Oracle Cloud IaaS: Compute and Storage Fundamentals
This Oracle Cloud IaaS: Compute and Storage Fundamentals training gives students the necessary skills to create Oracle Linux virtual machine instances using Oracle Compute Cloud Service and to store large amounts of unstructured data in Oracle Storage Cloud Service. Students will learn how to use orchestrations and apply Oracle's best practices to create and manage instances and networking and storage resources.
With Oracle Compute Cloud Service, Students will Learn To:
- Assign processor and memory resources from a range of resource profiles.
Automate VM provisioning and management workflows.
Create VM instances using Oracle-provided and custom machine images (Bitnami).
Provide a persistent boot disk for VM instances.
Exercise fine-grained control over network traffic.
Reserve and assign fixed public IP addresses.
Attach high-capacity block storage to instances.
Monitor and manage all resources through a unified interface.
Ensure secure access to instances.
With Oracle Storage Cloud Service, Students will Learn To:
- Create a container in object storage to store data.
Set container metadata, such as ACLs and quota.
Upload files of size larger than 5 GB(preferably a Bitnami OS image).
Manage objects (listing, downloading, and deleting).
Benefits To You
Benefit by taking this training which supports Oracle Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Cloud Services. Oracle Compute Cloud Service is Oracle's flagship IaaS offering. Oracle Compute Cloud Service training will be coupled in this course with training for the Oracle Storage Cloud Service, which is an enterprise-grade, large-scale, object storage solution for files and unstructured data.
- Oracle Linux 5 & 6 System Administration Ed 2
- Fundamental knowledge of Linux
- Cloud Administrator
- End User
- Systems Administrator
- Attach high-capacity block storage to instances
- Monitor and manage all resources through a unified interface
- Ensure secure access to instances
- Create a container in object storage to store data
- Set container metadata, such as ACLs and quota
- Create and Manage objects on the Oracle Storage Cloud
- Create VM instances using Oracle-provided and custom machine images
- Provide a persistent boot disk for VM instances
- Exercise fine-grained control over network traffic
- Assign processor and memory resources from a range of resource profiles
- Automate VM provisioning and management workflows
- Reserve and assign fixed public IP addresses
- Course Overview and Introduction to Oracle Linux
- The history of Linux
- Linux distributions
- Oracle Linux
- Introduction to Virtualization
- What is virtualization?
- Virtualization concepts
- Benefits of virtualization
- Introduction to IaaS
- What is IaaS?
- IaaS concepts and benefits
- How is IaaS used?
- Oracle IaaS services
- Introduction to Oracle Compute Cloud Service
- Overview of Oracle Compute Cloud Service
- Oracle Compute Cloud Service features
- How is Oracle Compute Cloud Service used?
- Introduction to Storage
- What is storage?
- Types of storage - local storage and cloud storage
- Types of cloud storage - public, personal, hybrid
- Types of storage - block storage, object storage, ephemeral storage
- Introduction to Oracle Storage Cloud Service
- Overview of object storage on the cloud
- How does object storage work?
- Benefits of object storage
- About Oracle Storage Cloud Service
- Accessing Oracle Storage Cloud Service
- Installing Cygwin and cURL
- Oracle Compute Cloud Service Instances
- What is a VM?
- What can I do with a VM?
- How do I use Oracle Compute Cloud Service (introduction to the web console)
- What do I need to do to create a VM?
- What is an SSH Key?
- How do I use an SSH Key?
- How do I generate an SSH key pair?
- Saving the private key and public key on your local host
- Oracle Compute Cloud Service Block Storage Volumes
- Workflow for using a block storage volume
- Creating a block storage volume
- Adding a block storage volume to your existing VM
- Identifying the new storage volume
- About file systems
- Creating a file system on your storage volume
- About Mount Points
- Mounting the storage volume on your VM
- Oracle Compute Cloud Service Bootable Storage Volumes
- What is a bootable storage volume?
- What is a machine image?
- Creating a bootable block storage volume
- Creating a VM with a bootable storage volume (using the web console)
- Logging in to the VM to access the storage volume
- Configuring Network Settings
- Networking concepts
- How do network settings work?
- About security lists and rules
- How does SSH access work?
- Reserving a public IP address
- Associating a public IP address with an existing VM
- Creating a security list
- Oracle Compute Cloud Service Orchestrations
- What is an orchestration?
- Why should I use orchestrations
- Structure of an orchestration
- What objects can I create using an orchestration?
- What is JSON?
- JSON syntax
- JSON editing and syntax checker tools
- How do I create an instance using an orchestration - steps
- HTTP and REST Fundamentals
- What is HTTP
- How does HTTP work?
- HTTP headers and methods
- What is a CURL?
- What is REST?
- About JSON
- Oracle Storage Cloud Service Access and Authentication
- Accessing Oracle Storage Cloud Service
- Understanding authentication tokens and time limits
- Constructing the authentication URL
- Finding your account information
- Storing an object using an authentication token
- Using access control lists
- Oracle Storage Cloud Service Containers and Objects
- About containers
- Creating containers
- Setting container metadata
- Listing and Deleting containers
- About objects
- Listing objects in a container
- Creating objects