Schedule-based OCI Compute Autoscaling deployed with Terraform

About autoscaling, I have recorded video and written a blog post a few months back. At that time autoscaling was based only on thresholds, commonly called metric-based autoscaling. Precisely speaking, it means that after crossing some defined level of CPU or memory utilization, you could expect the automatic provisioning of additional compute instances defined in … Continue reading Schedule-based OCI Compute Autoscaling deployed with Terraform

Private Endpoints for OCI Autonomous Database

Pic. Topology Diagram for Private Endpoint for ATP It is not the first blog post about ATP, but I think this one is even more interesting. For your information, a few days back at OCI Release Notes webpage I have found information about new features for OCI Autonomous DB offering. I am talking about Private … Continue reading Private Endpoints for OCI Autonomous Database

How to use Terraform and OCI – lesson 9

I hope you have noticed that huge news at OCI Release Notes. In February 2020 OCI global footprint has grown significantly with three new regions (Amsterdam in the Netherlands, Jeddah in Saudi Arabia and Melbourne in Australia). I am located in Europe so immediately I have requested the subscription of Amsterdam DC. So now in … Continue reading How to use Terraform and OCI – lesson 9

NewStuff series – dynamic VM shape resize in OCI with Terraform

I am trying to follow constantly updated release notes of OCI. Nearly every single day we have something new there, so sometimes it really hard to follow all of the news there. To read some theory is great, but test it is even greater... and harder, to be honest. So I was thinking it would … Continue reading NewStuff series – dynamic VM shape resize in OCI with Terraform