The predefined groups used to manage MySQL HeatWave Console access, described in Section 12.1, “Groups and Permissions”, are created in the OCI Default identity domain. For information, see https://docs.oracle.com/en-us/iaas/Content/Identity/domains/overview.htm#the_default_domain, in the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Documentation.
The predefined groups all start with
OracleMySQLHeatWave. Policies are defined for
each predefined group which enable the MySQL HeatWave on AWS resource
permissions outlined in Section 12.1, “Groups and Permissions”.
and policies are static. You must not modify them, add to
them, or remove them. If you do delete one of these groups,
MySQL HeatWave on AWS will stop working. In this case, submit a My Oracle
Support ticket to get the group re-added to your account,
specifying “MySQL HeatWave on AWS” as the product.
Because the predefined groups are created in OCI, you can define
further OCI policies using these groups to provide access to
other OCI resources. For example, you can create an OCI policy
that allows members of the
OracleMySQLHeatwaveDBUsers group to access
resources in an OCI tenancy. For information about OCI policies,