To start using Oracle Data Hub Cloud Service, refer to the following tasks as a guide. Some of these tasks are performed only by administrators.
|Sign up for a free credit promotion or purchase a subscription||Provide your information, and sign up for a free credit promotion or purchase a subscription to Oracle Data Hub Cloud Service.||How to Begin with Oracle Data Hub Cloud Service Subscriptions|
|Add and manage users and roles||Optionally create additional accounts for your cloud users and assign them appropriate privileges and roles.||
Adding Users and Assigning Roles in Getting Started with Oracle Cloud
|Access the service console||Access the service console.||Accessing the Oracle Data Hub Cloud Service Console|
|Create an SSH key pair||Create SSH public/private key pairs to facilitate secure access to all virtual machines in your service.||Generating a Secure Shell (SSH) Public/Private Key Pair|
|Create a cluster||Create a QuickStart cluster based on a standard template, or a custom cluster that meets your precise requirements.|
|Enable network access||
Permit access to network services associated with your clusters.
For clusters in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, the required access rules are enabled automatically.
|About Network Access|
|Monitor clusters||Check on the health and performance of individual clusters.||Monitoring the Health of a Cluster|
|Monitor the service||Check on the day-to-day operation of your service, monitor performance, and review important notifications.||Managing and Monitoring Oracle Cloud Services in Managing and Monitoring Oracle Cloud|
|Patch the cluster||Apply a patch or roll back a patch.|
|Back up the cluster||Initiate on-demand backups, schedule automated backups, set up retention policies and storage for backups, download backups, and manage backups (restore, archive and delete).|
|Scale the cluster||
Add or remove nodes in preparation for increased or reduced load on a cluster.
Change the shape of a node or add storage to a node.
|Stop, start, or restart the cluster||Stop, start, or restart the cluster.||Stopping, Starting, and Restarting a Cluster|
|Delete the cluster||Delete a cluster when it’s no longer necessary.||Deleting a Cluster|