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    Laszlo Jagusztin
    Connect Developer Cloud to a GEN2 compute instanceAnswered
    Topic posted January 7, 2019 by Laszlo JagusztinGreen Ribbon: 100+ Points, last edited April 25, 2019 by Arijit ChakrabortyBronze Trophy: 5,000+ Points, tagged Project Configuration, Tip 
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    Title:
    Connect Developer Cloud to a GEN2 compute instance
    Summary:
    All documentations about Developer Service and Compute CLASSIC not GEN2
    Content:

    I would like to set up my first developer project.

    I have to connect my compute resources to the project, so I need Service instance ID and REST URL of my compute resources,

    But unable to get this information: all guides about Compute CLASSIC not GEN2. 

    How can I find the Service intance ID and REST URL in a GEN2 compute cloud?

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    Best Comment

    Laszlo Jagusztin

    Could you please help me how to create Compute Classic free trial that belongs to the same IDM domain that I have in the  Developer Service?

    I am unable to use the same UserID/Email address, ithe error is : already exists.

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    • Abhinav Shroff

      Currently, Developer Cloud supports Compute Classic and Storage Classic. OCI support for both compute and storage is a work in progress and we are in a process to release it soon. 

    • Laszlo Jagusztin

      Could you please help me how to create Compute Classic free trial that belongs to the same IDM domain that I have in the  Developer Service?

      I am unable to use the same UserID/Email address, ithe error is : already exists.

    • Abhinav Shroff

      You do not need a separate trial account for Compute. You should be able to see it on the MyServices dashboard. If not, then click on the Customize Dashboard tab and enable it by clicking on the show button in the list of services, as shown in the attached screenshot.