Thanks to all who continue to support Free and Open Source in Singapore!
This November we have a special meetup at Oracle. We are still finalizing the talks as Oracle really have a lot of Open Source Technologies to cover. From Infrastructure Automation to Operating Systems to Databases to Developer tools, Oracle has it all.
Session 1: Opensource & Oracle Linux (~ 30 mins)
Quick introduction to those are new to Oracle Linux, learn about its evolution and more.
Free to download, use, update and packed with innovations some users call it the best of CentOS-Redhat-Fedora.
Will showcase where users can leverage the freely available public resources.
Session 2: Oracle Linux Cloud Native Environment (OLCNE) (~ 1 hour)
Sharing on the evolving OLCNE toolsets available to help build a cloud native infrastructure.
First-hand view of platform deployment services.
Insight into dual container runtime support with runC and Kata Containers (via CRI-O).
Oracle Linux - https://www.oracle.com/linux/
runC - a lightweight universal container runtime, is a command-line tool for spawning and running containers according to the Open Container Initiative (OCI) specification. https://runc.io
Kata Containers - an open source container runtime, building lightweight virtual machines that seamlessly plug into the containers ecosystem. https://katacontainers.io
CRI-O - An Open Source Container Runtime for Kubernetes. https://cri-o.io
Do come early for some networking over 🍕and🍻. We have experts around for you to ask your toughest questions.
Sign up only if you can attend on 28/Nov Thursday! Don't be kiasu and "chope" (reserve in advance) but don't come.👍🏼🖖🏼
Some photos will be taken at the talks. Let us know if you are camera shy.
Oracle is a supporting member of the Linux Foundation, Cloud Native Computing Foundation, Eclipse Foundation, and the Java Community Process. And Oracle employees contribute to efforts ranging from Java and Linux to Kubernetes and Fn in various GitHub organizations.
Oracle Corporation Singapore Pte Ltd
1 Fusionopolis Place, Level 12, Galaxis
If you have time read this:
Oracle and Open Source by Sean Hull, Andy Duncan