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08 Jan 2015 Best Practices for Oracle Solaris Kernel Zones [40299]
by John Levon

"Oracle Solaris Kernel Zones, available as of Oracle Solaris 11.2, are the newest type of Oracle Solaris Zone. Kernel zones provide all the flexibility, scalability, and efficiency of Oracle Solaris Zones while adding the capability to have zones that have independent kernels. This capability is highly useful when you are trying to coordinate the updating of multiple zone environments that belong to different owners.

With kernel zones, the updates can be done at the level of an individual kernel zone at a time that is convenient for each owner. In addition, applications that have specific version requirements can run side by side on the same system and benefit from the high consolidation ratios that Oracle Solaris Zones provide.

This article discusses general best practices for deploying kernel zones..."
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02 Jan 2015 Use both LDoms and Solaris Zones combined [40125]
By Marcel Hofstetter

"On current SPARC Systems you can choose to use LDoms and/or Zones:

Using LDoms you are able to run independent Solaris Versions on the same SPARC Server. Dedicated Memory and CPUs makes LDom very efficient (Zero Overhead). LDoms can be live migrated to other SPARC Servers.

Solaris Zones are Application Environments running on a Solaris OS. Using Solaris Zones you run your Applications in different Versions and different configurations on the same Solaris OS..."
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30 Dec 2014 CloudSigma Public Cloud built on Oracle Solaris [40112]
Native Solaris-based Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) offering

Mike Mulkey writes, "On September 30, 2014 CloudSigma issued a press release announcing a native Oracle Solaris-based Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) offering for the enterprise. And following on that press release, Robert Jenkins, CEO of CloudSigma, demonstrated how CloudSigma is deploying instances of Oracle Solaris in their public cloud in two separate presentations at Oracle OpenWorld 2014:

- Oracle Solaris Strategy, Engineering Insights, and Roadmap [GEN7808] - Kernel Zones: Next-Generation Cloud Platform [CON7842]

This is a significant strategic move by CloudSigma, leveraging Oracle Solaris features to meet their business objective of building high availability cloud servers and cloud hosting in both Europe and the US, and demonstrates Oracle Solaris and SPARC traction and value in the public cloud space..."
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29 Dec 2014 Top 10 Systems Articles of 2014 [40120]
By Rick Ramsey

Ricky writes, "Glynn Foster was on fire in 2014. Not only did he create several hands-on labs for OTN's Virtual Tech Summit, but he wrote three of OTN's top 10 articles for the year. Thank you Glynn, and Thank You to all the other writers who did the hard work of filling OTN with excellent Systems content...."

  • How I Simplified Oracle Database 12c and 11g Installations on Oracle Linux 6
  • How to Configure the Linux Out-of-Memory Killer
  • How to Create a Local Unbreakable Linux Network Mirror
  • Taking Your First Steps with Oracle Solaris 11
  • How to Get Started Configuring Your Network in Oracle Solaris 11
  • Introducing the Basics of Service Management Facility (SMF) on Oracle Solaris 11
  • Mixing C and C++ Code in the Same Program
  • How to Update Oracle Solaris 11 Systems From Oracle Support Repositories
  • How to Get Started Creating Oracle Solaris Zones in Oracle Solaris 11
  • How to Use Oracle VM VirtualBox Templates

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30 Nov 2014 Oracle Solaris 11 - Beginners Guide [39497]
From UnixArena

Lingeswaran writes, "If you are working as a Sun Solaris system administrator, you know that how rapidly Solaris operating system is changing from version to version. There were a lot difference between Solaris 9 and Solaris 10. But people were able to grab the changes quickly in the past when it was transformed from Solaris 8/9 to Solaris 10. ZFS and Zones were not utilized potentially on Solaris 10 and this could be the reason why the system administrators couldn't find any difficulties. But now most of the people are asking that how and where to start for oracle Solaris 11..."
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