Thursday Aug 16, 2012

Cloud API and CLI guide

One of the new features of Ops Center 12c is the virtual data center, or vDC. I talked a little bit last week about how to set one up.

Once you've got a vDC running, you can manage it in a few different ways. You can always use the Ops Center UI, but you'll likely want to manage vDC resources without having to log into the Ops Center UI each time, so 12c provides two other methods for managing vDC resources.

The first is the cloud infrastructure API. This is a web service interface that lets you manage vDC resources without using the Ops Center UI.

The second is the cloud infrastructure CLI, which lets you manage vDC resources from a terminal.

Both of these options are discussed in detail in the Cloud Infrastructure API and CLI reference guide.

Thursday Aug 09, 2012

How To: Configure a Virtual Datacenter

Virtualization is a versatile tool. By creating virtual systems and configuring them to share resources, you can adapt your environment quickly to meet changing needs.

Setting up a Virtual Datacenter (vDC) in Ops Center is one way to make effective use of virtualized systems. A vDC lets you discover and pool multiple Oracle VM servers or zones and to make a resource for cloud users.

The How To walks you through discovering the components, setting up the network resources, creating the vDC, and creating accounts to give users access to resources.

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