About Creating an Oracle Java Cloud Service Instance

There are several ways in which you can create an Oracle Java Cloud Service instance, depending on your requirements and experience level.

Choose from one of the following instance creation methods:

Create Method More Information

Create a service instance by using a QuickStart template. This method also creates the required Oracle Database Cloud Service instance.

This method is not available for Oracle Cloud accounts that include only Oracle Cloud Infrastructure regions, or include a mix of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Classic regions.

Create an Oracle Java Cloud Service Instance by Using a QuickStart Template

Create a service instance attached to a public subnet in an Oracle Cloud Infrastructure region that meets your precise specifications, and associate it with an existing Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing database, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure database, or Oracle Database Cloud Service deployment. The Oracle Java Cloud Service instance will be accessible from the public internet.

About Java Cloud Service Instances in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

Create an Oracle Java Cloud Service Instance Attached to a Public Subnet on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

Design Considerations for an Oracle Java Cloud Service Instance

Create a private Oracle Java Cloud Service instance in an Oracle Cloud Infrastructure region, along with a public load balancer.

Create an Oracle Java Cloud Service Instance Attached to a Private Subnet on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

Design Considerations for an Oracle Java Cloud Service Instance

Create a service instance in an Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Classic region that meets your precise specifications, and associate it with an existing Oracle Database Cloud Service or Oracle Database Exadata Cloud Service deployment.

Create a Custom Oracle Java Cloud Service Instance on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Classic

Design Considerations for an Oracle Java Cloud Service Instance

Take a snapshot to create a point-in-time image of a service instance, then quickly create clones of the instance.

About Snapshots and Clones

Use the Oracle Java Cloud Service REST API to create and manage WebLogic Server instances on Oracle Cloud.

REST API for Oracle Java Cloud Service

You can create a service instance by using the Command Line Interface (CLI), which is a wrapper for the REST API. After you have created the service instance, you can use the CLI to perform lifecycle operations such as scaling, patching, and backup.

PaaS Service Manager Command Line Interface Reference