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Oracle Cloud Infrastructure
Uses of Oracle Cloud Infrastructures
Oracle Cloud infrastructure diagrams are used to design and manage the structural components of Oracle Cloud applications. Developers can combine a variety of Oracle computing resources to improve data processing performance, build custom cloud environments, and scale existing cloud operations.
Oracle Cloud diagrams are most often used to:
- Visualize cloud computing infrastructure
- Document all computing components
- Scale and troubleshoot network solutions
- Evaluate the efficiency of computing resources
With Cacoo, your whole team can collaborate on the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure template. Add OCI icons, draw connections, and name your network elements together in real-time.
How to create your own Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Diagram
To begin, open the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure template and corresponding OCI icons in Cacoo.
Think about all the internal and external components involved in the cloud architecture, such as VPNs, host servers, databases, and storage.
Add relevant icons to the template, and remove any symbols you don’t need.
Use the arrows to define the connections and computing structure.