Monday, April 10, 2017

Logging into Oracle APM Cloud Service for the first time

Logging into Oracle Application Performance Monitoring Cloud Service the first time is straightforward. This post shows you the exact screens you should expect to see when navigating to the Oracle APM Cloud Service dashboard for the first time.

1. Navigate to your identity domain. This link is available in your welcome email.<youridentitydomain>/faces/dashboard.jspx

2. Simply enter your login information:

3. You will be taken to the My Services page where you can see the various Oracle Management Cloud services, of which Oracle APM Cloud Service is one of them, here denoted as "apmtrial0796":

4. Click on the menu icon and select "Open Service Console".

5. On the Oracle Management Cloud welcome page, click on the large purple square for Application Performance Monitoring.

6. You are now taken to the default Oracle APM Cloud Service dashboard from which you can navigate to the various features and capabilities of the service.


This blog post is part of a series of blog posts related to the Oracle Management Cloud:


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