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09 Jul 2017 Top Ten Articles for last few Issues [64673]
Vol 232 Issues 1, 2, 3 and 4; Vol 231 Issues 2, 3, 4 and 5

We track how frequently each article is viewed on the web site to determine which the readers consider the most important. For last week, the top 10 articles were:

  • Chip Hall of Fame: Sun Microsystems SPARC Processor
  • State University of New York Selects Oracle Cloud at Customer to Modernize the Learning Experience for Students and Staff
  • Announcing the release of Docker 17.03 CE
  • Oracle Named a Leader in the 2017 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Access Management, Worldwide
  • Bank of America Selects Oracle Cloud for ERP and Financials
  • 'Petya' Didn't Know *This* About Third-Party Software Maintenance Firms
  • Oracle ERP Cloud Named a Leader in 2017 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Cloud Core Financial Management Suites
  • Hurd Says Oracle's AI Strategy Is Business-Focused
  • Three Ways To Energize Your DBA Career In The Cloud
  • Italian Consumer Electronics Retailer Unieuro SpA Drives Efficiency Through Supply Chain

The longer version of this article has list of top ten articles for the last 8 weeks.
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22 Jun 2017 Training Thursdays: Many Ways to Optimize Use of Oracle Linux [64509]
By Antoinette Osullivan

Antoinette blogs, "Learn about some of the many ways you can optimize Oracle Linux by taking the Oracle Linux advanced administration training. In this training you will learn about topics including a range of virtualization technologies available and about tracing with DTrace.

This training is available in different formats to match your training needs..."
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06 Mar 2017 MONDAY SPOTLIGHT : Oracle Linux and DTrace [61396]
By Jeff Savit, March 7th, 2017

Jeff blogs, "DTrace is a dynamic tracing facility for performance analysis and troubleshooting that lets system administrators and developers examine running systems, including system calls and kernel actions. DTrace enables you to explore your system to understand how it works, track down performance problems, or locate the cause of errors. DTrace lets you create custom programs or quick "one liners" to dynamically instrument the system and provide immediate answers to arbitrary questions you can formulate using the DTrace D programming language.

DTrace is intended for production systems, and can be used to troubleshoot performance problems and errors by gathering and aggregating information about system behavior..."
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22 Feb 2017 Learn How to Diagnose System & Application Problems! Take Oracle Solaris 11 Dynamic Tracing Training [60969]
By Diana.H. Gray, February 22nd, 2017

Diana blogs, "Oracle Solaris has a built in dynamic tracing resource known as DTrace.

For advanced system administrators, DTrace gives you an opportunity to:

  • Probe into the operating system
  • Identify performance issues
  • Determine unusual behavior in the software layers

DTrace is ideal for diagnosing system and application problems.

Taking Oracle Solaris 11 Dynamic Tracing (DTrace) training introduces you to Dynamic Tracing so you can learn how to use DTrace Toolkit Scripts and apply best practices.

Expert Oracle University instructors will guide you through interactive instruction and hands-on exercises..."
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18 Dec 2016 At Long Last, Linux Gets Dynamic Tracing [58884]
The New Stack, December 9th, 2016

"When the Linux kernel version 4.9 will be released next week, it will come with the last pieces needed to offer to some long-awaited dynamic thread-tracing capabilities," reports Joab Jackson in The New Stack.

"As the keepers of monitoring and debugging software start using these new kernel calls, some of which have been added to the Linux kernel over the last two years, they will be able to offer much more nuanced, and easier to deploy, system performance tools, noted Brendan Gregg, a Netflix performance systems engineer and author of DTrace Tools, in a presentation at the USENIX LISA 2016 conference, taking place this week in Boston..."
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