You can access Oracle Developer Cloud Service (DevCS) from any Oracle Cloud-supported web browser and from supported IDEs.
To access DevCS, you need the service URL, plus your identity domain name, username, and password. If you’re a new user, you can sign in from the Oracle Cloud home page. If you’re a returning user, you can find the service URL from the email with the subject Welcome to Oracle Developer Cloud Service or Verify your Oracle Developer Cloud Service.
Your identity domain name and credentials are available in the email with the subject Welcome to Oracle Cloud.
If you’re invited to Oracle Cloud, you can find those details in the email with the subject New Account Information.
Sign In From a Web Browser
You can sign in and open DevCS from the Oracle Cloud home page.
- In a web browser, go to
https://cloud.oracle.com/home, and click Sign In.
- In Account, enter your account name and click Next.
- On the Oracle Cloud Account Sign In page, enter your username and password, and click Sign In.
- In the Guided Journey page header, click Dashboard.If you're on the OCI Dashboard, then in the left navigation bar, click My Services Dashboard.
- To access DevCS on OCI, in the Developer tile, click Action and select Open Service Console.
To access DevCS on OCI Classic, in the Developer Classic tile, click Action and select Open Service Console.
If the Developer or Developer Classic tile isn’t visible, click Customize Dashboard. Under Platform, find the Developer service, click Show, and then close the Customize Dashboard window.
If you’re signing in to DevCS for the first time, you should have received an email with the subject Verify your Oracle Developer Cloud Service. Open the email and click the URL link in the email body to verify your email. This is required to receive email notifications from the service.
After your email address is verified, you’ll receive another email with the subject Welcome to Oracle Developer Cloud Service. This email contains the DevCS URL that you can bookmark.
If you're assigned the
DEVELOPER_ADMINISTRATOR (Developer Service Administrator) identity domain role, you can manage all projects, OCI connections, virtual machines, and the properties of the organization. To open a project, click its name. You can't open a project if you're not its member.
If you're assigned the
DEVELOPER_USER (Developer Service User) identity domain role, you can create a project or click its name to open it.