Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is a computing service providing servers, storage, network, applications, and services.
Creating a User Account for Lucidum
Before configuring the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure connector in Lucidum, you must first create a user account for Lucidum. Lucidum will use the user account to access the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure API.
To fetch information from Oracle Cloud API, you first need to create a user and put that user in at least one IAM group with any desired read-only permissions. For more details, see https://docs.cloud.oracle.com/iaas/Content/GSG/Tasks/addingusers.htm. For example, the policy created in the tenancy may be: Common Policies (oracle.com)
Allow group [user_iam_group] to inspect all-resources in tenancy
Configuring the Connector for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
To configure Lucidum to ingest data from Oracle Cloud Infrastructure:
Log in to Lucidum.
In the left pane, click Connector.
In the Connector page, click Add Connector.
Scroll until you find the Connector you want to configure. Click Connect. The Settings page appears.
In the Settings page, enter the following:
User OCID (required): Specify the Oracle Cloud Identifier (OCID). For more details on User OCID, see Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Documentation - Where to Get the Tenancy's OCID and User's OCID.
Oracle Private Key File (required) - Upload an RSA key pair in PEM format (minimum 2048 bits). For more details on generating the key, see Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Documentation - How to Generate an API Signing Key.
API Key Fingerprint (required) - Specify the key fingerprint. The fingerprint is shown under the “API keys” of the user profile:
Tenancy OCID (required) - Specify your tenancy Oracle Cloud Identifier (OCID). For more details on User OCID, see Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Documentation - Where to Get the Tenancy's OCID and User's OCID.
Region (required) - Specify your primary Region Identifier. For the complete region list, see Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Documentation - Regions and Availability Domains.
HTTP Proxy Host - IP address of the proxy host that allows communication with on-premises devices.
HTTP Proxy Port - Port of the proxy host that allows communication with on-premises devices.
Verify SSL. For future use.
To test the configuration, click Test.
If the connector is not configured correctly, Lucidum displays an error message.