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Incident History

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure publishes information on service availability history below. All dates and times are Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).

RESOLVED: Unplanned Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) DNS Service Event
SERVICE(S): DNS REGION(S): us-phoenix-1 The previously reported issue regarding Users experiencing longer than normal DNS zone propagation times has been resolved.
May 04, - UTC
Investigating - Users may experience longer than normal DNS zone propagation times. No impact to VCN DNS Nameservers or other peripheral infrastructure is expected. The appropriate resources are reviewing the issue now.
May 05, - UTC

RESOLVED: Increased response rate while connecting to Object Storage in us-ashburn-1 region
Resolved - Incident has now been resolved, all systems fully operational once more. Some customers had noticed increased connection times when attempting GET operations to the us-ashburn-1 region. This was due to an internal configuration issue. The issue has been mitigated
May 03, - UTC
Some customers noticed increased connection times when attempting GET operations to the us-ashburn-1 region.
May 03, - UTC

RESOLVED: Load Balancer Service Management
Resolved - Services: Networking - Load Balancing Regions: us-phoenix The previously reported issue regarding failures on Load Balancing management operations such as creating, updating, and deleting in the us-phoenix-1 region has now been resolved. We apologize for the inconvenience. Please retry any previous management changes.
May 02, UTC
Investigating - Customers may see failures in their Load Balancer management operations such as creating, updating, and deleting of their Load Balancers at this time. Existing Load Balancers will continue to work fine.
May 01, - UTC

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»Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Builder


Type: Artifact BuilderId:

The Packer builder is able to create new custom images for use with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). The builder takes a base image, runs any provisioning necessary on the base image after launching it, and finally snapshots it creating a reusable custom image.

It is recommended that you familiarise yourself with the Key Concepts and Terminology prior to using this builder if you have not done so already.

The builder does not manage images. Once it creates an image, it is up to you to use it or delete it.


There are three authentication methods available for the OCI builder. The API Signing Key of the profile in the OCI SDK and CLI Configuration File will be used by default.

»API Signing Key

The OCI REST API requires that requests be signed with the RSA public key associated with your IAM user account. For a comprehensive example of how to configure the required authentication see the documentation on Required Keys and OCIDs (Oracle Cloud IDs).

»Instance Principal

If you run Packer on an OCI compute instance, you can configure Packer to use the Instance Principal associated with that instance to authenticate instead of an API Signing Key that is associated with a specific user. This method requires the creation of appropriately configured Dynamic Groups and Policies.

The parameter is used to enable this method.

The and examples can be used as a reference for configuring this authentication method.

»Security Token

Token-based authentication requires you to interactively authenticate a session using the OCI CLI and a web browser. The token that is created has an extremely limited TTL and must be refreshed every hour for up to 24 hours. However, this method allows for authentication using non-SCIM supported federated identity providers.

To use token-based authentication, start a new session using the CLI's command and provide the path to the configuration file as the configuration parameter and the name of the profile as the configuration parameter.

The and examples can be used as a reference for this method.

»Configuration Reference

There are many configuration options available for the builder. In addition to the options listed here, a communicator can be configured for this builder.

In addition to the options defined there, a private key file can also be supplied to override the typical auto-generated key:

  • (string) - Path to a PEM encoded private key file to use to authenticate with SSH. The can be used in path and will be expanded to the home directory of current user.

»Required configuration parameters

  • (string) - The name of the Availability Domain within which a new instance is launched and provisioned. The names of the Availability Domains have a prefix that is specific to your tenancy.

    To get a list of the Availability Domains, use the ListAvailabilityDomains operation, which is available in the IAM Service API.

  • (string) - The OCID of the base image to use. This is the unique identifier of the image that will be used to launch a new instance and provision it.

    To get a list of the accepted image OCIDs, use the ListImages operation available in the Core Services API.

  • (map of strings) - As an alternative to providing , the user can supply search criteria, and Packer will use the the most recent image that meets all search criteria. If no image meets all search criteria, Packer returns an error. The following fields, if specified, must match exactly:

    • - The OCID of the compartment to find the image. If not specified, will use used for the instance.
    • - The full name of the image, e.g.,
    • - The operating system used on the image, e.g.,
    • - The version of the operating system on the image, e.g.,
    • - A shape that the image supports. If not specified, will use used for the instance

    Additionally, the following field takes a regular expression:

    • - a regular expression for the display name, e.g., . This is ignored if is also specified under . If no images match the expression, Packer returns an error. If multiple images match, the most recent is used.

    is ignored if is also specified.

  • (string) - The OCID of the compartment that the instance will run in.

  • (string) - The template that determines the number of CPUs, amount of memory, and other resources allocated to a newly created instance.

    To get a list of the available shapes, use the ListShapes operation available in the Core Services API.

    When using flexible shapes, must be set.

  • (string) - The name of the subnet within which a new instance is launched and provisioned.

    To get a list of your subnets, use the ListSubnets operation available in the Core Services API.

    Note: the subnet must be configured to allow access via your chosen communicator (communicator defaults to SSH tcp/22).

»Authentication parameters

Each of the following configuration parameters is either mandatory or unacceptable based on which authentication method is used.

  • (boolean) - Whether to use Instance Principals instead of User Principals. If this key is set to true, setting any one of the , , , , , , , parameters will cause an invalid configuration error. Defaults to .

  • (string) - The path to the OCI config file. This parameter is optional when using token-based authentication. This parameter cannot be used along with the key. Defaults to .

  • (string) - The specific account in the OCI config file to use. This parameter is mandatory when using token-based authentication. This parameter cannot be used along with the key. Defaults to .

»Overriding authentication defaults

The following parameters can be used to override the default value provided by or configured for the default OCI CLI authenticaton profile.

  • (string) - An Oracle Cloud Infrastructure region. Overrides value provided by the OCI config file if present. This cannot be used along with the key.

  • (string) - The OCID of your tenancy. Overrides value provided by the OCI config file if present. This cannot be used along with the key.

  • (string) - The OCID of the user calling the OCI API. Overrides value provided by the OCI config file if present. This cannot be used along with the key.

  • (string) - Full path and filename of the OCI API signing key. Overrides value provided by the OCI config file if present. This cannot be used along with the key.

  • (string) - Fingerprint for the OCI API signing key. Overrides value provided by the OCI config file if present. This cannot be used along with the key.

  • (string) - Pass phrase used to decrypt the OCI API signing key. Overrides value provided by the OCI config file if present. This cannot be used along with the key.

    »Additional configuration parameters

  • (string) - The name to assign to the resulting custom image.

  • (string) - The OCID of the target compartment for the resulting image. Defaults to .

  • (string) - The name to assign to the instance used for the image creation process. If not set a name of the form will be used.

  • (map of strings) - Add one or more freeform tags to the instance used for the image creation process.

  • (string) - Json string to add one or more defined tags for a given namespace to the instance used for the image creation process. Only works on HCL2 templates. For old-style JSON templates, use instance_defined_tags instead.

    instance_defined_tags_json= jsonencode({"Operations"={"Environment"="prod""Team"="CostCenter"}})
  • (map of maps of strings) - Add one or more defined tags for a given namespace to the instance used for the image creation process. Only works on old-style JSON templates. For HCL2 templates, use instance_defined_tags_json instead.

  • (map of strings) - Specify details for the virtual network interface card (VNIC) that is attached to the instance. Possible keys (all optional) are: (bool), (string), (string), (list), (string), (bool), (string), (map of string). Besides the previous keys, the (map of maps of strings) is also available on old-style JSON templates, while (string) is the json string equivalent variant for HCL2 templates. See the Oracle docs for more information about VNICs.

  • (int64) - The size of the boot volume in GBs. Minimum value is 50 and maximum value is (16TB). Sets the BootVolumeSizeInGBs when launching the instance. Defaults to .

  • (string) - Specifies the configuration mode for launching instances. Valid values are , , , and . See the Oracle CLI docs for more information about these modes.

  • (boolean) - Use private ip addresses to connect to the instance via ssh.

  • (object) - The shape configuration for an instance. The shape configuration determines the resources allocated to an instance. Options:

    • (required when using flexible shapes or memory_in_gbs is set) (float32) - The total number of OCPUs available to the instance.
    • (optional) (float32) - The total amount of memory, in gigabytes, available to the instance.
  • (map of strings) - Metadata optionally contains custom metadata key/value pairs provided in the configuration. While this can be used to set metadata["user_data"] the explicit "user_data" and "user_data_file" values will have precedence. An instance's metadata can be obtained from at http:// on the launched instance.

  • (string) - User data to be used by cloud-init. See the Oracle docs for more details. Generally speaking, it is easier to use the , but you can use this option to put either the plaintext data or the base64 encoded data directly into your Packer config. Packer will not automatically wait for a user script to finish before shutting down the instance this must be handled in a provisioner.

  • (string) - Path to a file to be used as user data by cloud-init. See the Oracle docs for more details. Example:

  • (map of strings) - Add one or more freeform tags to the resulting custom image. See the Oracle docs for more details. Example:

  • (string) - JSON string to add one or more defined tags for a given namespace to the resulting custom image. Only works on HCL2 templates. For old-style JSON templates, use defined_tags instead.

    defined_tags_json= jsonencode({"tag1"={"tag"="value1"}"tag2"="value2"})

    See the Oracle docs for more details.

  • (map of map of strings) - Add one or more defined tags for a given namespace to the resulting custom image. Only works on old-style JSON templates. For HCL2 templates, use defined_tags_json instead. See the Oracle docs for more details. Example:


»Basic Example

Here is a basic example. Note that account specific configuration has been substituted with the letter and OCIDS have been shortened for brevity.

source "oracle-oci""example"{availability_domain="aaaa:PHX-AD-1"base_image_ocid="ocid1.image.oc1.phx.aaaaaaaa5yu6pw3riqtuhxzov7fdngi4tsteganmao54nq3pyxu3hxcuzmoa"compartment_ocid="ocid1.compartment.ocaaa"image_name="ExampleImage"shape="VM.Standard"ssh_username="opc"subnet_ocid="ocid1.subnet.ocaaa"}build{sources=["source.oracle-oci.example"]}

»Using Instance Principals

Here is a basic example. Note that account specific configuration has been substituted with the letter and OCIDS have been shortened for brevity.

source "oracle-oci""example"{availability_domain="aaaa:PHX-AD-1"base_image_ocid="ocid1.image.oc1.phx.aaaaaaaa5yu6pw3riqtuhxzov7fdngi4tsteganmao54nq3pyxu3hxcuzmoa"compartment_ocid="ocid1.compartment.ocaaa"image_name="ExampleImage"shape="VM.Standard"ssh_username="opc"subnet_ocid="ocid1.subnet.ocaaa"use_instance_principals="true"}build{sources=["source.oracle-oci.example"]}
Sours: https://www.packer.io/docs/builders/oracle/oci
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Oracle application solutions integrating Microsoft Azure and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

Applies to: ✔️ Linux VMs

Microsoft and Oracle have partnered to provide low latency, high throughput cross-cloud connectivity, allowing you to take advantage of the best of both clouds.

Using this cross-cloud connectivity, you can partition a multi-tier application to run your database tier on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), and the application and other tiers on Microsoft Azure. The experience is similar to running the entire solution stack in a single cloud.

If you are interested in running your middleware, including WebLogic Server, on Azure infrastructure, but have the Oracle database running within OCI, see WebLogic Server Azure Applications.

If you are interested in deploying Oracle solutions entirely on Azure infrastructure, see Oracle VM images and their deployment on Microsoft Azure.

Scenario overview

Cross-cloud connectivity provides a solution for you to run Oracle’s industry-leading applications, and your own custom applications, on Azure virtual machines while enjoying the benefits of hosted database services in OCI.

As of May , the following applications are certified in a cross-cloud configuration:

  • E-Business Suite
  • JD Edwards EnterpriseOne
  • PeopleSoft
  • Oracle Retail applications
  • Oracle Hyperion Financial Management

The following diagram is a high-level overview of the connected solution. For simplicity, the diagram shows only an application tier and a data tier. Depending on the application architecture, your solution could include additional tiers such as a WebLogic Server cluster or web tier in Azure. For more information, see the following sections.

Azure OCI solution overview

Region Availability

Cross-cloud connectivity is limited to the following regions:

  • Azure East US (EastUS) & OCI Ashburn, VA (US East)
  • Azure UK South (UKSouth) & OCI London (UK South)
  • Azure Canada Central (CanadaCentral) & OCI Toronto (Canada Southeast)
  • Azure West Europe (WestEurope) & OCI Amsterdam (Netherlands Northwest)
  • Azure Japan East (JapanEast) & OCI Tokyo (Japan East)
  • Azure West US (WestUS) & OCI San Jose (US West)
  • Germany West Central (Frankfurt) & OCI Germany Central (Frankfurt)


Enterprise customers often choose to diversify and deploy workloads over multiple clouds for various business and operational reasons. To diversify, customers interconnect cloud networks using the internet, IPSec VPN, or using the cloud provider’s direct connectivity solution via your on-premises network. Interconnecting cloud networks can require significant investments in time, money, design, procurement, installation, testing, and operations.

To address these customer challenges, Oracle and Microsoft have enabled an integrated multi-cloud experience. Cross-cloud networking is established by connecting an ExpressRoute circuit in Microsoft Azure with a FastConnect circuit in OCI. This connectivity is possible where an Azure ExpressRoute peering location is in proximity to or in the same peering location as the OCI FastConnect. This setup allows for secure, fast connectivity between the two clouds without the need for an intermediate service provider.

Using ExpressRoute and FastConnect, customers can peer a virtual network in Azure with a virtual cloud network in OCI, provided that the private IP address space does not overlap. Peering the two networks allows a resource in the virtual network to communicate to a resource in the OCI virtual cloud network as if they are both in the same network.

Network security

Network security is a crucial component of any enterprise application, and is central to this multi-cloud solution. Any traffic going over ExpressRoute and FastConnect passes over a private network. This configuration allows for secure communication between an Azure virtual network and an Oracle virtual cloud network. You don't need to provide a public IP address to any virtual machines in Azure. Similarly, you don't need an internet gateway in OCI. All communication happens via the private IP address of the machines.

Additionally, you can set up security lists on your OCI virtual cloud network and security rules (attached to Azure network security groups). Use these rules to control the traffic flowing between machines in the virtual networks. Network security rules can be added at a machine level, at a subnet level, as well as at the virtual network level.

The WebLogic Server Azure Applications each create a network security group pre-configured to work with WebLogic Server's port configurations.


Identity is one of the core pillars of the partnership between Microsoft and Oracle. Significant work has been done to integrate Oracle Identity Cloud Service (IDCS) with Azure Active Directory (Azure AD). Azure AD is Microsoft’s cloud-based identity and access management service. Your users can sign in and access various resources with help from Azure AD. Azure AD also allows you to manage your users and their permissions.

Currently, this integration allows you to manage in one central location, which is Azure Active Directory. Azure AD synchronizes any changes in the directory with the corresponding Oracle directory and is used for single sign-on to cross-cloud Oracle solutions.

Next steps

Get started with a cross-cloud network between Azure and OCI.

For more information and whitepapers about OCI, see the Oracle Cloud documentation.

Sours: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/virtual-machines/workloads/oracle/oracle-oci-overview
Oracle Cloud Overview - Introduction to OCI

Welcome to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

Analytics Cloudempowers business analysts and consumers with modern, AI-powered, self-service analytics capabilities for data preparation, visualization, enterprise reporting, augmented analysis, and natural language processing.

Anomaly Detection provides with a rich set of tools to identify undesirable events or observations in business data in real time so that you can take action to avoid business disruptions.

API Gateway enables you to create governed HTTP/S interfaces for other services, including Oracle Functions, Container Engine for Kubernetes, and Container Registry. API Gateway also provides policy enforcement such as authentication and rate-limiting to HTTP/S endpoints.

Classic Migration Service simplifies the migration of applications from Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Classic to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.

Application Performance Monitoringprovides a comprehensive set of features to monitor applications and diagnose performance issues.

Archive Storage lets you preserve cold data in a cost-efficient manner.

Audit provides visibility into activities related to your Oracle Cloud Infrastructure resources and tenancy. Audit log events can be used for security audits, to track usage of and changes to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure resources, and to help ensure compliance with standards or regulations.

Bastion provides secured, session-based access to resources without public endpoints.

Big Dataprovides enterprise-grade Hadoop as a service, with end-to-end security, high performance, and ease of management and upgradeability.

Block Volume provides high-performance network storage capacity that supports a broad range of I/O intensive workloads. You can use block volumes to expand the storage capacity of your compute instances, to provide durable and persistent data storage that can be migrated across compute instances, and to host large databases.

Blockchain Platform Cloudenables creation of managed, permissioned-blockchain networks for secure, real-time data sharing and trusted transactions among business partners.

Cloud Advisorfinds potential inefficiencies in your tenancy and offers guided solutions that explain how to address them. The recommendations help you maximize cost savings and improve the security of your tenancy.

Cloud Guardis a cloud-native service that helps customers monitor, identify, achieve, and maintain a strong security posture on Oracle Cloud. Use the service to examine your Oracle Cloud Infrastructure resources for security weakness related to configuration, and your Oracle Cloud Infrastructure operators and users for risky activities. Upon detection, Cloud Guard can suggest, assist, or take corrective actions, based on your configuration.

Cloud Shell is a free-to-use browser-based terminal accessible from the Oracle Cloud Console that provides access to a Linux shell with pre-authenticated Oracle Cloud Infrastructure CLI and other useful developer tools. You can use the shell to interact with OCI resources, follow labs and tutorials, and quickly run OCI CLI commands.

Use Computeto provision and manage compute instances. You can launch an Oracle bare metal compute resource in minutes. Provision instances as needed to deploy and run your applications, just as you would in an on-premises data center. Managed virtual machine (VM) instances are also available for workloads that don't require dedicated physical servers or the high-performance of bare metal instances.

Container Engine for Kubernetes helps you define and create Kubernetes clusters to enable the deployment, scaling, and management of containerized applications.

Content Management is a cloud-based content hub to drive omni-channel content management and accelerate experience delivery. It offers powerful collaboration and workflow management capabilities to streamline the creation and delivery of content and improve customer and employee engagement.

Data Catalog is a collaborative metadata management solution that lets you be more insightful about the data you have in Oracle Cloud and beyond. With Data Catalog, data consumers can easily find, understand, govern, and track Oracle Cloud data assets.

Data Flow is a fully managed service with a rich user interface to allow developers and data scientists to create, edit, and run Apache Spark applications at any scale without the need for clusters, an operations team, or highly specialized Spark knowledge. As a fully managed service, there is no infrastructure to deploy or manage. It is entirely driven by REST APIs, giving easy integration with applications or workflows.

Data Integrationis a fully managed, multi-tenant service that helps data engineers and ETL developers with common extract, transform, and load (ETL) tasks such as ingesting data from a variety of data assets; cleansing, transforming, and reshaping that data; and efficiently loading it to target data assets.

Data Labeling is the process of identifying properties (labels) of documents, text, and images (records), and annotating (labeling) them with those properties. The topic of a news article, the sentiment of a tweet, the caption of an image, important words spoken in an audio recording, aqnd the genre of a video are all examples of a data label.

Data Safe is a fully-integrated Cloud service focused on the security of your data. It provides a complete and integrated set of features for protecting sensitive and regulated data in Oracle Cloud databases. Features include Security Assessment, User Assessment, Data Discovery, Data Masking, and Activity Auditing.

Data Scienceis a platform for data scientists to build, train, and manage machine learning models on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, using Python and open source machine learning libraries. Teams of data scientists can organize their work and access data and computing resources in this collaborative environment.

Data Transfer lets you migrate large volumes of data to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.

Database lets you easily build, scale, and secure Oracle databases with license-included pricing in the Oracle cloud. You can also leverage Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to manage Oracle databases in your data center alongside your cloud databases. OCI's Autonomous Database delivers automated patching, upgrades, and tuning on shared or dedicated cloud Exadata infrastructure. Autonomous Database is also available in your data center with OCI's Exadata [email protected] service. OCI's Exadata Cloud Service allows you to leverage the power of scalable Exadata hardware in the Oracle cloud. OCI's bare metal and virtual machine DB systems provide additional choices for hosting Oracle databases in your production and development environments. OCI's External Database service allows you to manage Oracle databases located outside the Oracle cloud with the OCIConsole and APIs. To get started with Database, see Overview of the Database Service.

Database Management provides comprehensive database performance diagnostics and management capabilities to monitor and manage Oracle databases.

Database Migrationis a fully managed service that helps database administrators move databases in real-time, at scale, from one or more source databases to Oracle Cloud databases. Configure, run, and monitor database migrations in a single interface.

DevOps is a continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) service that automates the delivery and deployment of software to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) compute platforms.

Digital Assistant is a platform that allows you to create and deploy digital assistants, which are AI-driven interfaces that help users accomplish a variety of tasks in natural language conversations.

Edge Services encompasses several services that allow you to manage, secure, and maintain your domains and endpoints.

Email Delivery is an email sending service that provides a fast and reliable managed solution for sending high-volume emails that need to reach your recipients. Email Delivery provides the tools necessary to send application-generated email for mission-critical communications such as receipts, fraud detection alerts, multi-factor identity verification, and password resets.

The Events service helps to create automation in your tenancy.

File Storage allows you to create a scalable, distributed, enterprise-grade network file system. File Storage supports NFSv3 with NLM for full POSIX semantics, snapshots capabilities, and data at-rest encryption.

The Functions service is a serverless platform that enables you to create, run, and scale business logic without managing any infrastructure.

Fusion Analytics Warehouse empowers you with industry-leading, AI-powered, self-service analytics capabilities for data preparation, visualization, enterprise reporting, augmented analysis, and natural language processing.

GoldenGate is a fully managed service that helps data engineers move data in real-time, at scale, from one or more data management systems to Oracle Cloud databases. Design, run, orchestrate, and monitor data replication tasks in a single interface without having to allocate or manage any compute environments.

Oracle Integrationis a fully managed, preconfigured environment where you can integrate your applications, automate processes, gain insight into your business processes, create visual applications, and support B2B integrations. Use integrations to design, monitor, and manage connections between your applications, selecting from our portfolio of over 60 adapters to connect with Oracle and third-party applications.

You can control access to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure using the IAM Service. Create and manage compartments, users, groups, and the policies that define permissions on resources.

Java Managementis a reporting and management infrastructure within Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. It enables you to observe and manage the use of Java in your enterprise.

Language provides you with the artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities to detect the language in your unstructured text. Also, it provides other tools to help you further gain insights about your text.

Load Balancing allows you to create a highly available load balancer within your virtual cloud network (VCN) so that you can distribute internet traffic to your compute instances within the VCN.

Logging Analyticsis a unified, integrated cloud solution that enables users to monitor, aggregate, index, analyze, search, explore, and correlate all log data from their applications and system infrastructure.

Management Agentis a service that provides low latency interactive communication and data collection between Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and any other targets.

Use Monitoring to query metrics and manage alarms. Metrics and alarms help monitor the health, capacity, and performance of your cloud resources.

MySQL Databaseis a fully managed database service that enables organizations to deploy cloud-native applications using the world’s most popular open source database. It is % compatible with On-Premises MySQL for a seamless transition to public or hybrid cloud. Leverage your existing Oracle investments and easily integrate MySQL Database Service with Oracle technologies.

Network Load Balancer lets you set up automated traffic distribution from one entry point to multiple backend servers in your virtual cloud network (VCN).

Use Networking to create and manage the network components for your cloud resources. You can configure your virtual cloud network (VCN) with access rules and gateways to support routing of public and private internet traffic.

NoSQL Database Cloudis a high performance data store which is distributed, sharded for horizontal scalability, and highly available. It is optimized for applications requiring predictable low latency (such as fraud detection, gaming, and personalized user experience), very high throughput, or extreme ingestion rates (such as event processing, IoT, and sensor data).

Notifications broadcasts messages to distributed components through a publish-subscribe pattern, delivering secure, highly reliable, low latency and durable messages for applications hosted on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and externally. Use Notifications to get messages whenever alarms, service connectors, and event rules are triggered.provides degree insight into the resource utilization and capacity of Oracle Autonomous Databases. You can easily analyze CPU and storage resources, forecast capacity issues, and proactively identify SQL performance issues across a fleet of Autonomous Databases.

Object Storage provides high throughput storage for unstructured data. Object storage enables near infinite storage capacity for large amounts of analytic data, or rich content like images and videos. Block volumes can be backed up to the highly durable Object Storage for added durability.

Operations Insightsprovides degree insight into the resource utilization and capacity of Oracle Autonomous Databases. You can easily analyze CPU and storage resources, forecast capacity issues, and proactively identify SQL performance issues across a fleet of Autonomous Databases.

OS Managementallows you to manage and monitor updates and patches for the operating system environments on your Oracle Cloud instances, including instances managed by the Oracle Autonomous Linux service. OS Management also provides options for discovering and monitoring resources on your instances.

Container Registry helps you store, share, and manage development artifacts like Docker images in an Oracle-managed registry.

Resource Manager helps you install, configure, and manage resources using the "infrastructure-as-code" model.

Roving Edge Infrastructure is a cloud-integrated service that puts fundamental Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services where data is generated and consumed regardless of network connectivity.

Search lets you find resources in your tenancy without requiring you to navigate through different services and compartments.

Security Zones let you be confident that your resources comply with Oracle security principles. If any resource operation violates a security zone policy, then the operation is denied.

Service Connector Hubis a cloud message bus platform that offers a single pane of glass for describing, executing, and monitoring interactions when moving data between Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services.

Storage Gateway is a cloud storage gateway that lets you connect your on-premises applications with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Applications that can write data to an NFS target can also write data to the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Object Storage, without requiring application modification to uptake the REST APIs.

Use Streaming to ingest, consume, and process high-volume data streams in real-time.

The Support Management service allows you to create, view, and manage support tickets.

The Tagging service lets you use metadata tags to organize and manage the resources in your tenancy.

The Vault service helps you centrally manage the encryption keys that protect your data and the secret credentials that you use for access to resources.

Use the VMware Solution to create and manage VMware enabled software-defined data centers (SDDCs) in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.

Scanning Overview helps improve your security posture by routinely checking your cloud resources for potential vulnerabilities.

WAF helps you make your endpoints more secure by monitoring and filtering out potentially malicious traffic.

Sours: https://docs.oracle.com/en-us/iaas/Content/GSG/Concepts/baremetalintro.htm

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Oracle Cloud

Cloud computing service

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Oracle Cloud provides Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), Software as a Service (SaaS), and Data as a Service (DaaS). These services are used to build, deploy, integrate, and extend applications in the cloud. This platform supports numerous open standards (SQL, HTML5, REST, etc.), open-source applications (Kubernetes, Spark, Hadoop, Kafka, MySQL, Terraform, etc.), and a variety of programming languages, databases, tools, and frameworks including Oracle-specific, Open Source, and third-party software and systems.[1]


Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS)[edit]

Oracle's cloud infrastructure was made generally available (GA) on October 20, under the name "Oracle Bare Metal Cloud Services."[2] Oracle Bare Metal Cloud Services was rebranded as Oracle Cloud Infrastructure in and dubbed Oracle's "Generation 2 Cloud" at Oracle OpenWorld [3] Oracle Cloud Infrastructure offerings include the following services:[1][4]

  • Compute: The company provides Virtual Machine Instances to provide different shapes (VM sizes) catering to different types of workloads and performance characteristics. They also provide on-demand Bare metal servers and Bare metal GPU servers, without a hypervisor.
  • Storage: The platform provides block volumes, file storage, object storage, and archive storage for database, analytics, content, and other applications across common protocols and APIs.
  • Networking: This cloud platform provides network with fully configurable IP addresses, subnets, routing, and firewalls to support new or existing private networks with end-to-end security.
  • Governance: For auditing, identity and access management, the platform has data integrity checks, traceability, and access management features.
  • Database Management / Data Management: Oracle offers a data management platform for database workloads as well as hyper-scale big data and streaming workloads including OLTP, data warehousing, Spark, machine learning, text search, image analytics, data catalog, and deep learning. The platform allows Oracle, MySQL, and NoSQL databases to be deployed on demand as managed cloud services. Oracle Databases uniquely offer the Oracle Autonomous Database (optimized for data warehouse, transaction processing, or JSON), the Exadata shape, as well as Real Application Clusters (RAC).
  • Load Balancing: The cloud platform offers load balancing capability to automatically route traffic across fault domains and availability domains for high availability and fault-tolerance for hosted applications.
  • Edge Services: These services can monitor the path between users and resources and adapt to changes and outages using secure DNS infrastructure.
  • FastConnect: The cloud platform provides private connectivity across on-premises and cloud networks through providers like Equinix, AT&T, and Colt.
  • Application Development: For application development, the company’s cloud offers an open, standards-based application development platform to build, deploy, and manage API-first, mobile-first cloud applications. This platform supports container-native, cloud-native, and low code development. This platform also provides a DevOps platform for CI/CD, diagnostics for Java applications, and integration with SaaS and on-prem applications. Services include Java, mobile, digital assistants (evolution from chatbots), messaging, application container cloud, developer cloud, visual builder, API catalog, AI platform, DataScience.com (Oracle acquired) and blockchain.
  • Integration: This is a platform offering with adapters to integrate on-premise and cloud applications. Capabilities include data integration and replication, API management, integration analytics, along with data migration and integration. They offer services such as data integration platform cloud, data integrator cloud service, GoldenGate cloud service, integration cloud, process cloud service, API platform cloud service, apiary cloud service, and SOA cloud service.
  • Business Analytics: The company provides this business analytics platform which can analyze and generate insights from data across various applications, data warehouses, and data lakes. The services offered include analytics cloud, business intelligence, big data discovery, big data preparation, data visualization, and essbase.
  • Security: The Oracle Cloud Platform provides identity and security applications for providing secure access and monitoring of hybrid cloud environment and addressing IT governance and compliance requirements. This platform delivers an identity SOC (Security Operations Center) through a combined offering of SIEM, UEBA, CASB,l, and IDaaS. The services offered include Identity Cloud Service and CASB Cloud Service.
  • Management: The platform provides an integrated monitoring, management, and analytics platform. This platform also uses machine learning and big data on the operational data set. The platform is used to improve IT stability, prevent application outages, improve DevOps, and harden security. Services offered include Application Performance Monitoring, Infrastructure Monitoring, Log Analytics, Orchestration, IT Analytics, Configuration and Compliance, Security Monitoring, and Analytics.
  • Content and Experience: This is a platform for content, website, and workflow management. This service is used to provide content collaboration and web presence. This tool comes integrated with Oracle on-premise and SaaS services. The services offered are Content and Experience Cloud, WebCenter Portal Cloud, and DIVA Cloud.

On May 16, Oracle announced that it had acquired DataScience.com, a privately held cloud workspace platform for data science projects and workloads.[5]

Software as a Service (SaaS)[edit]

Oracle provides SaaS applications also known as Oracle Cloud Applications. These applications are offered across a variety of products, industrial sectors with various deployment options to adhere to compliance standards. The below list mentions Oracle Cloud Applications provided by Oracle Corporation.[6]

  • Customer Experience (CX)
  • Human Capital Management (HCM)
  • Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
  • Supply Chain Management (SCM)
  • Enterprise Performance Management (EPM)
  • Internet of Things Applications (IoT)
  • SaaS Analytics
  • Data
  • Industry Solutions (Communications, Financial Services, Consumer Goods, High Tech and Manufacturing, Higher Education, Hospitality, Utilities)
  • Deployment (adhering to standards for sectors such as Financial Services, Retail Services, Public Sector, Defense)
  • Block-Chain Cloud Service (in partnership with SAP, IBM and Microsoft)[7]
  • Blockchain Applications

On July 28, Oracle bought NetSuite, the very first cloud company, for $ billion.[8]

Data as a Service (DaaS)[edit]

This platform is known as the Oracle Data Cloud. This platform aggregates and analyzes consumer data powered by Oracle ID Graph across channels and devices to create cross-channel consumer understanding.[9][failed verification]

Deployment models[edit]

Oracle Cloud is available in 25 regions as of September , including North America, South America, UK, European Union, Middle East, India, Australia, Korea, and Japan.[10] Oracle Cloud is available as a public cloud (Oracle-managed regions); to select government agencies as an Oracle-managed government cloud in the United States (with FedRAMP High and DISASRG IL5 compliance) and United Kingdom; and as a "private cloud" or "hybrid cloud" as an Oracle-managed database-only service or full-service dedicated region[11][12] - what Oracle calls "Cloud at Customer."


Oracle's public and government cloud is offered through a global network of Oracle-managed data centers, connected by an Oracle-managed backbone network. Oracle's Exadata Cloud at Customer leverages this network for control plane services.[13] Oracle deploys their cloud in Regions, typically with two geographically distributed regions in each country for disaster resiliency with data sovereignty. Inside each Region are at least one fault-independent Availability Domain and three fault-tolerant Fault Domains per Availability Domain. Each Availability Domains contains an independent data center with power, thermal, and network isolation.[14]

Oracle Cloud hosts customer-accessible cloud infrastructure and platform services, as well as end-user accessible software as a service from these cloud regions.

See Also[edit]


External links[edit]

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oracle_Cloud
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