Instances Page

The Oracle Database Cloud Service Instances page displays all deployments on Oracle Database Cloud Service.

What You Can Do From the Oracle Database Cloud Service Instances Page

Use the Oracle Database Cloud Service Instances page to perform the tasks described in the following topics:

What You See on the Oracle Database Cloud Service Instances Page

The following table describes the key information shown on the Oracle Database Cloud Service Instances page.

Element Description

navigation navigation menu

Navigation menu providing access to My Services and other Oracle Cloud services in the identity domain.

Username menu

User menu providing access to help, accessibility options, console version information and sign-out.

Dashboard button

Click to go to the My Services Dashboard page.

Users button

Click to go to the My Services Users page.

Notifications button

Click to go to the My Services Notifications page.

Activity

Click to go to the Activity Page.

SSH Access

Click to go to the SSH Access Page.

Welcome!

Click to go to the Oracle Database Cloud Service console Welcome page.

REST APIs

Click to go to the API Catalog Cloud Service.

Platform Services menu after REST APIs

Menu that provides access to Platform Services.

Instances, OCPUs, Memory, Storage and Public IPs

Summary of resources being used:

  • Instances — Total number of configured deployments.

  • OCPUs — Total number of Oracle CPUs allocated across all deployments.

  • Memory — Total amount of compute node memory allocated across all deployments.

  • Storage — Total amount of Oracle Compute Cloud Service storage allocated across all deployments.

  • Public IPs — Number of public IP addresses allocated across all deployments.

Search box

Enter a full or partial deployment name to filter the list of deployments to include only those that contain the string in their name.

Create Instance

Click to create a new database deployment on Database Cloud Service. See Creating a Customized Database Deployment.

Database as a Service deployment icon

Click to view details for the deployment.

Status

Status of the deployment if it is not running. Status values include “In Progress”, “Maintenance”, “Stopped”, and “Terminating”.

Version

Version of Oracle Database configured on the deployment. For example: 12.1.0.2 or 11.2.0.4.

Edition

Software edition of Oracle Database configured on the deployment. For example: Enterprise Edition or Standard Edition.

Created On or Submitted On

Date when the deployment was created. During the creation process, the date when the creation request was submitted.

OCPUs

Number of Oracle CPUs associated with the deployment.

Memory

Amount of compute node memory in GBs associated with the deployment.

Storage

Amount of storage in GBs associated with the deployment.

action menu for each deployment

Menu that provides the following options:

  • Open DBaaS Monitor Console — Open the Oracle Cloud Database Monitor for the deployment.

  • Open Application Express Console — Open the Oracle Application Express home page for the deployment.

  • Open EM Console — Open the database console, either Enterprise Manager Database Express 12c or Enterprise Manager 11g Database Control.

  • SSH Access — Add an SSH public key. See Adding an SSH Public Key.

  • Access Rules — Manage access rules that control network access to service components.

  • Delete — Delete the deployment. See Deleting a Database Deployment.

Note:

To ensure security by default, the ports required to access these consoles are initially blocked. To use any of the consoles, you must first enable network access to the console’s port or create an SSH tunnel to the console’s port. See Accessing Database Cloud Service

Service create and delete history

Listing of attempts to create or delete a deployment. Click the triangle icon next to the title to view the history listing.