Join this series of interactive sessions showing how Oracle Linux and Virtualization tools can be used to deploy new applications in more efficient and faster ways, build simple and secure virtualization environments, and move from costly proprietary software to open source solutions. Tux Tech Talks are intended to be technical, educational, and interactive; participate in these virtual events to learn more and interact with Oracle experts.
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Title: How to create a secure remote work environment
Duration: 36 mins
The post-pandemic reality for enterprise IT is now settling-in. Business executives need to give workers the ability and flexibility to work from any location. Remote work has gained permanent traction and has become the new norm.
Attend this Tux Tech Talk to -
Title: 5 ways to simplify your digital transformation
Duration: 42 mins
Without the right foundation many digital transformation (DX) projects keep growing in complexity and end up failing. What criteria are you using to ensure your technology investments actually help achieve your business goals?
Join our panel discussion to learn from an IDC analyst about their research and recommendations for implementing successful DX projects.
Title: How to Deploy Oracle Database in Minutes Using Templates
Duration: 43 mins
Do you want to simplify your Oracle database installation?
Watch this Tux Tech Talk session to learn how to deploy complex applications like Oracle Database 10x faster using Oracle Linux KVM.
Title: How to migrate from VMware vSphere to Oracle Linux KVM
Duration: 60 mins
Find out how to automate the migration from other proprietary hypervisor solutions to open source Oracle Linux KVM managed by Oracle Linux Virtualization Manager (OLVM).
Title: Five simple steps to switch from RHEL and CentOS to Oracle Linux
Duration: 30 mins
We regularly get asked by customers how to switch from CentOS to Oracle Linux, particularly for the business-critical workloads where enterprise support matters. Oracle Linux is 100% application binary compatible with RHEL, so a simple switch is all that is needed. Join this webinar to meet the experts as they show how to switch in five simple steps.
Title: Oracle Linux State of the Penguin Webcast
Duration: 42 mins
Please join Wim Coekaerts, Oracle Software Development SVP and Linux Foundation Vice Chairman, to learn what’s new with Oracle Linux, both on-premises and in the cloud. Attendees will learn about the latest product updates, roadmaps, community contributions, and developer-focused activities.
Title: Why is KVM winning over VMware vSphere?
Duration: 59 minutes
The choice of a virtualization platform determines your application stack performance, scalability, security and directly affects your overall cost. VMware has been a popular choice for virtualization, and offers the ESXi hypervisor and vSphere virtualization platform.
Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) is an open source option. KVM is part of Linux® and is gaining market share and becoming the standard for many cloud vendors.
Watch this video to learn about the advantages of KVM over VMware. Topics include:
Title: Automate and speedup your security patching with Ksplice on prem and in the cloud
Duration: 19 minutes
Ksplice allows system administrators to install critical patches with no downtime and increase the security and availability of their infrastructure
Learn how Ksplice can help:
Title: Improving Security of DevSecOps environments
Duration: 25 minutes
Watch this on-demand webcast to learn how Oracle's cloud native infrastructure can help your DevSecOps programs.
Title: Working remotely with business-critical applications, securely and rapidly
Duration: 18 minutes
Now more than ever, it is critical for businesses to enable their remote employees to continue working with critical applications securely and deliver uninterrupted business services to customers.
Enabling remote workers with full access to their work environment is key to maintaining their safety and productivity. Many applications can be accessed simply through the internet and a VPN connection.
But what about those business-critical restricted applications?