By Larry Wake on Feb 22, 2013
The folks over at Oracle Technology Network (OTN) have been holding a very popular series of "Sysadmin Days" -- road shows for Oracle Solaris, Oracle Linux and Oracle VM, featuring a packed agenda of hands-on labs. This was great news for people in certain cities, but what about the rest of the world?
Solved! Last month, they took the same material and put together a "Virtual Sysadmin Day", which by all accounts was a smashing success. Not only were the hands-on labs available for anyone to join in on from the comfort of the web, there were virtual proctors available to chat with during the event itself.
So far so good, but even on the intartubez, geography matters, what with timezones and whatnot. So on Thursday, March 14, the third Virtual Sysadmin Day will be held at an Asia/Pacific friendly start time: 9:30am (India) / 12noon (Singapore) / 3:00pm (Sydney).
(This is also excellent for, say, New York night owls who prefer to dig into such things at 11 PM.)
Like the previous Sysadmin Days, this is free, but you do need to register. One other thing: there's prework, so register now and make sure you're ready to go.
More information at the registration site:
Oracle Virtual Sysadmin Day
Thursday March 14, 2013
9:30am (India) / 12noon (Singapore) / 3:00pm (Sydney)