A free Oracle Account lets you sign in to applications, communities, and more.
* According to Oracle Privacy Policies, accounts will be deleted if a contact does not log in for 18 consecutive months. If you wish to maintain your Oracle account, please log in periodically.
Your username can be emailed to you when you enter the email address you used when you registered.
Oracle will send instructions on how to reset your password to the email address associated with your account.
Check the spam folder in your email client for an email from firstname.lastname@example.org. Add the Oracle email to your address book to ensure that it is not handled as spam.
The password reset email can be resent to you. Resend password reset email
Still having trouble?
Sign in to www.oracle.com with your existing Oracle Account (with your original email address and password). Go to your Account, and click the edit link next to the Password field.
Fill in the current password, new password and Retype password fields and hit the Save button which will complete your password change action. For best results, logout and log back in with the new password.
Check the spam folder in your email client for an email from email@example.com. Add the Oracle email to your address book to ensure that it is not treated as spam.
Resend the verification email from Account, or from here:
Resend the verification email
Still having trouble?
We have separate accounts depending on the system being accessed:
Cloud Account: This is used by Oracle Cloud customers to access their cloud instance. Sign in to your Oracle Cloud Account.
Oracle Account: This is used by our customers, partners, and others to access public/protected resources hosted by Oracle. Sign in to your Oracle Account.
Make sure you are trying to access the right system. If you get the message ‘Invalid Login’ for your Oracle Account, then try resetting your password. Generally, your email address will be your username.
Sign in to your existing Oracle Account with your original email address and password. Go to your Account, and click the edit link next to your email address.
You must verify your new email address before you can use your account again. Oracle will send a verification email to your new email address.
Edit your contact information from the Account link here and at the top of Oracle.com pages. Click the edit link next to the information you want to change.
We can support merging multiple accounts into one for Oracle partners, and transfer Oracle Education/Certview certifications for other users.
Provide details about your accounts, including the Oracle applications and services you access with them. This request may take time while we research various systems when we merge accounts.
Your Oracle Account will help you keep your existing subscriptions active. If you really want ‘Oracle Account’ to be deleted, click here to submit a request.
We discourage shared accounts because all individuals do not have control of the account. For example, the user who has control of the email address associated with the account can change the email address or password without notifying you.
You must have purchased support to have access to My Oracle Support.
If you are able to sign in with your Oracle Account, but cannot access support you have paid for, contact Oracle Support.
When signing in has been unsuccessful for 10 times in 24 hours, we lock your account for security reasons. Clear your browser cache then reset your password.
Still having trouble? If you recently created an Oracle Account but did not verify your email address, you may need to create a new account.
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