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Provisioning JCS service in Private Subnet (Part-1)

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Hi Guys, Today starting with new series of post on Java Cloud service and SOA Cloud service, where these instances will be in private subnet and have to access them through Public Load Balancer (HTTP & HTTPS protocol). So, today post will be the part-1 in the series in

The public Load balancer in Oracle OCI !!

Hi Guys, In today’s post, will see the Public Load balancer configuration in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Scenario: Will create Public load balancer in which my two web servers will be there and work in round robin fashion. My Environment: My compartment is PROD_COMPARTMENT in FRANKFURT Region. PROD_COMPARTMENT created. Create

Export/Import Custom Image, Copying backup of block volumes between the regions in OCI !!

Hi Guys, In today’s post will see below things. Agenda: How to move resources like custom images, block volumes of one region to other. Regions subscribed are FRANKFURT and ASHBURN. My environment: I already created an instance INST01_FRANKFURT with attached block volume BV01_FRANKFURT in compartment comp01_FRANKFURT in FRANKFURT region.

Adding Public SSH key in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Gen 2 !!

Hi Guys, In today’s post, will see how to add new public key to the OCI instance which was already created. Followed the document High-level Steps: Create a new pair of Public and Private key pair require to upload using PUTTYGEN. Install Git or if you have a

NAT Gateway configuration in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure!!

Hi Guys, In today’s post, we will see regarding NATGateway in OCI. What is NAT? NAT is a networking technique commonly used to give entire private network access to the internet without assigning each host a public IPv4 address. The hosts can initiate connections to the internet and receive

Virtual Cloud Network Remote peering in OCI !!

Hi Guys, In today’s post will see regarding VCN Remote peering. What is VCN Remote peering? Remote VCN peering is the process of connecting two VCNs in different regions (but the same tenancy ). The peering allows the VCNs’ resources to communicate using private IP addresses without routing the traffic over the