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17 Jun 2010 Oracle Solaris Certification [23180]
Get Started with Oracle Solaris Learning Paths

Updated Oracle Solaris learning paths are now available on the Oracle University site. The company states that these updates are aimed at continuing to align to principal system administration roles, culminating in an Oracle Solaris Certification to help administrators validate their proficiency.
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14 Jun 2010 "Solaris 10 System Administration Essentials" [23218]
Details Solaris System for Basic System Administration

The "Solaris 10 System Administration Essentials" covers just that - the essential features of the Oracle Solaris 10 OS. Key topics include installing, booting, and shutting down a system; managing packages and patches (software updates); controlling system processes; managing disks and devices; managing users; configuring networks; and using printing services.
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10 Jun 2010 Cloning a VMware Guest on a ZFS NFS Share [23177]
Basic Steps in Creating the Setup

Working with the ZFS file system and NFS share, computer consultant James D from the UNIX Admin Corner blog describes how to create a base image to use for Windows on a ESXi box to avoid having to wait for a Windows install.
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25 May 2010 "Configuring Oracle Solaris ZFS for an Oracle Database" [23146]
How to Take Advantage of ZFS on Oracle Relational Databases

The Oracle white paper "Configuring Oracle Solaris ZFS for an Oracle Database" is publicized as a guide on how to economically deploy these two solutions to maximize data integrity and performance. It begins with a brief planning section, followed by step-by-step instructions for configuring and maintaining Oracle Solaris ZFS file systems for an Oracle database.
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17 May 2010 "Deploying Web 2.0 Applications on Oracle Servers and the OpenSolaris Operating System" [23132]
Demo Uses Olio Toolkit to Simulate Workloads

Oracle created Olio as a solution to provide a realistic workload for the assessment the performance and scalability of Web 2.0 technologies in response to the demands placed on the web by the phenomenal growth in social networking users. The Oracle white paper "Deploying Web 2.0 Applications on Oracle Servers and the OpenSolaris Operating System" by Shanti Subramanyam, Richard Smith, Paul van den Bogaard, and Adam Zhang describes a reasonably sized, scalable Web 2.0 deployment that was validated and tuned with Olio, resulting in several best practices for deployment.
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