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Name Change for PaaS Services During Jan 2019 (Doc ID 2493395.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 21, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Integration-OIC
Content and Experience Cloud
Oracle API Platform Cloud Service
Visual Builder - VB
Oracle Analytics Cloud - Classic
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Please see the end of this document for the full list of the products to which this document applies.


Some PaaS Services have undergone name change. The updated Service name will be reflected in My Oracle Support (MOS) SRs and KM documents.

The following Services have been renamed in January 2019:

The Old and New Service Names and their corresponding Acronyms are listed in the table below:

Old Service Name Old Service Acronym New Service Name New Service Acronym Service Type
Oracle Autonomous Analytics Cloud OAAC Oracle Analytics Cloud OAC OCI
Oracle Analytics Cloud Service OACS Oracle Analytics Cloud - Classic OAC-C OCI-C
Autonomous Blockchain Cloud Service ABCS Blockchain Platform Cloud Service BPCS OCI
Autonomous Digital Assistant ADA Oracle Digital Assistant ODA OCI
Visual Builder Cloud Service VBCS

Visual Builder - Classic

Visual Builder





Autonomous Content and Experience Cloud ACEC Content and Experience Cloud CEC OCI
Content and Experience Cloud CEC Content and Experience Cloud Classic CEC-C OCI-C
Autonomous Data Integration Platform Cloud ADIPC Data Integration Platform Cloud DIPC OCI
Data Integration Platform Cloud DIPC Data Integration Platform Cloud Classic DIPC-C OCI-C
Autonomous NoSQL Database Cloud ANS NoSQL Database Cloud Service NDCS OCI
Autonomous Integration Cloud AIC Oracle Integration-OIC OIC OCI
Integration Cloud IC Oracle Integration OIC-C OCI-C
Oracle API Platform Cloud Service APIPCS Oracle API Platform Cloud Service APIPCS OCI,OCI-C





 While doing MOS KM searches, please use the New Service Names and Acronyms in place of the Old Service Names and Acronyms. If you have set up MOS PowerView filters, please update them with the New Service Names.


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