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|Product||Comparison Price ( /vCPU) *||Unit price||Unit|
|Block Volume Storage||Gigabyte storage capacity per month|
|Block Volume Performance Units||Performance Units per gigabyte per month
|Object Storage - Infrequent Access||
|Gigabyte storage capacity per month|
|Object Storage - Infrequent Access - Retrieval||
|Gigabyte storage retrieved per month|
|Object Storage - Standard||Gigabyte storage capacity per month|
|Object Storage - Requests||10,000 requests per month|
|File Storage||Gigabyte storage capacity per month|
|Archive Storage||Gigabyte storage capacity per month|
|Data Transfer Service (HDD)1||Free||Free|
|Data Transfer Service (Appliance)2||Free||Free|
|Inbound Data Transfer||Free||Gigabyte outbound data transfer per month|
|Outbound Data Transfer - First 10 TB / Month||Free||Gigabyte outbound data transfer per month|
1 Customer is responsible for purchasing hard disk drives and paying for shipping data to and from Oracle Data Transfer Site.
2 For data export, Outbound Data Transfer Networking charges apply.
*To make it easier to compare pricing across cloud service providers, Oracle web pages show both vCPU (virtual CPUs) prices and OCPU (Oracle CPU) prices for products with compute-based pricing. The products themselves, provisioning in the portal, billing, etc. continue to use OCPU (Oracle CPU) units. OCPUs represent physical CPU cores. Most CPU architectures, including x86, execute two threads per physical core, so 1 OCPU is the equivalent of 2 vCPUs for x86-based compute. The per-hour OCPU rate customers are billed at is therefore twice the vCPU price since they receive two vCPUs of compute power for each OCPU, unless it’s a sub-core instance such as preemptible instances. Additional details supporting the difference between OCPU vs. vCPU can be accessed here.