» Oracle Cloud Platform Provider

The Oracle Cloud Platform (Oracle PaaS) provider is used to interact with resources supported by the Oracle Cloud Platform services. The provider needs to be configured with credentials for the Oracle Cloud Account.

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» Example Usage

# Configure the Oracle Cloud Platform provider
provider "oraclepaas" {
  user              = "..."
  password          = "..."
  identity_domain   = "..."
  database_endpoint = "..."
  java_endpoint     = "..."
}

# Create a Database Service Instance
resource "oraclepaas_database_service_instance" "default" {
  name              = "default-service-instance"
  description       = "default-service-instance"
  edition           = "EE"
  shape             = "oc1m"
  subscription_type = "HOURLY"
  version           = "12.2.0.1"
  ssh_public_key    = "ssh key"

  database_configuration {
    admin_password     = "Pa55_Word"
    sid                = "ORCL"
    backup_destination = "NONE"
    usable_storage     = 15
  }
}

» Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • user - (Optional) The username to use, generally your email address. It can also be sourced from the OPC_USERNAME environment variable.

  • password - (Optional) The password associated with the username to use. It can also be sourced from the OPC_PASSWORD environment variable.

  • identity_domain - (Optional) The Identity Domain or Service Instance ID of the environment to use. It can also be sourced from the OPC_IDENTITY_DOMAIN environment variable.

  • database_endpoint - (Optional) The database API endpoint to use, associated with your Oracle Cloud Platform account. This is known as the REST Endpoint within the Oracle portal. It can also be sourced from the ORACLEPAAS_DATABASE_ENDPOINT environment variable.

  • java_endpoint - (Optional) The java API endpoint to use, associated with your Oracle Cloud Platform Account. This is known as the REST Endpoint within the Oracle portal. It can also be sourced from the ORACLEPAAS_JAVA_ENDPOINT environment variable.

  • max_retries - (Optional) The maximum number of tries to make for a successful response when operating on resources within Oracle Cloud Platform. It can also be sourced from the OPC_MAX_RETRIES environment variable. Defaults to 1.

  • insecure - (Optional) Skips TLS Verification for using self-signed certificates. Should only be used if absolutely needed. Can also via setting the OPC_INSECURE environment variable to true.

» Testing

Credentials must be provided via the OPC_USERNAME, OPC_PASSWORD, OPC_IDENTITY_DOMAIN and ORACLEPAAS_DATABASE_ENDPOINT and ORACLEPAAS_JAVA_ENDPOINT environment variables in order to run acceptance tests.