Get Started with Oracle Platform Services
This topic helps you get started with Oracle Platform Services on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
Oracle Platform Services are not available in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Government Cloud tenancies.
Supported Platform Services
The following platform services are supported on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure:
- Analytics Cloud
- API Platform Cloud Service
- Autonomous Data Warehouse
- Autonomous Mobile Cloud Enterprise
- Content Management Cloud
- Data Hub Cloud Service
- Data Integration Platform Cloud
- Database Cloud Service
- Event Hub Cloud Service
- Java Cloud Service
- NoSQL Database Cloud Service
- SOA Cloud Service
- Visual Builder
For services that are supported on both Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Classic, you can choose Oracle Cloud Infrastructure during instance creation by selecting an appropriate region.
Understand the Infrastructure Prerequisites
Before creating instances of your service on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, you must create certain resources in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure for use by your platform service instances.
Learn About Service-Specific Differences and Workflows
Broadly, the service features are the same regardless of the infrastructure you choose (Oracle Cloud Infrastructure or Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Classic), but differences may exist in some services. And the workflows for creating instances on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure may vary across services.
See the following documentation:
|Data Hub Cloud Service||About Oracle Data Hub Cloud Service Clusters in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure|
|Database Cloud Service||About Database Deployments in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure|
|Event Hub Cloud Service||About Instances in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure|
|Java Cloud Service||About Java Cloud Service Instances in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure|
|SOA Cloud Service||About SOA Cloud Service Instances in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Classic and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure|
REST API Endpoints for Platform Services
You can use the following URL structure to access the REST API endpoints for a Platform Service:
<endpoint_path>is the relative path that defines the REST resource. For a list of available paths, refer to the REST API documentation for the specific service.
<rest_server>is the REST server. Choose the REST server based on the region in which your platform service was created. Refer to the following table.
<account_name> is your tenant name or cloud account name
<account_id> is the alphanumeric ID of your tenant name or cloud account
You can find <account_name> or <account_id> in either:
- The welcome email sent to your cloud account administrator
- The URL used to access the console for the Platform Service