OCI Flexible Load Balancer with Terraform

A few days back I have shown you OCI Flexible Shapes available in OCI deployed with Terraform. Today I would like to present a brand new feature that extends the flexibility of cloud network infrastructure further. On top of flexible compute VMs you can now put Flexible Load Balancer, now also with Terraform (OCI Terraform … Continue reading OCI Flexible Load Balancer with Terraform

OCI Compute Instance Flexible Shapes with Terraform

Cloud Infrastructure should be flexible by default. It is a fundamental incentive for each IT shop in regards to any move of the workload from an on-premise location into the public cloud. Flexibility and elasticity mean you have more and pay less. That is also OCI's fundamental characteristics. In this video below I am showcasing … Continue reading OCI Compute Instance Flexible Shapes with Terraform

HashiConf Digital 2020

Last week I was attending a 5-days event provided by HashiCorp. Previous year it was fully "analog" meaning physically organized in Seattle, US. It was a great time for me! I have learned a lot about new approaches and technologies, especially in Infrastructure as Code scope. This year for the obvious reason (COVID19 pandemic outbreak) … Continue reading HashiConf Digital 2020

How to build microservice which is based on OCI Function and ATP with Terraform

A lot of people around the world believe the serverless approach is the ultimate future of cloud computing. I am also such a believer, but it will be a gradual move, sort of evolution within the next couple of years. Some time ago I have published a blog about private endpoints for ATP. Pic. Topology … Continue reading How to build microservice which is based on OCI Function and ATP with Terraform

How to use OCI Marketplace image with Terraform?

Recently Mattia has presented the blog post about using OCI CLI to retrieve OCI Marketplace image. It has inspired me to explore this topic, but with Terraform usage. The goal was very simple - deploy RocketChat image (from OCI Marketplace) as a single VM in the extremely simplified cloud infrastructure, very similar to my first lesson … Continue reading How to use OCI Marketplace image with Terraform?

My thoughts after successful Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Developer 2020 Certified Associate exam

Last week I was very busy so it was hard to find a few free cycles to write about it. Yes, I have passed recently Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Developer 2020 Certified Associate exam. Frankly speaking, it was obvious for me I need to do it. I am a hardcore developer here at FoggyKitchen, mostly with … Continue reading My thoughts after successful Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Developer 2020 Certified Associate exam

How to integrate OCI Event Service and OCI Functions with Terraform

Yesterday night I have passed  Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Developer 2020 Certified Associate exam. For this exam, besides Terraform, I had to learn about Oracle Kubernetes Engine (OKE) and OCI Functions. Recently I have had the opportunity to explore OCI Event Service. The outcome of this experiment I have encoded in a brand new dish (GitHub … Continue reading How to integrate OCI Event Service and OCI Functions with Terraform

TF_VAR variables – how to collect it from the OCI Cloud Console…

Recently one of my subscribers has asked me about this topic. How to collect all TF_VAR variables values for Terraform OCI Provider before starting into the first lesson? A small thing, but very important, right? In this short video, I am explaining how to do it step by step 🙂 BTW. I have added this … Continue reading TF_VAR variables – how to collect it from the OCI Cloud Console…

Every story should have the beginning…

Every story should have a beginning, right? Recently I have had two zoom sessions with great mates, followers of my blog, and YT channel. Such talk is an excellent thing, especially now, in this COVID-19 self-isolation period. Both discussions have made me realize that my tutorial has a significant gap... there is no introduction to … Continue reading Every story should have the beginning…