APEX 18c in the Cloud

Run APEX instance in the Cloud in 10 minutes? Yes that is possible with us! An Amazon Machine Image (AMI) is easy way to run your private, dedicated APEX instance to the Amazon Cloud. If you want to use scalability, security and flexibility of Amazon Web Services – you can use our pre-prepared and pre-configured virtual machine, with dedicated Oracle database instance, that is ready to be run in less than 10 minutes.

  • Oracle Application Express 18c Oracle Database 18c production-ready: pre-installed and pre-configured by top specialists from Database Consulting
  • Secured by database log archived mode, automated daily backup and SELinux enabled
  • Optimized by usage of nginx with Tomcat and by optimal database and ORDS configuration
  • Ready for you in minutes
  • Dedicated Database Instance
  • Access to SYS and root account
  • Connection from external clients (SQL*Plus, SQL Developer, TOAD etc.) without any problem
  • Pay As You Go – you can order APEX instance only for one hour
  • Support service available

All of above and much more…

See all benefits on Oracle APEX 18c AWS marketplace page

Make sure that you also checked APEX 18c hosting page

Go with APEX to the Cloud – detailed instruction

  1. Create Amazon Web Services account if you don’t have one or login to AWS
  2. Go to APEX 18c AWS Marketplace page
  3. Choose Click “Continue to Subscribe”
  4. Review and accept terms and conditions by clicking “Accept terms” button
  5. Click “Continue to Configuration” when button become active
  6. Choose Region where your APEX instance will be placed and click “Continue to Launch”
  7. Choose Action “Launch through EC2” and click “Launch”
  8. Choose any EC2 Instance Type you want. Default machine type has 4 GiB and 2 vCores
  9. Click “Next: Configure Instance Details”
  10. Click “Next: Add Storage”
  11. Enter number of disk size in GiB (default is 15 GiB) for example 40 GiB and click “Next: Add Tags”
  12. Click “Next: Configure Security Group”
  13. Note that port 80 (for APEX) and 22 (for SSH) on instance will be open
  14. Click “Review and Launch”
  15. Click “Launch”
  16. Create new and download or choose existing key pair (it can be used later to login to machine command line) and click “Launch Instances”
  17. Click on Instance-ID (i-<random-string>) and review “IPv4 Public IP”
  18. Wait 4 minutes to make sure that your instance is created and initialized
  19. Go with your browser to http://<your-instance-ip-address>/