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OCI Public Cloud PaaS/IaaS - How To Change the Oracle Cloud Console URL (Doc ID 2897157.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 23, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure - Version N/A and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


 How to change or customize the Console/MyServices Login URL?

 Request to change the URL format from "https://myservices-cacct-<ACCOUNT_ID>" to a customized format that would ideally include the Cloud account name.

Sign in options (for tenancies that do not use identity domains):

Identity options are displayed.


The Oracle Cloud Console provides navigation to other Oracle Cloud services in addition to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services, and three distinct consoles you can use to manage the services and features of your Oracle Cloud Account.

If your account also has Oracle Cloud Platform services, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Classic services, or Oracle Cloud Applications, then you can navigate to these services from the Oracle Cloud Console.

You'll be directed to a console depending on how you signed up for Oracle Cloud.


If you have subscribed to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and Platform services, you'll be directed to Infrastructure Console or Infrastructure Classic Console. If you see Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Classic at the top of the page, then you are using the Infrastructure Classic Console, otherwise you are using the Infrastructure Console.

If you've subscribed to Oracle Cloud Applications, you'll be directed to Applications Console.

To access the different Oracle Cloud offerings, you may need to switch between Infrastructure Console, Infrastructure Classic Console, and Applications Console as required. 


As you get started with Oracle Cloud, you will see references to these consoles. Which one you use daily will depend on the types of services and features you use.

For example, if you're creating compute instances, you'll use the Infrastructure Console. If you're creating an Oracle Cloud ERP instance, you'll use the Applications Console.


You sign into My Services (OCI) to work with the Administrative functions that you can perform.

Open your web browser and go to the Oracle Cloud website:
Click Sign In.
In the Cloud Account list, select the data center where your services are located, either Public Cloud Services - US or Public Cloud Services - EMEA, and then click the My Services > button.

On the Sign In to Oracle Cloud page, enter your identity domain, and then, click Go.
Enter your username and password, and then click Sign In.
The My Services dashboard opens.




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