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Oracle Cloud Infrastructure—Compute

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure provides secure, elastic, compute capacity in the cloud that ranges from virtual machines and bare metal servers to HPC, GPU, container orchestration, and management. Available on-demand, compute instances provide developers with the foundation and scalability required for enterprise workloads spanning from traditional back office to modern cloud native applications.

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure—Compute

High-performance computing solves complex problems

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure delivers on-premises performance and control for HPC workloads by offering high-performance bare metal and RDMA cluster networking.

Oracle Cloud costs less than AWS

Oracle virtual machines are 49% less expensive than comparable Intel and AMD-based AWS instances. We also charge 74% less for outbound bandwidth. Live streaming company 8x8 saved 80% in network egress costs.

*comparing Oracle Intel-based VM.Std2.2 to AWS r5.xlarge

Oracle Cloud Compute key features

Security built-in

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure provides protection for data and applications by combining layers of defense across the network, physical hardware, and web-facing layers that are aligned to hardened operational procedures. Oracle Cloud's security design has been recognized as more enhanced than on-premises offerings by 75% of those surveyed in the 2020 Oracle and KPMG Cloud Threat Report

Oracle provides end-to-end customer isolation. Always-on encryption protects customer data at rest, and APIs are HTTPS. Easy-to-use security, identity, and management policies further constrain access to services and segregate operational responsibilities to reduce risk associated with malicious and accidental user actions.

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Security built-in

Consistent high performance

Enterprise customers expect high-performance infrastructure that responds consistently to ongoing application demands. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure enables high performance and consistency across enterprise, cloud native, and HPC workloads by not oversubscribing compute, network, and storage resources.

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Consistent high performance

Lower cost and better economics than AWS

Oracle is consistently less expensive than AWS for several reasons. Our instances are up to 65% less expensive and our cost-effective data egress pricing allows customers to inexpensively move data to and from the cloud at costs up to 83% less than AWS. Lastly, our block storage offers 2.5x the IOPS performance of AWS and is 39% less expensive.

*Comparing Oracle BMHPC2.36 vs. AWS c5n.metal and Oracle VM.standard.E2.4 to AWS M5a.2xlarge as of May 31st 2020
**Comparing Oracle's BM.DenseIO2.52 to AWS’s i3en.metal instances

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Lower cost and better economics than AWS

High availability for reliable uptime

Cloud application companies expect to be online 100% of the time. To ensure 24/7 cloud availability, companies need an infrastructure that supports applications, such as Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, to deploy applications across multiple fault domains, regions, and/or availability domains (ADs).

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High availability for reliable uptime

Broad OS and image support

Choose from the most popular Linux and Windows operating systems—including Oracle Autonomous Linux, CentOS, Ubuntu, or Microsoft Windows—to run on virtual machines or bare metal.

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Broad OS and image support

Oracle Cloud Compute instances

Direct access to 100% of bare metal compute resources

Bare metal servers provide customers isolation, visibility, and control of an entire dedicated server. For the most demanding applications, Oracle’s bare metal instances scale up to 128 cores (the largest in the industry), 2 TB of RAM, and up to 1 PB of block storage. Other cloud providers install agents and additional software, but at Oracle we install zero software on bare metal machines. As a result, customers gain the highest possible levels of performance.

Features

Supports up to 64 cores, 1024 GB RAM and 25.6 TB of local SSD storage

Virtual machines provide secure, elastic, compute capacity in the cloud, accommodating workloads of all sizes. Choose from a wide variety of VM shapes, including our new E3.Flex shape, which allows customers to define the number of cores up to 64 and corresponding memory up to 1024 GB. Dense I/O shapes also offer up to 25.6 TBs of local NVMe SSD storage for applications requiring low latency, millions of IOPS, and high local storage capacity.

Features
  • 1 to 64 cores
  • Up to 1024 GB of memory
  • Up to 25.6 TB of local SSD storage
  • Up to 1 PB block storage
  • Standard instances
  • Dense I/O instances

Designed for high-performance workloads

GPU instances are used to accelerate machine learning (ML), artificial intelligence (AI), and HPC workloads. IT leaders, HPC managers and data scientists process and analyze massive data sets efficiently on Oracle’s GPU-based instances with up to 52 cores and 1 PB of block storage.

Features
  • 6 to 52 cores
  • 2 to 8 GPUs
  • NVIDIA Tesla (Pascal or Volta)
  • 192 to 768 GB RAM
  • Up to 1 PB block storage
  • Two 25 Gbps network interfaces

Run VMware workloads natively on Oracle Cloud

Oracle Cloud VMware Solution provides a customer managed, native VMware-based cloud environment, installed within a customer’s tenancy. It offers complete control using familiar VMware tools. Move or extend VMware-based workloads to the cloud without rearchitecting applications or retooling operations.

Features
  • 3-node cluster
  • 156 cores on Intel Xeon processors
  • 2304 GB of RAM
  • 153 TB of raw storage
  • Includes VMware vSphere, vSAN, NSX
  • Certified by VMware, built by Oracle
  • VMware ecosystem-compatible

End-to-end container lifecycle management

Kubernetes is open source software that allows customers to deploy and manage containerized applications at scale. Oracle’s Container Engine for Kubernetes (OKE) is a developer friendly, container-native, managed Kubernetes service for running highly available clusters. To keep pace with developments in the open source community, Container Engine for Kubernetes provides automatic updates and patching.

Features
  • One-click clusters
  • Built-in cluster add-ons
  • REST API
  • Private registry
  • Managed control plane
  • Multiple availability domain support

Store and share container images

Oracle Container Registry is a private container registry service for storing and sharing container images. Customers access images with the Docker CLI, or pull them directly into Oracle’s Container Engine for Kubernetes, Oracle Visual Builder Studio or third-party build automation tools such as Jenkins and Gitlab.

Features
  • Docker Registry v2 compliant
  • Native token authentication
  • Native identity and access
  • Co-located with Container Engine for Kubernetes
  • Support for read-only and public repositories
  • Auto-cleanup

Fully managed Linux OS

Oracle Autonomous Linux is the first, free, and only autonomous operating environment that reduces complexity and human error to deliver increased cost savings, security, and availability for Oracle Cloud customers.

Features
  • Binary compatibility with IBM’s Red Hat Enterprise Linux
  • Integrated with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure notification and monitoring services
  • Prompt protection from zero-day vulnerabilities, with no downtime
  • Automated package and patch management
  • Security compliance reporting and enforcement
  • Oracle Linux Premier Support included

Serverless platform driven by events and APIs

Functions as a service (FaaS) lets developers run serverless applications that integrate with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, Oracle Cloud Applications, and third-party services.

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Oracle Cloud Infrastructure customer successes

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July 8th, 2020

Announcing Oracle Dedicated Region Cloud@Customer and Oracle Autonomous Database on Exadata Cloud@Customer


Clay Magouyrk, Executive Vice President, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Engineering

Today, I wanted to share two announcements. First, I am excited to announce the availability of Oracle Dedicated Region Cloud@Customer – a fully-managed cloud region bringing ALL of Oracle's second-generation cloud services in customer's datacenter, starting from only a $500K/month commitment over three years, purely via consumption. Designed for enterprises that need to keep certain applications on-premises for data residency or stringent latency requirements, while using the public cloud for everything else.

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