GPU instances

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Compute provides industry-leading performance and value for bare metal and virtual machine (VM) instances powered by NVIDIA GPUs for mainstream graphics, AI inference, AI training, and HPC workloads.

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Scalability

32,768

Maximum number of GPUs in an OCI Supercluster1

Performance

3,200

Up to 3,200 Gb/sec of RDMA cluster network bandwidth2

Value

220%

GPUs for other CSPs can be up to 220% more expensive3

1: for bare metal instances with NVIDIA A100 GPUs, 2: for bare metal instances with NVIDIA H100 GPUs, 3: based on on-demand pricing taken on June 16, 2023

GPU instances—key features

OCI is the only major cloud provider to offer bare metal instances with NVIDIA GPUs for high performance that’s free of virtualization overhead. For checkpointing during AI training, our instances provide the most local storage per node (61.44 TB). For a balance of performance and price, OCI VMs with NVIDIA GPUs can be up to 273% cheaper than AWS and Azure and 190% cheaper than Google Cloud.

High performance NVIDIA GPU instances

NVIDIA Tensor Core GPUs

OCI offers the highest value and performance for bare metal and virtual machine compute instances powered by NVIDIA H100, A100, A10, V100, and P100 GPUs. OCI plans to offer instances with NVIDIA’s L40S, H200, and B200 GPUs.

NVIDIA superchips

OCI plans to offer the NVIDIA GH200 Grace Hopper and GB200 Grace Blackwell superchips for large language model (LLM) inference.

High performance cluster networking

Oracle’s ultralow-latency cluster networking, based on remote direct memory access (RDMA), provides microsecond-level latency.

High performance NVIDIA GPU instances
Bandwidth against cluster nodes; 1 node = 8 NVIDIA A100 GPUs.

Deploy on VMs, bare metal instances, and Kubernetes clusters

VM instances

For VMs, choose from NVIDIA’s Ampere, Volta, and Pascal GPU architectures with one to four cores, 16 to 64 GB of GPU memory per VM, and up to 48 Gb/sec of network bandwidth.

Bare metal instances

Cluster bare metal instances for HPC and AI training using NVIDIA’s H100 or A100 Tensor Core GPUs with 640 GB of GPU memory per node.

Kubernetes orchestration

Take advantage of managed Kubernetes, service mesh, and container registry to orchestrate AI and machine learning (ML) training and inference with containers.

Choose from a variety of VM and bare metal compute instances
Comparing the performance of NVIDIA V100 and A10 GPUs

Access readily available software

Access software and disk images

Oracle Cloud Marketplace provides software and disk images for data science, analytics, artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning (ML) models so customers can quickly gain insight from their data.

NVIDIA AI Enterprise

Get access to NVIDIA AI Enterprise, an end-to-end software platform for data science and production AI, including generative AI, computer vision, and speech AI.

NVIDIA DGX Cloud

NVIDIA DGX Cloud on OCI is an AI-training-as-a-service platform, offering a serverless experience for developers that’s optimized for generative AI.

NVIDIA GPU Cloud Machine Image

Use NVIDIA GPU Cloud Machine Image for hundreds of GPU-optimized applications for machine learning, deep learning, and high performance computing covering a wide range of industries and workloads.

NVIDIA RTX Virtual Workstation

Deliver powerful workstation performance wherever employees need it by running NVIDIA RTX Virtual Workstation on Oracle Cloud.

Control your AI computing environment and data

Distributed cloud

When combined with GPU compute, OCI’s distributed cloud helps organizations run AI and cloud services where and how they’re needed.

Sovereign cloud

Support data residency within a region or country, including the EU, the US, the UK, and Australia.

OCI Dedicated Region

Deploy a complete cloud region in your data center with OCI Dedicated Region to retain full control of your data and applications.

Oracle Alloy

Become a partner for Oracle Alloy and deliver your cloud services to address specific market needs.

Microservices and containers

Container registry

Developers building applications using containers leverage a highly available, Oracle-managed private container registry service for storing and sharing container images. Push or pull Docker images to and from the registry using the Docker V2 API and the standard Docker command line interface (CLI). Images can be pulled directly into a Kubernetes deployment.

Oracle Functions

Functions as a service (FaaS) lets developers run serverless applications that integrate with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, Oracle Cloud Applications, and third-party services. Gain developer efficiency along with the community of the open source Fn Project.

GPU instances—use cases

AI infrastructure for deep learning training and inferencing

Train AI models using OCI Data Science, bare metal instances, cluster networking based on RDMA, and NVIDIA GPUs.


AI training and inferencing This diagram describes two stages of deep learning model development: model training and model inferencing. In model training on the left, the untrained neural network is input to a training algorithm enabled by OCI Data Science, bare metal compute, local storage, and cluster networking. The output of the training algorithm is a trained model with a new capability. The model inferencing step is described on the right. Consider a trained model such as DALL-E 2, which can take text inputs and generate images. A text input is fed into the trained model, and an image output from the model is provided.

Virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI)

OCI Compute powered by NVIDIA GPUs provide consistent high performance for VDI.


Virtual desktop infrastructure Virtual desktop infrastructure

CFD and high performance computing using GPU instances

OCI enables computer-aided engineering and computational fluid dynamics for fast predictions of the aerodynamic properties of objects.


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