This video is an introduction to Identity and Access Management (IAM) on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Watch this video to learn more about configuring Identity and Access Management (IAM) for your resources on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure allows users to utilize Reserved Public IP addresses. A Reserved Public IP address is persistent and exists beyond the lifetime of the instance it is assigned to. It can be easily unassigned and then reassigned to another instance. Watch the video to learn more about Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Reserved Public IP addresses.
Manage the growth of your software projects easily with Jenkins hosted on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure that centralizes your build automation and scales your deployment as the needs of your software projects grow.
Redis is an open source (BSD licensed), in-memory data structure store, with optional durability which acts as key-value database where values can contain complex data types. This video describes how you can scale Redis, which is especially useful for easing the pressure on a single instance as the traffic volume increases while providing high availability.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Storage Gateway cloud sync utility is an easy to use synchronization and replication utility that helps move files off local NAS into the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Storage Gateway. Use cloud sync to transfer and synchronize data —seamlessly and securely —between on-premises and cloud storage.
Memcached is a widely adopted in-memory cache that will allow you to get the most out of your website. This video demonstrates the different scenarios for deployment of Memcached Clusters on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure using Terraform.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure provides unique advantages when compared to Oracle database deployments on AWS. This video demonstrates the steps to migrate Amazon EC2 to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure using Recovery Manager.
This video depicts how easy it is to manage databases using simplified tools like patching, Data Guard or backup/recovery, all of which can be accessed using the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure REST APIs or console. Alternatively, access your database host and use your existing tools to manage your databases in the cloud, the same way you manage them on-premises. You will also see a quick demo to launch a DB System in the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure console.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Ravello is a cloud service that enables customers to run VMware and KVM virtualized applications on the public cloud without any modifications to the VMs, networking, or storage. This video demonstrates the steps to clone datacenter applications in the public cloud using Ravello in few simple steps.
Commvault Integration with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure addresses growing demand for advanced data management in cloud environments. This video demonstrates how to configure, back-up and restore cloud storage library in the Commvault console.
Terraform enables you to safely and predictably create, change, and improve production infrastructure. It is a cloud agnostic, open source tool that codifies APIs into declarative configuration files that can be shared amongst team members, treated as code, edited, reviewed, and versioned. This video also contains a quick demo on how to deploy MongoDB using Terraform orchestration.
Within the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, an IPSec VPN connection is one of the choices for connectivity between your on-premises network and your VCN. It consists of multiple redundant IPSec tunnels that use static routes to route traffic. Watch the video to learn more about the requirements and overall process for setting up an IPSec VPN connection.