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Learn about Oracle Linux KVM Image on Oracle Cloud

The Oracle Linux Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) image is a custom image built for Oracle Linux and includes tools and automation to work with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. This Oracle packaged image simplifies the deployment of virtual machines (VMs) by integrating with services such as block storage and virtual network interfaces through the use of scripted tools, including oci-utils. These tools include support for defining the VM guest domain, allocating a specific block device or VNIC and launching and removing VMs on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.

Learn more on the Oracle Cloud Learning Subscription through the Use Oracle Linux on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure course. Among other topics you will you will learn about: 

  • Use Oracle Linux KVM Image for Oracle Cloud
  • Use Kickstart with Oracle Linux KVM Image for Oracle Cloud
  • oci-utils for Oracle Linux on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

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