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Oracle Private Database Cloud REST APIs

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While we spend a lot of time developing GUI for our private cloud
features – like the self service portal, setup screens, etc, a large
percentage of our customers use these features via our APIs, both EMCLI
and REST based.

Q: So why would anyone not use the out of the box cloud (self service) portal and use the APIs instead?

A: Well, there are many reasons:

  1. You already have a custom cloud portal that you use to deploy
    non-Oracle products and now you would like Oracle products to be part of
  2. You want cloud related actions to be part of a larger orchestration
    flow. For example, prior to provisioning, you want to integrate an
    approval workflow, and then post-provision update your asset management
    system with the service details.
  3. You want to integrate the cloud actions with our IT service desk or ticketing systems
  4. Integrate actions like cloning of databases (Snap Clone), or
    provisioning of middleware and applications with your continuous
    integration or devops process.

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