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Redwood Shores, Calif.—May 14, 2020
NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core GPU
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is built for customers running artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), high-performance computing (HPC), and big data workloads in the cloud. To support this important work, Oracle is bringing the newly announced NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core GPU to its Oracle Gen 2 Cloud regions. NVIDIA A100 is the first elastic, multi-instance GPU that unifies training, inference, HPC, and analytics.
When running on Oracle Cloud, the new A100 GPUs will help enterprises unlock more value from their data and innovate faster, enabling important breakthroughs such as testing and developing new medications, building safer airplanes, and quickly sourcing natural resources.
“Oracle is enhancing what NVIDIA GPUs can do in the cloud,” said Vinay Kumar, vice president, product management, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. “The combination of NVIDIA’s powerful GPU computing platform with Oracle’s bare metal compute infrastructure and low latency RDMA clustered network is extremely compelling for enterprises. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure’s high-performance file server solutions supply data to the A100 Tensor Core GPUs at unprecedented rates, enabling researchers to find cures for diseases faster and engineers to build safer cars.”
“Our growing collaboration with Oracle is fueling incredible innovations across a wide range of industries and uses,” said Ian Buck, vice president and general manager of Accelerated Computing, NVIDIA. “By integrating NVIDIA’s new A100 Tensor Core GPUs into its cloud service offerings, Oracle is giving innovators everywhere access to breakthrough computing performance to accelerate their most critical work in AI, machine learning, data analytics and high performance computing.”
With NVIDIA A100 GPUs, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure delivers acceleration and flexibility for training, inferencing, and analytics. Oracle’s newest GPU bare metal and virtual machine instances will accelerate the time to discovery and empower Oracle customers to solve large problems in science, engineering and business.
Many industries are using HPC technology to advance innovations and manage day-to-day business, including:
The new GPU bare metal shape, BM.GPU4.8, will feature 8 x 40 GB NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core GPUs, all interconnected via NVIDIA NVLink. The CPU on board has 64 physical cores of AMD Rome processors running at 2.9 GHz. The new bare metal instance has 2,048 GB of memory, 24 TB NVMe, 1.6 Tbps throughput with RDMA provided by Oracle’s Cluster Networking. This new shape will launch with limited availability soon, and will be available globally across Oracle Cloud regions in Europe, US, and JAPAC this summer.
|Shape||NVIDIA GPUs||Interconnect||CPU Cores||Memory||Storage||Networking||Price (GPU/hr)|
|BM.GPU4.8||8x 40 GB A100||NVIDIA NVLink||64||2048 GB||25 TB NVMe||1.6 Tbps||$3.05|
|BM.GPU3.8||8x 16 GB V100||NVIDIA NVLink||52||768 GB||Up to 1 PB of block||50 Gbps||$2.95|
|BM.GPU2.2||2x 16 GB P100||PCIe||28||192 GB||Up to 1 PB of block||50 Gbps||$1.275|
In addition to the bare metal instance shapes, organizations will also be able to deploy virtual machines of one, two or four GPUs per virtual machine.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Data Science enables teams of data scientists to easily build, train, and manage models on Oracle Cloud in a collaborative, managed environment. The service supports Python, JupyterLab, and a variety of the most popular open source packages for deep learning (such as TensorFlow, Keras, PyTorch and MXNET), machine learning (such as scikit-learn and xgboost), visualization libraries (such as Plotly, matplotlib), and much more. In a future release, data scientists will be able to access the new NVIDIA A100s on the service to speed up large-scale matrix calculations and parallelize large-scale machine learning and deep learning problems.
In addition, Oracle is enabling data scientists to deploy AI models through a pre-configured Image available from the Oracle Cloud Marketplace. This Image includes NVIDIA’s Deep Neural Network libraries, common ML/Deep Learning frameworks, Jupyter Notebooks and common Python/R integrated development environments. This Image also includes basic sample data, code for testing, and can be up and running in minutes. Users can deploy this data science and AI Image today using any of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure’s GPU offerings.
Oracle and NVIDIA have been collaborating to bring GPU accelerated computing to developers and customers worldwide. Some examples of this work include integrating CUDA-X libraries into applications created with GraalVM languages, enabling real-time streaming prognostics in the Oracle Cloud with MSET2 (a machine learning method for anomaly detection), enhancing conversational AI with Oracle Digital Assistant, and accelerating data science pipelines through the Oracle Cloud Data Science Platform.
These advancements will enable users to easily unlock their data, and integrate ML and Deep Learning into applications. With Oracle Cloud Infrastructure enabled by NVIDIA A100 GPUs, data science teams can continue to accelerate successful model deployment and produce enterprise-grade results and performance for predictive analytics to drive positive business outcomes.
Also announced today, Oracle for Startups and NVIDIA Inception are giving startups access to two powerful technologies to cloud computing power that is fast, scalable and highly secure. Eligible startups get access to Oracle for Startups program benefits. Startups can receive free Oracle Cloud credits for three months and a 70% discount for up to two years on ongoing cloud services, which can be used on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure’s GPU portfolio of offerings, such as NVIDIA Tesla V100 and the upcoming NVIDIA A100 GPUs. Existing Oracle for Startups members can also get access to NVIDIA’s Inception program. You can read the announcement here and get started by applying at Oracle for Startups.
Users can get started on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure with free credits for premium services such as NVIDIA GPUs. Visit https://www.oracle.com/cloud/free/ for more information.
Read more about today’s announcement on our blog.
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