Connecting to your RDS for Oracle DB instance - Amazon Relational Database Service
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Connecting to your RDS for Oracle DB instance

After Amazon RDS provisions your Oracle DB instance, you can use any standard SQL client application to log in to your DB instance. Because RDS is a managed service, you can't log in as SYS or SYSTEM. For more information, see RDS for Oracle users and privileges.

In this topic, you learn how to use Oracle SQL Developer or SQL*Plus to connect to an RDS for Oracle DB instance. For an example that walks you through the process of creating and connecting to a sample DB instance, see Creating and connecting to an Oracle DB instance.