Oracle Enterprise Manager (OEM) is widely considered the standard for monitoring an Oracle environment; including cloud platforms. Often times this monitoring platform starts off under someone’s desk than quickly balloons to more and more usage leaving the user with an environment that is
Many organizations are looking to modernize their digital foot print and quickly identify that the biggest obstacle they face is the challenge of migrating off of traditional databases. These databases typically reside in on-premises data centers and can be expensive to upgrade and/or maintain.
Oracle’s Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) introduced the world to Autonomous Databases and a more automated way of thinking about managing your data. In this first-of-a-kind Autonomous database, Oracle has taken a pioneering leap into the future of database management. Through its pioneering ways, Oracle is bringing
Every now and then comes the need to update your SSH keys on a server in the cloud. Wither you are doing an general update or changing out your laptop, ssh keys need to be updated. In my case, I was changing laptops from Mac
This is just a quick reminder post to illustrate how to stop all docker containers that are running within a given environment. As many may already know, you can use the standard Docker stop command to stop a given container. What if you want to stop
Over the last couple of posts, we’ve been showing how to use the OCI provider and upgrading the associated OCI modules. In this post, we’ll show you how to use the OCI modules that were upgraded to build OCI compute node(s) through code. The node(s)