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OVM Reference Group online training - Part 5: Storage Networking, from storage to VMs

Where: Online training event
When: Thursday, June 02, 2016 04:00pm - 06:00pm

The AUSOUG Oracle Virtualisation Reference Group invites members interested in developing their OVM skills and knowledge to participate in AUSOUG’s Oracle Virtualisation Training Series.  This series is a no cost service for AUSOUG and APOUG members. This Webinar is Part 5.  Parts 1-4 notes and recorded webinars are available from http://www.ausoug.org.au/pages/page?x1=webinar-recording

The session, presented as a live online webinar on Thursday 2 June 2016, will cover SAN storage, the basic assembly, provisioning and access via fibre channel switches.

We will look at the provisioning of LDEVs or LUNs from a Hitachi VSP G1000 SAN and the mapping of these LDEVs to OVM servers.

The program will introduce participants to the basics of Host Groups and their setup, zoning of fibre channel switches and the presentation of SAN disk directly to Virtual Machines.

Martin will also explain a bug discovered in VirtualBox when it sits on Xeon servers.


The series comprises nine (9) training sessions that will introduce you to Oracle Virtualisation and progress through to the provisioning and management of production engineered highly available systems, capable of supporting “Database and Applications as a Service” environments.  The program over all includes 200 pages of training notes structured round hands on labs using Oracle Virtual Box or physical machines dedicated to this training.

Participants will need two computers to complete the course with 8Gb of memory in each at an absolute minimum.  Each session includes workshop activities, allowing participant to undertake specific management activities and to experience the interaction with the OVM manager and 12c Cloud Control, the core tools for administering OVM environments. You will need virtual box and ensure the OS on the desktop is Windows 64bit or Linux x86_64.

The sessions started with an overview of Oracle’s Virtualisation technologies, covering concepts and terminology. The subsequent sessions move through the core activities required to manage virtual server environments on a daily basis, to create and deploy new servers.  The program includes the deployment of Oracle Database templates and a complete 12c Cloud control environment used to manage the DBaaS services discussed in the program.

In the final sessions a RAC multimode database will be assembled to demonstrate the scalability of these services.

Date Time Session Presented
Thursday 2 Jun 2016
4.00pm (AEST)
2.00pm (WA & Sth Asia)
Part 5. Storage Networking, from storage to VMs
Online 

* Please visit the OVM web page for the full schedule of training session.  Each will be promoted separately.

Registration Information

To register for this training session please click on REGISTER ME FOR THE WEBINAR

Participants can use their computer's microphone and speakers (VoIP) or telephone toll-free:
Australia:   1 800 190 906
Hong Kong: 3071 3172
Malaysia:  1 800 81 6861
Singapore: 800 101 3001

Audio PIN: Shown after joining the webinar
Access Code: 476-352-202

Be sure of what you will need to complete the training course and make sure that you have them on-hand.

Please do not hesitate to contact conferencemanager@ausoug.org.au if you have any questions.


Presenter Details

Martin Power, Parish Crest

This OVM training program will be delivered by Martin Power from Parish Crest.   Martin is an Oracle ACE and President of AUSOUG.  He has worked with Oracle Database since 1982 (version 4.1.4) covering all releases across this period.

Martin has been recognised as a key service provider in the educational sector and an Australian leader in the early successful deployment of Oracle 10g and Rac. Oracle engaged Martin in 2005 and 2006 to speak on Oracle technology and implementation at international and national forums and conferences. Martin not only understands Oracle products, services and solutions (including eBusiness suite), but he is also technically very experienced in systems integration and the practical design and delivery of hardware and Oracle-based software system solutions.

Martin continues to serve as President of the Australian Oracle User Group (AUSOUG). He has represented this body in international and national events and in discussions with Oracle Corporation in the United States.

This AUSOUG Oracle Virtualisation Reference Group is proudly sponsored by:

Parish Crest Solutions

 


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