Create a Access Rule with REST API in Oracle Cloud

The following example shows how to view detailed information about a Database Cloud Service instance by submitting a GET request on the REST endpoint using cURL. To know basic about RESTAPI The following example shows how to create a rule by submitting a POST request on the REST endpoint using cURL. In this example, the […]

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View a Service Instance with REST API in Oracle Cloud

The following example shows how to view detailed information about a Database Cloud Service instance by submitting a GET request on the REST endpoint using cURL. To know basic about RESTAPI In last post, we created an instance with RestApi. Now, in this post, we will see how to get the information about that instance. […]

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Delete a Service Instance with REST API in Oracle Cloud

The following example shows how to delete a Database Cloud Service instance by submitting a DELETE request on the REST endpoint using cURL. To know basic about RESTAPI In this example, the identity domain is “idcs-bac676f0a2c643a281868616b45986da” and the Oracle Cloud user name and password are “clouduser” and “Pa$$word“. The service instance being deleted is named […]

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View All Service Instances with REST API in Oracle Cloud

The following example shows how to view information about all Database Cloud Service instances by submitting a GET request on the REST endpoint using cURL. To know basic about RESTAPI In this example, the identity domain is “idcs-bac676f0a2c643a281868616b45986da” and the Oracle Cloud user name and password are “clouduser” and “Pa$$word“. The response shows two running […]

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RESTful API in Oracle Cloud

A RESTful API is an application program interface (API) that uses HTTP requests to GET, PUT, POST and DELETE data. A RESTful API — also referred to as a RESTful web service — is based on representational state transfer (REST) technology, an architectural style and approach to communications often used in web services development. Oracle […]

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Installing Oracle 18c Database on Cloud in 3-clicks

This article shows how to create Oracle 18c database in Oracle Database Cloud Service database deployment with simple steps. Create a New Instance of Oracle Database Cloud Service Log in to your Oracle Cloud services account, go to the Oracle Database Cloud Service page, and create a new service:- For Instance Name enter Cloud18c. – From the Software Release list, […]

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Storage Volumes and File System Layout in Oracle Cloud

This section provides information about the storage volumes and file system layout of a newly created database deployment on Oracle Database Cloud Service. Compute Cloud Service Storage Volumes When a Database Cloud Service deployment is created using the Oracle Database Cloud Service service level, the following storage volumes are created. Storage Volume Description bits 60 GB volume completely […]

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Explain usage of different users in Oracle Cloud

This article provides information about Linux user accounts that are provisioned on Oracle Database Cloud Service. Every Database Cloud Service compute node is provisioned with the following operating system user accounts. Both compute nodes are provisioned with the following operating system user accounts. opc: The system administrator account you use with the sudo command to perform operations that […]

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Oracle Cloud (DBaaS): Oracle Data Guard in Database Cloud Service ( DBCS )

This article was written by Skant Gupta and Joel Perez in Oracle OTN When creating an Oracle Database Cloud Service database deployment at the Oracle Database Cloud Service level, you can create an Oracle Data Guard configuration. Since we will talk about Oracle Data Guard, let’s remember the concept: Oracle Data Guard enables production Oracle databases to survive disasters and […]

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