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The Oracle Solaris 11 Zones Administration training is an advanced course offering that builds on Oracle Solaris 11 system administration courses. Expert Oracle University instructors will help you develop the skills and knowledge required to administer Oracle Solaris Zones server virtualization technology.
The Oracle VM Server for SPARC: Installation and Configuration course teaches you to effectively implement the infrastructure for cloud computing using a SPARC-based virtualization strategy. Learn through classroom instruction and hands-on exercises, which reinforce new concepts.
The Oracle Linux yum server offers a free and convenient way to install the latest Oracle Linux packages.
Download virtual appliances and get detailed lab instructions for a selection of Oracle VM hands-on labs
This link provides you with news on the Oracle VM Server for SPARC product.
A blog about Oracle VM Server for SPARC, SPARC and Oracle Solaris topics in English and in French.
Read key details about using Oracle VM on SPARC or x86 in this blog written by Jeff Savit.
This paper describes how to implement an increasingly useful type of virtualization known as root domains.
The Oracle Linux 7: What's New for Administrators course explains the expanded possibilities Oracle Linux 7 brings system administrators. Explore new or modified tools, task flows, and options in installation, networking, management, storage and more.
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Learn to increase Oracle Database performance and improve user response time by deploying Oracle's Flash Accelerator hardware with Oracle's Database Smart Flash Cache feature
The Oracle Solaris Elastic Virtual Switch (EVS) feature enables you to manage virtual switches that are spread across multiple physical machines hosting several virtual machines (VMs). This demonstration illustrates the use of EVS to provide connectivity between the virtual machines connected to it from anywhere in the network.