Identity and Access Management (IAM) lets you control who has access to your cloud resources, what type of access they have, and to which specific resources. Watch the video to understand how you can leverage a single model for authentication and authorization to securely control access and easily manage your IT resources across all Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services.
Instance Principals are a feature within Identity and Access Management (IAM). Once the required resources and policies are setup, an application running on an instance can call Oracle Cloud Infrastructure public services, removing the need to configure user credentials or a configuration file. With this feature you can authorize an instance to make API calls in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services. This video details the features and functions of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Instance Principals in IAM. You will also see an example demonstration where an instance runs a python script to read data from Object Storage.
A Virtual Cloud Network (VCN) is a customizable and private network in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. The VCN provides you with complete control over your network environment. The video covers the VCN setup, including creating subnets, route tables and configuring stateful firewalls. The quick demo in the end illustrates how you can create the compartment in your tenancy and a VCN within it.
With Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, you can provision highly available compute instances on bare metal servers without a hypervisor, ensuring full network isolation. You can leverage the same cloud-optimized hardware, firmware, software stack, and networking infrastructure for your virtual machine instances. Find out more about bare metal and virtual machine instances, and view a quick demo on how to launch an instance through the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure web console.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Block Volumes accelerate a broad range of high performance applications with your choice of high I/O block storage, and seamless data protection and recovery. Look out for the network-attached block volumes that deliver low latency and tens of thousands of IOPS per compute instance. The quick demo shows how easily block volumes can be provisioned.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Object Storage is an internet scale, highly durable and highly available storage service, ideal for storing unstructured data as objects. In this video, learn more about Oracle Object Storage functions and performance; how high durability and data integrity are ensured by replicating and healing data across multiple fault domains. A quick demo follows the functional overview.
Provisioning your cloud resources across multiple Availability Domains gives you a great foundation for ensuring high availability and disaster protection. Thus, managing Regions and Availability Domains becomes essential. This video helps you learn more about Regions and Availability Domains along with the steps to manage them in the console.
With the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Load Balancing, you can distribute traffic across multiple compute instances, thus increasing your application availability and responsiveness. The video depicts how you can manage your load balancer via API or web console to dynamically add and remove application nodes to the traffic flow.
Oracle provides enterprise customers with a one-stop shop for IaaS and PaaS by adding Oraclecloud.net’s best-in-class DNS solution to the Oracle cloud computing platform. This video details the features and functions of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure DNS. You will learn about the supported record types and the complete set of functions for zone management that the service offers right from the UI. Watch the video to learn more.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Audit is a web service that automatically records calls to public application programming interface (API) endpoints for your Oracle Cloud Infrastructure tenancy. The service creates audit log events for each of these calls that can be viewed, retrieved, stored, and analyzed.
Tagging is a powerful foundational service of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, it enables users to search, control access, and do bulk actions on a set of resources based on the tag. This video provides an overview of the tagging service, its features, a list of resources that can be tagged and tagging specifications.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Email Delivery is a highly scalable, cost-effective and reliable infrastructure service ensuring quality inbox delivery. Email Delivery is backed by industry leading experts in Email Deliverability, Authentication, Security, and Reputation Management.
Oracle FastConnect is a network connectivity alternative to using the public internet for connecting your network with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and other Oracle Cloud services. FastConnect provides an easy, elastic, and economical way to create a dedicated and private connection with higher bandwidth options, and a more reliable and consistent networking experience when compared to internet-based connections.
Container technology solves the problem of getting software to run reliably across various computing environments. In this video, you will see how the Terraform Kubernetes Installer provides a set of Terraform modules and sample base configuration to provision and configure a Virtual Cloud Network (VCN) and subnets, instances for the Kubernetes control plane to run on, and Load Balancers to front-end the etcd and Kubernetes master clusters in your tenancy on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
Ravello is a cloud service that enables enterprises to run their VMWare and KVM workloads "as-is" on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, without any modifications to their networks or storage. This video covers the features and benefits of Ravello that help at every stage of the application life cycle, from proof of concept to test, production, and training.
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