A retail company has recently adopted a hybrid architecture. They have the following requirements for their end-to-end Connectivity model between their on-premises data center and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OC1) region
* Highly available connection with service level redundancy
* Dedicated network bandwidth with low latency
Which connectivity setup is the most cost effective solution for this scenario?
Which of the below options for private access to services within Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) is NOT valid?
You have an Oracle database system in a virtual cloud network (VCN) that needs to be accessible on port 1521 from your on-premises network CIDR 172.17.0.0/24.
You have the following configuration currently.
Virtual cloud network (VCD) is associated with a Dynamic Routing Gateway (DRG), and DRG has an active IPSec connection with your on-premises data center.
Oracle database system is hosted in a private subnet
The private subnet route table has the following configuration
The private subnet route table has following configuration.
However, you are still unable to connect to the Oracle Database system.
Which action will resolve this issue?
Add an EGRESS rule in network security group as following.
Add a route rule in the private subnet route table as following.
Add an EGRESS rule in private subnet scurity list as following.
Add an EGRESS rule in private subnet security list as following.
You are a solution architect working with a startup that has decided to move their workload to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Since their workload is small, upon architecting, you decide its sufficient to use 8 compute instances to run their workload. The company wants to use a common storage for their instances. So, you propose the idea of attaching a block volume to multiple instances to provide a common storage.
Which of the below option is NOT true for such a solution?