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Break New Ground

Are you new to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure?

Parvez Syed Mohamed
Director of Product Management
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Last year, the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Developer Adoption team built a few developer tutorials in an accessible blog format. Most of these tutorials below are tailored to take less than 30 minutes to complete. In this blog, we will learn about all the tutorials for the "New to OCI" developer, to help you get started.

When you’re learning about a new cloud platform, it can be hard to find all the right information in one place. Sometimes, when I read technical documentation, I find myself getting deep in the weeds and quickly overwhelmed, and I soon lose interest. What I want is a list of quick tutorials that help me understand the basic concepts without bogging me down in the details. When I want to learn about the details, I want to read the documentation. Wouldn’t it be nice to cover a lot of ground in one afternoon, learn the concepts quickly, and then apply them to building something tangible?

Information all in one place

If your answer is yes, you’re in the right place. Last year, the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Developer Adoption team built a few tutorials in an accessible blog format. Most of these tutorials are tailored to take less than 30 minutes to complete. We created the following list to help you quickly understand key OCI concepts:

We’re planning many more tutorials. In Part -2, we will share many more tutorials and hands on labs you can try. We hope you have as much fun working through these tutorials as we did building them.

Want to know more?

Every use case is different. The only way to know if Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is right for you is to try it. You can select either the Oracle Cloud Free Tier or a 30-day free trial, which includes US$300 in credit to get you started with a range of services, including compute, storage, and networking.

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Comments ( 1 )
  • MOHAMED Omar Tuesday, February 2, 2021
    Very useful. Thank you so much for the amazing effort. Can't wait to see part2
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