DevOps Tools and Plug-ins

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure provides a number of DevOps tools and plug-ins for working with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services. These can simplify provisioning and managing infrastructure or enable automated testing and continuous delivery.

Terraform Provider - Manage "infrastructure as code" with this component that connects Terraform to a given Oracle Cloud Infrastructure service.

OCI Modules for PowerShell - A set of cmdlet modules that can be used with PowerShell Core to manage Oracle Cloud Infrastructure resources, such as Compute, Load Balancing, and Database services.

Ansible Collection - Automate provisioning and configuring of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure resources, such as Compute, Load Balancing, and Database services.

Compute Jenkins Plug-in - Bring up and down services or nodes as required to serve Jenkins Build Jobs and dynamically allocate Oracle Cloud Infrastructure resources for continuous integration tasks.

OCI DevOps Plug-in for Jenkins - Upload artifacts, and run deployments on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure from Jenkins. A Jenkins master instance with the DevOps plug-in can upload artifacts to the Artifacts Registry repository, and trigger the deployment pipeline for deploying those artifacts.

Chef Knife Plug-in - Manage Oracle Cloud Infrastructure resources with Chef Knife, a command line tool that provides an interface between a local chef-repo and the Chef server.

Grafana Plug-in - Visualize metrics from the Monitoring service in your Grafana instance.

Terraform Kubernetes Installer - Provision and configure the resources needed to run a highly available and configurable Kubernetes cluster.

Kubernetes Volume Provisioner - Enable dynamic provisioning of storage resources when running Kubernetes on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.

DevOps Integrations

Other Services and Features for DevOps

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure provides other services and features relevant to DevOps professionals.

  • Container Engine for Kubernetes (OKE) Reliably build, deploy, and manage cloud-native containerized applications. You specify the compute resources that your applications require, and Container Engine for Kubernetes provisions them on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure in an existing tenancy.
  • Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Registry Store, share, and manage development artifacts like Docker images. As Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Registry is managed by Oracle, your applications are deployed reliably and you don't have to deal with operational issues.