Virtual machines (VMs) provide secure and elastic compute capacity in the cloud for workloads ranging from small development projects to large-scale, global applications like real-time communication platforms. A variety of VM shapes are available, including the new flexible shapes, which lets customers specify the precise number of cores (up to 80) and corresponding memory (up to 64 GB per core) to match workload requirements. This capability alleviates the concerns associated with having to choose predefined sizes.
Oracle's revolutionary Arm-based compute offering, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Ampere A1 Compute, is now available on OCI. Customers can run cloud native and general-purpose workloads on Arm-based instances with significant price-performance benefits.
With autoscaling, customers automatically adjust the number of compute instances in a pool to accommodate unexpected demand or save costs when fewer resources are required. We provide multiple access methods for customers via console, command line interface (CLI), or application programming interface (API).
With flexible VM instances, customers increase or decrease capacity in minutes by adding CPUs and memory to their existing footprint. Customers choose between 1 to 64 cores, and between 1 and 64 GB per core (up to 1024 GB per instance) to precisely match workload demands and optimize costs.
Match workloads with instance type to find your ideal fit:
Utilize the CPU architecture you prefer, based on workload demands:
Oracle’s straightforward and globally consistent cloud storage pricing has no provisioning charges for standard IOPS usage, and doesn’t use complex pricing formulas to forecast spend.
Oracle Cloud networking infrastructure is fast, predictable, and inexpensive, offering the lowest data egress charges from a major cloud provider (including 10 TB at no charge). For customers with significant data transfer requirements, this results in a huge cost advantage.
Compute, storage, database, and infrastructure prices are the same across the globe.
Prevent attacks on customer tenancies with isolated network virtualization. A foundational element of Oracle Cloud infrastructure’s security-first architecture, the design stops malware in its tracks with a custom-designed SmartNIC to isolate and virtualize the network.
Using easy-to-define policies organized by logical groups of users and resources, control not only who has access to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure resources but which ones and the access type. Customers manage identities and grant access by leveraging existing organizational hierarchies and federated directory services, including Microsoft, Okta and other SAML directory providers.
Reduce the risk of firmware-based attacks against Oracle Cloud Infrastructure customer tenants with custom-built, hardware-based, root-of-trust-technology designed to wipe and reinstall the firmware every time a new server is provisioned or a new customer tenancy is established.
Protect applications from malicious and unwanted internet traffic with a cloud-based, PCI-compliant, global web application firewall (WAF) service. By combining threat intelligence with consistent rule enforcement, this service strengthens defenses and protects internet-facing application servers.
Centrally manage and maintain control of the encryption keys and secret credentials used to protect enterprise data and access resources. The security for both are stored in Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) 140-2, Level 3-certified, hardware security module (HSM).
Users can further control permissions for individual keys and vaults with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Identity and Access Management, and monitor key lifecycle with Oracle Audit to meet enhanced compliance requirements.
Oracle supports an extensive list of Microsoft Windows Server and enterprise Linux operating systems, including Oracle Linux, CentOS, Ubuntu, and many others. Oracle Autonomous Linux is a free, autonomous operating environment that reduces complexity and human error to deliver increased cost savings, security and availability.
Easily discover and launch images for Oracle Applications and third-party business applications from an expanding ecosystem of Oracle partners.
Customers can run their own operating systems and hypervisors on Oracle compute instances and use the same image across configuration sizes.
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.
Developers building cloud native applications utilize our managed Kubernetes service to run highly available clusters with the control and security enterprises require. Users can eliminate cluster management and administrative overhead while getting the latest Kubernetes updates automatically and keeping pace with the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF).
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.
Oracle Cloud offers a suite of migration, provisioning and management tools for Oracle applications like E-Business Suite, JD Edwards, PeopleSoft, Siebel, and Hyperion, as well as related customizations and associated databases, to support customer cloud transitions. Automated migration and provisioning tools facilitate rapid deployment while maintaining key customizations.
ISVs build, deploy, and run their applications on Oracle Cloud because of its high performance. Altair, a leader in cutting-edge design applications, develops and runs software faster with OCI’s high-performance compute instances.
It is possible to eliminate the human effort required to monitor and manage applications and infrastructure. Oracle Cloud Management and Governance services automate the management of on-premises and Oracle Cloud environments, supporting hybrid and multicloud strategies.
To meet rapidly increasing demand for its services, Zoom needed additional cloud capacity immediately. Zoom selected Oracle Cloud Infrastructure for its advantages in performance, scalability, reliability, and superior cloud security.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Monitoring helps organizations optimize the resource utilization and uptime of their infrastructure and applications. This service provides fine-grained, out-of-the-box metrics and dashboards that equip DevOps, IT, and site reliability engineers (SREs) with the real-time insights to respond to anomalies as they occur.
Customers across a range of industries have taken advantage of the isolation, visibility, and control offered with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure’s virtual machines.
Our core tenet has always been the best price performance, giving customers the benefits of on-premises with all the flexibility of public cloud. This goal was evident when last September, when we announced a roadmap of compute hardware instances, including instances based on Intel’s third-generation Xeon scalable processors, which are code named “Ice Lake.”Read the complete post
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