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  • March 2, 2016

Focus on Security in Upcoming OTN Virtual Technology Summits

Franz Haberhauer
Chief Technologist

In the upcoming series of OTN Virtual Technology Summits on the evening (CET) of March 8th  and in the morning of April 5th there will be a focus on security related topics complemented by some other hot systems topics - see below for the agenda. Session abstracts may be found towards the bottom the event website.

Session Start Time

Systems Content Area

March 8th PST (add 8 hrs for CET)

March 15th IST

April 5th GMT (add 1 hr. for CET)


Community Update / Systems Sessions Overview

by Logan Rosenstein , OTN Systems Community Manager

Operating Systems and Virtualization

Storage, SPARC, and Software Development


Practical Security - Hands On with Oracle Solaris

by Duncan Hardie, Principal Product Manager

and Glynn Foster, Principal Product Manager

From Zero to Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance Backup and Recovery in 60 Minutes

By Dean Halbeisen, Principal Product Manager


How to Easily Deploy and Manage Oracle Openstack with Oracle Linux

By Michael Glasgow, Technical Product Manager, Oracle OpenStack.

SPARC, The State-of-the-Art In-Silicon Acceleration of Encrypted Workloads

By Erik Benner, Enterprise Architect, Mythics Inc. Oracle ACE


Deploy Oracle Real Application Clusters in Minutes Using Oracle VM Templates

By Simon Coter Principal Product Manager, Oracle VM and VirtualBox

Secure Software - Made Simple

By Ikroop Dhillon, Principal Product Manager and Liane Praza, Sr. Principal Software Engineer, Oracle




I myself gave a talk Mit Silicon Secured Memory Heartbleed und Co. vorbeugen (Avoiding Heartbleed and Co. with Silicon Secured Memory) last week at the German Unix Users Group FFG 2016 Conference in Cologne. You may find my English language slides there. On March 16th at 9:30 am CET I will present in a German language webcast in our Business Breakfast series on Solaris Security with Immutable Zones. More on this webcast in the German language section of this Systems Community blog (https://blogs.oracle.com/systemscommunity/de  or just click on the German flag on the upper right of this blog).

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