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Oracle Cloud Create Virtual Machine And Connect

Hi everyone, in this tutorial i will show you how to create Virtual Machine on Oracle Cloud.

Oracle Linux 8 Installation

 

Oracle organizes many events to promote cloud products every year. Solutions and products available for many industries.

In this article we will try to create and connect to a virtual machine via the cloud.

First go to cloud.oracle.com

 

If you don’t have account, you can create trial account in 5 minutes. The most important thing you should know, You will not pay any fees without upgrading your account.

When you create account and sign in, you will see this screen,

If you click where the red arrow points, you will see more detailed information about the products.

But now just click Create a VM instance.

 

 

There is option to change OS, domain you instance. I don’t change anything, and scroll the page

 

In this step we need to decide what we want. Bare Metal is dedicated physical server as you see, and other one, as everyone knows  independent computing enviroment that runs bare metal 🙂

Also you can change CPU and memory size.

To connect Virtual Machine, you must create SSH key. The best way to generate an SSH key is to use PuttyGen

https://www.puttygen.com/

Past ssh or choose SSH key from computer.

 

Lastly you could see network configuration. This step a bit complexive. At this time it will not be useful to explain quickly. I will talk about this later.

 

If you have finished all settings, create the machine with the create key.  You will be waiting for a screen like this,
Look at that red row. That’s you public IP adress. You have to use when you connect the machine.
Let’s try.  Open putty(not puttygen) or other ssh program.
Enter the IP address shown in cloud.oracle where desired.
After that, you must open ppk key for connect. 
On the left side, clik Connection->SSH->Auth and find coreect ppk file.
If ppk key and IP address will correct you could successfully connect.
NOTE: Default Virtual Machine user is opc.
See you in next article
https://ittutorial.org/oracle-19c-on-oracle-linux-8-preinstallation/

 

Do you want to learn Oracle Database for Beginners, then read the following articles.

https://ittutorial.org/oracle-database-19c-tutorials-for-beginners/

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