Managing and Monitoring Oracle Cloud describes how you can manage and monitor your subscriptions. In addition, this document describes how to update or terminate your subscriptions, and manage user accounts, contacts and notifications.


Topic Overview

This document contains the following sections:

Title Description

Overview of Managing Oracle Cloud Accounts and Services

Provides an overview of the Cloud Portal applications that you use to manage your subscriptions and users.

My Account Administration

Describes how to use the My Account application to monitor performance and usage of Oracle Cloud services.

Performing Service-Specific Tasks

Describes how to use the Infrastructure Classic Console or Applications Console to operate and monitor performance and usage of Oracle Cloud services.

Upgrading Subscriptions

Describes how to update your subscriptions, extend your trial subscription and terminate your subscription.

Managing Users, User Accounts, and Roles

Describes how to add and manage users and their privileges.


This document is primarily for administrators who are responsible for monitoring service usage and performance, for updating subscriptions to Oracle Cloud services, for managing other administrators, for managing services and service instances, for exporting data and for managing user roles.

Related Documents

For additional documentation related to your Oracle Cloud service, visit the Oracle Cloud website at:

On the navigation pane, under Product Help, click Documentation to access the Oracle Cloud Documentation home page. Search or browse the library for documentation specific to your application, infrastructure, or platform cloud service.


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