Friday Apr 29, 2016

Friday Spotlight: Learn About Choice of OSes in Oracle Private Cloud Appliance Training

Virtualizing with a choice of operating systems provides flexibility. The Oracle Private Cloud Appliance includes Oracle VM software that is designed to run Linux, Windows, or Oracle Solaris guest operating systems and their applications in your data center. 

Learn about this topic and much more by taking the Oracle Private Cloud Appliance: Overview seminar. You can take this course in the following formats:

  • Training-on-Demand: Start training within 24 hours of registration, following the training at your own pace.
  • Live-Virtual Event: Attend a live event from your own desk - no travel required. Attend the event on the schedule for the 6 May 2016 or register your interest in an additional date.
  • In-Class Event: Travel to an education center to attend this class. You can attend the event on the 25 May 2016 in Madrid, Spain in Spanish or register your interest in an additional location.

For more information about Oracle's Engineered Systems curriculum, go to http://education.oracle.com/engineeredsystems.

Oracle VM VirtualBox 5.0.20 now available for download!

Oracle has released VirtualBox 5.0 Maintenance Release 20.

This release is a major improvement which include a large number of improvements and bug fixes; between the others we can find these important and very hot items:

  • Windows hosts/guests: further fixes for latest Windows 10 builds
  • Storage: fixed a regression causing write requests from the BIOS to cause a Guru Meditation with the LsiLogic SCSI controller
  • Improved NAT Networking

See all the details here with a complete list of bug fixes; here you can find all the links to download the software.

The Oracle VirtualBox Team

Tuesday Apr 26, 2016

LIVE WEBINARS: Foundations for Cloud and Performance Optimizations for IaaS

We have two great webcasts covering cloud topics and benefits of using Oracle VM in your foundation. They are live events where you can ask questions at the end.

Don't miss them: 

WEBCAST #1

"FOUNDATIONS OF AN OPEN CLOUD”

April 28th at 9:00am PST


As Enterprises face the challenge of building their own internal Open Cloud Infrastructures which combine security, agility, and cost-effectiveness; key business and technology choices have to be made. Creating a strong and Open foundation is critical. The Xen based Oracle VM offers the leading open source foundational virtualization layer on which to build. In addition it combines this with unparalleled management, scalability and robustness for mission-critical applications for Cloud Ready Application Deployment.

Join the webcast on April 28th, 2016 at 9:00 PST to learn:  

·         How to build an Open Foundational Layer for your cloud

·         New features and capabilities in Oracle VM 3.4

·         How to incorporate Oracle VM in your cloud strategy

Live Q&A session will be held after the webcast.   

Featured Speakers: 

·         John Priest, Director Oracle VM Product Management

·         Tony Kay, Director Oracle Virtualization 

 Register today! 

 WEBCAST #2

Performance Optimizations for Cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

May 5th, 2016 at 10:00am PST

Many customers are relying on Oracle VM Server for x86 and Oracle Private Cloud Appliance to build the private cloud infrastructure. Oracle VM is designed to provide high performance "out of the box" without tuning and administrative effort. With optimization, customers can achieve better agility to meet demanding service level requirements. This webcast and presentation discusses Oracle VM performance optimization best practices, goals and techniques to provide the best possible performance.

Join the webcast on May 5th, 2016 at 10:00 PST to learn: 

- Understand and measure performance in the cloud

- Oracle VM features for performance and scale in cloud environments

- How to tune CPU, memory and I/O in virtual machine and cloud

Live Q&A session will be held after the webcast.   

Jeff Savit, Senior Principal Technical Product Manager, Virtualization   

Register today! 

Friday Apr 22, 2016

Friday Spotlight: Patch Set Updates (PSUs) for Oracle Secure Global Desktop

Happy Friday, everyone!

Today we released an important set of Patch Set Updates (PSUs) for Secure Global Desktop (SGD) Release 5.2 in parallel with Oracle's April 2016 Critical Patch Update (CPU).  PSUs are maintenance patch roll-ups, and include strategic security and stability fixes for identified maintenance platforms.

Patch Set Updates (PSUs) are available for download on My Oracle Support (MOS).

The following reference documentation includes detailed information regarding the content of these updates, as well as instructions for procuring and installing the patches in SGD 5.2 deployments:

The following link is SGD Release Announcement Reference: a one-stop-shop for the latest available updates for all versions of SGD!

  • Oracle Secure Global Desktop, Release Announcement Reference (Doc ID 1597467.1)

Monday Apr 18, 2016

Oracle VM VirtualBox 5.0.18 now available for download!

Oracle has released VirtualBox 5.0 Maintenance Release 18.

This release is a major improvement which include a large number of improvements and bug fixes; between the others we can find these important and very hot items:

  • Windows hosts/guests: further fixes for latest Windows 10 builds
  • PC Speaker passthrough: fixes available
  • Linux hosts: kernel 4.5/4.6 fixes available

See all the details here with a complete list of bug fixes; here you can find all the links to download the software.

The Oracle VirtualBox Team

Friday Apr 15, 2016

Friday Spotlight - building a demo Oracle VM environment using VirtualBox

Learning a new software stack or test a new release is challenging enough without having to spend multiple cycles on the install process and, between many of possible use cases, Oracle VM VirtualBox can be used to create demo environments where to test or verify Enterprise products.

On Oracle Technology Network website you can find a list of Appliances, deployed and pre-built by Oracle Experts at no cost, ready to deploy more solutions on top of Oracle VM VirtualBox. Due to the high interest, one of the most downloaded appliance is Oracle VM Server & Manager.

This Appliance, thanks to VirtualBox, allows to create a real and complete Oracle VM environment on your laptop/desktop; these pre-built environments are also the foundation of Hands On Labs that we usually propose by webcasts or at important events like Oracle Open World. 

We also created a dedicated WhitePaper on this, where you can follow a step-by-step guide to build and Oracle VM Clustered Pool:

  • Import Oracle VM VirtualBox pre-built appliances
Once VMs are imported you'll have the complete management of them using VirtualBox GUI.

  • Prepare VirtualBox network interfaces 
Thanks to VirtualBox GUI you can manage your vNICs and point them to a specific configuration (bridged, host-only, NAT,....)

  • Initialize Oracle VM Server & Manager

  • Prepare Virtual Storage
Setup the storage that will guest the entire demo appliance.

  • Configure HTTP Server and NFS Server for their purposes

Exploit VMs pre-configured services like NFS-Server and HTTP-Server. 

This solution will allow you to try all interesting Oracle VM features and, at the same time, evaluate the product without any kind of investment in term of hardware purchase and installation time.

For further informations you can also visit:

If you have any question, feel free to post them on this blog entry.

Have a great weekend.

Tuesday Apr 12, 2016

Learn to Protect Cloud Resources with Oracle VM Training

In the Oracle VM Server for x86: Implementation training, learn to identify the resources that you must protect, and learn the steps to back up and recover these resources. In this course, you explore environment-wide recovery scenarios and gain knowledge that you can use as a blueprint for your disaster recovery strategy.

You can take the Oracle VM Server for x86: Implementation course in the following formats:

  • Live-Virtual Event: Attend a live event from your own desk, no travel required. Choose from a selection of events on the schedule to suit different time-zones including 3 and 11 May, 1 June, and 6 July 2016.
  • In-Class Event: Travel to an education center to attend this class. Below is a selection of the in-class events already on the schedule:

 Location  Date  Delivery Language
Jakarta, Indonesia 3 October 2016 English
Singapore 18 May 2016 English
Johannesburg, South Africa 26 April 2016
English
Bangkok, Thailand 7 November 2016 English
Roseville, MN, United States 21 July 2016 English
If you are new to Oracle VM, you can start your learning by taking the Oracle VM Server for x86: Administration course or the Oracle VM Server for SPARC: Installation and Configuration course.

To register for an event or to learn more about Oracle's Virtualization curriculum, go to http://education.oracle.com/virtualization

Friday Apr 08, 2016

Friday Spotlight - Oracle VM 3.4 Dom0 Enhancements

This is another blog in the series to give the Oracle VM community some additional information on the 3.4 release that we announced on March 24. This week, we are going to share a little more information on the Dom0 kernel enhancements that were delivered with this updated version of Oracle VM..

Modern Dom0 kernel

With Oracle VM 3.4 we updated the Dom0 kernel to Oracle Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel (UEK) Release 4, based on the 4.1 mainline kernel. This update brings performance improvements; and rapid driver availability and streamlined partner certifications with Oracle Linux and Oracle VM. The latest set of driver updates offered with this new kernel can be found in the Release Note for UEK Release 4.

Dom0 kernel updates on live systems

Ksplice updates for the Dom0 kernel used on Oracle VM 3.3 (UEK3) and Oracle VM 3.4 (UEK4) are now available. All Oracle VM customers with Premier Support for their x86 Servers will be able to access the Ksplice channel on ULN to take advantage of this Oracle technology to add important kernel updates and security patches without needing to live migrate VMs or reboot your Oracle VM Server.

The process to install the Ksplice Uptrack client and perform the live kernel updates is similar to the process for Oracle Linux since this is used for the Dom0 user space in Oracle VM. Please refer to the KM note on My Oracle Support for all the information you need to use Ksplice with your Oracle VM deployment. The document “Oracle VM: Using Ksplice Uptrack” can be found with Doc ID 2115501.1.

Friday Apr 01, 2016

Friday Spotlight: Oracle VM 3.4 Performance Gains

This is the first in a series of blogs to give the Oracle VM community some additional information on the 3.4 release that we announced last week. To start, we are going to share a little more information on the performance gains and capacity increases that were delivered with this updated version of Oracle VM.

Oracle VM Manager:

A number of infrastructure enhancements have been delivered to increase the performance and responsiveness of the Oracle VM Manager. Test results have shown substantial time improvements for the tasks required to provision and manage your virtualization deployment:

  • 85% improvement in login times to the user interface
  • 62% quicker navigation between tabs
  • 66% faster response to actions like expanding the Server Pools folder

The net result is quicker response times when you perform jobs with the Manager which results in more time to focus on other IT tasks in your data center. Early feedback from an early adopter of Oracle VM 3.4 claims “It’s so zippy!”

Oracle VM Server:

With the introduction of an updated version of the Xen hypervisor and additional enhancements made to the Oracle VM Server code, the 3.4 release offers higher levels of scalability and performance:

  • Capacity increases:

    • CPUs per host Server increased to 384

    • vCPUs per VM increased to 256

    • VM vDisk size increased to 10TB (NFS) and 64TB (OCFS2)

    • VMs per host Server increased to 300

  • Faster live migrations – internal testing shows a 4x improvement in a typical migration time.

Oracle VM Agent for SPARC:

Improvements made to the Oracle VM Agent for SPARC have resulted in a 4x decrease in discovery time for a T5-8 in a customer deployment.

Oracle VM is engineered for the Open Cloud Infrastructure to increase datacenter flexibility, meet your price/performance needs, and make applications easier to deploy, manage, and support.

For more Information - Oracle VM 3.4 documentation is available on the Oracle Technology Network (OTN)

If you have any questions, feel free to post them on this blog entry.

Have a great weekend.

Friday Mar 25, 2016

Friday Spotlight: OTN Virtual Technology Summit, April 5th

OTN Virtual Technology Summit is coming and we are going to attend this important virtual-class meeting.

Hear from Oracle ACEs, Java Champions, and Oracle product experts as they share their insight and experience (through technical demo's/presentations and hands on labs) in meeting today's IT challenges in the upcoming Oracle Technology Network Virtual Technology Summit. These interactive, online events offers four technical tracks, each with a unique focus on specific tools, technologies, and tips. Between them you can find:

Operating Systems and Virtualization Track covers best practices for implementing, optimising and securing your operating system, management tools and hardware. In addition we will also discuss best practices related to Oracle VM and Oracle VM Templates.

Between the others, under the "Operating Systems and Virtualization Track" you'll find a session dedicated to Oracle VM Templates.

On this session we are going to present one of the most requested Hands-on Labs related to Oracle VM Templates:

Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC) is a cluster database with a shared cache architecture that overcomes the limitations of traditional shared-nothing and shared-disk approaches to provide highly scalable and available database solutions for all your business applications. In this hands-on lab, learn from Oracle experts about how to deploy Oracle RAC in just minutes by leveraging the power of Oracle VM Templates.

Deploying Oracle RAC on other virtualization solutions, or on a bare-metal system, could request days of work and more steps involved, like:

  • Operating System Software Installation (Oracle Linux)
  • Operating System Patching (Update kernel and user-space packages)
  • Operating System Configuration and Requirements (Apply kernel configuration and packages needed for Oracle RAC)
  • Oracle Cluster & Database Software Installation (Oracle Grid Infrastructure & Database software)
  • Oracle Cluster & Database Software Patching (CPU, PSU and Interim Patches on both Cluster and Database software)
  • Oracle Database creation and configuration

    As you can see on the picture above, deployment time is drastically reduced thanks to Oracle VM Templates; all activities related to installation, configuration, patching and maintenance are already executed by Oracle Experts that grant to have all best-practices in place and, at the same time, a fully supported and certified system available. 

    If you are interested to see how Oracle VM Templates can drastically reduce deployment time of your applications, following links will help you to schedule and register yourself on this interesting session:

    At the end of the session, all participants will have the opportunity to make questions or clarify any kind of doubt with the help of Oracle product experts.

    Hope to virtually meet you over there.

    Thursday Mar 24, 2016

    Announcing Oracle VM 3.4 - Engineered for Open Cloud Infrastructure

    Oracle VM Release 3.4, Oracle’s latest server virtualization product, delivers many important new features and enhancements to enable rapid enterprise application deployment throughout public and private cloud infrastructure. The new release continues expanding support for both Oracle and non-Oracle workloads - providing customers and partners with additional choices and interoperability - including the capability to enable OpenStack support. 

    Infrastructure

    • Updated Xen hypervisor - Xen hypervisor updated to deliver greater scalability of up to 256 vCPUs per guest VM.
    • Modern Dom0 kernel - Dom0 kernel updated to Oracle Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel (UEK) Release 4, based on the 4.1 mainline kernel, to bring performance improvements; and rapid driver availability and streamlined partner certifications with Oracle Linux.
    • Enhanced Virtual Appliance support - Improved VM portability across different cloud infrastructure by enhancing OVF based virtual appliance support. Oracle VM Manager now provides the ability to import and export Oracle VM Virtual Appliances as a single .ova (Open Virtualization Format Archive) file or a set of .ovf (Open Virtualization Format) and .img (disk image) files.
    • Storage live migration - Oracle VM uses features built into the OCFS2 file system on x86 platforms to provide live migration capabilities for virtual machines that have virtual disks on local storage.
    • Fiber Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) support Oracle VM provides support for installing Oracle VM Server into FCoE Storage Area Networks (SAN) over selected Host Bus Adapters (HBA) or Converged Network Adapters (CNA).
    • Booting from UEFI Oracle VM Server can now boot from systems that use the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI).
    • Automated installation of VNC and Serial Console software - The Oracle VM Manager installer also manages the installation of the VNC and Serial Console software packages which reduces administrative overhead during a deployment of the environment.

    Security and serviceability

    • Dom0 kernel update on live systems - Oracle Ksplice updates the Dom0 Oracle UEK with all of the important security patches without needing to reboot.
    • FIPS 140-2 Validation This release supports enabling FIPS mode for OpenSSL to be compliant with Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) Publication 140-2.
    • Improved character handling for filters - Improvements to Oracle VM Manager allow for better handling of characters used in filter fields to improve matching capabilities and to provide improved protection against attempted SQL injection attacks.

    • Enabling Kdump during Oracle VM Server installation - During installation of Oracle VM Server, you can now choose to enable the Kdump service that captures a memory dump from dom0 and stores it on the filesystem to help you debug and diagnose issues in the event of a system crash.
    • OSWatcher Utility Available on Oracle VM Server the OSWatcher utility is installed on Oracle VM Server by default and is enabled to run at boot. OSWatcher is a collection of shell scripts that collect and archive operating system and network metrics to diagnose performance issues.

    Performance

    • Improved Performance - This release of Oracle VM includes several enhancements to overall performance and scalability, including the time it takes to discover a large number of servers.

    The following table highlights performance improvements for the Oracle VM Manager Web Interface from Release 3.3.1 to Release 3.4.1:

    Action in the Oracle VM Manager Web Interface

    First time

    Subsequent times

    Logging in

    85%

    80%

    Switching from Status Overview to Statistics on the Health tab

    23% faster response time

    1 second

    Expanding the Server Pools folder on the Servers and VMs tab

    66% faster response time

    0 seconds

    Switching from the Servers and VMs tab to the Health tab

    62% faster response time

    73% faster response time

    Usability and manageability

    • Device mappings - Virtual machine configuration details under the Servers and VMs tab in the Oracle VM Manager Web Interface display device mappings that allow you to easily identify which physical resources, such as disks in the repository, correspond to virtual resources, such as virtual disks assigned to virtual machines.
    • Object topology view You can view graphical representations, and generate reports, of virtual machine object nodes and attributes to quickly locate resources and view information about those resources.
    • Generating XML reports - Oracle VM Manager lets you generate XML reports on objects, the object attributes, and direct sub-objects. You can generate reports for virtual machines, Oracle VM Servers, server pools, and storage.
    • User preferences - Oracle VM Manager stores certain user preferences across sessions.
    • Simple names for repository objects - Oracle VM Manager persists simple names for repository objects as metadata. As a result, the simple names are retained when the repository is transferred to a different instance of Oracle VM Manager or easily recovered in cases where Oracle VM Manager is manually restored without a database backup.
    • Configuring management database backups - The Preferences tab in the Oracle VM Manager Web Interface lets you set the interval for backing up the management MySQL database and number of backups to keep.
    • Listing the locations of virtual machine disks - Oracle VM Manager provides detailed information on the location of virtual machine disks to facilitate backup tasks.
    • Monitoring Oracle VM Server through SNMP - This release provides an SNMP shared object module that lets you retrieve details about Oracle VM Server, monitor Oracle VM Server health, and return a list of running virtual machines.
    • Viewing virtual machine configuration files - Oracle VM lets you easily retrieve the configuration files for virtual machines (vm.cfg) from the Oracle VM Manager Web Interface or the command line interface (CLI).
    • Avoiding multiple physical disk allocation - Oracle VM provides detailed information about how physical disks are in use to avoid multiple physical disk allocation.
    • Context sensitive help - Online help for Oracle VM now launches directly from elements in the Oracle VM Manager Web Interface to the relevant help topics. This online help system eliminates the need to navigate through help topics to find information.

    Visit the following resources for additional details:

    To learn more about Oracle's virtualization solutions, visit oracle.com/virtualization.

    Monday Mar 21, 2016

    Get Quality of Service with Oracle Private Cloud Appliance Training

    Oracle Private Cloud Appliance is a highly available, fully redundant, converged infrastructure combining compute, networking, management, and storage elements forming a virtualization environment. This enables you to implement applications with confidence and agility. With Private Cloud Appliance, you can rapidly deploy applications using managed resources to provide the Quality of Service (QoS) you need.

    Learn how to get the most from Private Cloud Appliance by taking the Oracle Private Cloud Appliance: Overview.

    The Training-on-Demand format is a popular option for this seminar. With Training-on-Demand, you can start training within 24 hours of registration and follow lecture material at your own pace through streaming video.

    You can also take the Oracle Private Cloud Appliance: Overview seminar via the following formats:

    • Live-Virtual Event: Attend a live event from your own desk, no travel required. For example, attend an event scheduled for 6 May 2016.
    • In-Class Event: Travel to an education center to attend an event. Register your interest in an event in a specific location.

    For more information about Oracle's Engineered Systems curriculum, go to http://education.oracle.com/engineeredsystems.

    Friday Mar 18, 2016

    FRIDAY SPOTLIGHT: Meet us at OpenStack Summit - April 25-29

    Oracle is sponsoring the OpenStack Summit at the Austin Convention Center in Austin, TX, April 25-29. The OpenStack Summit is a gathering of IT leaders, telco operators, cloud administrators, app developers and OpenStack contributors building the future of cloud computing. Hear business cases and operational experience directly from users, learn about new products in the ecosystem and participate in hands-on workshops to build your skills. Attended by thousands of people from more than 50 countries, it’s the ideal venue to plan your cloud strategy and share knowledge about architecting and operating OpenStack clouds.

    See What Makes Oracle the Leader in OpenStack Computing 

    Oracle offers fully integrated OpenStack enterprise cloud solutions with single support for all components in the stack including applications, database, middleware, guest OS, host OS, virtualization and OpenStack. Bringing Oracle experience in stability, availability, performance, debugging and diagnostics to enable the world’s toughest enterprise workloads in the cloud. 

    Visit us at OpenStack Marketplace – Oracle Booth B30

    Learn how Oracle’s OpenStack-focused products and solutions enable faster deployment, easy management and richer observability for DevOps. We will have engineers and demos for :
    • Oracle OpenStack for Solaris 
    • Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux and Oracle VM
    • Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance
    • Oracle Optimized Solutions 

    OpenStack Marketplace Hours:

    • Monday, April 25           6:00pm – 7:30pm
    • Tuesday, April 26          10:45am – 6:00pm
    • Wednesday, April 27     10:30am – 6:00pm 
    • Thursday, April 28         10:30am – 1:30pm 

    Attend Oracle Session: Tuesday, April 26th, 2pm

    Why Should You Attend?  

    The OpenStack Summit is a gathering of IT leaders, telco operators, cloud administrators, app developers and OpenStack contributors building the future of cloud computing. Hear business cases and operational experience directly from users, learn about new products in the ecosystem and participate in hands-on workshops to build your skills. Attended by thousands of people from more than 50 countries, it’s the ideal venue to plan your cloud strategy and share knowledge about architecting and operating OpenStack clouds.

    How Do I Find Out More? 
    Learn more about the OpenStack Summit in Austin.

    See you in Austin!

    Monday Mar 14, 2016

    Oracle VM 3.3.4 Released!

    We just released a maintenance update for Oracle VM 3.3 to bring new hardware support, improved stability and performance, and to provide bug fixes. 

    You can review the Oracle VM Release Note for 3.3.4 to see a summary of the new content and a list of notable bug fixes. Oracle VM 3.3.4 updates are available for download from My Oracle Support.  The patch updates include all the cumulative bug fixes and security fixes that have been integrated since the 3.3.1 release.

    Download Instructions

    See the download instructions at: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/server-storage/vm/downloads/index.html

    Additional Information

    Oracle VM documentation is available on the Oracle Technology Network (OTN):  http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/server-storage/vm/documentation/index.html.
    For the latest information, best practices white papers and webinars, please visit http://oracle.com/virtualization.

    Deploying and Managing Applications with Oracle VM Training

    Oracle VM is built to support different workloads, with an emphasis on ease of deployment and management of Oracle applications.

    In the Oracle VM Server for x86: Administration course, you learn to create server pools to take advantage of your existing storage and networking infrastructure. This will enable you to seamlessly manage storage from a central location using Oracle VM Storage Connect. Using features like anti-affinity groups and Dynamic Resource Scheduling policy, you'll implement and manage the inter-connections between the virtual machines running your multi-tier enterprise applications.

    Extensive hands-on practices will guide you through each step for building your virtual environment. With the skills acquired during these exercises, you can scale your virtual environment to support the most demanding workloads.

    You can take the Oracle VM Server for x86: Administration course in the following formats:

    • Training-on-Demand: Start training within 24 hours of registering, following lecture material at your own pace through streaming video and booking time to perform lab exercises when suits your schedule.
    • Live-Virtual Event: Attend a live event from your own desk, no travel required. Choose from a selection of events on the schedule to suit different time-zones, including 16 March, 20 and 27 April, and 11 and 25 May 2016.
    • In-Class Event: Travel to an education center to attend an event. In-class events on the schedule include the following:

     Location  Date  Delivery Language
    Melbourne, Australia
    17 August 2016 English
    Sydney, Australia
    27 April 2016 English
    Montreal, Canada
    24 May 2016 English
    Ottawa, Canada
    24 May 2016 English
    Toronto, Canada
    13 April 2016 English
    Prague, Czech Republic
    27 June 2016 Czech
    Cairo, Egypt
    17 May 2016 English
    London, England
    4 July 2016 English
    Reading, England
    21 March 2016 English
    Paris, France
    23 March 2016 French
    Lille, France
    2 May 2016 French
    Stuttgart, Germany
    2 May 2016 German
    Causeway Bay, Hong Kong
    11 May 2016 English
    Milan, Italy
    13 June 2016 Italian
    Rome, Italy
    9 May 2016 Italian
    Mexico City, Mexico
    13 April 2016 Spanish
    Utrecht, Netherlands
    21 March 2016 English
    Singapore
    4 May 2016 English
    Bratislava, Slovakia  29 March 2016 Slovakian
    Ljubjiana, Slovenia
    25 May 2016 Slovenian
    Johannesburg, South Africa
    22 March 2016 English
    Madrid, Spain
    4 April 2016 Spanish
    Malmo, Sweden
    18 April 2016 English
    Stockholm, Sweden 18 April 2016 English
    Bangkok, Thailand 11 April 2016 English
    Edison, NJ, United States 24 May 2016 English
    King of Prussia, PA, United States 24 May 2016 English
    If you are using SPARC, you could take the Oracle VM Server for SPARC: Installation and Configuration course.
    • Live-Virtual Events on the schedule include 14 and 31 March, 7, 14 and 18 April, and 23 and 26 May 2016
    • In-Class Events on the schedule include the following:

     Location  Date  Delivery Language
    Cairo, Egypt 10 April 2016 Arabic
    Cairo, Egypt 25 May 2016 English
    Tokyo, Japan 24 March 2016 Japanese
    Mexico City, Mexico 23 May 2016 Spanish
    Singapore 21 March 2016 English

    To register for an event or to learn more about Oracle's Virtualization curriculum, go to http://education.oracle.com/virtualization.
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