Before you can start using Oracle Functions to create and deploy functions, you have to set up your tenancy for function development.
When a tenancy is created, an Administrators group is automatically created for the tenancy. Users that are members of the Administrators group can perform any operation on resources in the tenancy. Oracle Functions users are typically not members of the Administrators group, and do not have to be. However, a member of the Administrators group does need to perform a number of administrative tasks to enable users to use Oracle Functions.
To set up your tenancy for function development, you have to complete the following tasks in the order shown in this checklist (the instructions in the topics below assume that you are a tenancy administrator):
Click each of the links in turn, and follow the instructions.
When you have set up your tenancy for function development, the next step is to set up your client development environment (see Configuring Your Client Environment for Function Development).