In this mini-training, I am trying to explain how to use OCI Resource Manager inside your Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) tenancy. Resource Manager is a native OCI service that helps you to automate the whole process of deploying and provisioning your cloud infrastructure resources. Behind the scene, OCI Resource Manager uses Terraform technology. That means you can install, configure, and manage OCI resources through the “infrastructure-as-code” model. Within OCI Resource Manager you can create Stacks that embody Terraform configuration files and shared state files combined together. Stacks can be used by teams to execute Resource Manager jobs. Jobs enables all three Terraform commands: plan, apply, and destroy. Besides that Resource Manager can be integrated with Version Control Services such as GitLab. On top of that, you have the ability to detect any drift in the configuration and with automated action replay all necessary deployments to reach the desired state of your cloud configuration. Resource Manager also can be used to discover already existing configurations within your compartments and convert them into Terraform code, which can be then to redeploy the configuration in another compartment. All of that you will be able to see within this course.
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A very thorough, and informational course about drift detection reports in OCI Resource Manager. In my opinion this course is better explained than Udemy or other similar course providers. Looking forward for the next courses.Thank you!