True public cloud means the elasticity of the cloud resources. The newest feature related to OCI DBSystem enhanced a few days back means exactly this, true database resource elasticity. I can imagine that in many cases your current DBSystem shape is too small or too large for the workload which is executed. In that case, … Continue reading Changing the shape of a virtual machine DB System in OCI with Terraform
Lastly, I have been exploring OKE a little bit. Mostly for testing purposes. I was planning to deploy some simple web containers there. You know me well, right? I am a real fan of Infrastructure as a code paradigm. So, as always, I was trying to encapsulate my deployment into the HCL code. Frankly speaking, … Continue reading OCI’s OKE automatically with Terraform
What is your first association in case of ATP term? For me? Hmmm... Adenosine triphosphate, the most energetic organic chemical which fuels up biological forms of life...? That was something I have learned in secondary school long, long time ago. Well... ok... But here I will be talking about something different! I will try to … Continue reading OCI’s ATP as a second dish
Let's cook something today, ok? I am not sure if you have had a chance to read this blog with a tutorial for automation of NAT instance deployment in OCI with Terraform utility? This blog post is just great, but seems to be a little bit outdated. The same I can say about this whitepaper. … Continue reading Let’s cook NAT Gateway in OCI!
This blog will not be about cooking. I mean cooking in the ordinary sense, the way we used to think about it usually. To be honest this blog will be about the cloud and infrastructure as code (IaC). About cooking the code for building fundamental components of modern IT in the clouds. I am not … Continue reading Let’s cook the cloud infrastructure…