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  1. Great post, one suggestion is to add the dependency on the OCI CLI to make it work and an env var that points to the correct oci config entry, for example export access_cfg_file_account=TALLEN67

  2. Nice description…
    Issue which I am facing, using the same OCI_SUBNET module I am trying to create multiple subnets using loop in ansible. which I working fine.
    But I am not able to retrieve the OCID of the subnets being created. So basically
    instance_subnet_id_private: “{{ result.subnet.id }}”

    It is failing with error “The error was: ‘dict object’ has no attribute ‘subnet’\n\nThe error ” . Any help on this will be appreciated.

  3. Absolutely Martin,
    I am impressed about your practices and preparations for professional exam. As you said the exam is extremely depth of a OCI cloud,I have been learning day and night on Oracle University from past 40 days and clear Foundation and Architect Associate exams. However, I wasn’t successful to clear the professional exam would short of only one question and scored 68%, i am depressed and traumatized with the result came on the edge.
    I will again come back with more intensive and indepth preparation i hope would be able to clear the professional exam.
    I would appreciate if you could share any tips for preparing for the exam.
    Syed Maseeh
    Syed. Maseeh@gmail.com
    Storage Consultant.

  4. True, OCI professional surely a tough exam & had to prepare for more than 30 days despite playing OCI Architect role in my current project. There are many topics to be covered & need practical experience on each topic to clear the exam.

  5. This lesson is very clear and crisp. Able to get the concept of Local peering from OCI front and terraform coding. Able to test successfully. Very much interested to start lesson 9. Will leave my comment for Lesson 9 once i complete. Great learning for today.

  6. Struggled when i started, now i am at the end of the session Lesson 9a. Now i can claim that i can write code in terraform for OCI resources. Its a great course!! Highly recommend.

  7. It will require some small changes in the code. You should remove compartment.tf file and in each other tf file you should change the value of compartment_id the attribute (for example compartment_id = var.compartment_ocid). In that case each and every resource will be created in the compartment value populated within TF_VAR_compartment_id system environment (it can be tenant OCID for root compartment or any other compartment below the root compartment).

  8. Sorry guys, but watching video is almost impossible. Constantly buffering (same behavior from my laptop with wi-fi connection as well as from my cell phone via LTE).

  9. Hi Luke … I have a question why this command doesn’t work on the subnet (security_list_ids = oci_core_security_list.sglist_tf.id) without brackets … like others resources like a compartment_id …

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