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How to setup SSH access to Oracle Compute Cloud Service Instances by Jan van Zoggel

Juergen Kress
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After playing around with the CLI it’s time to run some instance on the Oracle Compute Cloud Service. Oracle offers a broad range of images divided in 3 categories namely: Oracle images, Private images and Marketplace. The marketplace holds almost 400 turn-key solutions (from PeopleSoft to WordPress) where the category Oracle images are mostly Oracle Enterprise Linux distributions.

For this blog I will start a Oracle Linux 7.2 machine on the Oracle Compute Cloud and connect through SSH from my own machine.

Setting up security (SSH)

First we need to create a private and public keypair to authenticate against the Linux instance. Where the private key is safely stored on my desktop, the public key will be uploaded to the Oracle Compute Cloud. Run the following command: Read the complete article here.

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