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10 Feb 2017 Friday Spotlight: DevOps and the Cloud [60519]
By Tony Kay, February 10th, 2017

Tony writes, "One of the biggest and most exciting trends we've been seeing amongst customers, and the industry as a whole, is the parallel rise of DevOps and Microservices for cloud development. Linux, virtualization and of course Docker have become the key foundational elements for these next generation Cloud Native application architectures, whether deployed on-premise or in the public cloud.

We've had some exciting announcements here too in the Virtualization and Linux teams with more to come. Most recently we've just launched the Oracle Container Registry where you can pull many of Oracle's software platforms including MySQL, Oracle Database 12c, Oracle WebLogic and of course Oracle Linux itself..."
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09 Feb 2017 How SUSE is becoming a key player in the IoT market [60504]
SUSE, February 9th, 2017

Swapnil Bhartiya writes in InfoWorld, "According to the most recent Gartner forecast, there will be more than 8.4 billion internet connected things in use worldwide in 2017, with total spending on endpoints and services rocketing to almost $2 trillion.

When we think of IoT we usually don't look beyond small, connected devices. But when I look at IoT, I see three core components:

  • The user facing devices (hardware)
  • Data centers running services for these devices
  • Software running on these devices

It should not come as a surprise that Linux is a dominant player in the latter two categories. Most data centers and cloud, irrespective of whether its public cloud or private cloud, run on Linux. Most IoT devices run some form of Linux based operating system..."
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09 Feb 2017 Training Thursdays: Oracle Linux, Same On the Cloud as On-Premise [60514]
By Antoinette O'Sullivan, February 9th, 2017

Antoinette writes, "With Oracle Linux, you can use the same operating system on-premise and in the cloud, avoiding complicated migrations and permitting hybrid environments.

Learn about what Oracle Linux 7 brings you by taking the Oracle Linux 7: What's New for Administrators course..."
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08 Feb 2017 Oracle Powers New Exadata SL6 with SPARC Linux [60524]
ServerWatch, February 8th, 2017

Sean Michael Kerner writes, "Oracle is doubling down on its SPARC silicon architecture, announcing a new SPARC-powered Exadata system on Feb 6. The Exadata SL6 is Oracle's first Exadata system that is not powered by Intel x86.

The new Exadata SL6 is similar in configuration to the x86-based Exadata X6-2 in that both systems are highly optimized for database workloads and both use Oracle Linux. The SL6 uses Oracle SPARC T7-2 chips, which are based on the SPARC M7 processor.Oracle Exadata SL6

The M7 design is a very dense chip, packing 32 cores and running with a clock speed of up to 4.1 GHz. The chip also has an embedded Data Analytics Accelerator (DAX) engine that accelerates analytics queries..."
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06 Feb 2017 Oracle Secure Global Desktop adds Oracle Linux 7 Support and Oracle VM Integration [60517]
By Honglin Su, February 6th, 2017

Honglin writes, "Oracle Secure Global Desktop (SGD) is the secure remote access solution for any cloud-hosted enterprise applications and desktops running on Microsoft Windows, Linux, Oracle Solaris and mainframe servers, from a wide range of popular client devices.

Recently, Oracle announced SGD 5.3 which introduces enhancements to complement your open cloud infrastructure, built on Oracle Linux and Oracle VM. Oracle Linux 7 is now a supported installation platform for the main SGD component and the SGD Gateway. The SGD Enhancement Module can now be installed on Oracle Linux 7 application servers..."
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