kutzer, Principal Product Manager, Oracle
    Viraj Nr, Principal Software Engineer, Oracle
    Wednesday, Oct 28, 1:45 p.m. | Intercontinental—Intercontinental A (5th Floor)
  • Customer Panel: Customer Insights into Deploying Oracle Solaris [CON8604]
    Özal Bakmaz, BroadBand Server Operations Manager, TTNET
    Scott Dickson, Principal Sales Engineer, Oracle
    Justin Domoleczny, Sr. IT Manager - Linux/Unix/Middleware Engineering, General Motors
    Emmanuel Paccoud, Technical Consultant Senior - Platform Expert, eServGlobal SAS
    Yasushi TAKI, CEO / CTO, JUSTPLAYER Co., Ltd.
    Wednesday, Oct 28, 3:00 p.m. | Intercontinental—Intercontinental B (5th Floor)
  • Keeping your Compliance/Security Auditor Happy [CON8726]
    Glenn Faden, Senior Principal Software Engineer, Oracle
    Darren Moffat, Senior Principal Engineer, Oracle
    Thorsten Mühlmann, Unix Lead Architect, ivv
    Thursday, Oct 29, 10:45 a.m. | Intercontinental—Intercontinental B (5th Floor)
  • Data Center Security: Ensuring Compliance in a Dynamic Data Center Environment [CON7439]
    Duane George, Sr. Director, Proactive Support, Systems, Oracle
    William Nesheim, VP, Solaris Platform Engineering, Oracle
    Thursday, Oct 29, 9:30 a.m. | Intercontinental—Intercontinental C (5th Floor)
  • Oracle Solaris: Building a Secure Platform-as-a-Service Hybrid Cloud [CON9757]
    Scott Lynn, Product Line Director, Oracle Solaris Product Management, Oracle
    Robert Milkowski, Vice President, Unix Engineering, Morgan Stanley & Co International Limited (London, GB)
    Thursday, Oct 29, 12:00 p.m. | Intercontinental—Intercontinental B (5th Floor)
  • The DBaaS You’ve Been Waiting for—Oracle Database, Oracle Solaris, SPARC, and OpenStack [CON8354]
    Mehmet Kurtoglu, TT Group - BroadBand Database Operations Manager, TTNET
    Onder Ozbek, Product Manager, Oracle
    Eric Saxe, Director of Engineering, Oracle
    Thursday, Oct 29, 1:15 p.m. | Intercontinental—Intercontinental B (5th Floor)
  • The Cutting Edge of Technology: Deploying a Secure Cloud with OpenStack [CON3225]
    Detlef Drewanz, Master Principal Sales Consultant, Oracle
    Eric Saxe, Director of Engineering, Oracle
    Thursday, Oct 29, 2:30 p.m. | Intercontinental—Intercontinental B (5th Floor)
  • The Cutting Edge of Technology: Deploying a Secure Cloud with OpenStack [CON3225]
    Detlef Drewanz, Master Principal Sales Consultant, Oracle
    Eric Saxe, Director of Engineering, Oracle
    Thursday, Oct 29, 2:30 p.m. | Intercontinental—Intercontinental B (5th Floor)

Hands on Labs

  • Deploying Oracle Solaris Cluster with the Automated Installer Feature [HOL1931]
    Amir Javanshir, Principal software engineer, Oracle
    Eve Kleinknecht, Principal Product Manager, Oracle
    Tuesday, Oct 27, 10:15 a.m. | Hotel Nikko—Monterey
  • Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Solaris—a Complete Cloud Environment in Minutes [HOL10357]
    Scott Dickson, Principal Sales Engineer, Oracle
    Glynn Foster, Oracle Solaris Product Manager, Oracle
    Tuesday, Oct 27, 4:00 p.m. | Hotel Nikko—Nikko Ballroom I
  • Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Solaris—Fast, Secure, and Compliant App Deployment [HOL10358]
    Scott Dickson, Principal Sales Engineer, Oracle
    Glynn Foster, Oracle Solaris Product Manager, Oracle
    Wednesday, Oct 28, 10:15 a.m. | Hotel Nikko—Nikko Ballroom I
  • Automating Oracle Solaris Administration with Puppet [HOL10359]
    Geoffrey Gardella, Senior Quality Assurance Engineer, Oracle
    Cindy Swearingen, Senior Product Manager, Oracle
    Thursday, Oct 29, 9:30 a.m. | Hotel Nikko—Nikko Ballroom I
  • How to Build a Hadoop Cluster Using OpenStack [HOL1598]
    Ekine Akuiyibo, Software Engineer, Oracle
    Thursday, Oct 29, 9:30 a.m. | Hotel Nikko—Monterey
  • Build Your Own Cloud Environment with Oracle Solaris 11 RAD and REST [HOL6663]
    Gary Wang, Manager, Oracle
    Yu Wang, Software Engineer, Oracle
    Xiao-song Zhu, Principal Software Engineer, Oracle
    Monday, Oct 26, 3:30 p.m. | Hotel Nikko—Nikko Ballroom I

Theatre Sessions

  • From DevOps to Production with Docker and the Oracle Solaris Zones Feature [THT10970]
    Duncan Hardie, Principal Product Manager, Oracle
    Monday, Oct 26, 12:30 p.m. | Geek Speak Theater, Servers and Storage DEMOgrounds, Moscone South
  • Avoid the Compliance Hangover with Oracle Solaris [THT10989]
    Darren Moffat, Senior Principal Engineer, Oracle
    Tuesday, Oct 27, 4:30 p.m. | Geek Speak Theater, Servers and Storage DEMOgrounds, Moscone South
  • Bringing Security, Speed, and Simplicity to the Cloud [THT11006]
    Scott Lynn, Product Line Director, Oracle Solaris Product Management, Oracle
    Wednesday, Oct 28, 12:00 p.m. | Geek Speak Theater, Servers and Storage DEMOgrounds, Moscone South
  • Oracle Developer Cloud Made Simple: How to Build an OpenStack Developer Cloud [THT11007]
    Joseph Raja, Sr. Manager Software Development, Oracle
    Wednesday, Oct 28, 12:30 p.m. | Geek Speak Theater, Servers and Storage DEMOgrounds, Moscone South
  • Test Oracle Solaris Server Running SAP with the New Compliance Tool [THT11011]
    Hans-Juergen Denecke, Principal Software Engineer, Oracle
    Wednesday, Oct 28, 2:30 p.m. | Geek Speak Theater, Servers and Storage DEMOgrounds, Moscone South

Meet the Experts

  • Meet the Oracle Solaris Engineers - Monday
    Monday, Oct 26 @ 3:30 PM - 4:00 PM | 5th floor, Intercontinental Hotel
  • Meet the Oracle Solaris Engineers - Tuesday
    Tuesday, Oct 27 @ 3:15 PM - 4:00 PM | 5th floor, Intercontinental Hotel
  • Meet the Oracle Solaris Engineers - Wednesday
    Wednesday, Oct 28 @ 2:30 PM - 3:00 PM | 5th floor, Intercontinental Hotel

You can find all the abstracts of the above sessions at our Focus on Oracle Solaris document, and all the rest of the Oracle OpenWorld 2015 content in the session catalog. So join us for what's going to be a great event!

Tuesday Sep 08, 2015

Oracle Solaris 11.3 at OTN Virtual Technology Summit

Next week the Oracle Technology Network guys will be hosting thie next virtual technology summit event. This is an opportunity to tune into a bunch of technical sessions, including content on DBaaS, Java, WebLogic, Oracle Solaris and ZFS storage, Puppet and Linux. We will be hosting an Oracle Solaris session to talk about some of the new things that we've introduced in Oracle Solaris 11.3, including OpenStack and Docker and how we're continuing to work to make Oracle Solaris a great cloud platform capable of both horizontal and vertical scale with a real point of differentiation. Check out the rest of the agenda here.

We'll be running 3 separate events for different timezones - Americas, Europe and Asia/Pacific. Register now and join us!

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