Solaris Zones at Oracle OpenWorld 2010

Happy to report that a joint proposal to speak at Oracle OpenWorld on the topic of how Solaris Containers (aka Zones) have been used by our customers has been accepted earlier this year!  Next week I am being joined by two of my colleagues, Duncan Hardie - Solaris Product Manager, and Jeff Victor - Solaris Virtualization Specialist, to deliver a talk on this subject. The title of our talk is: Optimizing Legacy and Modern Application Environments with Oracle Solaris Containers


We are speaking on Tuesday at 2pm PST and if you're attending OpenWorld, JavaOne or Oracle Develop and are interested in learning about metrics and approaches to getting better performance while reaping cost savings for Solaris application environments, do come down and see us - Moscone South, Room 301


The session link is:  http://www.eventreg.com/cc250/sessionDetail.jsp?SID=317636


The session abstract is: 


The Oracle Solaris OS includes support for Oracle Solaris Containers, a virtualization technology that provides isolated and secure runtime environments in a single OS instance. With Oracle Solaris Containers, administrators can manage separate workloads, control resource usage, and maintain IP network separation. These features let multiple applications--or even multiple instances of the same application--securely coexist on a single system, for server consolidation savings. Customers win by leveraging a unique way of effectively and efficiently running applications, even those from legacy environments. This session explores benefits others have seen by using Oracle Solaris Containers to effectively move legacy applications to new systems.



I look forward to connecting with many customers and colleagues attending this event and am hoping to see you there! Shoot me a note if you're coming down to the Bay area and would like to connect at OOW: isaac {at} sun {dot} com



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Update: 10/1/2010 - The presentation from the Oracle OpenWorld session has been posted here The talk had the following outline/agenda with the following sections comprising the talk:
Business Challenges
• Oracle Solaris Containers
   - Capabilities and Value Drivers
• Using Oracle Containers Today
• Deployments in Financial Services


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Isaac Rozenfeld is a Product Manager for Oracle Solaris; current responsibilities include the portfolio of networking and installation technologies in Solaris, with a focus on easing the overall application deployment experience


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