Before using Oracle Application Container Cloud Service, ensure that your Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Object Storage Classic account is active. You must also have the necessary user roles. It’s also useful to be familiar with other related Oracle Cloud services and the technologies that Oracle Application Container Cloud Service uses, such as Java SE, Java Flight Recorder, and Java Mission Control.
For details about service activation, see Requesting and Managing Free Oracle Cloud Promotions or Buying an Oracle Cloud Subscription in Getting Started with Oracle Cloud. For details about required user roles, see About Oracle Application Container Cloud Service Roles and Users.
When you purchase a subscription for Oracle Application Container Cloud Service, you automatically also get a subscription for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Object Storage Classic and Oracle Developer Cloud Service. You can also purchase other subscriptions, such as Oracle Database Cloud Service and Oracle Messaging Cloud Service, if needed for your application.
Oracle Application Container Cloud Service uses the following technologies:
If you’re new to Java SE, learn about it at Java Platform, Standard Edition (Java SE).
Java Flight Recorder
Java Flight Recorder (JFR) generates detailed recordings of the Java Virtual Machine (JVM) and the application it is running. The recorded data includes an execution profile, garbage collection statistics, optimization decisions, object allocation, heap statistics, and latency events for locks and I/O. See the Java Flight Recorder Runtime Guide in the Java Components Documentation.
Java Mission Control
The Java Mission Control (JMC) is a set of tools that run on the JDK and interact with a JVM to deliver advanced, unobtrusive Java monitoring and management. See the Java Mission Control User’s Guide in the Java Components Documentation.