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Oracle® Cloud Getting Started with Oracle Cloud
Release 12.2

Part Number E27036-02
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Preface

The preface explains how to use Getting Started with Oracle Cloud. It contains the following sections:

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Topic Overview

The Getting Started with Oracle Cloud document contains the following sections:

Title Description
Oracle Cloud Overview Offers a brief introduction to the Oracle Cloud environment and terminology.
Starting Trial and Paid Services Describes how to get trial and paid services started in Oracle Cloud.
Managing Service Users Describes how to add and manage Oracle Cloud service users and their privileges.
Operating and Monitoring Cloud Services Describes how to operate and monitor service performance and usage in Oracle Cloud services.
Securing Oracle Cloud Presents a brief overview of the primary security considerations and best practices for Oracle Cloud customers.

Audience

The document is intended for Oracle Cloud users who want to provision trial or paid services, monitor service usage, and manage service users on Oracle Cloud, and Oracle Cloud users who want to develop or use Oracle Cloud applications.

Documentation Accessibility

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