Oracle Cloud, going down the rabbit hole – Part 6

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Our journey down the rabbit hole that is Oracle cloud has been already long, but we are finaly starting to see the light on the end of the tunnel (could also be a train, I’m not sure).
After creating the network parts in the previous post, we are now going to create our IaaS guest.

There are different methods to create an IaaS guest.
You can use the instance via the instance page, or you can create orchestrations which will create the instance (and other parts) when started, or you can create a guest with a non-persistent boot disk and use snapshots of it to create other instances (private machine image).
Different methods for different use cases, and of course Oracle has some guidance of when to use what.
For this post I’m sticking with the easiest one: using the instances page.

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