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OracleTechnology Network Sys Admin Day
– Oracle Solaris and Oracle Linux

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Join Us at the OTN Sys Admin Day – Oracle Solaris and Oracle Linux Join Us at the OTN Sys Admin Day – Oracle Solaris and Oracle Linux

OTN Sys Admin Days are like OTN's Developer Days, but we focus on the Sys Admin with two parallel, hands-on Oracle Solaris and Oracle Linux tracks. These are live classroom events and you'll need to bring your own laptop to follow the practical exercises that we will go through in a VirtualBox environment.

Tuesday, April 10, 2012
8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Oracle Santa Clara Agnews Campus Auditorium
4030 George Sellon Circle (Building 3)
Santa Clara, CA 95054

Oracle Solaris Track
  • Steps required to use ZFS, including taking snapshots, cloning data, managing your allocation limits, and recovering from errors.
  • Oracle Solaris virtualization technologies, learning how to isolate or consolidate the OS, the storage, or the network.
  • Oracle Solaris security - helping you walk through the steps to manage privileges, deal with rights and authorizations, and really understand how security is integrated with the Oracle Solaris Service Management Facility (SMF).
Oracle Linux Track
  • Overview of Ksplice, zero downtime kernel updates that enable customers to apply security updates, patches and critical bug fixes without rebooting.
  • Installing and configuring Oracle VM VirtualBox, importing the Oracle Linux virtual appliance
  • Package management on Oracle Linux using RPM and yum.
  • Linux services and run levels, how to start and stop them, checking the status of a particular service.
  • Preparing block devices, creating physical and logical volumes.
  • Introduction to the Btrfs file system.
Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center 11g
  • Learn about Oracle Server management and configuration control
  • Explore Oracle Solaris and Oracle Linux Management at the enterprise level
  • See the Enterprise Manager Application to Disk Value
Remote Development with Oracle Solaris Studio
  • Steps to setup an in-house development environment
  • Learn about remote development features that enable the creation server-applications from any Oracle Solaris, Linux, Microsoft Windows or Mac OS operating system
  • Remotely identify memory leaks using the new Code Analyzer
Finally, we'll spend the last hour listening to you. What are your most pressing problems? How can we help you do your job better? More easily? For less cost? Or with fewer mistakes?

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Agenda
8:00 a.m. Registration
System Shakedown (optional)
9:00 a.m. Keynote: Overview of Oracle Operating Systems
  Oracle Solaris Track Oracle Linux Track
9:30 a.m. Overview of Oracle Solaris Overview of Oracle Linux
10:00 a.m. Hands-On Lab: Oracle Solaris ZFS Hands-On Lab: Package Management and Configuration
11:30 a.m. Hands-On Lab: Virtualization Hands-On Lab: Storage Management
1:00 p.m. Lunch
2:00 p.m. Hands-On Lab: Oracle Solaris Security Hands-On Lab: BTRFS
3:00 p.m. Session: Oracle Enterprise Manager Ops Center
3:30 p.m. Session: Remote Development with Oracle Solaris Studio
4:00 p.m. Discussion: Most Pressing Sys Admin Issues
Wrap-up

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