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Oracle Linux and Virtualization Newsletter February 2020
Oracle Linux KVM
Webcast: Top 5 reasons to build virtualization infrastructure using Oracle Linux KVM
The choice of Linux and Virtualization can make a big impact on your infrastructure, on premise and in the cloud. Join this webcast to learn about the top 5 reasons to build your virtualization infrastructure using Oracle Linux KVM. Register now
Securing classified access with Oracle VM VirtualBox
Securing classified access with Oracle VM VirtualBox
Learn how Secunet grew their market share 70% by creating a new virtualized workstation that embeds Oracle VM VirtualBox, enabling customers to securely access highly classified information in new ways. Watch now.
Oracle VM VirtualBox
Accelerate Your DevOps Processes with Oracle VM VirtualBox
Watch this short video to learn about Oracle VM VirtualBox which is an open source high performance virtualization software that makes it quick and easy to operate multi-platform test environments on a single machine, secure VMs, and easily deploy them to any cloud. Watch now.
KubeCon + CloudNativeCon
Visit us at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Amsterdam 
Oracle is a platinum sponsor of the conference in Amsterdam March 30 - April 2. Come visit our booths and discuss the latest with our experts on Kubernetes, Kata containers, Gluster and more, which are included in Oracle Linux support. Read more.
UEK Release 6 Developer Preview
Based on upstream Linux kernel 5.4, Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel 6 preview is available with Oracle Linux 7 and Oracle Linux 8 on both x86_64 and aarch64 platforms. Get the details.

Oracle Linux 7 Update 8 Beta
This beta release includes bug fixes, security fixes and enhancements. It is fully binary compatible with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Update 8 Beta. Find out more.

Oracle Linux 7 Template for Oracle Linux KVM
The new Oracle Linux 7 Template for Oracle Linux KVM and Oracle Linux Virtualization Manager supplies powerful automation. It is built on cloud-init, the same technology used today on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Get the details.

Oracle Linux Virtualization Manager with Oracle Enterprise Manager
Enterprise Manager 13c version 13.4 supports Oracle Linux Virtualization Manager. This support is for registration and monitoring of multiple Oracle Linux Virtualization Managers. Learn more.

Oracle VM VirtualBox latest release
Oracle VM VirtualBox 6.1.2 release is available now and includes improvements and regression fixes. Get the details.

Oracle VM latest release
Oracle VM release 3.4.6.2 is available now and offers an updated Oracle VM Manager with security updates and cumulative bug fixes. Find out more.

Linux kernel developments
Learn about the features and developments of note in the Linux kernel since 5.0. Read now.

Kata Containers: What, When and How
Included with Oracle Linux Cloud Native Environment, Kata containers offer a more secure container runtime with lightweight virtual machines. This article briefly covers the What, When and How of Kata Containers. Read more.
Video: Kata containers and security
Video: Kata containers and security 
Watch this short video to learn about the differences between Kata Containers and other types of containers such as Docker and containerd, and the best use cases for each. Kata container support is included with Oracle Linux Premier support. Watch now.
Video: Simple and secure virtualization for your data center
Video: Simple and secure virtualization for your data center
Learn how you can easily download and setup your virtualization environment using open source KVM and oVirt included with Oracle Linux. And learn about the additional values they offer, such as: increased security, simplified operations, and easy migration to cloud. Watch now.
Oracle Linux Cloud Native Environment
Hands-On Lab: Using Gluster with Oracle Linux Cloud Native Environment
This 30-minute tutorial shows you how to configure Oracle Linux and use the Kubernetes Glusterfs plugin and Heketi to dynamically provision Gluster volumes for use as Kubernetes PersistentVolumes and automatically destroy them when the PersistentVolumeClaims are deleted. Read now.
Oracle Linux Disk Encryption
Hands-On Lab: Oracle Linux Disk Encryption Using Network Based Key Services
This 20-minute tutorial shows you how to configure an Oracle Linux system with disk encryption that's dependent on a network based key service. You will see how to create an encrypted XFS filesystem that's automatically unlocked at boot when on the same network as the key server. Read now.
Featured Training:

Oracle Linux Cloud Native Environment Training site contains videos to facilitate your usage of the technologies, software and tools used by Oracle to develop microservices-based applications that can be deployed in environments that support open standards and specifications. It includes short videos on technologies such as Kubernetes, Kata Containers, Helm, Istio, and Prometheus. Learn more.

Partner Highlight:

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