This section shows you how to create an SSH Key pair to be used to provision Oracle Cloud Services and later on to be able to authenticate via SSH connection from your SSH client.
Oracle Cloud services such as Oracle Java Cloud Service and Oracle Database Cloud – Database as a Service are built on top of infrastructure and functionality that are provided by Oracle Compute Cloud Service. When you create a service instance of one of these Oracle Cloud services, all the Oracle Compute virtual machines (VMs) required to support the service instance are provisioned and configured for you.
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This section shows you how to use Oracle IaaS in order to create a new OEL environment. For this, it is assumed that you already have access to Oracle IaaS, if not, either go to cloud.oracle.com and request a trial account or contact your local Oracle representative directly.
Oracle VirtualBox allows running a machine image on a virtualisation layer. Given Oracle IaaS is itself a virtualisation layer (Xen based) you cannot simply install VirtualBox on an Oracle IaaS VM and upload your VirtualBox VMs. That won’t work, as you cannot run VirtualBox on top of a Xen based virtualisation.
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Object Storage Provisioning
Oracle Storage Cloud Service (OSCS) enables businesses to store and manage digital content in the cloud. Stored objects can be retrieved directly by external clients or by applications running within Oracle Cloud. A container is just a storage compartment that provides a way to organize the data stored in OSCS.
Oracle Public Cloud (OPC) uses OSCS storage containers to host the artefacts produced by the built-in automated backup feature.
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