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  • Oracle® Cloud Using Oracle Application Container Cloud Service

    E64179-32 Sep 2019

  • Oracle Cloud Using Oracle Application Container Cloud Service,

    E64179-32

    Copyright © 2015, 2019, Oracle and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved.

    Primary Authors: Rebecca Parks, Marilyn Beck, Rob Gray

    Contributing Authors: Michael W. Williams

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  • Contents

    Preface Audience v

    Documentation Accessibility v

    Related Resources v

    Conventions v

    1 Getting Started with Oracle Application Container Cloud Service About Oracle Application Container Cloud Service 1-1

    Before You Begin with Oracle Application Container Cloud Service 1-2

    Access Oracle Application Container Cloud Service 1-3

    Access Oracle Application Container Cloud Service from Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Console 1-3

    Access Oracle Application Container Cloud Service from Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Classic Console 1-3

    About Oracle Application Container Cloud Service Roles and Users 1-4

    2 Administering Applications Typical Workflow for Administering Applications 2-1

    Explore the Applications Page 2-2

    Create an Application 2-3

    Configure a Vanity URL 2-5

    Use the Application Console 2-6

    Stop, Start, and Restart an Application 2-7

    Delete an Application 2-8

    Explore the Application Overview Page 2-9

    Scale an Application Out or In 2-10

    Scale an Application Up or Down 2-10

    Considerations when Scaling Applications 2-10

    Explore the Application Deployments Page 2-10

    Redeploy an Application 2-11

    Manage Service Bindings 2-12

    iii

  • Configure Environment Variables 2-13

    Explore the Application Administration Page 2-15

    View Service Metrics for an Application 2-15

    View Activity for Service Instances 2-16

    Retrieve the Application Logs 2-17

    Automatically Scaling an Application 2-17

    Manage Tags 2-18

    Create, Assign, and Unassign Tags 2-18

    Find Tags and Applications Using Search Expressions 2-19

    3 Using Oracle Application Container Cloud Service with Other Oracle Cloud Services

    Use Oracle Identity Cloud Service with Oracle Application Container Cloud Service 3-1

    Deploy an Application and Configure a Database with Stack Manager 3-2

    iv

  • Preface

    Using Oracle Application Container Cloud Service tells you how to deploy applications and describes the web user interface.

    Topics:

    • Audience

    • Documentation Accessibility

    • Related Resources

    • Conventions

    Audience This document is primarily for administrators who are responsible for provisioning an Oracle Cloud service, monitoring service usage and performance, and deploying applications.

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    Oracle customers that have purchased support have access to electronic support through My Oracle Support. For information, visit http://www.oracle.com/pls/topic/ lookup?ctx=acc&id=info or visit http://www.oracle.com/pls/topic/lookup?ctx=acc&id=trs if you are hearing impaired.

    Related Resources See Oracle Public Cloud.

    Conventions The following text conventions are used in this document:

    Convention Meaning

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    Preface

    vi

  • 1 Getting Started with Oracle Application Container Cloud Service

    Get started with general information about using Oracle Application Container Cloud Service.

    Topics:

    • About Oracle Application Container Cloud Service

    • Before You Begin with Oracle Application Container Cloud Service

    • Access Oracle Application Container Cloud Service

    • About Oracle Application Container Cloud Service Roles and Users

    About Oracle Application Container Cloud Service Oracle Application Container Cloud Service lets you deploy Java SE, Node.js, PHP, Python, Ruby, Go, and .NET Core applications to the Oracle Cloud. You can also deploy Java EE web applications.

    Subscribing to Oracle Application Container Cloud Service makes all types of applications available when you deploy your application. Your application runs in a Docker container.

    With Oracle Application Container Cloud Service, you can use these key features:

    • A preconfigured environment for Java SE, Java EE, Node.js, PHP, Python, Ruby, Go, and .NET Core applications.

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  • • Java SE advanced features such as Java Flight Recorder, Java Mission Control, advanced memory management, and ongoing and timely security updates.

    • An Open platform that supports all Java frameworks and containers such as Spring, Play, Tomcat, and Jersey.

    • Support for Java Virtual Machine (JVM) based languages such as JRuby. You can run any language that uses the JVM on this service.

    • Enterprise-grade support from Oracle.

    • Web-based user interface and REST API.

    In addition, you can integrate with other Oracle Cloud services, develop your application on your local system, or use Oracle Developer Cloud Service.

    If you want to store and retrieve data, then you can use Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Object Storage Classic — a subscription is included. You can also subscribe to Oracle Database Cloud Service or Oracle MySQL Cloud Service.

    To