Configure SSL for a Service Instance

Secure Socket Layer (SSL) is the most commonly-used method of securing data sent across the internet, and assures visitors that transactions with your application are secure. You can configure SSL between clients and the nodes in your Oracle Java Cloud Service instance in order to ensure that applications are accessed securely.


To ensure a successful SSL handshake among the Administration Server, Managed Servers and Node Manager, you must configure Node Manager to use the custom keystores and the SSL certificate. See Configure Node Manager to Use the SSL Certificate.