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Oracle® Cloud Using Oracle Database Cloud Service
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Preface

Using Oracle Database Cloud Service describes how to provision, monitor, and manage Oracle Database Cloud Services (Database Cloud Services) and provides references to documentation explaining how to develop and use Database Cloud Service applications.

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Topic Overview

This document contains the following sections:

Title Description
Chapter 1, "Introducing Oracle Database Cloud Service" Offers a brief introduction to Oracle Database Cloud Service environment.
Chapter 2, "Managing Oracle Database Cloud Service" Describes how to provision services, purchase services, provision users, update service details and terminate a service.
Chapter 3, "Monitoring Oracle Database Cloud Service" Describes service metrics and service utilization.
Chapter 4, "Developing Applications for Oracle Database Cloud Service" Describes everything the user needs to know to develop, install, and use Oracle Application Express applications.
Appendix A, "Database Cloud Service Features and Implementation Considerations" This section describes differences when running Application Express applications from the Oracle Cloud.

Audience

Using Oracle Database Cloud Service is intended for Oracle Cloud users who want to provision, monitor, and manage Oracle Database Cloud Services (Database Cloud Services) and Database Cloud Service users who want to develop or use Database Cloud Service applications.

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