This section provides information about the content and configuration of a newly created Oracle Database Classic Cloud Service database deployment that uses the Single Instance database type.
When you create a database deployment using the Single Instance database type, Database Classic Cloud Service creates a single-instance Oracle database. The database is housed on a compute node that Database Classic Cloud Service creates using Oracle Compute Cloud Service resources. In brief, Database Classic Cloud Service:
Creates a compute node that has its own public IP address with a name of this form:
This Compute Cloud Service instance uses the compute shape specified during the database deployment creation process.
Installs Oracle Linux 6.6, Oracle Database 18, 184.108.40.206, 220.127.116.11 or 18.104.22.168 (depending on which version was selected), and cloud tooling software on the compute node.
Creates storage for database data, the fast recovery area, and the redo logs.
Creates Oracle Compute Cloud Service networking resources to provide access to the compute node, setting all except SSH access on port 22 to a disabled status.
Creates and starts an Oracle database on the compute node and starts the network listener for the node.