Configuring an Oracle Object Storage target
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Configuring an Oracle Object Storage target

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  1. Login to your Oracle Cloud account.

  2. Navigate to your Users page, and create a new User for Igneous.
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  3. Generate a Customer Secret Key for the user
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  4. Store the access key, and secret key for the user.
    Note : S3 compatibility defaults to creating bucket in the "root" compartment for your tenancy. It is recommended to create a specific compartment for use with S3 compatible clients. You can designate a compartment for S3 compatibility use according to this page.

  5. Login to Igneous, create or edit your desired backup or archive policy

  6. From the destination drop down, select + Add destination
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  7. From the new desination drop down, select Other S3
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  8. Enter the credentials stored from Oracle:

    1. Display Name is a unique name only used by Igneous that you can create to differentiate between credentials.
    2. Endpoint is the Oracle AWS S3 compatible URL for your desired region. Oracle uses an unique namespace identifier to route your account. The procedure to obtain the complete endpoint is as follows -
      1. Obtain your namespace by following this instruction Understanding Namespaces
      2. The region list is available here.
    3. Access Key ID is the Oracle access key for the Igneous user
    4. Secret Access Key is the Oracle secret key for the Igneous user
    5. Region is optional but is best to match your region of choice such as "us-phoenix-1".
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  9. Click Save credentials to complete the configuration. Your chosen display name will now appear as a Destination option for any backup and archive policies.

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