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Creating an Oracle Cloud Service Account for Cirrus Data Cloud

Create A Group


A group is a collection of users but does not contain any permissions

Go to ‘Identity & Security’ > ‘Domains’
Select your domain (usually Default)
Go to ‘Groups’ > ‘Create Group’
Name the group ‘cirrus-data-cloud-group’Go to ‘Identity & Security’ > ‘Domains’




Create A Policy


The policy maps permissions to groups

Go to ‘Identity’ > ‘Policies’
Click ‘Create Policy’
Fill out the Name and Description field
Click ‘Show manual editor’ toggle
Add the following statements (note this is dependent on the group name being the same as specified above).

ALLOW GROUP cirrus-data-cloud-group to manage volumes IN TENANCY
ALLOW GROUP cirrus-data-cloud-group to manage volume-attachments IN TENANCY
ALLOW GROUP cirrus-data-cloud-group to manage volume-backups IN TENANCY
ALLOW GROUP cirrus-data-cloud-group to use instances IN TENANCY




It may take a very long time for the permissions to take effect even up to 30 minutes.


Create The Service Account



Go to ‘Identity’ > ‘Domains’
Select your domain (usually Default)
Go to ‘Users’ > ‘Create User’
Fill out the first name, last name and email fields.
Select the cirrus-data-cloud-group
Click ‘Create’



You should now be on the user details page. On the left tab click ‘API Keys’
Click ‘Add API key’
Click ‘Download private key’ then click ‘Add’



Copy the configuration file presented to a place for later use




Enabling The Oracle Integration In Cirrus Data Cloud



Go to the project where you want to enable the integration.
Go to ‘Integrations’ > ‘Goodies’
Find the Oracle integrations and click ‘Add’
Fill out all the fields with the information from the config file
Upload the key you downloaded
Select a host to test the integration with
Click ‘Save’

Updated on: 19/01/2023

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