You will learn what choices you have to make to provision a virtual machine in the Oracle Cloud and why the choices matter. You will gain experience in two different ways to launch the virtual machines in the Oracle Cloud.
The usage of Cloud Infrastructure as a Service is consistently growing. The number of individuals needed to manage environments in the Cloud is directly connected to that growth. In this course, Provisioning Virtual Machines on Oracle Compute Cloud, you will gain the ability to create VMs utilizing Oracle's Cloud Console and Command Line Interface. First, you will learn the various options and available and the meaning behind them. Next, you will discover how to launch VMs customized to your needs. Finally, you will explore how to connect to Oracle Cloud VMs utilizing Windows Remote Desktop and Secure Shell software. When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge to provision and connect to Oracle Cloud VMs.
As a teenager, Tim found a love for teaching, learning, writing, and computers. He believes that everyone should be a lifelong learner. Tim has been teaching for nearly 21 years, either full or part-time. Tim is an Oracle Database Administrator with over 17 years of experience. He works out of Pittsburgh PA and lives in West Virginia with his wife and kids.
Course Overview (Music) Hi everyone, my name is Tim Boles and welcome to my course Provisioning Virtual Machines on Oracle Cloud Compute. I'm a senior manager at Hitachi Consulting. Did you know in a recent survey that it's predicted that 83% of the enterprise workloads will be in the cloud by 2020. Knowing how to work in the cloud is not a thing of the future, but a need here and now. In this course we're going to learn how to provision virtual machines in Oracle's cloud. Some of the major topics we'll cover include understanding the various options you have in the Oracle cloud for virtual machines, creating a Windows virtual machine utilizing the Oracle cloud console, creating a Linux virtual machine using APIs. By the end of this course you'll understand the choices that need to be made when creating an Oracle compute cloud virtual machine. Before beginning the course you should be familiar with the concept of public cloud and infrastructure-as-a-service platforms. It would also be helpful to have some general knowledge of networking. From here you should feel comfortable diving into courses on Oracle Cloud for Developers, Introduction to Oracle DevOps on Oracle Cloud. I hope you will join me in this journey to learn about creating virtual machines in the cloud with the Provisioning of Virtual Machines on Oracle Compute Cloud course at Pluralsight.