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30 Dec 2013 How to Control the Zone's Network Bandwidth on Solaris 11 [34210]
Blog by Lingeswaran R

Lingeswaran blogs, "Oracle has made a lot of changes in Solaris 11's network architecture compare to Solaris 10. Solaris 11's network virtualization and network resource control to the OS is absolutely brilliant. The biggest problem with Oracle Solaris 10 is that we have forced to use shared IP type for local zones , since exclusive IP type required a dedicated NIC's for each zone. In shared IP model, you can't be able to separate the network traffic of local zones.For an example if there is an issue with one local zone ,then you have to run snoop command from global zone to capture the network traffic. But in Solaris 11, you can able to run snoop command from local zone itself.

So you no need to capture the unnecessary traffic of global and other local zones..."
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10 Dec 2013 Oracle Sponsors OpenStack Foundation [34000]
Offers Customers Ability to Use OpenStack to Manage Oracle Cloud Products and Services

Oracle has become a Corporate Sponsor of the OpenStack® Foundation

Oracle is planning to integrate OpenStack cloud management components into Oracle Solaris,

Oracle Linux, Oracle VM, Oracle Virtual Compute Appliance, Oracle Infrastructure as a Service, Oracle's ZS3 Series, Axiom storage systems and StorageTek tape systems.

In addition, Oracle will also be working to achieve OpenStack compatibility with Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud, Oracle Compute Cloud Service and Oracle Storage Cloud Service.

This integration is intended to enable customers to use OpenStack to manage Oracle technology-based clouds, taking full advantage of the stability, efficiency, performance, scalability and security of these Oracle products.

Oracle Solaris and Oracle Linux provide industry-leading security, performance, scalability and observability for cloud-based deployments, allowing customers to run their most demanding enterprise applications in private or public clouds. Integration with OpenStack will allow customers to integrate Oracle Solaris Zones and Oracle VM environments with other OpenStack platforms.
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07 Dec 2013 Preventing Security Breaches Caused By Audio Devices [33911]
Dark Reading, November 26th, 2013

"For Internet-connected computers located inside high security zones where classified calls and meetings take place, using audio devices may cause a security breach if not properly protected," warns Belkin Business in Dark Reading.

"Such computers are often used with headphones, speakers, or microphones to enable conference calls. These Internet-connected computers can be compromised by hackers to remotely enable their microphones or headsets, using them to 'listen' in to surrounding environment..."
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26 Nov 2013 Preventing Security Breaches Caused By Audio Devices [33854]
Dark Reading, November 26th, 2013

"For Internet-connected computers located inside high security zones where classified calls and meetings take place, using audio devices may cause a security breach if not properly protected. Such computers are often used with headphones, speakers, or microphones to enable conference calls. These Internet-connected computers can be compromised by hackers to remotely enable their microphones or headsets, using them to 'listen' in to surrounding environment..."
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25 Nov 2013 Oracle Solaris 11 in the Cloud [33801]
Hands-On Labs of the System Admin and Developer Community of OTN

This lab demonstrates how Oracle Solaris can provide the best cloud environment by setting up a multilayer application environment, effectively creating a "cloud in a box."

  • Lab Introduction
  • Prerequisites
  • The Environment
  • Lab Outline
  • Lab Goals
  • Exercise 1: Configuring the System and Setting Up the Network
  • Exercise 2: Configuring the Storage Layer
  • Exercise 3: Configuring the Web Layer
  • Exercise 4: Configuring the Database Layer
  • Exercise 5: Configuring the WordPress Application
  • Exercise 6: Monitoring Zones
  • Exercise 7: Performing Resource Management
  • Exercise 8: Ensuring Availability
  • Exercise 9: Securing the Environment
  • Conclusion
  • For the Adventurous

Read on for details.
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