You have two line of business operations (LOB1, LOB2) leveraging Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. LOB1 is deployed in VCN1 in the OCI US East region, while LOB2 is deployed in VCN2 in the US West region. You need to peer VCN1 and VCN2 for disaster recovery and data backup purposes. To ensure you can utilize the OCI Virtual Cloud Network remote peering feature, which CIDR ranges should be used?
VCN1 (10.0.0.0/16) will use the IP Range from 10.0.0.0 to 10.0.255.255 and the VNC 2 (172.16.0.0/16) will use the IP Range from 172.16.0.0 to 172.16.255.255 the will not be overlap between the 2 VCN
Which two statements are true about Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) DB Systems?
All databases created in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure are encrypted using transparent data encryption (TDE).
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure encrypts all managed backups in the object store. Oracle uses the Database Transparent Encryption feature by default for encrypting the backups. and the customers can manage the TDE Wallet after DB Systems are provisioned.
A company currently uses Microsoft Active Directory as its identity provider. The company recently subscribed to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) to leverage the cloud platform for test and development. As the administrator, you configured the OCI tenancy to be federated with Microsoft Active Directory. Now you need to give access to developers so that they can start creating resources in their OCI accounts.
Which step will you perform to make sure you are not duplicating user creation inside of OCI tenancy?
When working with your IdP, your administrator defines groups and assigns each user to one or more groups according to the type of access the user needs. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure also uses the concept of groups (in conjunction with IAM policies) to define the type of access a user has. As part of setting up the relationship with the IdP, your administrator can map each IdP group to a similarly defined IAM group, so that your company can re-use the IdP group definitions when authorizing user access to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure resources.
You have an application running on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. You Identified that the read and write operations are slowing your application down enough to impair user access. The application is currently using a VM.Standard2.1 compute without any block storage attached to it.
Which two options allow you to increase disk IOPS performance?