Understanding Standard Tags
Standard tags are tag namespace templates defined and managed by Oracle which customers can import into a tenancy's root compartment and get started with commonly used tags.
Required IAM Policy
If you are part of the Administrators group, then you have the required access for managing standard tags. Otherwise, you need permission to manage tags to import and update standard tags. For more policy samples specific to working with tags and tag namespaces, see Required Permissions for Working with Defined Tags.
If you are new to policies, see Getting Started with Policies and Common Policies. If you want to dig deeper into writing policies for groups or other IAM components, see Details for IAM without Identity Domains.
Standard Tag Namespaces
The following tag namespaces are currently available to import along with their intended use case. For the latest list of tag namespaces, check the import standard tags section on the console. To import standard tags using the console, see Import Standard Tags .
|Tag Namespaces||Use case Example|
|Oracle-ApplicationName||This tag mentions the type of Oracle workload the resource is being used for|
|Oracle-Standard||Tags are recommended by Oracle to have a consistency across your tenancy|
|Oracle-Vendor||Oracle vendor tags|
Regularly defined tags are of two types - String and Enum. Whereas standard tags have three types of Enum tags:
- String: Accepts any string as a value.
- Immutable Enum: Oracle controls the value list and users cannot modify this list.
- Appendable Enum: The existing values cannot be altered but new ones can be added to the list.
- Mutable Enum: The value list can be modified as required.