You can access Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Full Stack DR using the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Console (a browser based interface), REST APIs, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure SDKs, command-line interface, and DevOps tools.
Using the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Console (UI)To access Full Stack Disaster Recovery using the Console:
- Sign in to your Oracle Cloud account at cloud.oracle.com. See Signing in to Oracle Cloud in the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure documentation.
- Select the region.
If your tenancy is subscribed to multiple regions, select your region from the Region menu at the top of the page.
- Open the navigation menu, click Migration & Disaster Recovery, and select Disaster Recovery or DR Protection Groups.
The Disaster Recovery (DR) Protection Groups page is displayed. All existing DR protection groups in your compartment are displayed. Use the Compartment list in the panel on the left to change the compartment.
Using the Command-Line Interface (CLI)
If you are using a command-line interface (CLI), then you can access the Full Stack DR service by installing the Oracle Cloud CLI and listing all the available commands by running the command
oci disaster-recovery --helpat the shell prompt.
For details on how to install and use the Oracle Cloud CLI, see: Command Line Interface (CLI).
Using the REST API
REST API users can access the Full Stack DR service by connecting to one of the regional REST API endpoints listed in Full Stack Disaster Recovery API and then invoking an HTTP method such as GET, PUT, POST, or DELETE.
For more information, see: REST APIs.
Using a Software Development Kit (SDK)
You can access Full Stack DR using numerous language-specific Software Development Kits (SDKs). Full Stack DR supports SDKs for the following languages:
For more information, see Software Development Kits and Command Line Interface.
2.2.5 Using other DevOps Tools
You can use the following DevOps tools to integrate with the Full Stack DR service:
- Terraform Provider
- Windows Powershell
For more information, see: DevOps Tools and Plug-ins.