The Oracle Exadata Database Machine gives sysadmins three monitoring technologies and two monitoring tools for its storage servers. Brian Bream explains how they work, and how you can use them to monitor metrics, thresholds, and alerts (incidents), how to check the availability of your storage servers, and how to compare metrics for multiple storage servers.
In-depth IPS repository and packages, boot environments, ZFS frameworks and shadowing. Implementing zones, creating SMF services, reviewing SMF operations, and Automated Installer. Role-based access control (RBAC) and least privileges, resource manager, and performance tuning. By Oracle ACE Alexandre Borges.
|Edward Whalen - USA - Oracle Linux, database, performance|
|Alexandre Borges - Brazil -
Oracle Solaris, Oracle Linux, security, author & columnist for Linux Magazine Brazil.
|Bjoern Rost - Germany -
Solaris, virtualization, servers, storage + database and RAC.
|Suk Kim - South Korea -
Solaris tuning, security, forensics, virtualization, cloud.
|Diego Aguirre - Argentina -Oracle Solaris|