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What's New for Oracle Cloud Marketplace Partner Portal

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September 2019

What’s New for Oracle Cloud Marketplace Partner Portal

Here’s an overview of new features and enhancements added recently to improve your Oracle Cloud Marketplace Partner Portal experience.

September 2019

Feature Description

Paid listings

You can now create paid listings for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure image and stack listings. You can also view reports for your paid listings. See Start a listing and How do I get report data? in Using Oracle Cloud Marketplace Partner Portal.

April 2019

Feature Description

Published Image OCID

The Artifact Details page now displays Published Image OCID. See How do I manage my artifacts? in Using Oracle Cloud Marketplace Partner Portal.

Unpublish a package version

You can unpublish a published version of a package. See How do I unpublish a package version? in Using Oracle Cloud Marketplace Partner Portal.

February 2019

Feature Description

Usage data

The Customer Instances page provides valuable usage data for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure images. See How do I view usage information for OCI images? in Using Oracle Cloud Marketplace Partner Portal.

January 2019

Feature Description

Usage information

For application listings, partners can add usage information that will help customers to use the application after launching the instance. See Starting a listing in Using Oracle Cloud Marketplace Partner Portal.

October 2018

Feature Description

OCI tenancies

Partners who are approved for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Service can add Oracle Cloud Infrastructure tenancies from the My Company page. See How do I add an Oracle Cloud Infrastructure tenancy? in Using Oracle Cloud Marketplace Partner Portal.

For APIs, see Tenancy Resources in REST API for Oracle Cloud Marketplace Publisher.

OCI install package

Partners who are approved for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Services can create Oracle Cloud Infrastructure install packages. See How do I build an OCI install package for my app? in Using Oracle Cloud Marketplace Partner Portal.

For APIs, see Application Package - V2 and Create Application Package — V2 in REST API for Oracle Cloud Marketplace Publisher.

Multiple package versions

Create and manage multiple package versions for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure packages. See How do I create multiple package versions? and How do I build an OCI install package for my app? in Using Oracle Cloud Marketplace Partner Portal.

Artifacts

Partners who are approved for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Services can create and manage artifacts. Partners can use the artifacts when building Oracle Cloud Infrastructure install packages. See How do I create an artifact? in Using Oracle Cloud Marketplace Partner Portal.

For APIs, see Artifact Resources in REST API for Oracle Cloud Marketplace Publisher.

Tag customer success story with related Oracle Cloud service

For service listings, you can tag every customer success story with one or more related Oracle Cloud services. See Starting a listing in Using Oracle Cloud Marketplace Partner Portal.

Self-Paced Training

For app listings, you can include a link to a self-paced training. See Starting a listing in Using Oracle Cloud Marketplace Partner Portal.

Search listings by selecting a service type

On the Listings page, you can search for listings by selecting a service type. See How do I manage my listings? in Using Oracle Cloud Marketplace Partner Portal.

July 2018

Feature Description

Developer Instances page

The Developer Instances page has been updated. See How do I get a cloud instance to use for development? in Using Oracle Cloud Marketplace Partner Portal.

Become a Publisher page

You can now choose to register as an Oracle Cloud developer from the Become a Publisher page. See Step 3: Complete the publisher application and How do I become an Oracle Cloud Marketplace developer? in Using Oracle Cloud Marketplace Partner Portal.

June 2018

Feature Description

User Interface upgrade

Partner Portal has a new user interface. See Using Oracle Cloud Marketplace Partner Portal.

May 2018

Feature Description

Build an OIC install package

Partners who are approved for Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) Service can create OIC install packages. See How do I build an OIC install package for my app? in Using Oracle Cloud Marketplace Partner Portal.

April 2018

Feature Description

Test the install package of an archived listing

You can test the install package of an archived listing. See How do I test the install package of an archived listing? in Using Oracle Cloud Marketplace Partner Portal.

Option to uninstall an app that was upgraded when testing a package

When testing an install package, you can now uninstall the app that was upgraded. See Step 3: Test the package in Using Oracle Cloud Marketplace Partner Portal.

December 2017

Feature Description

Unsupported shapes

When building an install package for an app that runs on a virtual machine, the Configure Image section now allows you to select unsupported shapes. See How do I build an install package for apps that run on virtual machines? in Using Oracle Cloud Marketplace Partner Portal.

November 2017

Feature Description
Activity stream The Activity Stream section on the Home page shows activity such as new listings, changes made to a listing, listing status changes, and changes made to listing information. See How do I view activity? in Using Oracle Cloud Marketplace Partner Portal.

October 2017

Feature Description
Automatically publish your listings You can choose to automatically publish your listings on approval. See How do I submit a listing for approval? in Using Oracle Cloud Marketplace Partner Portal.
Email notification for autopublished listings If you had opted to autopublish your listing on approval, you will be notified through email after your listing is published to Oracle Cloud Marketplace. See What are the basic steps for listing apps or services on the marketplace? in Using Oracle Cloud Marketplace Partner Portal.

September 2017

Feature Description
Tag related documents for Oracle only If you have documents you want to be available only internally to Oracle (for example, for the Oracle Sales team), you can mark them as such. These documents will display in the Marketplace listing details page only if the user is logged in with an @oracle.com email address. See Starting a listing in Using Oracle Cloud Marketplace Partner Portal.
Select region for app listings You can select the regions where users would be interested in your app. See Starting a Listing in Using Oracle Cloud Marketplace Partner Portal.
Expanded instructions in user guide Some of the information in the user guide has been expanded to provide further instructions or details on fields and concepts. See the following topics in Using Oracle Cloud Marketplace Partner Portal:

June 2017

Feature Description
Enhanced Terms of Use management You can create multiple terms of use for your apps and select the appropriate version when you create your app install package. See How do I create terms of use for my apps? and Step 1: Define the Package in Using Oracle Cloud Marketplace Partner Portal.

October 2016

Feature Description
Cloud Platform Ready You can update the content in a Cloud Platform Ready fast track listing, see How do I change my Cloud Platform Ready listing content? in Using Oracle Cloud Marketplace Partner Portal, or convert the listing to a full marketplace listing, see How do I convert my Cloud Platform Ready listing to a Full Marketplace listing? in Using Oracle Cloud Marketplace Partner Portal.

June 2016

Feature Description
Oracle Cloud Platform Ready Apps Reduce the time it takes to get your app listing on Oracle Cloud Marketplace. Become a Publisher and register your app as Oracle Cloud Platform Ready. See Step 3: Complete the publisher application in Using Oracle Cloud Marketplace Partner Portal.
Download by using a Temporary URL Protect your downloadable assets by providing a temporary URL that expires after a configured duration.
Multiple Services for Service Integrators Configure services that you provide by service types. Visitors to marketplace can search for providers of a specific service type. See Start a listing in Using Oracle Cloud Marketplace Partner Portal.

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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