Oracle Cloud Infrastructure - next-generation cloud infrastructure. Simplify operations and spend less with database platforms. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) combines the elasticity and economics of public cloud with the granular control, security, and predictability of on-premises infrastructure, and infrastructure services running in public regions and customer data centers.
Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) is a platform of cloud services that enable you to build and run a wide range of applications in a highly-available, consistently high-performance environment. OCI is designed to help companies run their entire application portfolio, especially their mission critical workloads, in the cloud.
Oracle has partnered with Ampere Computing, Arm, GitLab, Jenkins, and others to accelerate the Arm developer ecosystem. Oracle recently announced its first Arm-based compute offering, called Ampere A1 Compute platform, to bring additional diversity and choice to cloud computing. In partnership with Ampere Computing, the Altra Arm processors are now generally available on OCI. Oracle is the only cloud provider offering Arm-based compute instances at only one cent per core hour with flexible sizing from 1 to 80 OCPUs and 1 to 64 GB of memory per core. The Ampere A1 compute platform provides deterministic performance, linear scalability, and a secure architecture with excellent price-performance. Oracle’s investment in the Arm ecosystem will give developers, partners, and customers the tools, solutions, and support needed to build and run the next generation of Arm-based applications in the cloud.