Oracle by Example brandingLinking Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Object Storage Classic with Oracle Developer Cloud Service

section 0Before You Begin

This 5-minute tutorial shows how to set up a connection of Oracle Developer Cloud Service with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Object Storage Classic.

Background

Oracle Developer Cloud Service projects use an Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Object Storage Classic container to store build artifacts.

What Do You Need?

  • Your Oracle Cloud account credentials
  • Access to an instance of Oracle Developer Cloud Service and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Object Storage Classic
  • Your identity domain name
  • Following identity domain roles assigned to you (see Assign Roles to a User)
    • Storage_Administrator (Storage Administrator)
    • DEVELOPER_ADMINISTRATOR (Developer Service Administrator)

section 1Open the Oracle Developer Cloud Console

  1. In a web browser, go to https://cloud.oracle.com/home, and click Sign In.
  2. On the sign-in page, enter or select the following values and click My Services:
    • Cloud Account: Cloud Account with Identity Cloud Service
    • Cloud Account Name: your identity domain name
    Oracle Cloud sign-in page
    Description of the illustration oracle_cloud_signin.png
  3. On the sign-in page, enter your Oracle Cloud account credentials, and click Sign In.
  4. On the My Services Dashboard page, in the developerid tile, click Action the Action menu icon, and select Open Service Console.

    If Oracle Developer Cloud Service isn't listed on the dashboard, click Customize Dashboard. Under Platform, find developerid, click Show, and then close the Customize Dashboard window.

    Oracle Cloud Dashboard
    Description of the illustration dashboard_open_devcs_console.png
  5. If the the developerid tile is not available on the Oracle Cloud Dashboard page, select the traditional account from the Identity Domain drop-down list, and locate the developerid tile.
    Oracle Cloud Dashboard
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section 1Connect Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Object Storage Classic with Oracle Developer Cloud

  1. In Oracle Cloud Dashboard, in the Storage Classic tile, click Action the Action menu icon, and select View Details.
  2. On the Service Details page, in the Additional Information section of the Overview tab, note the values of Auth V1 Endpoint and the last part of the REST Endpoint URL.

    The fields shown in the screenshot might differ from the fields on your Service Details page, especially if you're using an Oracle Cloud traditional account.

    Additional Information section of the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Object Storage - Overview tab.
    Description of the illustration storage_cloud_console.png
  3. On the Oracle Developer Cloud Service page, open the Organization Administration page, and click Storage.
  4. On the Storage page, click New Configuration.
  5. In the New Configuration dialog box, enter the following values, and click Create:
    • Service ID: ID assigned to the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Object Storage Classic instance (The value must match the last part of the REST Endpoint URL that appears on the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Object Storage Classic page. For example, if the value of REST Endpoint URL is https://demo12345678.storage.oraclecloud.com/v1/Storage-demo12345678, then enter Storage-demo12345678.)
    • Username: Your Oracle Cloud user name
    • Password: Your password
    • Authorization URL: The authorized URL to access Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Object Storage Classic (The value must match the Auth V1 Endpoint field that appears on the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Object Storage Classic Service Details page.)
    New Configuration dialog box
    Description of the illustration devcs_config_storage.png
  6. In the left navigation bar, click Organization.

After the connection is successful, a container is automatically created in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Object Storage Classic. Build and Maven artifacts for your Oracle Developer Cloud Service instance are stored in the container.


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