Installing Oracle Policy Automation Hub Self Study Platform Part Three
So here we are, the OPA installer has run its course in the previous post (or if you need it, go back to part one). What do we need to look out for? Well, you probably want to connect to your Hub, right? Our guide to Installing Oracle Policy Automation is almost done.
On your Virtual Machine we might configure the Networking so that it can only see your laptop (or whatever physical machine you are using). Safer that way.
From your physical PC now, running the Oracle Policy Modeler (the same version as the Hub you installed), you should be able to access the hub by typing in the URL that you saw in the video – and in your own install – and the login and password you provided during the install.
And you are all set! Ready to get into the Hub! The final steps of Installing Oracle Policy Automation are at hand. It has certainly been worth it, because you are now autonomous and in a sandbox for your own learning.
Congratulations on following this guide all the way to the finish. Installing Oracle Policy Automation means you have the ability to learn and test yourself in a realistic environment, ready for the day when you use Oracle Policy Automation as part of a Project Team. There is another resource that may be helpful to you in this process – Getting Started with Oracle Policy Automation.
Of course if you have not had enough of installing things related to Oracle Policy Automation, then go install the Mobile App Self Study.
PS : If you are interested in an up-to-date installation walkthrough on Amazon Web Services in the cloud, then you can check out our Amazon Installation. The installation routine is basically the same, however there are some minor changes and of course it is good to keep up to date (the AWS installation was written up in 2020).