The Orchestrations page shows you a list of your orchestrations and the status of each orchestration.
To complete this task, you must have the
Compute_Operations role. If this role isn’t assigned to you or you’re not sure, then ask your system administrator to ensure that the role is assigned to you in Oracle Cloud My Services. See Modifying User Roles in Managing and Monitoring Oracle Cloud.
- Sign in to the Compute Classic console. If your domain spans multiple sites, select the appropriate site. To change the site, click the Site menu near the top of the page.
- Click the Orchestrations tab.All orchestrations are displayed, with information about their description and status.
You can filter the list of orchestrations according to their category or status. To view orchestrations with a specific status (such as ready, error, or stopped), click the Show menu and select the appropriate filter. To view orchestrations of a specific category (such as all or personal), click the Category menu and select the appropriate filter.
- Go to the orchestration that you want to view and, from the menu, select View.The orchestration details page displays the orchestration JSON along with other information about objects created by the orchestration, such as instances, IP networks, interfaces on IP networks, storage volumes, and so on.
To get a list of your orchestrations using the CLI, use the
opc compute orchestration-v2 list command and to view the details of an orchestration, use the
opc compute rchestration-v2 get command. For help with these commands, run each command with the
-h option. For the instructions to install the CLI client, see Preparing to Use the Compute Classic CLI in CLI Reference for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Compute Classic.
To get a list of your orchestrations v2 using the API, use the
GET /platform/v1/orchestration/container/ method and to view the details of an orchestration, use the
GET /platform/v1/orchestration/name/ method. See REST API for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Compute Classic.
For information about the status of an orchestration, see Orchestration v2 Life Cycle.