Oracle® Cloud

What's New in Oracle Cloud

Release 19.3

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September 2019

What’s New in Oracle Cloud

This chapter lists the new features and enhancements in Applications console, Infrastructure Classic console, and other changes in Oracle Cloud:

September 2019

Learn about the new and changed features in Applications Console, Infrastructure Classic Console, Subscriptions, and other changes in Oracle Cloud.

New and Changed Features in Free Oracle Cloud Promotion

Feature Description

All Oracle Cloud Infrastructure accounts have a set of resources that are available free of charge for the life of the account.

All Oracle Cloud Infrastructure accounts (whether free or paid) have a set of resources that are available free of charge for the life of the account. These resources are called Always Free resources. See Oracle Cloud Infrastructure's Free Tier in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure documentation.

New and Changed Features in Applications Console and Infrastructure Classic Console

Feature Description
Accessing Oracle Cloud services from the Oracle Cloud web console

All Infrastructure (IaaS) services and platform (PaaS) services are available directly from the Infrastructure Console.

If you see Infrastructure Classic at the top of the page when you sign in to Oracle Cloud, then you are using the Infrastructure Classic Console to access your services and your subscription does not support access to the Infrastructure Console. My Services application is now rebranded as Infrastructure Classic Console.

All Oracle Cloud Applications are available from the Applications Console.

See Navigate to Your Cloud Services in Getting Started with Oracle Cloud.

Changes in the Dashboard
  • Account Management tile on the Dashboard is now called Manage Account tile.

  • The Users button is no longer available on the Dashboard. To access the Users page, open the navigation menu. Under Account Management, click Users.
  • The Customize Dashboard tile no longer available on the Dashboard. To open the Customize Dashboard dialog box, click gear icon next to Dashboard.
Changes in the left navigation menu In addition to accessing services from the navigation menu on the left, you can now switch between the different consoles or dashboards to work with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and Application services. On the left navigation menu, under Dashboards you'll find the consoles listed depending on your subscriptions. See Switch Between the Consoles in Getting Started with Oracle Cloud.

July 2019

Learn about the new and changed features in My Services, Subscriptions, and other changes in Oracle Cloud.

New Features in Subscriptions

Feature Description

Provisioning Oracle Cloud Applications

If you've subscribed to Oracle Cloud Applications or you have those entitlements in your account, then you can provision these services from the Applications Administration dashboard before your users can start using them.

See Get Started with Oracle Cloud Applications in Getting Started with Oracle Cloud.

New and Changed Features in My Services

Feature Description

Applications Administration dashboard for Oracle Cloud Applications instances

When you work with Oracle Cloud Applications instances, the Applications Administration dashboard appears. You can use the Applications Administration dashboard to provision Oracle Cloud Applications instances. To manage other aspects of your Cloud Account and services, use the My Services dashboard.

April 2019

Learn about the new and changed features in My Services, Subscriptions, and other changes in Oracle Cloud.

New and Changed Features in Free and Paid Oracle Cloud Promotion

Feature Description

New step-by-step sign up flow for free Oracle Cloud Promotion users

A new step-by-step sign up process is introduced for users who want to try the free Oracle Cloud Promotion.

See Sign Up for the Free Oracle Cloud Promotion in Getting Started with Oracle Cloud.

Similarly, the sign up process for users who want to sign up for a paid Cloud Account has also been updated.

See Sign Up for a Paid Cloud Account in Getting Started with Oracle Cloud.

Documentation Accessibility

For information about Oracle's commitment to accessibility, visit the Oracle Accessibility Program website at http://www.oracle.com/pls/topic/lookup?ctx=acc&id=docacc.

Access to Oracle Support

Oracle customers that have purchased support have access to electronic support through My Oracle Support. For information, visit http://www.oracle.com/pls/topic/lookup?ctx=acc&id=info or visit http://www.oracle.com/pls/topic/lookup?ctx=acc&id=trs if you are hearing impaired.


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