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This post the covers the  Answer of the Question asked by one of our reader which is " Is OCI or OCI-C in IDCS ?"

Before Going to the question, let us understand What is OCI, OCI-C, and IDCS?

Basically, when we look into the cloud service model, it is categorized into three types:

  • SaaS (Software as a Service)
  • PaaS (Platform as a Service)
  • IaaS  (Infrastructure as a Service)

Both OCI and OCI-C are platforms for IaaS:

OCI (Oracle Cloud Infrastructure - Classic)

  • formerly called Oracle Public Cloud (OPC)
  • Based on Xen hypervisor
  • Offers VMs only
  • Elastic of Dedicated Compute

OCI (Oracle Cloud Infrastructure)

  • Essentially a rebranding of Oracle's Bare Metal Cloud Service (BMCS)
  • Hypervisor-based on KVM
  • Offers VMs and Bare Metal compute
  • Compute, Availability Domain, Virtual Cloud Network, and Edge deployment

If you want to know more about OCI & OCI-C and it's different, please have  a look to our blog  on  OCI vs OCI-C: IaaS from Oracle

If you want to enhance your skills by Learning Oracle Cloud Infrastructure  (Click Here)

IDCS (Identity Cloud Service )

Oracle Identity Cloud Service provides identity management, single-sign-on (SSO) and identity governance for applications on-premise, in the cloud and mobile applications. Any user can access the application at any time, anywhere on a device in a secure manner. Oracle IDCS integrates directly with existing directories and identity management system, making it easier for users to access applications. Providing a platform that is robust and secure, allows users to access, develop and deploy their applications.

if you want to know more about IDCS please have a look to  our blog on Oracle Identity Cloud Service (IDCS) Overview & Concepts

Now the question is  " Is OCI or OCI-C in IDCS"?

Yes IDCS is part of both OCI & OCI-C as both are Offerings from Oracle Cloud with different functionality and both needs to be secured, so IDCS played a vital role in securing your cloud data  enforcing various roles, user, groups, and policy, however, you can also integrate your on-premise data via Oracle Identity Cloud Service.

If you want to learn Oracle Identity Cloud Service (Click Here)

Please comment and let us know if you have any doubts and issue.

 

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