Oracle PaaS Service Manager provides a command line interface (CLI) with which you can manage the lifecycle of various platform services in Oracle Cloud.
The CLI is a thin wrapper over PaaS REST APIs that invokes these APIs to support common PaaS features; for example, creating and managing instances for Oracle Java Cloud Service, Oracle Database Cloud Service instances, and Oracle MySQL Cloud Service or creating and managing applications with Oracle Application Container Cloud Service. The CLI also supports Oracle Cloud Stack Manager, a PaaS tool that automates the provisioning and deletion of cloud environments.
About this Document
This reference provides an alphabetical listing, by service, of all CLI commands. It provides a description of each command along with its required syntax and a description of the parameters accepted by the command. All parameters listed are required unless otherwise specified. Each command also shows a real-life example, with resultant output. Where appropriate, you'll find links to conceptual information for the task performed by the command and to its analogous REST API. As new PaaS services implement the CLI, they will be added to this reference.
Workflow for Using the CLI
The CLI is a service-agnostic tool available by download from Oracle. Once installed, you need to configure your connection to the Oracle cloud.
|Perform prerequisite tasks
|Download the CLI
|Install the CLI
|Configure the CLI
|Use the CLI for your service
help command that provides basic instructions for each command is also available. See Viewing Help for the Command Line Interface.
|Update the CLI