Oracle Cloud Infrastructure provides a ton of useful services for automating and orchestrating behaviours in your cloud environment, and while they are often pretty handy on their own, leveraging them together gives almost complete flexibility on what you can achieve. Want to trigger a backup using a command in slack, then have a message get sent back when it completes? Sure! Want to periodically poll a log API and archive the results? Easy. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure provides a number of inbuilt capabilities, as well as the ability to jump into arbitrary code to build elaborate automation flows, and this blog post will focus upon the security constructs around this, looking at how services can be authorised to invoke one another, as well as how they authenticate themselves, while avoiding storing sensitive data in insecure ways. This post is intended as an overview of the concepts, and will be referenced in more concrete ways in future.Continue reading “Secure Inter-Service Communication in OCI”
Exciting news, the long awaited Oracle Enterprise and Cloud Manageability Virtual Classroom Series has been announced and will run this October and November.
The series will include:
- 7 sessions running weekly from October 13 2020
- 12+ Oracle experts
- Live presentations
During the virtual classes, you will get to explore the latest and greatest innovations Enterprise Manager has to offer.
This is a great opportunity for you to learn and benefit from using Enterprise Manager to manage on-premise and cloud deployments for:
- Oracle apps (eg. EBS)
- Engineered Systems (eg. Exadata, ZDLRA, PCA)
To register please visit:
Oracle Enterprise and Cloud Manageability Virtual Classroom Series
Over the past couple of weeks, I was getting back into the normal life of Cloud Engineering (the #BuildWithAI global hackathon isn’t the only thing that I focus on – check this article out #BuildWithAI Announces Winners). And something that I was doing was actually less about technology but more about budgeting – Cloud Estimations.
This is an interesting puzzle because of a couple of different elements.
Cloud is supposed to be elastic. But budgeting is typically not. Nor are project estimations and costs. Nor are approval processes. Nor are procurement processes. There are so many things in a business that are not elastic.
The people provisioning are not necessarily in charge of the costs. And I know as a developer, these overarching cost discussions aren’t necessarily the one you get invited to.Continue reading “agile Oracle Cloud Infrastructure consumption”