Running webcenter Portal  based enterprise application using oracle webcenter content on the java cloud.

And direction on how to use cloud service for a oracle webcenter application based on oracle webcenter content.
We currently have an on premise enterprise application that is built using oracle webcenter,content ,
ADF and connecting to OID for authentication and authorization.
From the document I get the we can have the ADF application deployed.
How about the migration of content.
Can we build a webcenter portal domain?
Can we have OID instance?
Can we have BIP instance on the cloud?

Hello,
You can currently store users of the WebCenter products in the embedded LDAP server provided by the WebLogic server.
As far as I know, BIP or OID are not currently supported in the cloud.
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