WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 2017

Posts Tagged ‘LXC’

Links – Week ending 8/9

If you are on 11i and are planning to upgrade to R12 then make sure you review the below links on the Consolidated Upgrade Patch 2 (CUP2). http://ow.ly/2yTvWl

Virtualization and Cloud Made Simple and Easy with Oracle’s Latest Engineered Systems – Webcast http://t.co/HFu9lzsbD8

Linux Container (LXC) Part 2: Working With Containers http://t.co/pDkVzHyYwk

e-book Engineered for Extreme Performance http://t.co/Yht6oLOQUA

Oracle Launches New Oracle Linux 6 Certifications; Oracle Linux 5 Exams To Retire http://t.co/rQNHGGrBG7

Oracle is Unveiling the Latest Engineered System for Enterprise Virtualization http://t.co/I46E2oi3dy

Ready for detailed info on Oracle Multitenant ? Read this technical white paper http://t.co/VZso6WMRdH

The Case for Running Oracle Database 12c on Oracle Solaris http://t.co/0KEMnSocix

10 Things CIOs Should Know About The World’s First Cloud Database http://t.co/sm0KrQbMkj

Oracle VM Templates for Oracle Database http://t.co/nrO4OavkMi

Linux Containers (LXC)

At First Customer Ship of Solaris 10, a technology known as Non-Global Zones (NGZ) / Containers were introduced into the Sun Microsystems realm. Given Oracle Corporations acquisition of Sun Microsystems, they became the “parent” of this technology as it relates to Solaris.

The technology allowed one to configure a “jail-cell” type environment where the root file system of the NGZ was chrooted in a fashion that prevented it access to the root file system of the Global Zone. The Global Zone was created when Solaris was installed.

This Technology is now being addressed/added to Linux Operating Systems.