Starter vs. Premium Edition

The Oracle Content Management Starter Edition offers a free content service tier with a limited feature set and limits on the number of users, assets, sites, and other items. However, it's sufficient to work with Oracle Content Management out of the box.

To take advantage of the full feature set and to increase the number of users and other items, upgrade to the Premium Edition.

The following table shows a comparison of the features and limits in the Starter Edition vs. the Premium Edition.

Feature Starter Edition Premium Edition
Users Limited support icon

Only 5 users

No limit for SaaS entitlement

Supported icon

Unlimited

Repositories Limited support icon

Only one asset repository; no business repositories

Supported icon

Unlimited business and asset repositories

Digital assets and content items Limited support icon
  • Only 5,000 assets for free (25,000 if bundled with a SAAS service)
  • Includes out-of-the-box asset types for images, videos, and files
  • Only 5 custom asset types
  • No image editing or custom renditions (supports automated renditions)
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Unlimited

Taxonomies Limited support icon

Only one taxonomy

Supported icon

Unlimited

Publishing channels Limited support icon

Only one publishing channel, not including site channel

Supported icon

Unlimited

Workflows Limited support icon

Only basic out-of-the-box approve/reject workflow

Supported icon

Unlimited

Translation Jobs Unsupported icon Supported icon
Sites Limited support icon

Only one site; no site governance

Supported icon

Unlimited; full access

Experience orchestrations Limited support icon

Only one experience

Supported icon

Unlimited

Recommendations Limited support icon

Only one recommendation

Supported icon

Unlimited

Developer interface Supported icon Supported icon
Analytics Limited support icon

Only basic usage metrics (dashboard)

Supported icon
Documents Unsupported icon Supported icon
Conversations Limited support icon

No standalone conversations

Supported icon

Full access

Integrations Limited support icon

Only webhooks, proxy service, and APIs

Supported icon

Full access

Smart tags and search Supported icon Supported icon
Smart authoring Unsupported icon Supported icon
Video Plus Unsupported icon Supported icon
Capture Limited support icon

Only one procedure; no XML

Supported icon

Unlimited; full access

CDN Supported icon Supported icon
Vanity URLs Unsupported icon Supported icon
Mobile apps Unsupported icon Supported icon
Desktop app/sync client Unsupported icon Supported icon
Microsoft Office integration Unsupported icon Supported icon
Adobe Creative Cloud extension Unsupported icon Supported icon
Oracle Content Management groups Supported icon Supported icon
Regions in which Gen2 OCI is deployed All All
Support for non-primary instances Unsupported icon Supported icon
Support for delayed upgrade Unsupported icon Supported icon
Support for private instances (FastConnect) Unsupported icon Supported icon
Home page Limited support icon

Doesn't show Recent Items or Quick Links

Supported icon

Upgrade to the Premium Edition

View the guided tour on upgrading to the Premium Edition.

To take advantage of the full feature set and remove all restrictions, upgrade to the Premium Edition:

  1. Navigate to the Subscription Details page to see what type of Oracle Cloud account you have:
    1. Sign in to Oracle Cloud as the cloud account administrator. You can find your account name and login information in your welcome email.
    2. In the Infrastructure Console, click Navigation menu icon in the top left to open the navigation menu, click Governance & Administration, then click Cost Management.
    3. On the Cost Analytics page, click View subscription details.

    If you have a Universal Credit account, continue with the steps to upgrade your instance to the Premium Edition. If you have a SaaS service subscription, talk to your Oracle account representative.

  2. In the OCI Console, click Navigation menu icon , click Developer Services, then, under Content Management, click Instances. This opens the Content Management Instances page.
  3. Open your instance.
  4. Click Edit Instance.
  5. Change the License Type to Premium Edition, and then click Save Changes.
  6. Sign back in to Oracle Content Management to see all features unlocked and restrictions removed.