What You See Is What You Get Element Hands-On Labs for Oracle Solaris
Use these hands-on labs to evaluate and become familiar with the operation of several Oracle Solaris technologies.
Build your own cloud environment with Oracle Solaris 11 RAD + REST In this lab, you will learn how to use RAD to build a simplest IaaS environment, the most common actions like query, request, boot and modify virtual machines are simulated in the lab. Oracle Solaris Zones is the default virtualization technology on Oracle Solaris, you will learn how to use JAVA client to list zones, show zones’ properties, and create zones, also you will learn how to control and modify zones by RESTful interface.
Uncover JDK 8 Secrets Using DTrace on Oracle Solaris 11 This article will help to learn how to use the DTrace to find out how a Java Virtual Machine (JVM) implements its new features, including Streams Pipeline, Stream Parallelism, Lambda Lazy Evaluation, and Recursion Optimizing on Oracle Solaris 11.
Setting Up Secure Multitenancy and Comprehensive Data Protection for Oracle Database 12c on Oracle Solaris 11 This article describes how to set up a secure multitenant Oracle Database 12c environment with secure isolation and comprehensive data protection from the ground up using Oracle Solaris 11 security capabilities. It also provides information about how the Transparent Data Encryption feature of Oracle Advanced Security can leverage the Oracle Solaris Cryptographic Framework to deliver high-performance security on Oracle SuperCluster engineered systems and on Oracle servers based on Oracle's SPARC T4 or SPARC T5 processors
Install Oracle Solaris on Oracle VM VirtualBox This lab is a prerequisite to the upcoming labs. It installs an Oracle Solaris 11 virtual machine for Oracle VM VirtualBox on your system. Instructions and prerequisites are provided for Windows, MacOS, Solaris, and Linux.
Protecting Your Applications with Oracle Solaris Security How to use role-based access controls (RBAC) and assign privileges to both users and processes. Also, how to use the Service Management Facility to give non-privilege aware processes the correct level of privileges. Great background material, too!
Combining Virtual OS, Network and Storage in Oracle Solaris 11 How to create, configure, and install an Oracle Solaris zone in its own ZFS file system, and assign it a virtual network interface. An interesting lab that shows you how to combine multiple virtualization features of Oracle Solaris with real-world benefits.