Basic Oracle Cloud User Management for Newbs By Radu Lemnaru

Posted: September 17, 2015 in Cloud, WebLogic
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clip_image002In this tutorial we will take a quick look at the user management features provided by the Oracle Public Cloud. The cornerstone of proper service security is based on a good user management system, therefore the Oracle Cloud services provide a unified dashboard to handle all types of user and role administration.

The user management tab will be available in the Oracle Cloud Dashboard once you log in with your credentials. In this example we will use the Storage Cloud Service demo as a reference.

The “My Services Users” page is composed of 6 simple tabs: Users, SFTP Users, Roles, Custom Roles, Contacts and My Information as seen below:

Users

This is the main section of the “My Services Users” page, here you will perform most of your administration tasks. Once opened, you will be prompted with a list of all active users that are using one of your services, located on the particular identity domain you accessed. The actions that you can perform on this page are: Read the complete article here.

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