Oracle Big Data Discovery Cloud Service depends on several underlying services in Oracle Public Cloud and supports the following service users and roles:
opc user in Big Data Cloud Service (BDCS),
bdd user in Big Data Discovery Cloud Service (BDDCS), and Studio admin user. You also need user access to VPN, Oracle Cloud Storage, and Hadoop Cloudera Manager.
User access to Oracle Cloud Services
Before provisioning BDDCS, create a user account in the Oracle Public Cloud (OPC). This is the account for logging into Oracle Public Cloud and into Big Data Cloud Service. At least one Big Data Cloud Service must be provisioned for your account.
You provide this account to your Oracle sales representative, so that they can place an order for BDDCS for you. See Oracle Cloud User Roles and Privileges in Getting Started with Oracle Cloud. You can use this Single Sign-On (SSO) account for logging into Oracle Public Cloud and into the BDCS, once you configure it.
User access to Oracle Cloud Storage, Hadoop and VPN
User access to Studio
User access to BDDCS Studio is controlled initially at BDDCS provisioning time. This is when you, as the service administrator, configure user name and password for the Studio admin user. Once BDDCS instance is up and running, you can log into Studio using these credentials. Next, you can change your admin user password in Studio, add more users in Studio, and control their privileges from within Studio.
You cannot integrate with an external LDAP system for managing Studio's users.
If you later change the Studio's database user account, use Update Credentials in the BDDCS console to also update this account in BDDCS. However, if you change the password for the Studio admin user (not the Studio's database user account), there is no need to update credentials in the BDDCS console.
For information on adding and managing users in Studio, see the Big Data Discovery Cloud Service Administrator's Guide.