I have mentioned it some time ago. Besides of Terraform, it is possible to cook in OCI with Ansible help. Today it is the right time to show it here. Like with Terraform you need to do some preliminary work, mostly defined in OCI docs (here is a link). Your journey with Ansible and OCI … Continue reading Cook in OCI with Ansible modules – part 1
What is your first association in case of ATP term? For me? Hmmm... Adenosine triphosphate, the most energetic organic chemical which fuels up biological forms of life...? That was something I have learned in secondary school long, long time ago. Well... ok... But here I will be talking about something different! I will try to … Continue reading OCI’s ATP as a second dish
After my last post, one of my mates has asked me for something more basic, let's say fundamental. He has argued that he cannot use NAT Gateway or Bastion Host when some basic stuff such as VCN is not well explained. This is true when we talk with OCI newbies. There is nothing to be … Continue reading My first soup in OCI infra with Terraform
Last time I have written a post about NAT Gateway, a new feature in OCI, which enables access to the public Internet resources from the private subnets. Today I would like to enhance this topology a little bit by adding bastion host. The truth is you need to access your private machine from outside, right? … Continue reading Bastion host and remote access to your private hosts in OCI
Let's cook something today, ok? I am not sure if you have had a chance to read this blog with a tutorial for automation of NAT instance deployment in OCI with Terraform utility? This blog post is just great, but seems to be a little bit outdated. The same I can say about this whitepaper. … Continue reading Let’s cook NAT Gateway in OCI!