Well, it's been five years since 1) Oracle acquired Sun, and 2) I last updated my home fileserver. At the behest of my manager, I wanted to write a little bit about the latest incarnation. Smaller, faster, with more storage and using less power. Of course. Moore's Law continues to be the Gift That Keeps on Giving.
It seems like you can't stop the good news at the moment, hopefully you've already seen the announcement about Oracle joining the Open Container Initiative, to follow that appetiser today we announced that we will be bringing Docker over to Oracle Solaris.
For me the last year or so has been fascinating as the other parts of the industry first discovered and then got really excited about OS virtualization and containers, something we've had (more...)
So one more successful annual conference of All India Oracle Users Group (AIOUG) happened on November 9th and 10th at Hyderabad, India.
Earlier I used to attend Oracle database sessions at AIOUG but this time AIOUG board had done a remarkable job by extending the coverage to Solaris topics. Obviously as (more...)
Earlier this month I was able to bought the book “Sun Performance and Tuning: Java and the Internet (2nd Edition)” for only 190pesos at some bookstore
Amazon sells it for 2400pesos..
It’s a pretty old book and was published around 1995-1996 but the content is still interesting. This led me to research more on the author and all of his work. Well hey! This guy is a recipient of the Michelson Award by Computer Measurement Group (CMG) I strongly suggest you subscribe to the monthly MeasureIT publication.. lots of good stuff on performance. The name of the mystery guy is (more...)