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18 Aug 2017 Friday Spotlight: Oracle VM Templates for Oracle Database 12c Release 2 [65699]
By: Honglin Su

Honglin Su blogs, "We are pleased to announce the release of Oracle VM Templates for Oracle Database 12c Release 2 (12.2.0.1) - Single Instance and Real Application Clusters.

The templates are designed to provide a fast and easy way of deploying Single Instance or Oracle RAC cluster in Oracle VM for test as well as production environments. The new Oracle VM Templates for Oracle Database are built with Oracle Linux 7..."
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17 Aug 2017 Training Thursdays: Online Training, an Ideal Choice for Oracle Linux [65703]
By: Antoinette Osullivan

Antoinette blogs, "You can take Oracle Linux training through Training-on-Demand. This training format is an ideal solution for busy professionals and individuals who are ready to start building their system administration skills.

Start training straight way, following classroom sessions taught by expert Oracle instructors through streaming video. Learn how to apply your knowledge through demos or scheduling access to a dedicated lab environment when suits your schedule..."
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16 Aug 2017 Oracle VM VirtualBox 5.2 Beta 2 [65700]
By: Simon Coter

Simon blogs, "Oracle is proud to announce Oracle VM VirtualBox 5.2 Beta 2.

This release includes following improvements and regression fixes for Oracle VM VirtualBox 5.2 Beta 1:

  • GUI: permanently save tools layout
  • GUI: don't allow to decrease the size of a medium as this is not implemented
  • Audio: fixed distortions when using the PulseAudio backend
  • Audio: fixed recording when using the ALSA backend
  • Linux Additions: support RHEL 7.4
  • Mac OS X hosts: fixed a GUI crash if Spotlight is used from file dialogs (5.1 regression)

A VirtualBox Beta release should be considered a bleeding-edge release meant for early evaluation and testing purposes..."
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14 Aug 2017 MONDAY SPOTLIGHT: Announcing Software Collections 2.4 [65705]
By: Avi Miller

Avi blogs, "We are pleased to announce the release of Software Collections 2.4 to the Unbreakable Linux Network and the Oracle Linux Yum Server.

Software collections are primarily intended for development environments which require access to the latest features of software components such as Perl, PHP, or Python. For these environments, you need to minimize the disruption of system processes that rely on the versions of these components. The Software Collections library allows you to install and use several versions of the same software on a system, simultaneously, and without disruption.

You use the software collection library utility (scl) to run the developer tools from the software collections that you have installed. The scl utility isolates the effects of running these tools from other versions of the same software utilities that you have installed..."
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13 Aug 2017 What's New in RHEL 7.4 [65440]
ITPro Windows, August 3th, 2017

Christine Hall writes in ITPro Windows, "These days when a new version of an operating system is released, there's usually not a lot of gee-whiz new whistles and bells to make the front office folks salivate -- especially if it's a point release. But there are still plenty of new features to make DevOps folks happy -- nuts and bolts stuff that makes everybody's life easier.

That's the case with the release earlier this week of Red Hat Enterprise Linux's latest and greatest, RHEL 7.4. It doesn't really do anything new and exciting enough to impress non-techie bosses, but it's loaded with new features that count where it matters..."
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