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  • May 1, 2017

SOA Cloud- Generate SSH Key Pair using Putty by Vivek Garg

Juergen Kress
PaaS Partner Adoption


In Oracle Cloud, we need to have public key when we need to create a service instance and private key is also required when we need to access it using SSH utility. In this post, we will show how we can create key pair (private and public keys).

For this post, we will use PUTTY to generate these keys as it is available for both windows and Linux.

Follow the below steps to generate key pair.

Step 1: Download the Putty key generator from www.putty.org link as shown in below screen shots.

Step 2: Open the puttygen.exe file and it opens another window as shown below. In parameters, select “SSH-2 RSA” and “2048” in Number of bits in the generated key as SSH 2 is most recent version of SSH. Read the complete article here.

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