Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) offers a wide selection of operating systems for your workloads, on virtual machines and bare metal instances across OCI’s distributed cloud.
Oracle Autonomous Linux
Oracle’s high performing and secure operating environment for demanding workloads. Oracle Linux includes zero-downtime automated patching. Available in the Compute console.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux
One of the world’s leading enterprise Linux platforms. Optimized for a wide range of architectures, enabling a reliable platform for many use cases and a consistent application environment across multiple deployments.
Microsoft Windows Server
Windows Server is the foundation of Microsoft’s ecosystem and a platform for building a fleet of connected applications, networks, and web services. Available in the Compute console.
Ubuntu Server provides economic and technical scalability to your workload. It offers a lean initial installation along with integrated deployment and application modeling technologies. Available in the Compute console.
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is a secure, adaptable, and easy-to-manage Linux server platform that lets developers and administrators deploy business-critical workloads. Available in Oracle Cloud Marketplace.
AlmaLinux is an open source, community-owned and community-governed, forever-free enterprise Linux distribution, focused on long-term stability and providing a robust production-grade platform. Available in Oracle Cloud Marketplace.
Rocky Linux is an open source enterprise operating system (OS), providing solid stability with regular updates and a 10-year support lifecycle. Available in Oracle Cloud Marketplace.
CentOS is a community-driven, free operating system focused on providing a rich base platform for open source communities to build upon. Available in the Compute console.
Oracle Linux Premier Support is included on OCI.
Select from a variety of enterprise operating systems
For operating systems offered in the compute console as a platform image, Oracle Cloud supports the current and prior versions of each operating system, subject to the vendor’s lifecycle.*
Choose your performance
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure’s flexible virtual machines offer scalability as small as a single CPU and 1 GB of memory per CPU. Select the performance you need instead of oversizing and overpaying.
Run workloads where you need to
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure’s distributed cloud offers customers the flexibility to deploy their workloads wherever they want, including public clouds, hybrid clouds, dedicated regions, and multicloud environments.
We’re excited to announce the general availability and support of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) running on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). In this blog, we’ll walk through the simple steps to launch RHEL on OCI.Read the full post
Oracle Autonomous Linux tunes itself.
Simple and flexible
Power for demanding workloads
Leverage the latest capabilities
Low-latency interconnect for high performance
* Operating systems available as platform images in the OCI Compute console may not be available on all compute shapes. Please check the documentation and the console for valid configurations.