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The Oracle Cloud Cookbook

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The Oracle Cloud Cookbook is an on-line resource to assist our customers, prospects and partners to plan, design, deploy and support internal and external Oracle clouds using Oracle VM for x86 managed by Oracle VM Manager, Oracle Enterprise Manager and Open Source solutions. This book assumes that the reader has an architectural understanding of cloud computing, Oracle technologies, storage and network systems, and related software.

 The Oracle Cloud Cookbook intends to articulate the design considerations and validation efforts required to design, install, deploy and support Oracle VM for x86 with Oracle Linux, Solaris x86, JRockit Virtual Edition, and Microsoft virtual machines hosting Oracle Database, Oracle Fusion Middleware technologies and Oracle Applications managed by Oracle VM Manager, Oracle Enterprise Manager and Open Source solutions in internal and/or external clouds.
 
About the Author

Roddy Rodstein is an avid technologist, entrepreneur and author with a long history with virtualization technologies and cloud computing. After ten years supporting virtualization, cloud computing and application delivery technologies at Citrix and Oracle, Roddy established Mokum Solutions, Inc.. Mokum Solutions, Inc. is a consultant and integrator of Oracle technologies in private and public clouds. Earlier in his career Roddy successfully established, owned, and operated a consulting business that specialized in server and desktop virtualization solutions.
 
Roddy’s professional achievements also extend to blogging, writing and self-publishing industry reference guides currently available on Amazon, Securing Microsoft Terminal Services (ISBN: 061514330X), Citrix CCA MetaFrame 1.8 for Windows Exam Cram (ISBN: 1576109453) and web publications like The Underground Oracle VM Manual as well as the development and ongoing management of the number one independent Oracle social media website, ITNewsCast.com.
 
Table 1 shows the Oracle cloud stack that will be covered in the Oracle Cloud Cookbook.
 
Software as a Service SaaS
Oracle Applications
Oracle Enterprise Manager

Oracle VM Manager


Open Source Solutions
Platform as a Service
PaaS
Oracle Fusion Middleware
Oracle Database
Virtual Machines
Infrastructure as a Service IaaS
Oracle VM for x86
x86 64 Servers
Storage

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Roddy Rodstein Roddy is one of the most respected Oracle Cloud experts in the Oracle community, having designed, architected, and managed many of the worlds largest and most complex public, private and hybrid Oracle Clouds. Mr. Rodstein spent six years at Citrix and three years at Oracle supporting virtualization, cloud computing and application delivery solutions for Global 100, Fortune 500, and SMB customers. Prior to joining Citrix and Oracle, Mr. Rodstein established, owned, and operated a consulting business that specialized in virtualization and application delivery.Roddy joined Oracle' Virtualization and Linux team from its inception in 2008. In March 2011, Roddy established Mokum Solutions, Inc.. "While at Oracle, there was not a single Oracle Partner in North America able to design, deploy and support public, private and hybrid Oracle VM Clouds. In fact, that was my inspiration to establish Mokum." Mr. Rodstein's professional achievements also extend to blogging, writing and self-publishing industry reference guides: The Underground Oracle VM Manual, The Oracle Cloud Cookbook as well as the development and ongoing management of the only independent Oracle social media website, ITNewsCast.com.
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