UK Oracle User Group

UKOUG Solaris SIG Meeting

17th Sep 2014
18:00 - 21:00

Oracle City Office
One South Place

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Welcome to the Solaris SIG!


The Latest Developments in Solaris Zones Technology

This presentation will provide a brief history of Solaris zones since their introduction in Solaris 10.

The latest developments will be highlighted including the latest developments in Solaris11.2 with kernel zones.

Time permitting some demonstrations of zone creation, including kernel zones, will  be attempted.


About the speaker:

Terry Smith, Oracle

Terry is a pre-sales consultant providing pre-sales support for the SPARC processor based range of systems. Terry joined Oracle as part of the Sun acquisition and has been in the combined organization for over 20 years. He has a wide range of experience in SPARC hardware, starting with the E10K in 1995, was involved with the launch of the E15K in 2001 and the M-series launch in the UK in 2005. More recently he has gained experience of Chip-Multithreaded based systems and the virtualisation technologies used in them. Terry wrote the prototype for Dynamic Resource Management for  the Logical Domain software.


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Worried about your company budget? This SIG is free to attend, with food and networking at the end of the session.

If you have not attended a UKOUG event before, please fill out the registration form here.

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Further details and contact information

Jake Potter
Telephone: +44 (0)20 3393 2984

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