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Oracle® Cloud Using Oracle Java Cloud Service
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Preface

Using Oracle Java Cloud Service explains how to manage, monitor, and develop applications using Oracle Java Cloud Service.

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Topic Overview

This document contains the following sections:

Title Description
Introducing Oracle Java Cloud Service Introduces Oracle Java Cloud Service.
Managing Oracle Java Cloud Service Describes how to manage Oracle Java Cloud Service.
Monitoring Oracle Java Cloud Service Describes how to monitor Oracle Java Cloud Service, including using Oracle Java Cloud Service Control and the command line interface (CLI) available in the Oracle Java Cloud Service SDK.
Developing Applications for Oracle Java Cloud Service Describes the types of applications Oracle Java Cloud Service supports as well as discusses supported and unsupported capabilities.

Audience

This document is intended for administrators or application developers who are using Oracle Java Cloud Service. This guide assumes you are familiar with web technologies and have a general understanding of Java development environments.

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