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Product  Unit Price  Metric 

Compute  Virtual Machine Standard  X7  OCPU Per Hour  
Compute  Virtual Machine Dense I/O  X7  OCPU Per Hour  
Compute  Standard  E3  OCPU  OCPU Per Hour  
Compute  Standard  E3  Memory  Gigabytes Per Hour  
Compute  Virtual Machine Standard  E2 Micro  Free  Free  OCPU Per Hour 
Compute  Standard  E2  OCPU Per Hour  
Database  Marketplace Compute Image  Microsoft SQL Enterprise  OCPU Per Hour  
Database  Marketplace Compute Image  Microsoft SQL Standard  OCPU Per Hour 
*All compute instances use boot volumes as their system disk. Additional storage and boot volumes are billed at the standard block volumes service pricing. Note, that this is in addition to the price of the compute instance.
*E3 SKUs will support resourcebased pricing. The OCPU and the memory resources are priced separately and customers will need to purchase the Memory SKU along with the OCPU SKU. The memory to OCPU ratio can range from 1GB/OCPU upto 64 GB/OCPU.
Product  Unit Price  Metric 

Compute  Bare Metal Standard  X7  OCPU Per Hour  
Compute  Bare Metal Dense I/O  X7  OCPU Per Hour  
Compute  Bare Metal Standard  HPC  X7  OCPU Per Hour  
Compute  Standard  E3  OCPU  OCPU Per Hour  
Compute  Standard  E3  Memory  Gigabytes Per Hour  
Compute  Standard  E2  OCPU Per Hour 
You can find upgrade options for previous shapes including BM.HighIO on the Compute FAQ page.
*All compute instances use boot volumes as their system disk. Additional storage and boot volumes are billed at the standard block volumes service pricing. Note, that this is in addition to the price of the compute instance.
*E3 SKUs will support resourcebased pricing. The OCPU and the memory resources are priced separately and customers will need to purchase the Memory SKU along with the OCPU SKU. The OCPU and memory resources are fixed for E3 Bare Metal Instances but Virtual Machine Instances memory to OCPU ratio can range from 1GB/OCPU upto 64 GB/OCPU.
Product  Unit Price  Metric  Additional Details 

Compute  VMWare Solution  OCPU Per Hour  Additional OCPUs can be added in quantities of 52 OCPUs. 
Minimum of 156 OCPUs each month.
Instances are available as both virtual machines and bare metal, providing flexibility and performance at the fraction of the cost of other public cloud providers.
Shape  GPUs  Architecture  GPU Interconnect  GPU Memory  CPU Cores  CPU Memory  Network  Price (GPU/hr) 

VM.GPU2.1  1x NVIDIA P100  Pascal  N/A  16 GB  12  78 GB  25 Gbps  
BM.GPU2.2  2x NVIDIA P100  Pascal  N/A  32 GB  28  192 GB  2x 25 Gbps  
VM.GPU3.1  1x NVIDIA V100 Tensor Core  Volta  N/A  16 GB  6  90 GB  400 Mbps  
VM.GPU3.2  2x NVIDIA V100 Tensor Core  Volta  NVIDIA NVLINK  32 GB  12  180 GB  800 Gbps  
VM.GPU3.4  4x NVIDIA V100 Tensor Core  Volta  NVIDIA NVLINK  64 GB  24  360 GB  25 Gbps  
BM.GPU3.8  8x NVIDIA V100 Tensor Core  Volta  NVIDIA NVLINK  128 GB  52  768 GB  2x 25 Gbps  
VM.GPU4.1*  1x NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core  Ampere  N/A  40 GB  7  224 GB  6.25 Gbps  
VM.GPU4.2*  2x NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core  Ampere  NVIDIA NVLINK  80 GB  15  480 GB  12.5 Gbps  
VM.GPU4.4*  4x NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core  Ampere  NVIDIA NVLINK  160 GB  30  960 GB  25 Gbps  
BM.GPU4.8  8x NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core  Ampere  NVIDIA NVLINK  320 GB  64  2048 GB  8 x 200 Gbps RDMA 
Operating Systems  Unit Price (OCPU Per Hour) 

Oracle Linux 6/7*  Free 
CentOS 6.x/7.x  Free 
Ubuntu 14.x/16.x  Free 
Compute  Windows OS**

*Oracle Linux Premier Support included. With the Unbreakable Enterprise Kernel (UEK), part of Oracle Linux, customers can take advantage of Ksplice zerodowntime updates.
**Windows Server license cost is an addon to the underlying compute instance price. You will pay for the compute instance cost and Windows license cost separately. You can get more information on how Microsoft Windows Server charges apply from the Compute FAQ page.
Product  Unit Price  Metric 

Compute  Virtual Machine Standard  X5  OCPU Per Hour  
Compute  Bare Metal Standard  X5  OCPU Per Hour 
*Legacy Compute Instances are in use by some current customers but are no longer available for new deployments.