Java Cloud Service: Cloud Tooling by Stefan Victor

Posted: September 18, 2015 in Cloud, WebLogic
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clip_image002A cloud service can dynamically scale to meet the needs of its users. It seems legitimate to have some tools for managing the cloud computing environments. There are tools that provision, tools that monitor and tools that do both of them.

Oracle Cloud Services have their own Cloud Tooling that performs different types of functionalities.

Prerequisites

  • Sign in to the ‘My Services’ application at http://cloud.oracle.com.
  • In the Oracle Java Cloud Service section, click ‘Open Service Console’.
  • Pick up an instance by clicking on its name or create one if the ‘Instances’ list is empty:

You’ll see displayed the ‘Overview’ of the respective instance. Click on the ‘Administration’ tab from the left:

Here we’ll have the ‘Backup’, ‘Patching & Rollback’, ‘Load balancer’ and ‘Scale In/Out’ tools.

Backup

When your service instance is provisioned, weekly full back ups as well as incremental daily backup are already scheduled. Change the day and time of the backup any time or initiate a back-up on demand. Read the complete article here.

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