Typical Workflow for Using Exadata Cloud at Customer

To start using Oracle Database Exadata Cloud at Customer, refer to the following tasks as a guide:

Task Description More Information

Add and manage users and roles

Create accounts for your users and assign them appropriate privileges. Assign the necessary Exadata Cloud at Customer roles.

Adding Users and Assigning Roles in Getting Started with Oracle Cloud, and About Exadata Cloud at Customer Roles and Users

Create an SSH key pair

Create SSH public/private key pairs to facilitate secure access to the compute nodes associated with your database deployments.

Generating a Secure Shell (SSH) Public/Private Key Pair

Create a service instance.

Use a wizard to create a new service instance, which provisions the Exadata Database Machine that hosts your database deployments.

Creating an Exadata Cloud at Customer Instance

Create a database deployment

Use a wizard to create a new database deployment.

Creating a Database Deployment

Enable network access

Permit access to network services associated with your database deployments.

About Network Access to Exadata Cloud at Customer

Load data into the database

Use standard Oracle Database tools to load data into your databases.

Loading Data into the Oracle Database on Exadata Cloud at Customer

Monitor database deployments

Check on the health and performance of individual database deployments.

Monitoring and Managing Oracle Database on Exadata Cloud at Customer

Monitor the service

Check on the day-to-day operation of your service, monitor performance, and review important notifications.

Managing and Monitoring Oracle Cloud Services in Managing and Monitoring Oracle Cloud

Patch a database deployment

Apply a patch or roll back a patch.

Patching Exadata Cloud at Customer

Back up a database deployment

Back up a database or restore a database from a backup.

Backing Up and Restoring Databases on Exadata Cloud at Customer