One of the recent additions to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) is IAM Domains. New OCI tenancies are provisioned with IAM Domains and at time of writing tenancies with IDCS instances are being migrated to IAM Domains.
I originally created Peek to create a visual representation of effective user permissions inside an OCI tenancy to assist with performing user access reviews. Excessive permissions and IAM misconfigurations are a common issue found in cloud environments that can lead to privilege escalation and/or unauthorised access to resources and data.
At time of writing the latest release of the OCI CLI now supports interacting with IAM Domain resources and so I have created a version of Peek that works with IAM domains.
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With the recent announcement from Gartner Magic Quadrant Report, it’s no surprise that Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) is the Leader in Data Integration.
As a result, we have seen an explosion of demand for the service over the past 12 months. What we have seen is that many customers have been reaching out to my colleague @lsiliver and myself across APAC (Asia Pacific) and we are seeing that OIC customers want observability and deeper insights into their integration processes, data pipelines, workflows, automation and services.
: 5 Steps to OIC Observability with Logging Analytics
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So, in this blog post, we will walk you through this scenario on how you can get started on achieving this.
Many customers may not be aware but we already have existing native integration capabilities for OIC with our Observability & Management platform.