Tag: oci

How to create an Oracle Database Cloud service (OCI) using the command line

The Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, also known as the second generation cloud, offers an integrated command line utility called OCI Command Line Interface (CLI) which can be used to perform almost all the activities we can do using the web console….

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Save time with this quick OCI CLI installation

This is more of a personal reminder than anything else, but hopefully it helps save some time for others trying to install the OCI CLI on their local Linux machines. The idea is to have a very basic set of…

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Accessing Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) using Google G Suite SSO

Background One of the nice things about so many web apps these days is how easily they integrate with Google authentication and Single Sign-on (SSO). This is thanks to web-based authentication and authorization technologies such as SAML and OAuth. So…

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Oracle 18c Non-CDB databases in the Oracle Database Cloud Service (ODBCS)

Oracle is implementing a cloud first approach and hence the newest releases such as Oracle Database 18c first appear in the Oracle Database Cloud Service (ODBCS).  But only in the Container DB architecture for this PaaS offering.  However, that doesn’t mean…

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