Cloud Infrastructure for Startups

Startups use Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) to build cloud native, scalable, high-performing, and highly available applications using every modern language, framework, and cloud service they expect from a leading cloud platform.

Start with Oracle Cloud Free Tier

Get started by accessing a wide range of OCI services, including select Always Free cloud services.

Build using the Oracle Developer Center

Try out developer sandboxes or packaged deployments of your favorite software such as deploying a Kubernetes cluster.

Learn about OCI’s cost advantage

Explore cost calculators, third-party analyst reviews, and detailed cost comparisons between OCI and other cloud platforms.

VizSeek increases visual search performance by nearly 50% with OCI.
MeVitae scales from processing 5,000 to 50,000 resumes per day after migrating their recruiting solution to OCI.
Waste2Go improves waste collection efficiency with a cloud native platform on OCI.
Hyreo helps Societe Generale reduce recruiter effort by 20% and increase positive candidate feedback by 55% with the performance of OCI.
UniQreate scales their intelligent data extraction product on OCI, saving 20% monthly.

Oracle Cloud startup reference architectures

Learn best practices from how startups are using Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Navigate across hundreds of use cases, and validate technical approaches across OCI’s portfolio of services and capabilities.

  • Reference Architecture

    Vistory uses an API gateway, ERP systems, and a MYSQL database cluster in a highly available architecture. They run Jenkins for CI/CD and containers on Oracle Container Engine for Kubernetes. Vistory runs an intellectual property management and distribution platform using Ethereum blockchain with this architecture.

  • Reference Architecture

    VizSeek uses Redis databases, GlusterFS, and Oracle MYSQL Database Service with GPU-based servers in a high-availability architecture. AI models are developed using TensorFlow and PyTorch to power their AI-based visual search platform running on OCI.

  • Reference Architecture

    UniQreate uses object storage, Oracle MYSQL Database Service, and low-latency file services, and runs GPU instances. They run Jenkins for CI/CD, and a prediction engine with AI and ML modules, all automated with ansible scripts. This architecture, deployed across multiple fault domains for high availability, allows UniQreate to provide their customers with data that has better context and representation.