Oracle Analytics Cloud (OAC) instances may now be enabled with a private access channel (PAC) to reach private data sources.
Private Access Channel compliments and provides an alternative to Remote Data Gateway (RDG) for the private data sources it supports. Both PAC and RDG may be used within the same instance of OAC. There may be sources that PAC supports and RDG does not and vice-versa.
This post is a step-by-step guide for enabling PAC within a public or private OAC instance. This is one of the post listed in the OAC Private End Point Series.
January 29, 2020 with OAC 5.9
Before You Begin
Deploying Required Networking Components
Configuring the Private Access Channel
Viewing the Enabled Private Access Channel
All names and addresses used in this post are for examples only.
User accounts in OCI tenancies for managing Analytics components.
OAC is provisioned with a private endpoint.
OAC is provisioned with a public endpoint.
For a public OAC, the following table lists additional networking components that may be required with links for reference.
|VCN||Contains the subnet hosting PAC||link|
|SUBNET||Hosts the PAC endpoints||link|
The following tables lists the additional components with example values.
Create or use an existing VCN in the same region as OAC
|NAME||CIDR||Use DNS hostnames in this VCN|
Create or use an existing subnet in the PAC VCN
|VCN||NAME||CIDR||Use DNS hostnames in this SUBNET||ROUTE TABLE||SECURITY LIST||DHCP OPTIONS|
In the OCI Console, navigate to Analytics > Analytics Cloud.
Select the Compartment containing a private OAC or the compartment containing the VCN created for a public OAC.
Click the Instance Name to be configured.
Under Resources click Private Access Channel
Click Configure Private Access Channel
Complete the PAC dialog
Enter a Name
For a public OAC choose the Compartment and VCN for the PAC. For a private OAC this defaults to the VCN hosting OAC.
For a public OAC choose the Subnet for the PAC. For a private OAC this defaults to the subnet hosting OAC.
For the DNS Zone select Virtual Cloud Network's domain name as DNS zone. Click X to close the additional zone dialog
Once OAC is available again, view the PAC details. Note the two private egress IP addresses.
This post provided a step-by-step guide for enabling PAC within a public or private OAC instance.
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