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OCCS and "intra-Oracle-cloud" rules connecting to DBCS

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edited Dec 31, 2018 12:48PM in Containers and Kubernetes 4 comments


OCCS and "intra-Oracle-cloud" rules connecting to DBCS



Was reading   by ​ on connecting to DBCS from a container in OCCS and I see it requires to open connections to DBCS from everywhere (the rule uses a Source as "PUBLIC-INTERNET", Destination as "DB" on port TCP Port 1521).


This means the DB accept connections from anywhere, doesn't sound like the ideal setup to me ...


Is there a plan to add OCCS to other Oracle cloud services as "source"? A way to enable a connection to my DBCS instance only from OCCS containers and not the public internet?

Or is OCCS for now something completely separate from other Oracle cloud things and so better to not expect some kind of "intra-Oracle-cloud" rules for communication between services?


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