Typical Workflow for Managing the Life Cycle of Oracle Java Cloud Service Instances

To manage the life cycle of Oracle Java Cloud Service instances, consider the typical workflow described in the following table.

The table provides links to information about how to perform each task by using the web-browser-based Oracle Java Cloud Service Console.
  • To use the REST API to manage the life cycle of Oracle Java Cloud Service instances, see Service Instances in REST API for Oracle Java Cloud Service.

  • To use the Command Line Interface to manage the life cycle of Oracle Java Cloud Service instances, see About the PaaS Service Manager Command Line Interface in PaaS Service Manager Command Line Interface Reference.

Task Description More Information

Create an Oracle Java Cloud Service instance.

Create a WebLogic Server production environment in the cloud.

About Creating an Oracle Java Cloud Service Instance

About Java Cloud Service Instances in Oracle Cloud Infrastructure

View all Oracle Java Cloud Service instances

View status, resource allocation, and other details for all Oracle Java Cloud Service instances.

View All Oracle Java Cloud Service Instances

View detailed information about an Oracle Java Cloud Service instance

View status, resource allocation, and other details for an Oracle Java Cloud Service instance.

View Detailed Information About an Oracle Java Cloud Service Instance

Suspend an Oracle Java Cloud Service instance

Disable the load balancer to block any new traffic to an Oracle Java Cloud Service instance temporarily while maintenance is performed.

Suspend an Oracle Java Cloud Service Instance

Stop, start, or restart a service instance or individual server nodes

Stop service instances or individual server VMs to stop metering for these resources. Restart the Administration Server or individual server nodes if reboot is needed.

Stop, Start, and Restart an Oracle Java Cloud Service Instance and Individual Nodes

Delete an Oracle Java Cloud Service instance

Manage access to an Oracle Java Cloud Service instance by deleting the service instance.

Delete an Oracle Java Cloud Service Instance

Take a snapshot of a service instance

Create a point-in-time image of all the block storage volumes attached to an instance, except the backup volume. The snapshot reflects the state of the volumes at the time when the creation of the snapshot is triggered.

Create a Snapshot

Clone a service instance

Create a new instance based on a snapshot.

Clone an Instance Using a Snapshot

When Oracle Coherence is enabled for a service instance: See also Overview of Coherence Tasks for Oracle Java Cloud Service.