The Infrastructure Classic Console or Applications Console contains main sections such as Dashboard and Active Services that enable an administrator to monitor services, manage users, and manage account.
You can navigate to different pages of Infrastructure Classic Console or Applications Console by:
Using the navigation icons on the top-right corner of the application.
Using the quick navigation menu on the top-left corner of the application.
Using Navigation Icons
Use the navigation icons in Infrastructure Classic Console or Applications Console to view different pages of the application.
Notifications: Click the bell icon to open the All Notifications page for monitoring ongoing service outages and planned service outages that Oracle schedules for service maintenance.
Help: Click the at any time to view documentation or tutorials or to contact Oracle Support.
- Preferences: Click to open the Preferences dialog box to change the preferences for language, time zone, service announcements, and notifications.
Users: Click to view your user name and the cloud account or identity domain name. This also provides access to the pages, such as Change Password, My Home, My Admin Accounts, and My Profile.
Using the Quick Navigation Menu
You can also navigate to different pages of Infrastructure Classic Console or Applications Console by using the quick navigation menu icon located at the top-left corner of the page header. Clicking the quick navigation menu displays a drop-down window with links to the following sections:
Dashboards: The dashboards or consoles that are available for you depends your subscriptions to Oracle Cloud services.
If your Oracle Cloud account has only Oracle Cloud Applications subscriptions, then you'll have access to Applications Console to create service instances and manage your services.
If your Oracle Cloud account has both Oracle Cloud infrastructure services and Oracle Cloud Applications services subscriptions, then you'll have access to Infrastructure Classic Console or Infrastructure Console as well as the Applications Console.
If your Oracle Cloud account has Oracle Cloud infrastructure or platform services subscriptions, then you'll have access to either Infrastructure Console or Infrastructure Classic Console to create your service instances and to manage aspects of your overall Oracle Cloud Account.
Services: Displays a list of subscribed services and service instances with links to service consoles. If there are multiple service instances for a specific service type, then they are prefixed with the data region name that they are located in. Numerical suffix is displayed whenever there's more than one link for a service type. For example,
Account Management: Use this page to monitor your service usage, view notifications, manage users, and manage your account.
Users: If there's more than one data region for a cloud account, then the corresponding user management links are displayed here. For example, if your cloud account includes North America and EMEA data regions, then the corresponding user management links are displayed in this section. When you click these links, you'll be taken to the user management pages of those regions specifically. For example, if you click EMEA, you can view all the users of that region from the Users page.