Getting Your VMs into the Oracle Cloud with Ravello

We were looking into some of the VM images that we have. Some of them were very useful but we were wanting to host them in the cloud for the upcoming workshops.

Ravello is a cloud service that allow you to import and manage your VMs or stacks of VMs on public cloud. The interesting part of this is that the service can use our cloud infrastructure or a third party cloud. Ravello manages the costs but also adds simple capability to manage your VMs better.

Here’s a quick guide to putting VMs (I did a VirtualBox image but it can be any type) in the Oracle Cloud with Ravello.

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This is How Easy it is to setup Docker on Oracle Compute Cloud Service

I’m running up some environments for the Developer Experience workshop. And looking to use docker to host some of the environments. Here’s a quick snapshot for getting yourself up and running.

LET’S GET AN ORACLE COMPUTE INSTANCE PROVISIONED

So, after you have got your environment from https://cloud.oracle.com/tryit and you have logged into the Oracle Compute Cloud Service, you’ll find yourself here at the landing page. From here we’ll create our compute instance.

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Network Channels with Java Cloud + SOA Cloud has become a little easier

The cloud services are rapidly changing and are becoming easier all the time. This blog is an example of that.

One of the things that has changed is the network configuration of Oracle Java Cloud Service and Oracle SOA Cloud Service. It’s been a common task to create communication channels with these services to administer the environments. So that means creating specific security rules and typically it is a usual practice of creating different ports specific for the administration network traffic. Now, this already been done for you.

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