Innovate your Ecommerce with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI)

Presently, most users have a dilemma as to whether or not to move their on-site workloads to the cloud. They would, however, hesitate to migrate their data to the cloud. Partially because they do not see a definite path toward better current technologies due to the higher costs. But also because they are not sure whether public cloud platforms are ideal for business needs. Oracle thus lets users to migrate their data to the cloud infrastructure. And additionally, offers different opportunities to innovate their eCommerce store via its industry-leading cloud computing platform with the reduction of IT modernization costs.

Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI)

In brief, Oracle Cloud is an On-Demand cloud computing service offered by the Oracle Corporation. That generally enables users to develop and run a large variety of applications and services in a highly hosted environment. In addition, through a worldwide network of Oracle Corporation managed data centers, it serves all the business needs by providing servers, storage, network, applications, and services.

Oracle Cloud’s Free-Tier

Thus, Oracle Cloud Free-Tier enables you to sign up with an Oracle Cloud account. Therefore, it includes a range of Always Free services and a Free Trial with a free credit of $300. That will be used for up to 30 days on all eligible Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services.

In addition, Always Free services are available for an indefinite period. While Free Trial services may be used until your $300 of free credits are consumed or the 30 days have expired. Whichever comes earlier.

To know further about free-tier services, just tap the below-mentioned link: https://www.oracle.com/in/cloud/free/

Compute

It’s an Oracle Cloud web service with bare metal and virtual machine (VM) computing power that also offers performance, accessibility, and control. Furthermore, this service is designed to help modern companies to do well by investing less in their most complex cloud applications and workloads. Therefore, Compute allows an easy-to-use web console to get computational resources in minutes.

Generally, Oracle cloud compute instances are available in two groups:

Virtual Machines (VMs): VMs are generally suitable for running apps that don’t need high performance and resources.

Bare Metal Machines (BMs): These are basically for the highest efficiency and strong isolation, bare metal computes instance provides dedicated physical server access.

Shapes (Size) of VM Instances

In order to cater to the various types of workloads and performance optimization, Oracle offers VM instances of different shapes (VM size).

Standard Shapes

These shapes are basically designed for general-purpose workloads. In addition, A balance of cores, memory, and network resources is provided by standard shapes.

VM Standard Series

  • VM.Standard 2
  • VM.Standard.E2.1.Micro
  • VM.Standard.E2
  • VM.Standard.E3
ShapeOCPUMemory (GB)Local Disk (TB)Max Network BandwidthMax VNICs Total: LinuxMax VNICs Total: Windows
VM.Standard2.1115Block storage only1 Gbps22
VM.Standard2.2230Block storage only2 Gbps22
VM.Standard2.4460Block storage only4.1 Gbps44
VM.Standard2.88120Block storage only8.2 Gbps88
VM.Standard2.1616240Block storage only16.4 Gbps1616
VM.Standard2.2424320Block storage only24.6 Gbps2424
VM.Standard.E2.1.Micro check Always Free Services, To know further.1Block storage only480 Mbps1
VM.Standard.E2.118Block storage only700 Mbps22
VM.Standard.E2.2216Block storage only1.4 Gbps22
VM.Standard.E2.4432Block storage only2.8 Gbps44
VM.Standard.E2.8864Block storage only5.6 Gbps44
VM.Standard.E3.Flex
1 OCPU minimum, 64 OCPUmaximum1 GB minimum, 1024 GB maximumBlock storage only1 Gbps per OCPU, maximum 40 GbpsVM with 1 OCPU: 2 VNICs. VM with 2 or more OCPUs: 1 VNIC per OCPU. Maximum 24 VNICs.VM with 1 OCPU: 2 VNICs. VM with 2 or more OCPUs: 1 VNIC per OCPU. Maximum 24 VNICs.

Dense I/O Shapes

Likewise, these are designed for large databases, workloads of big data, and applications requiring local high-performance storage.

VM Dense I/O Series: VM.DenseIO2

ShapeOCPUMemory (GB)Local Disk (TB)Max Network BandwidthMax VNICs Total: LinuxMax VNICs Total: Windows
VM.DenseIO2.881206.4 TB NVMe SSD8.2 Gbps88
VM.DenseIO2.161624012.8 TB NVMe SSD16.4 Gbps1616
VM.DenseIO2.242432025.6 TB NVMe SSD24.6 Gbps2424

GPU Shapes

Similarly, these are designed for hardware-accelerated workloads.

VM GPU Series: VM.GPU3

ShapeOCPUMemory (GB)Local Disk (TB)Max Network BandwidthMax VNICs Total: LinuxMax VNICs Total: Windows
VM.GPU3.1 (GPU: 1xV100)690Block storage only4 Gbps66
VM.GPU3.2 (GPU: 2xV100)12180Block storage only8 Gbps1212
VM.GPU3.4 (GPU: 4xV100)24360Block storage only24.6 Gbps2424

Kindly, check out the link to get further information about pricing: https://www.oracle.com/in/cloud/compute/pricing.html

Conclusion

Therefore, this blog highlights how simple it is to manage your eCommerce applications with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. Many organizations rely on Oracle databases and applications in order to run their eCommerce. Moreover, Oracle Cloud can migrate these workloads easily through automation provided by Oracle. In short, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure facilitates; management of applications that concentrates on your business and also enhances performance and flexibility with decrease costs.

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