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07 Oct 2013 LIVE WEBCAST:Why Choose Oracle Linux for your Oracle DB 12c Deployments [33196]
Oct 30, 10am PT

Oracle invites you to the live webcast on Wed, October 30, 2013, 10am PT featuring Sumanta Chatterjee, Vice President, Database Engineering, and Monica Kumar, Senior Director Product Marketing of Oracle as speakers.

Oracle Database on Oracle Linux helps customers lower IT costs while delivering high quality of service. With Oracle Database 12c and Oracle Linux, customers benefit from the joint development and testing resulting in optimized features, better stability and higher performance to enable the next generation of enterprise applications.

In this webcast, Oracle experts will cover:

  • Advantages of choosing Oracle Linux for Oracle Database
  • Key optimizations and features such as Database Smart Flash Cache, data integrity, and Cgroups that make Oracle Linux the best performing and most reliable Linux for deploying Oracle Database
  • Tools to simplify and speed deployment of Oracle Database on Linux, including Oracle VM Templates, Oracle Validated Configurations, and pre-install RPM
  • Integrated database and operating system management with Oracle Enterprise Manager
  • Real-life customer examples

You will also have an opportunity to ask your questions and chat to the speakers and Oracle experts during this webcast.

Don't miss this informative session. Register now.
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03 Oct 2013 Oracle Introduces New x86 Servers [33099]
Sun Server X4-2 and Sun Server X4-2L

New Sun Server X4 Systems Offer Outstanding Performance and Reliability for Oracle Software

Designed for high performance, reliability and eco-responsibility, Oracle's new two-socket Sun Server X4 systems can deliver the versatility to address clustered computing and virtualization as well as the full spectrum of enterprise applications. With Oracle's new x86 servers, customers can increase application performance, reduce operating expenses and improve IT productivity running Oracle software on Oracle hardware.

Oracle announced new x86 servers, based on the latest Intel® Xeon® processors E5-2600 v2 product family.

Oracle's new Sun Server X4-2 and Sun Server X4-2L have set a SPECjEnterprise2010 world record for the best result achieved on a two-socket x86 server. Running Oracle WebLogic Server 12c and Oracle Database 12c on Oracle Linux, the Sun Server X4-2 delivered 11,259 EjOps.

Available now, Oracle's new Sun Server X4-2, Sun Server X4-2L and Sun Blade X4-2B systems are ideal for a broad range of mission-critical business workloads, such as database, middleware and enterprise business workloads in virtualized environments, as well as high-density, clustered computing in an enterprise cloud environment.
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25 Sep 2013 Why Big Data Management Will Drive the Future [32993]
Mark Hurd Keynote

After inviting the audience to participate in sending a personalized video message to ORACLE TEAM USA as they attempt to claim the America's Cup trophy for a second time, Oracle President Mark Hurd turned his focus to the new dynamics of both customer service and big data at the Monday morning kickoff keynote at Oracle OpenWorld 2013.

Noting that there are nearly nine billion personal devices such as smartphones and tablet PCs being used worldwide - and that number is predicted to grow to 50 billion by 2020 - Hurd's focus was on getting value out of big data. Oracle's range of products, including Oracle Exadata, Oracle Exalytics, Oracle NoSQL, Oracle Enterprise Manager, and the newly announced Oracle Database Backup Logging Recovery Appliance, is helping customers like Airbus, Thomson Reuters, Turkcell, UL, and the NYSE create a solid and extensible foundation for acquiring and making sense out of enormous volumes of data within hours rather than days or weeks.
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07 Aug 2013 Operational Considerations and Troubleshooting Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c [32187]
An Oracle White Paper

Oracle Enterprise Manager (EM) 12c has become a valuable component in monitoring and administrating an enterprise environment. The more critical the application, servers and services that are monitored and maintained via EM, the more critical the EM environment becomes. Therefore, EM must be as available as the most critical target it manages.

There are many areas that need to be discussed when talking about managing Enterprise Manager in a data center. Some of these are as follows:

  • Recommendations for staffing roles and responsibilities for EM administration
  • Understanding the components that make up an EM environment
  • Backing up and monitoring EM itself
  • Maintaining a healthy EM system
  • Patching the EM components
  • Troubleshooting and diagnosing guidelines

The Operational Considerations and Troubleshooting Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c whitepaper available on the Enterprise Manager Maximum Availability Architecture (MAA) site will help define administrator requirements and responsibilities. It provides guidance in setting up the proper monitoring and maintenance activities to keep Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c healthy and to ensure that EM stays highly available.
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05 Aug 2013 Linux Container (LXC) -- Part 2: Working With Containers [32185]
How to work with containers with practical examples

Lenz Grimmer writes, "Part 1 of this article series provided an overview about the Linux container technology. This second part intends to give you an impression on how to work with containers, by showing a few practical examples. These can be easily followed and reproduced on an up to date Oracle Linux 6 system. For the first steps, it is recommended to install Oracl Linux inside a virtual environment like Oracle VM VirtualBox. Oracle provides a pre-installed and pre-configured Oracle Linux 6 Virtualbox image for free download from the Oracle Technology Network (OTN).

The administration of Linux containers is performed on the command line; so far, there is no integration or support for this technology in applications like Oracle VM Manager or Oracle Enterprise Manager..."
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