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19 May 2014 How to Set Up a Hadoop 2.2 Cluster From the Unified Archive [36518]
By Orgad Kimchi

Orgad writes, "Learn how to combine an Apache Hadoop 2.2 (YARN) cluster using Oracle Solaris Zones, the ZFS file system, and the new Unified Archive capabilities of Oracle Solaris 11.2 to set up a Hadoop cluster on a single system.

Also see how to configure manual or automatic failover, and how to use the Unified Archive to create a 'cloud in a box' and deploy bare-metal system..."
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05 May 2014 Solaris 11.2: Immutable Global Zone [36169]
Read-Only Root Non-Global Zones is marketed as Immutable Zones

Casper Dik writes, "This is blog is a bit more substantial; it requires some knowledge about Solaris Zones, Immutable Zones and Solaris administration in general. It is high-level; in future I'm hoping to get down to the nuts and bolts.

In Solaris 11 we added the Read-Only Root Non-Global Zones, marketed as Immutable Zones; this is a feature that makes a zone tamper-proof.

In an Immutable Zone is configured simply by setting the "file-mac-profile" to one of "strict" (not much writeable), "fixed-configuration" and "flexible-configuration" (configuration is writeable but binaries and such or not). This is all implemented in the kernel based on pathnames and depending on the context; the super-user in the global zone can still update the zone or even modify protected files as long as that is not done from within the zone..."
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05 May 2014 Solaris 11.2: Immutable Global Zone [36169]
Read-Only Root Non-Global Zones is marketed as Immutable Zones

Casper Dik writes, "This is blog is a bit more substantial; it requires some knowledge about Solaris Zones, Immutable Zones and Solaris administration in general. It is high-level; in future I'm hoping to get down to the nuts and bolts.

In Solaris 11 we added the Read-Only Root Non-Global Zones, marketed as Immutable Zones; this is a feature that makes a zone tamper-proof.

In an Immutable Zone is configured simply by setting the "file-mac-profile" to one of "strict" (not much writeable), "fixed-configuration" and "flexible-configuration" (configuration is writeable but binaries and such or not). This is all implemented in the kernel based on pathnames and depending on the context; the super-user in the global zone can still update the zone or even modify protected files as long as that is not done from within the zone..."
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05 May 2014 Solaris 11.2: Immutable Global Zone [36169]
Read-Only Root Non-Global Zones is marketed as Immutable Zones

Casper Dik writes, "This is blog is a bit more substantial; it requires some knowledge about Solaris Zones, Immutable Zones and Solaris administration in general. It is high-level; in future I'm hoping to get down to the nuts and bolts.

In Solaris 11 we added the Read-Only Root Non-Global Zones, marketed as Immutable Zones; this is a feature that makes a zone tamper-proof.

In an Immutable Zone is configured simply by setting the "file-mac-profile" to one of "strict" (not much writeable), "fixed-configuration" and "flexible-configuration" (configuration is writeable but binaries and such or not). This is all implemented in the kernel based on pathnames and depending on the context; the super-user in the global zone can still update the zone or even modify protected files as long as that is not done from within the zone..."
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29 Apr 2014 Oracle Introduces Oracle Solaris 11.2 [36159]
Engineered for Cloud

Oracle introduced Oracle Solaris 11.2, a modern cloud platform that melds efficient virtualization, application-driven software-defined networking (SDN) technology and a full OpenStack distribution.

This powerful combination of an enterprise-class operating system and other components creates a highly efficient, compliant, secure, open and affordable software platform for cloud computing.

With deep integration among Oracle Database, Java and Oracle Applications, businesses can use Oracle Solaris 11.2 to deliver the most reliable, high-performance, efficient and secure IT services and accelerate time-to-market for new deployments. Oracle Solaris is an important component of Oracle's Systems business.

Oracle Solaris 11.2 is a complete, integrated and open platform engineered for large-scale enterprise cloud environments. It combines OpenStack, SDN technology, clustering, and virtualization with a proven enterprise-class OS, all in a single product.
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