Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Provides Performance, Stability, Security, and Compliance For Rocky Linux Users
One of the key features of Rocky Linux is its support for the cloud. The operating system has been designed to work seamlessly with a variety of cloud providers, including Oracle Cloud, an enterprise cloud that delivers massive, consistent performance and next generation security across a comprehensive portfolio of services including SaaS, application development, application hosting, and business analytics. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure users now have the option for deploying Rocky Linux as the host operating system for third-party applications.
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Key Features of Oracle Cloud for Rocky Linux Users
Oracle Cloud offers a number of key features for Rocky Linux users:
Rocky on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure delivers consistent and optimized open-source performance across VM’s, containers, and bare metal, with a strong open source community and CIQ ready to provide support and service.
When used in conjunction with Oracle Cloud, Rocky Linux can be deployed on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to provide a stable and secure platform for running enterprise-level applications. Oracle Cloud provides the necessary infrastructure, such as compute, storage, and networking, while Rocky Linux provides a stable and efficient platform for running applications.
Another benefit of using Oracle Cloud and Rocky Linux together is that it allows businesses to take advantage of Oracle Cloud’s extensive security features, such as encryption, identity and access management, and network security. Rocky Linux takes advantage of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure’s Security First approach by providing state of the art security and authentication tools supplying enhancements, patches and fixes on a regular basis.
Additionally, Oracle Cloud and Rocky Linux can be integrated seamlessly; this allows organizations to take advantage of the scalability and flexibility of the cloud while maintaining their existing Linux infrastructure. This combination also allows organizations to reduce their overall costs by taking advantage of Oracle Cloud’s pay-as-you-go pricing model, while also lowering their risk by using a community-driven, enterprise-class Linux distribution that is fully compatible with existing tools and processes.
Using Oracle Cloud and Rocky Linux together also provides businesses with the flexibility to run their applications on-premises, in the cloud, or in a hybrid environment. This means that businesses can choose the deployment option that best meets their needs, whether that is running their applications on-premises for maximum control and security, or running them in the cloud for maximum scalability and cost-efficiency.
Getting Started with Rocky Linux on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI)
It’s easy to get Rocky Linux up and running on OCI. The first step is to sign up for an Oracle Cloud account. You can sign up for a free trial account on the Oracle Cloud website. Once you have signed up, you will be able to access the Oracle Cloud Console, where you can manage your cloud resources. You can then create an instance of Rocky Linux by navigating to the Compute section of the Oracle Cloud Console, and then clicking on the “Create Instance” button. Here, you can select Rocky Linux as the operating system, and then configure the instance to meet your needs.
Once you have created an instance of Rocky Linux, you can connect to it using SSH. To do this, you will need to configure your security settings, and then use an SSH client to connect to the instance. Once you have connected to the instance, you can begin configuring it to meet your needs. This may include installing additional software, configuring security settings, and more. Once your instance is configured, you can deploy your application on it. You can do this by using a variety of tools, such as Git, Ansible, or Docker.
By following these steps, you will be able to get started with Rocky Linux on Oracle Cloud and start running your enterprise-level applications on a stable and secure platform.
Ready to get started? Search for genuine RESF Rocky Linux images in the Oracle Cloud Marketplace. For support issues, please contact CIQ.