Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) provides fast, flexible, and affordable compute capacity to fit any workload need, from high performance bare metal servers and flexible VMs to lightweight containers and serverless computing.
OCI consumption revenue has grown 88% year over year (Q2 FY2023 earnings). Hear why customers are choosing us.
Select exactly the number of cores and the memory your applications need.
Delivering high performance for enterprise workloads.
Simplify application development with serverless compute.
Your choice of technologies including Kubernetes and containers.
NVIDIA GPUs for machine learning, scientific visualization, and other graphics processing.
Capabilities such as RDMA, high performance storage and network traffic isolation.
cores for virtual machines
cores for bare metal instances
of block storage per instance
of network bandwidth
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure consistently delivers better price performance than other cloud providers.
better compute price performance
higher IOPS/GB for block storage
more IOPS for bare metal instances
lower compute costs for HPC
Dive deeper into OCI compute, storage, and networking.
Virtual machine-based (VM) shapes offer customizable core and memory combinations. Customers can optimize costs by choosing a specific number of cores and the amount of memory to customize for their workload needs.
VM shapes provide a balance of processor cores, memory, and network resources.
VM shapes offer high-performance local storage for large databases, big data workloads, and other applications.
GPU VM shapes include NVIDIA graphics processors for running hardware-accelerated workloads.
Optimized VM shapes provide high-frequency processor cores and support for cluster networking.
Dedicated VM Host Shapes offer bare metal servers provisioned with software to host VMs.
Bare metal servers provide a balance of cores, memory, and network resources.
Bare metal servers equipped with high-performance local storage and optimized for large databases and big data workloads.
Bare metal servers equipped with NVIDIA graphics processors in addition to Intel or AMD processors.
Bare metal servers for high performance computing (HPC) workloads that require high frequency processor cores and cluster networking.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Functions is a serverless platform that lets developers create, run, and scale applications without managing any infrastructure.
* customers can request limit increases for greater needs
Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes (OKE) is a managed Kubernetes service for operating containerized applications at scale while reducing the time, cost, and operational burden of managing the complexities of Kubernetes infrastructure—including providing a complete serverless experience with virtual nodes. OKE supports virtual machines, bare metal servers, and serverless Kubernetes. Container Engine for Kubernetes supports these types of virtual machines and bare metal servers:
OCI Container Instances is a serverless compute service that lets you instantly run containers without managing any servers.
OCI Container Registry is an open standards-based, Oracle-managed Docker registry service for securely storing and sharing container images.
OCI supports several prebuilt Oracle-provided images and user-created custom images. In addition, Oracle OS Management Service lets you manage updates and patches for the operating system environments on your instances.
Oracle Cloud VMware Solution lets you create and manage VMware-enabled software-defined data centers in OCI. The minimum configuration includes:
With Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), customers have the same low cloud pricing across all regions and services, enabling predictable spend from proof of concept to full production. Leverage committed use discounts, software license portability, and additional rewards.
Reduce your costs by matching compute to workload profile with Preemptible and burstable instances
1 OCPU 1 GB RAM
Increase or decrease CPU or RAM to optimize performance and reduce cost.
1 GB–64 GB PER OCPU
Balance cores, memory, and network resources.
160 OCPU 1,024 GB RAM
Provide servers and VMs with access to NVIDIA GPUs for graphics and AI/ML workloads.
6 OCPU 16 GB RAM
Greg Pavlik, Senior Vice President, Oracle
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Oracle provides both the technology and the guidance you need to succeed at every step of your journey, from planning and adoption through to continuous innovation.
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The best way to learn is to try it yourself. Use our tutorials and hands-on labs with the Oracle Cloud Free Tier, your own Oracle Cloud tenancy, or for selected solutions in an Oracle-provided free lab environment.
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Learn more about preemptible capacity, burstable instances, autoscaling, GPUs, flexible computing, and more.
See how our architects and other customers deploy a wide range of workloads, from enterprise apps to HPC, from microservices to data lakes. Understand the best practices, hear from other customer architects in our Built & Deployed series, and even deploy many workloads with our "click to deploy" capability—or do it yourself from our GitHub repo.
Oracle Cloud pricing is simple, with consistent low pricing worldwide, supporting a wide range of use cases. To estimate your low rate, check out the cost estimator and configure the services to suit your needs.
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