Oracle Enterprise Manager 13.3

For a while people have been asking me, what’s going on with OEM? All your talking about these days is Oracle Management Cloud and it’s machine learning abilities. Even at conferences and client sites, I am being asked at every Continue reading Oracle Enterprise Manager 13.3

Installing an OS on an Oracle X7 Server

I often get asked why Oracle doesn’t include CDROM drives or old school VGA and PS2 ports on servers anymore. After all “Isn’t a CD and keyboard needed to install an OS?”. My answer to this, is unlike most commodity Continue reading Installing an OS on an Oracle X7 Server

Migrating your Linux Distro from RHEL to Oracle!

At #C18LV I had many people asking about my old VTN session, where I walked people through how to go from RHEL to Oracle Linux with only a few reboots, and all with keeping all the existing applications running. They Continue reading Migrating your Linux Distro from RHEL to Oracle!

Oracle Management Cloud: Data Explorer

One of the abilities you get with the Oracle management Cloud, is the ability to explore all of the data points across all of the offerings.  This allows you to use the data from multiple sources to not only analysis Continue reading Oracle Management Cloud: Data Explorer

OMC Infrastructure Monitoring– Linux Entities

If you have not heard, Oracle recently released some new management technology that lets you monitor resources about anywhere they are installed… on-premises, Amazon Cloud, Oracle Cloud… even systems in your basement lab! In this entry of the series I Continue reading OMC Infrastructure Monitoring– Linux Entities

Oracle Management Cloud – Cloud Agent Install

If you are not familiar with the Oracle Management Cloud technology, please take a look at my summary here: HOW DO YOU MANAGE YOUR CLOUD? STRATEGIES FOR MULTI-VENDOR PUBLIC, PRIVATE & HYBRID CLOUD MANAGEMENT This BLOG will go over how Continue reading Oracle Management Cloud – Cloud Agent Install

How much bandwidth is my Linux system using, and other network info.

Recently I was building a new Oracle Linux yum repository for a project, and had to kick off a uln-yum-mirror. This process is the key to making a local copy of an Oracle yum repository, enabling local hosts to use Continue reading How much bandwidth is my Linux system using, and other network info.

vboxadd.sh: failed: Please check that you have gcc, make, the header files for your Linux kernel and possibly perl installed..

  First, if you don’t already use Virtualbox for your local sandbox/development environment, you really should take a look at this very powerful notebook/desktop hypervisor. Not only is it free, but when you install the extensions into your guest VMs Continue reading vboxadd.sh: failed: Please check that you have gcc, make, the header files for your Linux kernel and possibly perl installed..