Oracle Cloud Infrastructure mobile app anytime, anywhere

November 5, 2020 | 3 minute read
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You’ve set an alarm to monitor the capacity or performance of your Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) resources and received a notification while you’re away from your computer. You probably wished there was an easy way to check the impacted resources on the go. If that’s you, we have good news for you!

We’re happy to announce a new OCI mobile app for Apple iOS and Android. Using this app, you can explore resources and view monitoring information, billing, and limits information for your resources.

A screenshot of the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure mobile app log in screen.

Explore resources and view health metrics

The app gives you access to resources from multiple services. Using Resource Explorer, you can view all your resources in a compartment for a selected region. You can choose from different resource types, view all of your resources, or use search to find a particular resource. Tap Resources in the bottom toolbar to do the following tasks:

  • Explore resources by compartment.

  • Search for a particular resource.

  • Check health of the resources.

  • View all resource properties.

  • Deep dive into metrics such as CPU usage, Memory, and Disk I/O.

A screenshot of the Resources page in the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure app.A screenshot of a running instance in the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure app.

A closer look at the home screen

After you sign in to the app, the home screen is displayed. It’s rich in functionality and gives you access to several features. The home screen offers the following capabilities:

  • View alarms triggered in the past 24 hours.

  • Check billing information.

  • Inspect resources and view more details to triage issues.

A screenshot of the Alarms page in the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure app.

View limits on your resources

You also can check limits on your infrastructure usage. Tap Limits in the bottom toolbar to view your tenancy’s limits, quotas, and usage. The service limit is the quota or allowance set on a resource. For example, your tenancy is allowed a maximum number of compute instances per availability domain. For more information about service limits, see Service limits.

A screenshot of the Limits page in the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure app.

Download the app today

Install the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure app from the Apple App Store or from Google Play, and access a wide range of information at your fingertips. You need an Oracle Cloud Infrastructure account to use the app. If you already have an account, you can sign in with your existing credentials.

This is the first release of our mobile app. We’re continuing to add exciting features and updates in the future. Keep an eye on this blog to learn more, and feel free to leave your comments. We look forward to hearing from you!

Ravi Gottumukkala


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