Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Tutorial Series: Creating an Oracle Cloud Free Tier Account

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Whether you’re a small business owner, a home-gown independent software developer, my middle school aged on trying to make his own Minecraft server, a college student needing a new term paper topic or the CIO of a global fortune 100 enterprise, Oracle has made it simple for you to explore the full feature set of their Gen-2 Cloud Infrastructure offerings.  As…

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Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Tutorial Series: Creating a SSH Key Pair on Mac OS X

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SSH Key Pairs are required by most Cloud Infrastructure (Infrastructure as a Service) providers for use in authenticating the root or admin level users for various UNIX or Linux compute instances and compute shapes as well as for other IaaS provider management systems (i.e. Amazon Web Services – AWS LightSail, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure – OCI console access, etc…)  The procedures below…

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How I studied for and passed the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Architect Associate certification exam 1Z0-932 (the first time).

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Since I recently lived through the fun of getting myself Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Architect Associate certified, I wanted to share a little information on how I prepared for the exam.  Please note, the opinions, words and views expressed in this article are ONLY a brain dump from my little techy head and there’s no guarantee that if you follow my…

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