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Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is an integrated set of cloud services that enable you to build and run a wide range of applications and services within a highly available hosted environment. Get started with our Cloud Infrastructure, which offers high-performance compute capabilities and storage capacity in a flexible and secure virtual network that is accessible from your on-premises architecture.
Deploy solutions on Oracle cloud infrastructure quickly and easily.
Learn about various resources and services in Oracle cloud infrastructure, while deploying a fully functional WordPress.
Learn how to create a low code application development environment to rapidly build and deploy applications on OCI.
Learn how to set up and use Jenkins to automate your build and deployment processes on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
Get the most out of Oracle Cloud.
Dynamically use Instance principals to provide API access to services running on your compute instance without configuring user credentials.
Overview of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Networking.
Learn how to call OCI APIs.
Publish your first HTML page on Object Storage.
Control access to your data stored on Object Storage buckets.
Build high-available web services with balanced traffic on multiple regions.
Save time by customizing your VM catalogue.
Maintain optimal availability and performance with metrics-based dynamic scaling.
Learn about the inner workings of layer 4 and layer 7 load balancing capabilities.
Oracle Functions is a serverless, highly scalable, fully managed Functions-as-a-Service platform built on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and powered by the open-source Fn Project engine.
Learn how to script a web application with Terraform and use Resource Manager to deploy to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). Join this webcast to discover practical, in-the-field techniques of infra as a code.
Learn how to implement Opentracing in your microservices deployment, how to extend the coverage to older legacy java components, and how to use the trace data for diagnostics, monitoring, planning and reporting.