Maximize the Value, Minimize the Effort
Are you among the people migrating workloads from IBM AIX to Oracle Solaris 11? Even if you have not yet begun this migration, you will benefit from the knowledge contained in these resources:
- an online comparison of features
- the IBM AIX to Oracle Solaris (more...)
Curious about Oracle Solaris, Oracle Linux or Oracle VM?
Or are you beyond curious, and in need of hands-on experience?
Oracle is proud to host "Virtual Sysadmin Day!" During this event,
you will learn how to build a secure, multi-level application deployed using virtualization capabilities of Oracle Solaris 11, (more...)
Boot Environments for Solaris 10 Branded Zones
Until recently, Solaris 10 Branded Zones on Solaris 11 suffered one notable regression:
Live Upgrade did not work. The individual packaging and patching tools work correctly, but the ability to upgrade Solaris while the production workload continued running did not exist. A recent (more...)
Quick! It's not too late - you can still register for today's webcast announcement of the new Oracle SuperCluster T5-8.
Many people have asked whether Oracle Solaris 11
uses sparse-root zones or whole-root zones. I think the best answer is "both and neither, and more" - but that's a wee bit confusing.
This blog entry attempts to explain that answer.
First a recap: Solaris 10 introduced the Solaris Zones feature (more...)
In case you missed yesterday's
Oracle's new SPARC server line
, based on the
SPARC T5 and M5 processors, here is a brief summary - and the obligatory links to details...
The new SPARC T5 chip uses the "S3" core which has been in the SPARC T4 generation (more...)
On Tuesday, Oracle will announce new SPARC servers with the world's fastest
microprocessor. Considering that the current SPARC processors
already have performance comparable with the newest from competing architectures,
the performance of these new processors should
give you the best real-world performance for your enterprise workloads.
You can register to (more...)