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How-to Video Tutorial - Operational Activities

Kevin Powe

Learn how to use Myst to perform common operational activities on your Oracle Cloud or Oracle Fusion Middleware Platform

Step 1: Checking for drift

As preparation for updating a live SOACS environment, we use MyST for Oracle Cloud to check for configuration drift.

Step 2: Creating A New JDBC Datasource

In this video, we create a new JDBC Datasource in our model by cloning an existing JDBC Datasource and modifying key properties.

Step 3: Updating With Dry Run

In this video, we use MyST for Oracle Cloud's dry run functionality to safely confirm exactly what changes would be applied to our live environment.

Photo by Ricardo Gomez Angel on Unsplash

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