Which OCI cloud service lets you centrally manage the encryption keys that protect your data and the secret credentials that you use to securely access resources?
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Vaultis a managed service that lets you centrally manage the encryption keys that protect your data and the secret credentials that you use to securely access resources. Vaults securely store master encryption keys and secrets that you might otherwise store in configuration files or in code. Specifically, depending on the protection mode, keys are either stored on the server or they are stored on highly available and durable hardware security modules (HSM) that meet Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) 140-2 Security Level 3 security certification.
When does Cloud Guard re-open an issue and update the history?
If Cloud Guard detects an issue again for:
An Open (unresolved) problem, it updates the problem history, but doesn't create a new problem.
A previously solved problem, it reopens the issue and updates the history.
A previously dismissed problem, it updates the history.
Which statement is true about using custom BYOI instances in Windows Servers that are managed by OS Management Service?
Where are logs stored?
You can collect log data continuously from Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Object Storage. To enable the log collection, createObjectCollectionRuleresource using REST API or CLI. After the successful creation of this resource and having the required IAM policies, the log collection will be initiated.