About the User Interfaces of the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Console for Oracle Integration Classic (User-Managed)

You can perform life cycle management tasks from the Oracle Integration Classic (user-managed) Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Console.

Explore the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Console

You can use the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Console to view all existing Oracle Integration Classic (user-managed) instances and to create and delete instances.


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The following table describes the key information shown in the Oracle Integration Classic Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Console.

Element Description

Services menu icon
(Next to the word ORACLE in the upper left corner of the page)

Click and select an option from the menu to open the service console for one of the Oracle Cloud Services to which you are subscribed.

Integration Cloud menu icon

Click to sign in to the services to which you are subscribed.

Welcome!

Click to display the Oracle Integration Classic Welcome page.

Instances (Summary panel)

Number of instances in the identity domain.

OCPUs (Summary panel)

Total number of Oracle Compute Units (OCPUs) allocated across all instances.

Memory (Summary panel)

Total amount of memory in GBs allocated across all instances.

Storage (Summary panel)

Total amount of block storage in GBs allocated across all instances.

Public IPs (Summary panel)

Total number of IP reservations allocated across all instances.

Instances (heading)

All instances in the identity domain.

Search field

Enter a full or partial service instance name to filter the list of service instances to include only the services that contain the string in their service name.

Create Instance

Create a new service instance. See Create a Service Instance.

Instance details icon

Service instance icon for a created instance. Click this icon to view more details such as patch availability and backup status.

In Progress Icon

Status icon indicating that the instance is being created.

maintenance icon

Status icon indicating the instance is undergoing maintenance or terminating.

Failed or stopped icon.

Status icon indicating that the instance has failed to be created. This icon can also indicate that the service instance has stopped. See the Activity page.

service-name

Name of the instance. Click the name to view more details.

Version

Version of Oracle WebLogic Server configured for the instance.

Nodes

Number of nodes allocated for the instance.

Created On

When provisioning is complete, the date and time in UTC at which the instance was created.

OCPUs

Number of OCPUs allocated for the instance.

Memory

Amount of memory in GBs allocated for the instance.

Storage

Amount of storage in GBs allocated for the instance.

Manage this service Manage this service icon

Click to select one of the following options based on the service types you have provisioned:

  • Open WebLogic Server Administration Console

  • Open Fusion Middleware Control Console

  • Open Integration Home Page

  • Start— Start Oracle Integration Classic.

  • Stop— Stop Oracle Integration Classic.

  • Access Rules—Open the Access Rules page, which enables you to create and manage access rules for selected sources and destinations.

  • SSH Access—Add public SSH keys to the VMs that make up this service instance.

  • Delete—Delete the service instance. In the Delete Service dialog box that opens, set the following options and click Delete:
    • Force service deletion—(Optional) Select this checkbox if you want the service instance to be deleted even if the database deployment cannot be reached to delete the database schemas. If enabled, you may need to delete the associated database schemas manually on the database deployment if they are not deleted as part of the service instance delete operation.

    • Database Administrator User Name—Enter the name of the database administrator user that was specified when the database deployment was created. This user owns the instance’s repository and schemas. If you have specified two databases, specify the name of the administrator for the database deployment for the Oracle required schema.

    • Database Administrator User Password—Enter the database administrator user password for the database deployment that contains the Oracle required schema.

  • Skip Backup—Select to skip the backup of the terminated instance.

Instance Create and Delete History

Shows details about created or deleted service instances.

  • Range—Specifies a range of days for which you are interested in viewing created and failed service instances.

  • Show only failed attempts—Check this box if you want to see failed attempts only.

  • Details—Displays system messages logged during the creation or deletion process. Messages include information about auto-retry attempts.

Explore the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Console Instance Overview Page

You can use view overview information for a specific instance. To access this page, click an instance name or icon in the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Console.

The instance overview page consists of the following sections:

Overview Tile


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The following table describes the key information shown on the Instance Overview tile.

Element Description

Overview tile

The Overview tile displays information about the service instance. It contains the following four sections:
  • Service Overview — Overview information about the service instance

  • Oracle Load Balancer — Information about the Oracle Load Balancer

  • Associations — Information about the Oracle Database Cloud Service database deployment used by the service instance

Service instance name icon in upper left corner

  • Expand the turner icon to expose the following information about the service instance:

    • Location

    • Description

    • Service Level

    • Edition

    • Metering Frequency

    • Identity Domain

    • Created By

    • Created On

    • Entitlement ID

  • Click the text Oracle Integration Classic to return to the main Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Console page.

  • Lists the name of the selected service instance.

Manage this service Manage this service icon (adjacent to the service instance name)

Click to select one of the following options based on the service types you have provisioned:

  • Open WebLogic Server Administration Console — Open the Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Console to administer your application environment.

  • Open Fusion Middleware Control Console — Open Fusion Middleware Control to administer your application environment.

  • Open Oracle Integration Home Page — Open the Oracle Integration home page.

  • Start — Start the Oracle Integration instance.

  • Stop — Stop the Oracle Integration instance.

  • Scale in — Remove nodes from the Oracle Integration instance.

  • Scale out — Add nodes to the Oracle Integration instance.

  • Access Rules — Opens the Access Rules page, which enables you to create and manage access rules for selected sources and destinations.

  • SSH Access—Add public SSH keys to the VMs that make up this service instance.

  • View Activity—View activities that have occurred in your identity domain.

Stop/Start/Scale/Monitor icons

Click the start/stop/scale/monitor icons to:
  • Start the VMs for the administration server, managed servers, and load balancer.

  • Stop the VMs for the administration server, managed servers, and load balancer.

  • Add a node.

  • Display monitoring data:

    • Date and time each node was last started.

    • For each server, the percent of heap space used as compared to the total heap space in GBs available. If you click the percentage number, the heap usage graph is displayed.

Refresh Refresh

Click to refresh the page. The date and time the page was last refreshed are displayed adjacent to this button.

Instance Overview section

Overview information about the instance.
  • Nodes: Total number of Oracle CPUs allocated for the instance.

  • OCPUs: Total number of Oracle Compute Units (OCPUs) allocated across all instances.

  • Memory: Total amount of memory in GBs allocated for the instance.

  • Storage: Total amount of block storage in GBs allocated for the instance.

Other overview information

  • Status — The service instance’s status (for example, ready).

  • Content Endpoint — The endpoint address.

  • Integration Edition — The topology you selected when you provisioned the service instance.

  • Service Identifier — Service identifier.

  • Version — The version of Oracle WebLogic Server configured for the instance.

  • Feature Set — The provisioned feature set.

  • JDK — The supported Java Developer Kit version.

  • IDCS Application — Click the link to open the Oracle Identity Cloud Service Console to add users and assign roles. See Grant Access and Manage Security.

ResourcesServer or node icon

Information about the administration server or managed server(s):
  • Host Name

  • Public IP address

  • Instance name (managed server)

  • Instance name (administration server)

  • Number of Oracle CPUs allocated (OCPU)

  • The amount of memory allocated to the node

  • The amount of storage available to the node

Manage this service Manage this service icon

Displays operations such as Remove Node, Start, Stop, and Restart.

Load Balancer

Information about the Oracle Load Balancer URL and type.

Associations section

Information about the Oracle Database Cloud Service database deployment used by the instance. If the instance is based on two database deployments (one for the Oracle required schema and the second for the application schema), information for both database deployments is displayed.

  • Service Name — The name of the Oracle Database Cloud Service database deployments used by the instance. The name was specified during the process of creating the instance.

  • Service Type— Specifies the connect string for the database deployment.

  • Type — The only available value is Oracle Database Cloud Service.

  • Status — The status of the database deployment.

Administration Tile — Backup Tab

You can use the Backup tab of the Administration tile on the Instance page to view the backup status and access backup configuration tasks for a specific instance. The Backup tab provides the following details.


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The following table describes the key information shown on the Backup tab of the Administration tile.

Element Description

Administration tile

Click the Administration tile to back up an instance. See Back Up and Restore an Oracle Integration Classic (User-Managed) Instance.

Incremental Backups
Displays the time at which incremental backups occur. For example:
Daily at 11:40:00 AM UTC

The amount of MB backed up to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Object Storage Classic is displayed.

Full Backups
Displays the time at which the full backup occurs. For example:
Every Saturday at 11:40:00 AM UTC

The volume of backup space used is also displayed.

Last Successful Backup

The time at which the last successful backup occurred. For example:

Tuesday at 11:40:00 AM UTC

The percentage of the backup volume used is also displayed.

Most Recent Backup

Displays the time of the last backup. If a red icon is displayed, click it for backup failure details.

Available Backups

Click Manage backups on this service Manage backups menu icon to display the following options:
  • Backup Now

  • Configure Backups

  • Disable Backups

See Back Up and Restore an Oracle Integration Classic (User-Managed) Instance.

Restore History

The restoration operations history for this service instance.

Administration Tile — Patching Tab

You can use the Patching tab of the Administration tile on the Instance page to view patching information and install patches for a specific instance.


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The following table describes the key information shown on the Patching tab of the Administration tile.

Element Description
Available Patches

Displays details about any available patches:

  • Patch name

  • Patch release date

  • Whether patch installation requires a restart

  • Readme link that displays information about the patch

See Patch and Upgrade Oracle Integration Classic (User-Managed).

Patch and Rollback History

Displays the history of patch installation and rollback.

Explore the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Console Activity Page

You can use the Activity page to search for and review cloud service activities that have occurred in your identity domain. To access this page, click the Activity tab in the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Console.



The Activity page is divided into the following sections:

  • The Search Activity Log section, from which you can specify search details that determine which services you see. These details include:
    • Date and time range

    • Operation status

    • Instance name

    • Service type

    • Operation

  • The Results pane, which shows the results of the search operation. You can limit the number of results to return, per page, to 5, 10, 50, or 100.

The following table describes the key information shown on the Activity page.

Element Description

Start Time Range

Filters activity results to include only operations started within a specified time range. The range defaults to the previous 24 hours.

Operation Status

Filters operations by status of the operation:
  • All (default value)

  • Scheduled

  • Running

  • Succeeded

  • Failed

You can select any subset of status types.

Instance Name

Filters the activity results to include operations only for the specified service instance. You can enter a full or partial service instance name.

Service Type

Filters the activity results to include operations only for instances of the specified service type. The default value is the current cloud service.

Operation

Filters the activity results to include selected types of operations. You can select any subset of the given operations. The default value is All.

Search

Searches for activities by applying the filters specified by the Start Time Range, Status, Service Name, Service Type, and Operation fields, and displays activity results in the table.

Reset

Clears the Start Time Range and Service Name fields, and returns the Status and Operation fields to their default values.

Results per page

Specifies the number of results you want to view per page. The default value is 10. You can sort the columns in ascending or descending order.

Operation

Shows the type of operation performed on the service instance.

Instance Name

Shows the name of the service instance and its identity domain:

service_instance:identity_domain

Service Type

Shows the type of cloud service for this instance.

Operation Status

Shows the status of the operation performed on the service instance.

Start Time

Shows the time the operation started.

End Time

Shows the time the operation ended, if the operation is complete.

Initiated By

Shows the user that initiated the operation. The user can be any user in the identity domain who initiated the operation or, for certain operations such as automated backup, the system.

Explore the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Console SSH Access Page

You can use the SSH Access page to view and manage public SSH keys from the Oracle Integration Classic Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Console.

The SSH Access page is divided into the following two sections:

  • The Search Activity pane, from which you can specify the service name and service type when you want to see SSH information for a specific service or group of services.

  • The Results pane, which shows the results of the search operation. You can limit the number of results to return, per page, to 5, 10, 50, or 100.

The following table describes the key information shown on the SSH Key Access page.

Element Description

Integration Cloud menu

Click to sign in to the services to which you are subscribed.

Instances tab

Click to return to the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Console.

Activity tab

Click to navigate to the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Console Activity page. See Explore the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Console Activity Page.

Instance Name

Filters the results to include SSH keys only for the specified service instance. You can enter a full or partial service instance name.

Search

Searches for SSH keys by applying the filters specified by the Service Name and Service Type fields, and displays the results in the table.

Service Type

Filters the results to include SSH keys only for instances of the specified service type. The default value is the current cloud service.

Results per page

Specifies the number of results you want to view per page. The default value is 10.

Expand Expand icon

Displays a description of an item in the results table. Clicking the resulting downward arrow hides the description.

Instance Name

Shows the name of the service instance.

Service Type

Shows the type of cloud service for this instance.

Last Update

Shows the most recent time the SSH keys for this instance were updated. When the credential update is in progress, an hourglass icon is displayed before the date/time, indicating that the service instance is in maintenance mode.

Actions

Click the Add New Key button to add a new SSH public key to this instance. This button is grayed out when the key is in the process of being added.

Explore the IP Reservations Page

If your identity domain is enabled for regions, you can reserve IP addresses. After you create an IP reservation, you can use it when provisioning Oracle Integration Classic.

The following table describes the key information shown in the Oracle Integration Classic IP Reservations page.

Element Description

Create

Click to access the page for creating an IP reservation.

Welcome!

Click to display the Oracle Integration Classic Welcome page.

  • Region: Displays the region.

  • Status: Displays whether the IP reservation is currently in use.

  • Service Entitlement ID: Displays the service entitlement ID.

  • IP Address: Displays the IP address.

  • Created On: Displays the creation date.