Friday Dec 12, 2014

Friday Spotlight: Customer's success with Virtual Compute Appliance

We are happy to share a customer story that BT in Spain completes application deployment in a matter of minutes, not days or weeks, and reduces capital expenditures by 50%.

BT in Spain serves 29 of the IBEX 35 companies—a list of organizations with the highest trading volume in the Spanish stock market—and 2,000 of the 5,000 largest companies in the country.

To provide customers with Oracle Cloud applications and other infrastructure-as-a-service solutions, BT in Spain deployed Oracle’s Virtual Compute Appliance in its main data center located in Madrid. BT in Spain’s platform enables the company’s clients to deploy Oracle solutions up to 7x faster than with any other platform, with no configuration errors, and it optimizes operating costs. 

The Virtual Compute Appliance’s various components, such as Oracle VM, are designed for mission-critical uptime and availability. This Oracle converged-infrastructure solution has enabled BT in Spain to reduce capital expenditure by 50% and instantly respond to existing and new customer requests. The ability to design and deploy tailor-made databases faster and more efficiently gives BT in Spain an undeniable edge in the crowded cloud-hosting market.

“Time-to-application with Oracle’s Virtual Compute Appliance was remarkable. In a matter of minutes, not days or weeks, we were operational and in a position to instantly respond to our customers’ needs,” said Raul Chico, head of business development, BT in Spain.

For more details: http://www.oracle.com/us/corporate/customers/customersearch/bt-spain-5-vca-sl-2372727.html; or in Spanish:

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

Tuesday Dec 02, 2014

Oracle VM 3.2.9 Released

We just released a maintenance update for Oracle VM 3.2 to bring new hardware support, improve stability, and provide bug fixes. You can review the What's New wiki for the list of notable bug fixes.

Download Instructions

  • Oracle VM Server for x86 3.2.9 server ISO, search patch ID 16410428; and also available from ULN - https://linux.oracle.com
  • Oracle VM Manager 3.2.9 upgrade, search patch ID 16410417
  • Oracle VM Agent 3.2.9 for SPARC, search patch ID 16694949

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.

Friday Nov 28, 2014

Friday Spotlight: Build a Complete Highly-Available Oracle VM Architecture from Server to App

Happy Holidays!

During this holiday season, it's increasingly important that your virtualization infrastructure delivers a complete highly-available architecture to meet your business requirements.

At Oracle, virtualization is a feature of the overall software stack. Solving the whole stack is where the real value is and what our customers are looking for. Oracle is providing solutions to address the whole stack, – from top to bottom – software which can be managed, provisioned, clustered, is highly available, secure, and understood as a whole, not just piece by piece.

To explore the benefits of using Oracle VM server virtualization, the simple way is to follow the detailed instructions from Oracle VM Hands-on Labs which we talked about during the previous blog. The hands-on labs leverage Oracle VM VirtualBox on your laptop or personal computer. With easy setup and by following simple steps, you can quickly create an Oracle VM server virtualization demonstration or learning environment with full Oracle software stack.

Today we want to highlight one of the labs - Build a Complete Highly-Available Oracle VM Architecture from Server to App, which was created by Simon Coter, Consulting Technical Manager from Oracle.

In this lab, you will learn the best practices of implementing and using a complete Oracle VM high-availability (HA) solution. This lab helps to demonstrate how Oracle products such as Oracle VM, Oracle Linux, KSplice and Oracle Clusterware (all products included with appropriate Oracle Linux and Oracle VM Support subscriptions) allows to create a solution that is able to cover all the HA requirements. This lab also walks you through the managing, by Oracle Clusterware, of a custom web-application. The implementation of this lab helps to deploy an enterprise-proven high-available infrastructure software layer at zero license cost to your virtualization or Linux environment.

I encourage you to learn the HA best practices from the hands-on lab, then apply them to your Oracle VM deployment. Enjoy your holidays!

Wednesday Nov 19, 2014

Oracle VM Hands-on Labs

With the success of the hands-on labs at Oracle OpenWorld and Virtual Technology Summit, we are now making those hands-on labs available for public download via OTN.

See the direct link: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/server-storage/vm/downloads/hol-oraclevm-2368799.html

Or you can navigate from Oracle VM OTN download landing page: http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/server-storage/vm/downloads/index.html, and click:

The hands-on labs leverage Oracle VM VirtualBox on your laptop or personal computer. With easy setup and by following simple steps, you can quickly create an Oracle VM server virtualization demonstration or learning environment with full Oracle software stack. In the coming weeks, we'll explain each lab with more details. Meanwhile, just download the virtual appliances, and import into your Oracle VM VirtualBox environment to play with it. Have fun!

For in-depth product training, visit Training on the Most Complete Virtualization.

Monday Nov 17, 2014

Training on the Most Complete Virtualization

Learn about the most complete virtualization. Oracle's server virtualization products support x86 and SPARC architectures and a variety of workloads including Linux, Oracle Solaris and Windows.

The training cited below will teach you how to build the infrastructure for cloud computing and deploy resources on the architecture of your choice.

Oracle VM Server for x86: Administration

You can take this 3-day course as a:

  • Live-Virtual Event: Attend a live event from your own desk - no travel required. Events on the schedule include classes with start dates of 14th of January and 25 February 2015.
  • In-Class Event: Travel to an education center to attend a class. Events on the schedule include:

 Location

 Date

 Delivery Language

 Melbourne, Australia

 21 January 2015

 English

 Sydney, Australia

 4 February 2015

 English

 Hamburg, Germany

 15 June 2015

 German

 Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

 7 January 2015

 English

Oracle VM Server for SPARC: Installation and Configuration

You can take this 2-day instructor-led course as a:

  • Live-Virtual Event: Attend a live event from your own desk - no travel required. Events on the schedule include classes with start dates of 24 and 27 November, 1 and 11 December 2014, 11 and 12 January, 5, 8, and 23 February 2015.
  • In-Class Event: Travel to an education center to take this class. Below is a selection of the events already on the schedule:

 Location  Date
 Delivery Language
Dhaka, Bangladesh
27 November 2014 English
Canberra, Australia
23 February 2015 English
Melbourne, Australia
12 January 2015 English
Sydney, Australia
9 February 2015 English
Santiago, Chili
4 December 2014 Spanish
Prague, Czech Republic  12 March 2015 Czech
Frankfurt, Germany  16 March 2015 German
Munich, Germany
1 June 2015 German
Causeway, Hong Kong
29 December 2014 English
Tokyo, Japan
9 February 2015 Japanese
Madrid, Spain
7 April 2015 Spanish
Riyadh, South Africa
26 April 2015 English
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
26 April 2015 English
Atlanta, GA, United States
22 January 2015 English
Columbus, OH, United States
23 April 2015 English

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

Friday Oct 31, 2014

Friday Spotlight: Managing Oracle VM 3.3 from Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c

In the previous blog, we announced that the new virtualization plug-in (12.1.0.7.0) for Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Cloud Control was available. With the latest virtualization plug-in update, Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c works seamlessly with Oracle VM Manager 3.3. In today's blog, Daniel Ritzman, Principal Best Practices Consultant from Oracle VM product management team, covers how to use the new plug-in to enable Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c to manage an Oracle VM 3.3 installation.

There are two ways to acquire the latest plug-in versions. You can download the plug-in from OTN or use software update from within Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c.

Step I. (Option one) Download with Self Update

To enable and download using Software Update the following documentation can be used.

http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E24628_01/doc.121/e24473/self_update.htm#EMADM13221

If you have already enabled software update, go to Setup->Extensibility->Self Update and click the Check Updates:


In the Setup->Extensibility-Plug-ins, the new version of the plug-in will be available and can be downloaded:


Step I. (Option two) Download from OTN

To download from OTN, follow this link:

You can now download the plug-in from OTN using the following link and drilling down to path 1.

Download12.1.0.7.0_oracle.sysman.vt
(38,843,237 bytes, cksum 3401906902)
Plug-in to enable Oracle VM virtualization management capabilities in Oracle Enterprise Manager. 25-Sep-14

1. In the download directory you will have a zip file which can be transferred to the OMS system and unzipped.

# ls *zip

12.1.0.7.0_oracle.sysman.vt_2000_0.zip

# unzip *zip

Archive: 12.1.0.7.0_oracle.sysman.vt_2000_0.zip

inflating: 12.1.0.7.0_oracle.sysman.vt_2000_0.opar

2. As the oracle user use emcli on the OMS to import the plug-in update opar

% emcli login -username=sysman

% emcli import_update -file=/var/tmp/12.1.0.7.0_oracle.sysman.vt_2000_0.opar –omslocal

Processing update: Plug-in

Successfully uploaded the update to Enterprise Manager. Use the Self Update Console to manage this update.

Step II. Applying the downloaded plug-in update to OMS

The following procedures will be the same regardless of which option you used above for getting the new plug-in update.

       1. In the Setup -> Extensibility-> Self Update select the plug-in section

a. Verify the vt plug-in has the status Downloaded.

       2. In Setup -> Extensibility-> Plug-in

a. Use View -> plug-in -> 'only downloaded' to identify only the update which need to be applied.

b. Select the VT plug-in and deploy on OMS

i. providing the requested SYS credentials

ii. confirm that you have backed up the repository and launch the job (Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c will restart)

Step III. Deploy the update to the agent

Next you will need to deploy the plug-in update to the agent where you will manage your Oracle VM.

This can be any agent which can connect to the Oracle VM console, and can be on the Oracle VM manager host itself.

       1. In the Setup -> Extensibility -> Plug-in page

a. Select the VT plug-in from the expanded "Servers, Storage and Network" section.

b. Select Deploy On -> Management Agent…

c. In the Deploy Plug-in on Management Agent pop-up select the version to deploy (defaults to latest) and continue

d. Select the management agent to deploy the plug-in


e. Verify the agent has met the prerequisite checks and select Next


f. Select Deploy in the review page


Step IV. Configure authentication certs for the agent

In previous version of the plug-in only the tcps cert needed to be added to the Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c agent truststore. For managing Oracle VM 3.3, the weblogic cert will need to be added instead. The complete Oracle Enterprise Manager documentation for this can be found at the following link.

        1. Export the weblogic cert to a file using the ovmkeytool.sh provided with your Oracle VM 3.3 installation

# /u01/app/oracle/ovm-manager-3/ovm_upgrade/bin/ovmkeytool.sh exportca > /var/tmp/new_cert_from_ovmkeytool.cert3

        2. Transfer the cert file to the Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c agent host (if they are not the same host)

# scp /var/tmp/new_cert_from_ovmkeytool.cert3 root@emcc.example.com:/var/tmp/new_cert_from_ovmkeytool.cert3

root@emcc.example.com password:

new_cert_from_ovmkeytool.cert3 100% 1503 1.5KB/s 00:00

         3. Remove first line from the cert file if it exists

a. The first line of the file should be the “-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----“ line

b. use vi or other text editor to remove the line.

c. The following is an example of a file which needs the first line removed (in red)

# head -3 /var/tmp/new_cert_from_ovmkeytool.cert3

libdir is /u01/app/oracle/ovm-manager-3/ovm_upgrade/bin/../lib

-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----

MIID+zCCAuOgAwIBAgIUW6+nwq5aQNuD5Pc7gkhtT2he2JUwDQYJKoZIhvcNAQEL

         4. Import the cert into the agent trust store using emctl as the oracle user

oracle@emcc.example.com $ ./bin/emctl  secure add_trust_cert_to_jks -trust_certs_loc /var/tmp/new_cert_from_ovmkeytool.cert3 -alias ovmm
Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Control 12c Release 4 
Copyright (c) 1996, 2014 Oracle Corporation.  All rights reserved.
Password:

Message   :   Certificate was added to keystore
ExitStatus: SUCCESS

Step V. Register the Oracle VM Manager 3.3 with Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c

Now we can to register the Oracle VM Manager 3.3 with Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c to populate the Infrastructure Cloud tree and allow us to manage the Oracle VM environment from Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c.

  1. In the Enterprise->Cloud->Oracle VM Infrastructure home window
    1. In the Infrastructure Cloud menu (pictured below) select Register Oracle VM Manager


  1. In the register Oracle VM Manager page provide the following details
    1. Name: Display name for the Oracle VM manager in Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c.
    2. Monitoring Agent: This is the agent above where the plug-in was deployed and the cert imported.
    3. Connection URLS: These will be the URLs on the Oracle VM Manager host.
    4. Monitoring Credentials: This will be the user and password on the Oracle VM application
  2. Select Submit


  1. Verify the launched registration job is successful.


Now you Oracle VM Manager 3.3 has been registered with Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c.

Friday Oct 24, 2014

Friday Spotlight: New assets for Winning Combo: Virtual Compute Appliance and ZFS Storage Appliance

Happy Friday. In today's spotlight, we want to share some great assets about Oracle’s Virtual Compute Appliance and Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance.

Virtual Compute Appliance is a converged infrastructure solution that combines preconfigured networking, servers, and storage into a convenient package that system administrators can easily deploy into an existing data center. Combined with the virtualization power of Oracle VM, the Virtual Compute Appliance provides the perfect general-purpose solution for rapidly and easily bringing online a new rack into a cloud environment. Customers can expand storage of the Virtual Compute Appliance by connecting to Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance externally. We published a new white paper that describes how to increase the storage capacity of the Virtual Compute Appliance by adding a new rack containing a larger Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance cluster.

To learn how the Oracle ZFS Storage Appliance is optimized to work efficiently with Virtual Compute Appliance and understand how the Virtual Compute Appliance together with the ZFS Storage Appliance benefits customers by providing storage expansion and backup capabilities, watch this 12-minute Youtube video for a condensed presentation by Premal Savla and Michael Wojnar.

Tuesday Oct 21, 2014

Re-Cap: Oracle OpenWorld 2014 and September Partner Activities and Announcements

This year Oracle OpenWorld 2014 had been a busy one for us and our Partners. It had been one of the most successful showcases we had organized so far with 15 Partners actively demonstrating their solutions for Oracle Linux and Oracle VM.  Many of our ISV and IHV partners announced solutions around Oracle Linux, Oracle VM and Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux. During the Showcase, we recorded some of our partners who talked about their solution:

Here's the list of announcements and updates in September from our partners which shows the collaboration and joint engineering efforts of Oracle Linux and Virtualization teams with the key ISV and IHVs:

OpenStack Solutions

Mellanox CloudX Platform now supported with Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux – MarketWatch Publication

Nuage Networks Delivers SDN Integration with Oracle OpenStack with Oracle Linux – Press Release

SolidFire Announces support for Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux – Press Release

Software Solutions

Acronis Backup Advanced is certified for Oracle Linux and Oracle VM – Requirements; Description

eG Innovations Delivers End-to-End Performance Management for Oracle Linux and Oracle VM – Press Release

IBM Infosphere Server pack for Siebel 3.2 has achieved Oracle Linux Ready Status

Intel – Renée J. James, President of Intel Corporation, shared her keynote on, “The future of the Data Center in a Software-Defined World. Check out this blog.

SAP certifies Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance (VCA) – Check out the blog.

SEP Software Corp. Partners with Oracle to Provide World-Class Backup Solutions to the Marketplace – Press Release

Hardware Solutions

Dell and Oracle help customers deploy Oracle Business Intelligence Applications – Press Release

Nimblestorage unveils JD Edwards EnterpriseOne SmartStack – Publications on: InfoStor ; CNN Money; Virtual Strategy Magazine

Tegile Systems, a leading provider of flash-driven storage arrays supports Oracle Linux and Oracle VM, are part of theOracle Validated Configurations.

As you can see from the updates and participation from our partners, our ISV and IHV ecosystem is growing very rapidly with exciting offers and new certifications.

Visit our Partner pages if you want to know more about solutions from Oracle Linux Partners and Oracle VM Partners.

See you in 2015 Oracle OpenWorld - October 25–29, 2015!


Monday Oct 06, 2014

Secure Oracle VM Deployments

One of the principles of good security practice is to keep all software versions and patches up-to-date. To keep you and your customers informed about any errata update, please subscribe to oraclevm-errata@oss.oracle.com: you can sign up here to receive notification on software update delivered to ULN for Oracle VM, or you can browse the email archive.

We've released fixes to address the recent security vulnerabilities. Please review the instructions to apply those fixes.

Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance Software - My Oracle Support (MOS) note 1930502.1
Oracle VM 2.2, 3.0, 3.1, 3.2, 3.3  -  MOS note 1929782.1
  • Xen Security Advisory CVE-2014-7188 / XSA-108
CVE-2014-7188 / XSA-108 Patch Availability Document for Oracle VM - MOS Note 1931331.1
CVE-2014-7188 / XSA-108 Patch Availability Document for Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance - MOS Note 1931380.1
The Oracle VM security architecture, by design, eliminates many security threats. The guidelines for secure deployment of virtualized solutions based on Oracle VM are largely based on network security. As these guidelines are generally applicable, they should always be reviewed for applicability in the context of each implementation and the security requirements and policies of the broader environment in which Oracle VM is deployed. Please review Oracle VM Security Guide to apply to your environment.
  • Oracle VM Security Guide for Release 3.3 HTML
  • Oracle VM Security Guide for Release 3.2 HTML

Friday Oct 03, 2014

Friday Spotlight: Highlights from Oracle OpenWorld 2014

At Oracle OpenWorld 2014, Renée J. James, President of Intel Corporation, shared her keynote on, "The Future of the Data Center in a Software-Defined World". She talked about Intel's Next Generation Firewall (NGFW) for Oracle VM.

During the keynote, Steve Grobman, Intel Fellow and CTO of Intel Security Platforms showed the NGFW demo with Oracle VM Manager:

Steve articulated the key values of the joint solution from Intel and Oracle:

  • Scalable and fast deployment of the virtual firewall instances powered by Oracle VM Templates
  • Fast and secure VM migration orchestrated by Oracle VM Manager
  • And better datacenter protection.

You can watch the keynote replay here.

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

Saturday Sep 27, 2014

Top 5 Things to Do @OOW14: Oracle Linux, Oracle Virtualization and OpenStack

Only one day left to Oracle OpenWorld 2014! 

We have prepared amazing line up of sessions and demos for you. Our showcase is the biggest one featuring OpenStack this year. Don't miss any of them. Check out the top 5 things to do:

1) Visit Oracle Linux and Virtualization Showcase with OpenStack @Moscone South, Booth #611

Stop by our Oracle Linux and Oracle Virtualization demo pods 

  • SLX-001 3762 - Oracle Linux Technical Innovations
  • SLX- 002 3715 - Oracle Linux: Innovate, Collaborate, Create
  • SLX-003 3767 – OpenStack - Enterprise-grade Cloud with Oracle Linux and Oracle VM
  • SLX-004 3760 – Oracle VM - Integrated Infrastructure choice for the Cloud
  • SLX-005 4664 - Oracle VM VirtualBox
  • SLX-006 3765 - Oracle Desktop Virtualization  

Check out our partners that showcase their respective solutions around Oracle Linux, Oracle VM and OpenStack. 

  • A10 Networks 
  • amitego AG 
  • Dell
  • eG Innovations 
  • Fortinet
  • Fujitsu
  • Intel
  • Lenovo 
  • Mirantis 
  • Nuage Networks
  • SanDisk
  • Secure-24
  • SEP Software Corp.
  • SolidFire
  • Tegile

2) Don't miss the General Sessions for insight into product roadmaps and future developments

GEN8471– Oracle Virtualization Strategy and Roadmap

Monday, Sep 29, 1:30 PM - 2:15 PM - Intercontinental - Grand Ballroom B

Virtualization is interesting but do you know how virtualization is deployed, developed and driven revenue for Oracle? Get the insight on how Oracle has ruggedized virtualization for the enterprise and how you can benefit from the experience. While at it, hear Wim talk about the strategy and roadmap

General Session: Oracle Linux—State of the Penguin [GEN7801]

Monday September 29, 2014 - 4:00 PM-4:45 PM

Get the latest information on Oracle Linux straight from the source! 

3) Attend an Oracle Linux, Oracle VM and OpenStack Technical sessions, mark the sites below to get more information on our sessions:

Focus on Virtualization and OpenStack

Focus on Oracle Linux 

4) Attend the Hand-on-Labs 

Next-Generation Cloud Computing with Linux Containers

Oracle Linux Systems Management Solutions

OpenStack: Getting Started with Oracle Linux and Oracle VM

Building a Complete HA Oracle VM Infrastructure from Server to App

5) Network  and Have fun!!

Stay up past your bedtime rocking to Aerosmith and hip-hopping to Macklemore & Ryan Lewis at the Oracle Appreciation Event. These award-winners—plus free-flowing networking, food, and drink—come Wednesday to magical Treasure Island.

See you at sunny San Francisco!

Friday Sep 26, 2014

Oracle VM 3.3 - Integration with Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c

Many customers have transformed how IT delivers information and business services using Oracle VM in a Private Cloud. Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Cloud Control enables entire stack of enterprise applications that drive crucial business services as well as end-to-end management orchestrations to cloud based services.

With the latest virtualization plug-in update (12.1.0.7), Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c works seamlessly with Oracle VM Manager 3.3. You can now download the plug-in from OTN page (drill down "Option 1"):

Download12.1.0.7.0_oracle.sysman.vt
(38,843,237 bytes, cksum 3401906902)
Plug-in to enable Oracle VM virtualization management capabilities in Oracle Enterprise Manager. 25-Sep-14

Or you may use Self Update option from Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c to bring the plug-in up to date.


For more information, please review

  • Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c Virtualization Plugin for Cloud Control (Doc ID 1371536.1)
  • Oracle Enterprise Manager Cloud Administration Guide: Set Up Cloud for IaaS

Thursday Sep 25, 2014

SanDisk To Present Their Solutions at Oracle Linux and Oracle Virtualization with OpenStack Showcase

Fusion-io, now a SanDisk company, introduces support for Oracle VM

Fusion ioMemory has long history helping customers accelerate Oracle Linux environments. With its latest release of Virtual Storage Layer for Fusion ioMemory products, SanDisk now offers full support for Oracle VM expanding the ways that customers can take advantage of the combination of Oracle virtualization and Fusion ioMemory flash.  

The new Fusion ioMemory Atomic Series provides premium performance for server-side PCIe application acceleration. The Atomic Series delivers the industry’s highest capacity flash in a PCIe form factor with up to 6.4TB per card.  Improved error checking and correction technologies further add value for the most demanding enterprise customers. 

Server-side Fusion ioMemory accelerates database applications placing data closer to the CPU and system memory resources for outstanding performance results. .  This also allows customers to cache data on the server to accelerate application performance and dramatically reduces the load on Storage Area Networks (SANs).  This also eliminates the I/O bottlenecks associated with highly virtualized servers while scaling up VM performance and density to increase the number of VMs that can efficiently run on a server. 

Be sure to stop by the SanDisk kiosk (SLX-020) at the Oracle Linux and Virtualization Showcase and visit SanDisk booth #1429 at Oracle OpenWorld to learn more about how Fusion ioMemory and the full range of SanDisk Enterprise offering for Oracle applications.  SanDisk will also be hosting two Speaking Sessions:

  •  “Accelerate Revenue and Reduce TCO with SanDisk Shared Flash”, presented by Jody Kirk, Director Product Management.  Monday 9/29 at 2:30pm - 2:50pm, at Moscone South at the Scene and Be Heard Theatre (#313)
  •  “Eliminating Transaction Latency in MySQL”, Conference Session, presented by Nisha Talagala, Fellow.  Tuesday, 9/30 at 10:45am – 11:30am, at Moscone South #262.

Fortinet To Showcase Their Solution at Oracle Linux and Oracle Virtualization with OpenStack Showcase

Fortinet’s FortiGate is certified for Oracle VM 

As technology evolves, the complexity of securing our dynamic IT environment has changed, where the threats are no longer just access-based but now content-based. As such, there’s a requirement for intelligent software controlled security coupled with identity-based policy enforcement of all content. That’s where Fortinet comes in, with its network security appliances – appliances that provide an extensive array of functionality an organization needs to detect threat prevention within legitimate content, even from trusted sources and authorized applications. 

Fortigate has been certified to work with Oracle VM.  Drop by Fortigate’s kiosk at the Oracle Linux and Virtualization Showcase, with Oracle OpenStack at Oracle OpenWorld to learn more about Security solutions for your network.

Want to know how to implement security in an increasingly dynamic world? Be sure to join Fortinet’s leading technical security expert, Ken McAlpine, VP of Network Security Solutions at the Scene and Be Heard Theater (#313) for a 20 minute session.   

Scene & Be Heard Theatre sessionMonday, Sep 29, 3:00 - 3:20 p.m at Moscone South, booth #313
Oracle Linux and Virtualization Showcase with OpenStack located at Moscone South, booth #611
Fortinet Kiosk is located at SLX-015, the exhibition hall is open from September 29th to October 1st

SolidFire To Showcase Their Solution at Oracle Linux and Oracle Virtualization with OpenStack Showcase

SolidFire brings storage agility to Oracle Linux, Oracle VM customers and their next generation data center.

SolidFire is verified for Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux distribution. With Oracle OpenStack for Oracle Linux customers can confidently deploy SolidFire in their OpenStack infrastructure while taking advantage of the efficiency, performance, scalability and security of Oracle Linux and Oracle VM.

Leveraging SolidFire’s all-flash architecture, with volume-level Quality of Service (QoS) controls, customers now can guarantee storage performance to thousands of applications within a shared infrastructure. Coupling this functionality with in-line data reduction techniques and system-wide automation results in substantial capital and operating cost savings relative to traditional disk and basic all-flash storage systems.

Visit SolidFire at the Oracle Linux and Virtualization Showcase with Oracle OpenStack at Oracle OpenWorld and see how SolidFire can help you deliver flexible, scalable and predictable storage performance for your enterprise database workloads

Be sure to attend SolidFire’s 20 minute session at the Scene & Be Heard Theatre(#313), where SolidFire’s lead database architect,  Jeffrey Wright will share insights in how to “Run Database Applications in a Private Cloud with OpenStack and SolidFire”.

Scene & Be Heard Theatre session: Monday, Sep 29, 2:00 - 2:20 PM at Moscone South, booth #313
Oracle Linux and Virtualization Showcase with OpenStack located at Moscone South, booth #611
SolidFire Kiosk is located at SLX-014, exhibition is open from September 29th to October 1st, during exhibition hall hours

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