Cloud Shell provides a pre-authenticated Oracle Cloud Infrastructure CLI and preinstalled developer tools for easily managing Oracle Cloud resources.
Cloud Shell provides a full Linux shell, up-to-date developer tools (such as Git, Java, Ansible, and Terraform), and preinstalled language runtimes for faster application development.
Cloud Shell includes a pre-authenticated Oracle Cloud Infrastructure CLI, so users can quickly run CLI commands without any setup.
Cloud Shell is available to all Oracle Cloud Infrastructure users via the Oracle Cloud Console user interface.
Cloud Shell has 5GB of persistent storage, so users can save their work between sessions and easily return to ongoing projects.
Cloud Shell is free to use within monthly tenancy limits.
Cloud Shell provides all of the tools for getting started right away, such as the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure CLI. Visit the hands-on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure labs for instructions.
Using a hands-on lab, DevOps engineers and developers can deploy a Container Engine for Kubernetes cluster, connect to it, and run a sample application—all within Cloud Shell.
Deploy, configure, and test Oracle Functions on Cloud Shell in minutes without installing and configuring Docker, the Fn CLI, or the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure CLI.
Quickly start working with Oracle Autonomous Database instances using the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure CLI and the SQL*Plus query tool in Cloud Shell.
With Cloud Shell’s preinstalled tools, customers can easily manage compute instances, storage, networking resources, Kubernetes, and functions.
Monthly Universal Credits
Number of concurrent active users
Free, up to 75 users
Free, up to 50 users
Number of hours per month per tenancy
Free, up to 400 hours per month
Free, up to 240 hours per month
Jonathan Schreiber, Principal Product Manager, Oracle
Cloud Shell gives you access to an always available Linux shell directly in the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure console. It joins the existing suite of developer tools (CLI, SDKs, and APIs) as a way to help you manage your Oracle Cloud Infrastructure resources.Read the complete post