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June 25 - 27 - Beijing, China
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Wednesday, June 27 • 15:10 - 15:50
Provide Zero Downtime for Your Critical Applications, Including Container Deployments - Honglin Su & Frank Zhang, Oracle (slides attached)

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As more customers adopt emerging technologies, like OpenStack, Docker, Kubernetes, and Blockchain, the ability to patch systems with critical security errata without downtime is crucial. 

Oracle Linux, engineered for open cloud, powers Oracle Cloud and tens of thousands of enterprise customers. Oracle Linux is the only Linux distribution that supports live, non-disruptive patching, both in the kernel space and in the user space. That means you can immediately apply security patches without impacting your production environment—and without rebooting. To date, more than one million patches have been delivered in this fashion through Ksplice. 

In this session you will learn
- How Ksplice delivers zero-downtime update for your core infrastructure
- How Oracle Linux provides a proven, secure, and reliable platform for the latest services offered by Oracle Cloud

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Honglin Su

Sr. Director of Product Management, Oracle, Oracle
Honglin Su leads the product management for Oracle Linux and Virtualization to help customers transform their traditional data centers to the cloud. He has spoken at numerous conferences, in particular at LinuxCon + ContainerCon + CloudOpen in Beijing 2018 and several times at Oracle... Read More →
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Frank Zhang

Principal Solution Architect, Oracle
Frank Zhang is an Oracle Principal Solution Architect. He has more than ten years of industry experience deploying open source products and solutions. He is specialized in the cloud infrastructure and datacenter automation. The solutions he built have successfully served the domestic... Read More →

Wednesday June 27, 2018 15:10 - 15:50