Review the Oracle-provided templates available for Resource Manager. A template is a prebuilt Terraform configuration for deploying cloud resources in a common scenario.
You can access templates from the Console when you create a stack. To browse templates of a given type, click the tab for that type. For example, to browse service templates, click the Service tab. After creating the stack with a template, run an apply job on the stack to provision those resources.
Create your own private templates to share with others in the tenancy.
Common uses of templates:
- Test-drive the idea of infrastructure as code.
- Apply proven best practices to your production workflow configuration.
Use Quickstarts to quickly launch and try real solutions for deployment scenarios while learning about OCI services and capabilities. Create a stack with this template for consistent and repeatable deployments.
To automatically provision resources, access the Quickstarts template from the Console home page.
|Apache Tomcat on Arm||Deploy a simple to-do application with Apache Tomcat|
|APEX with ADB||Deploy a fully managed APEX instance|
|ASP.NET quickstart||Deploy a sample ASP .NET application in a highly available configuration, with two Windows instances and a load balancer.|
|Baseline landing zone sandbox||Landing zone sandbox developed by OCI|
|Deploy a WordPress instance on OCI||Deploy a WordPress instance on OCI|
|Deploy Elasticsearch and Kibana in OCI||Deploy Elasticsearch and Kibana in OCI|
|Deploy self-hosted productivity platform Nextcloud||Deploy self-hosted productivity platform Nextcloud|
|Highly available web application with autoscaling||Deploy a highly available three-tier web application with autoscaling in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.|
|Jenkins quickstart||Deploy a containerized Jenkins instance on OCI|
|MuShop Basic quickstart||Three-tier web application using Always-Free resources|
|ORACLE RED BULL RACING – Predict the result of the next race||Predict the result of the next race with our Oracle Red Bull Racing machine learning hands-on-lab|
|RStudio||Deploy the RStudio integrated development environment (IDE) for R on OCI|
|Strava data on Autonomous Database||Visualize and analyze Strava data on Autonomous Database|
Use an Architecture template to create a stack that uses multiple cloud services.
|Template (click to launch stack)||Description|
|AWX deployment using OKE||Provision AWX v19.3 on the OKE cluster|
|Departmental Data Warehousing||Provision Autonomous Data Warehouse and Oracle Analytics Cloud to ingest data from multiple flat-file sources and analyze it.|
|Enterprise scale baseline landing zone||Enterprise scale baseline landing zone developed by OCI|
|ESBLZ workload expansion||The workload expansion for Enterprise Scale Baseline Landing Zone|
|Hub-and-Spoke network topology||Provision a hub-and-spoke network topology in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure|
For detailed instructions, see Preinstalling the Oracle Cloud Development Kit.
|Provision a Compute instance with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure developer tools already installed|
|Oracle Enterprise Landing Zone V2.0||Oracle Enterprise Landing Zone V2.0|
|Sample e-commerce application (MuShop Basic)||Deploy a sample e-commerce application using Always Free Oracle Cloud resources|
Use a Service template to create a stack specific to a single cloud service.
|Template (click to launch stack)||Description|
|Application Performance Monitoring synthetic dedicated vantage point||Provision the infrastructure and prerequisites for a synthetic dedicated vantage point in Application Performance Monitoring.|
|Autonomous Data Warehouse database||Provision an Autonomous Data Warehouse database|
|Autonomous Transaction Processing Database||Provision an Autonomous Transaction Processing database|
|Block volume||Provision a block volume in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure|
|Compute instance||Provision a compute instance in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure|
|Data Science||Provision Data Science and its prerequisites|
|Default VCN||Provision a VCN that includes a default route table, DHCP options, and subnets|
|Document||Provision Document and its prerequisites|
|Resource Manager create private endpoint||Provision a private endpoint from Resource Manager and use Terraform's remote-exec functionality with a private compute instance. This template prompts you for the compute instance's VCN and private subnet.|
|Resource Manager get private endpoint||Retrieve an existing private endpoint from Resource Manager and use Terraform's remote-exec functionality with a private compute instance. This template prompts you for the compute instance's availability domain, VCN, and subnet.|
|Subnets||Provision subnets in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure|
|Vision||Provision Vision and its prerequisites|