About Provisioning an Oracle SOA Cloud Service Instance

You can provision an Oracle SOA Cloud Service instance on either Oracle Cloud Infrastructure or Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Classic.

Using a simple wizard that guides you through the provisioning process, you specify information about your instance including:
  • Instance name

  • SSH public key

  • Cluster size

  • Software release

  • Service type

  • WebLogic Server shape

  • Backup and recovery configuration

  • Database configuration

  • Load balancer configuration

The Oracle SOA Cloud Service environment provides Oracle SOA Suite (version 12.2.1.4 or 12.2.1.3) on a single virtual machine, Oracle WebLogic Server default configurations, simplified provisioning for a single node instance, self-management tools, and secure shell (SSH) access to the virtual machine. The environment also provides simplified node cluster provisioning; simplified configuration to preexisting DBaaS and SaaS environments; and cloud self-management tools for automated backup/recovery and scaling, local and central monitoring and management, centralized provisioning, and comprehensive APIs.

Oracle handles all node provisioning, installation, and domain configuration after you make your selections.

Refer to the topics for your Oracle SOA Cloud Service platform: