Oracle Cloud (DBaaS): Access Oracle Cloud Instance in GUI Mode

    Oct 23, 2017 10:27:57 AM by Skant Gupta

    This article was written by Skant Gupta and Joel Perez in Oracle OTN.

    In this article we will show you how to access oracle cloud instance in GUI mode.

    Create the new Cloud Database Service

    a) Login to your Oracle cloud services account, go to the "Oracle Database Cloud Service" page and create a new service.

    • For Service Name, select PREMISE.
    • From the Service Level list, select Oracle Database Cloud Service.
    • From the Metering Frequency list, select whatever frequency is appropriate for your environment.
    • From the Software Release list, select Oracle Database 11g Release2.
    • From the Software Edition list, select Enterprise Edition.
    • From the Database Type list, select Single Instance.

    Then click Next to continue.

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    Skant Gupta

    Written by Skant Gupta

    Skant Gupta is an Oracle Certified Cloud Professional in Oracle Database 12c, an Oracle Certified Expert in Oracle Real Application Clusters (Oracle RAC) in Oracle Database 11g and 12c, and an Oracle Exadata Certified and an Oracle Certified Professional in Oracle Database 10g, 11g, and 12c. He works at Vodafone Technology in the UK and formerly worked as a senior DBA at Etisalat in Dubai. He has six years of experience with various Oracle technologies, focusing mainly on Cloud, database, and high availability solutions, Oracle WebLogic Suite, Oracle Exadata and Oracle GoldenGate. He has presented at several Oracle user groups worldwide, most recently in the US, the United Arab Emirates, and the India. He is also Technical Writer on http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/es/articles/index.html and http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/pt/articles/index.html with more than 30 article published in Oracle Technical Network.