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26 Dec 2012
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Oracle Solaris Remote Lab (OSRL) Fact Sheet [29079]
Available to Oracle Partner Network Gold Member ISVs

Oracle Solaris Remote Lab allows ISVs who are Oracle Partner Network Gold members with a specialization in the Solaris knowledge zone and can apply for free access in OPN to test and qualify their applications in a self service Solaris cloud. Among the features the lab offers are:

  • Lifetime of project: 45 days (extensions granted on demand)
  • Up to 5 virtual machines in a private network
  • Virtual Machine technology: Solaris zones
  • Variety of resources per VM
  • Access technology: Secure Global Desktop, file up- and download
  • root access within VM
  • Several available VM templates (both processor architectures
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29 Nov 2012
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Oracle Solaris 11.1 Blog Post Roundup [28670]
Posts by Many Hands

The release of Oracle Solaris 11.1 has prompted numerous posts, some of which have been collected by Larry Wake, including such bloggers as Darren Moffat, Glynn Foster, Alan Coopersmith, Karoly Vegh, Tim Foster, Bart Smaalders, and Peter Dennis, whose contributions extend from "What's New in Solaris 11.1?" through "Solaris 11.1: Changes to included FOSS packages," to "IPS changes in Solaris 11.1, brought to you by the letter P."] Wake provides links to each of his selections and a link to Markus Weber's list of interesting posts about Oracle Solaris 11, as well as his own shortcut on searching for Solaris posts by tag.
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16 Nov 2012
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Three Webcasts on New Features in Oracle Solaris 11.1 [28487]
Covers News about Solaris Cluster 4.1 Innovations

Join Oracle executives Markus Flierl and Bill Nesheim for the first of three webcast sessions on all the new features to be found in Oracle Solaris 11.1. This session is entitled "Oracle Solaris 11 - Innovations for your data center." A second session features Ravi Thammaiah leading a technical discussion with Scott Michael and Edward Pilatowicz on "Oracle Solaris 11.1 Optimized for Oracle Database." Finally, Steve McKinty leads an in-depth technical discussion with Sekhar Lakkapragada on the latest innovations in Oracle Solaris Cluster entitled "Oracle Technical Session: Oracle Solaris Cluster 4.1." Participants can question the Oracle Solaris developers. Registration and log-in are required.
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12 Nov 2012
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How to Update to Oracle Solaris 11.1 Using the Image Packaging System [28402]
Procedures for Both the Solaris Release Repository and the Solaris Support Repository

Readers intending to update to Oracle Solaris 11.1 will find a useful resource in Peter Dennis's post on using the Image Packaging System for that operation. His how-to includes detailed instructions for using both the Oracle Solaris Release Repository and the Oracle Solaris Support Repository. As an additional feature of his post, Dennis includes a list of the bug fixes that have been addressed in SRU#12.4 but will not have been addressed in Oracle Solaris 11.1 until SRU#1.
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09 Nov 2012
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'Oracle Solaris 11 System Administration: The Complete Reference' [28398]
Co-author Harry Foxwell Discusses the New Title for SysAdmins

Harry Foxwell, co-author of "Oracle Solaris 11 System Administration: The Complete Reference" (the others are Michael Jang, Christine Tran and Alan Formy-Duval) discusses the book in a video announced in a post by Glynn Foster. The book itself leads readers to the ability to manage a highly scalable, cloud-based computing platform and deliver unmatched performance levels at every layer of the IT stack. The book also shows how to deploy Solaris from scratch and provides up-to-date details on installation options, device configuration, virtualization techniques, network security, file encryption, and Web services. NFS, Samba, and Apache are fully covered in this Oracle Press guide.
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08 Nov 2012
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Clustering Basics and Challenges: A Primer [28395]
Post on Clustering Installation Is Promised

Providing working definitions of clustering, cluster agents, quorums, voting, fencing, and split brain condition was the aim of Karoly Vegh in writing his blog post entitled "Clustering Basics and Challenges." His post includes discussion of the following aspects of clustering:

  • Cluster, HA, failover, switchover, scalability
  • Cluster architecture, interconnect, topologies
  • Cluster resource types, agents, resources, resource groups
  • Voting, Quorum, Split Brain Condition, Fencing, Amnesia

Vegh promises a future post on cluster installation.
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