Oracle's Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel for Linux offers significant performance and scalability enhancements. As part of Oracle Exadata development efforts, Oracle Linux has been optimized for the most demanding enterprise servers and applications, including improvements in Infiniband and RDS technologies, leading to:
• 75 percent performance gain in OLTP performance tests over a Red Hat 5 Compatible Kernel
• 5x faster Infiniband messaging
• Improved scalability and reduced lock contention in networking, storage and IPC subsystems
If you have a high-demand workload environment and want to understand the benefits of the improvements in RDS and Infiniband, please join Director of Linux Kernel Engineering, Chris Mason as he discusses scalability and performance improvements in the Linux environment. They will also talk about tuning the software stack, tools used in determining bottlenecks and addressing them as well as overall performance improvements and benefits in Infiniband and RDS. You will walk away with a better understanding of why Linux is able to scale better on 8-socket systems.
Increasing complexity and growth in data centers have led to significant concerns about silent data corruption. Without an end-to-end protection technology, data corruption can go unnoticed until recovery is difficult and costly, or even impossible to perform. Database administrators face many challenges in developing and supporting applications that are often the lifeblood of their organization. One of the concerns is the integrity of data as it travels through the storage area network (SAN) between servers and storage arrays.
Please join Martin Petersen, lead Linux kernel developer at Oracle and Sergio Leunissen, Senior Director, Linux Product Management as they talk about the latest technology innovations that help eliminate silent data corruption in Linux environment. They will discuss the new features in Oracle's Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel for Linux that reduce the potential for incorrect data to be written to the disk, decreasing application and database errors and system down-time. Customers now have access to comprehensive data integrity capabilities across the entire Linux stack, allowing them to reduce costs while increasing efficiencies and uptime.
Customer demand and the latest hardware with increased memory and cores, are driving the need for getting latest Linux innovations from mainline kernel into a fully supported and certified Linux distribution, in a timely manner. Based on the stable 2.6.32 Linux kernel and including optimizations from collaboration between Oracle’s Linux, Database, Middleware, and Hardware engineering teams, Oracle's new Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel for Linux offers:
• More than 75 percent performance gain
• 200 percent speedup of Infiniband messaging
• 137 percent faster solid state disk access
• Improved power management and energy efficiency
• Enhanced data integrity
And what's even better is that Oracle Linux plus the new kernel is available for free download and use. You can get 24x7, global support through Oracle Unbreakable Linux Support program.
Join Oracle's Linux guru Wim Coekaerts, Senior VP, Linux and VM Engineering, and Monica Kumar, Senior Director, Product Marketing talk about key benefits of using Oracle Linux with Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel, and get answers to all your questions about Oracle and Linux.
Did you know that ARM processors becoming important for enterprise IT shops? After more than thirty years and more than 50 billion processors shipped, systems based on ARM processors are poised to take on enterprise datacenter workloads. Register for this webinar to learn why ARM is becoming important for the datacenter and how SUSE has become the leader in providing commercially supported Linux for ARM-based systems.Read more >
Learn how to securely configure host settings and Docker Engine.
Docker allows teams to increase the speed and scale that they can deliver software. As a result, adoption rates for docker are accelerating as more organizations are looking for ways to innovate faster.
As you move down the path to containers, it is important to note that an out-of-the box installation of just about any Linux distribution is capable of running the Docker daemon and Docker containers, but it will leave your host exposed to many security and performance concerns if not configured properly.
Join us for this webinar to learn how to:
- Configure host settings to harden and protect it from unauthorized access
- Install and configure a Docker Engine with minimal attack surface
- Ensure that the host has the necessary integration with existing enterprise systems like SIEM and enterprise directories
The next version of Microsoft SQL Server is coming to Linux and is already in preview. In this session, Travis Wright, Principal Program Manager from Microsoft, will provide an introduction to SQL Server and how it runs on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and container platforms. The scope of the first release on Linux and schedule will be covered and deployment, configuration, high availability, storage, and performance/scale will be topics for a more technical drill in.Read more >
In the past few months, we’ve seen several critical vulnerabilities with Dirty COW, the Kubernetes TLS client auth, and with the RunC exec bug. These kinds of vulnerabilities send operations people scrambling to secure their infrastructure, all the while worrying that the update may break some part of your application.
With automatic updates in Container Linux, their infrastructure was secured as soon as a patch was available - no hassle, no fuss.
In this webinar, please join Brandon Philips, CTO of CoreOS, for an in-depth look at how automatic updates and self-driving software are helping organizations:
Deliver a secure platform for containers,
Proactively address security vulnerabilities,
And reduce the technical debt often associated with a time and resource intense upgrade process.
CoreOS Linux is the first operating system specialized to run containers. One of the key philosophies behind CoreOS Linux is automatic updates. We believe this is key to securing infrastructure. Join Matthew Garrett, CoreOS principal security developer to learn more about the design philosophy and the security elements inside CoreOS Linux.Read more >
Get some excellent technical details on SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 in only 20 minutes!Read more >
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 提高了帮助组织加速创新、提升系统可靠性、满足严格安全要求和适应新技术的标准。
了解 2016 年 11 月 7 - 11 日举办的这场 SUSECON 盛会所展示的最新版 SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 SP2。
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 is raising the bar in helping organizations to accelerate innovation, enhance system reliability, meet tough security requirements and adapt to new technologies.
In this power packed session, learn about the latest SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 SP2 release showcased at SUSECON, Nov 7-11 2016 .
SUSE launched public Beta Program of SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 Service Pack 2 (SLES 12 SP2) earlier this year. Now we are approaching the end of the Beta Program. In this webinar, the SUSE product team will present the key features of Service Pack 2 and provide a sneak peak of what’s coming next.
In addition, the SUSE product team will be available for you to ask questions and discuss your experiences. Attend the webinar, to meet with the SUSE product team, share your experiences and hear from other beta participants.
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications 12 SP1 delivers one Linux solution for optimized performance, high availability and faster deployment with superior service supporting your SAP application landscapes.
You probably already know that it’s the leading platform for SAP solutions on Linux and the recommended and supported OS of choice for SAP HANA. What you may not know is that since the latest release in February, we’ve provided even more flexibility for deploying SAP applications on x86-64 and IBM Power Systems servers.
In this webinar, learn what’s new with SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications including the exciting new SUSE Connect Program, and hear a preview of plans for the upcoming Service Pack 2.
Originally restricted to making better use of physical servers, virtualization has grown to power anything and everything in the modern data center. Along with the technology came the luxury to simplify the provisioning of resources as they are needed.
In this webinar, we will explore how virtualization can be leveraged to quickly and cheaply create servers on-demand and avoid the lengthy delays associated with handling and cabling physical hardware.
Join Petros Koutoupis, Lead Linux Systems Developer for IBM Cloud Object Storage, for a technical deep-dive into Linux operating systems running on virtual machines.
With over 22 years of Linux experience, a decade of collaboration and 1,000+ shared customers with Microsoft – SUSE knows how to deliver success for enterprise IT whether it’s cloud-native or on-premise.
Learn how SUSE Linux Enterprise and SUSE Manager are able to deliver and support demanding, mission-critical, and enterprise IT workloads on Azure:
State of the art rollback and live-patching functionality to maintain high-availability
Managing multiple Linux distributions from a centralized console
Standardizing your approach to Linux security, and internal/external compliance
Priority Enterprise Linux support availability
SUSE Manager Management Pack also available for Microsoft Systems Center
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is our flagship product. This webinar will provide an overview of the product and our support services, along with an explanation of why SUSE is recommend and preferred by SAP.Read more >
The modern datacenter is now made more complex as private, public and hybrid clouds crossover to our existing heterogeneous environments. Navigating your workloads across this mix of technologies can be daunting. This session will address the challenges of Linux workload migrations and demonstrate how Double-Take Move can mitigate these challenges in this modern yet complex environment.Read more >
Despite open source software's long history - Linux just turned 25 - legal and risk questions about open source use still abound. Black Duck On-Demand Vice President & General Manager Phil Odence regularly fields open source-related questions as he speaks with tech executives and their counsel. Listen in as Phil goes through some of the most frequently asked questions and gets expert answers from Attorneys Karen Copenhaver and Mark Radcliffe. Both are well versed in the legal nuances of open source, and are able to turn their expertise into practical, actionable advice as they ably demonstrate in this webinar.Read more >
As a follow-up to the previous highly rated session, this session will deep dive into all the relevant features of enterprise development pertinent to an open source developer. It’s no surprise that one in three Virtual Machines in Azure run Linux. In fact, over 60% of the images provided by our application partners in Azure Marketplace are Linux-based and chances are you are running applications on top of Linux as well.
Which applications are a better fit for the cloud, and what are common use cases and patterns for them? How can Azure provide a first-class experience for your Linux-based applications?
Attend this webcast to discover:
How Docker, LAMP, Gluster, JBoss, Hadoop and MySQL enterprise-grade applications running on top of Linux can benefit from Azure.
How Azure offers you a hyper-scale, open and flexible cloud platform that adds value to your existing investments.
The powerful architectures made possible with Azure Resource Manager and more.
See how and why businesses everywhere are using SAP HANA on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and IBM Power Systems to improve productivity, reduce cost, and gain insight.
We’ll share a high value use case for SAP Business Warehouse on the IBM Power and SUSE Linux platform and the benefits that an early adopter is already realizing.
Analysts have been advising for many years that all businesses are becoming software businesses and one of the key software platforms that organisations invest in to support this is SAP's Enterprise Solutions. With this transformation, the availability of these mission-critical enterprise services increases every day.
During this webinar, you can learn how:
• SAP and SUSE have collaborated for 16 years to make Linux the preferred operating system upon which SAP applications run.
• SUSE can help you unleash the power of Open Source whilst providing the most performant and resilient platform available for your SAP applications
• Highly-Available SAP HANA, the core of SAP's next generation business suite S4/HANA, is ONLY available on SUSE Linux
One of SUSE’s Platinum Partners – Securelinx – who specialise in the deployment, configuration and support of Linux, are sponsoring this webinar.