Last few weeks I was very busy and couldn't continue to record videos. Frankly speaking, I had to pass HashiCorp Certified Terraform Associate exam and on the other hand, spent some time with my family (vacation at Baltic Sea) to reload myself after this hard COVID period. Anyway, now I have discovered a sad fact … Continue reading OCI Resource Manager integration with GitLab
A couple of my students had decided to buy a course and they have returned to study after a while. For some of them, it was easy to navigate at my page, but for some of them, it was a little bit confusing. Because of that, I have documented in this post how to do … Continue reading How to access the course after a while…
My zero to hero Terraform + OCI training is getting more and more popular. As you can see on the left, more than 80 people have decided to enroll and study basic or complex OCI topologies deployed automatically with the usage of Terraform. For me, it is a huge thing, you know! It sounds like … Continue reading Deployment of the course in OCI Cloud Shell
Recently I have discovered that now you can provision a standby Autonomous Database on shared Exadata infrastructure. This peer database can be then used for data protection and disaster recovery. The technology behind is well known. It is Data Guard, here called Autonomous Data Guard. Sounds great? There is only one drawback. Your primary ATP … Continue reading DataGuard Protection for OCI Autonomous Database
Last Monday I have passed Oracle Cloud Infrastructure 2019 Cloud Operations Associate Exam (1Z0-1067). It was the third exam in a row, which I have decided to pass, a few weeks after Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Developer 2020 Certified Associate and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure 2019 Certified Architect Professional. Frankly speaking, my decision to pass CloudOps exam … Continue reading My thoughts after successful Oracle Cloud Infrastructure 2019 Cloud Operations Certified Associate Exam
As you know I love Terraform. That is why I have created zero to hero training for OCI and Terraform. It means I like to use terminal and execute commands such as terraform plan and terraform apply. All of that is great, but the state file, in that case, is located locally on my computer. … Continue reading OCI Resource Manager Drift Detection.
In one of the latest lessons of my tutorial I have shown how to setup DataGuard locally within the same region. I guess this is some sort of database protection, but in case of the whole region failure it will not help at all. So it is worth to consider the cross-region solution for database … Continue reading Cross-region DataGuard in OCI coded with Terraform
The last two months, during the COVID thing, were transformational for this blog. Someone can say the window of the opportunity has been opened by free training and certifications for OCI. Many of us have decided to ride this horse and discover OCI, in-depth. Some of us have reached the highest professional level, some of us … Continue reading Feedback loop.
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
Following up on my previous post about storing the terraform state file on a remote object storage location, I would like to talk about the terraform state command The terraform state command is used for advanced state management. As your Terraform usage becomes more advanced, there are some cases where you may need to modify the Terraform state. Rather than … Continue reading Terraform state file management