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YellowDog Cloud Instance Management at ISC 2022

At ISC 2022, YellowDog showed off its cloud management platform that helps match workloads to the right instances on-prem and across clouds

Oracle Cloud Giving Away Ampere Arm A1 Instances Always Free

Oracle Cloud is giving away Ampere Altra-based Arm A1 instances in its Always Free Tier with 4 cores and 24GB of memory

Oracle Autonomous Linux for the Autonomous Cloud

Oracle Autonomous Linux is designed to automate security, configuration, reporting, and performance tuning removing potential for human error

Oracle Exadata X8M Platform with Intel Optane for Fastest Databases

STH saw the new Oracle Exadata X8M solution at Oracle OpenWorld 2019 equipped with Intel Xeon CPUs and Optane DCPMMs and 100GbE RoCE

Oracle Cloud Gets an Always Free Tier

Oracle Cloud gets an Always Free tier offering features like compute VMs and Oracle Autonomous Database VMs for an unlimited time

Oracle Shows 1060 Raspberry Pi Supercomputer at OOW

At Oracle OpenWorld 2019, the company had something unique: a 1060 Raspberry Pi 3 B+ cluster it calls the Raspberry Pi Supercomputer.

Oracle Announces 64 Core AMD EPYC Bare Metal Instances

At Oracle OpenWorld 2018 Oracle announced the availability of an intriguing new instance type. The new Oracle E series will be AMD EPYC based and will start with a standard E2 instance. We wanted to cover this because it has a few unique features in the announcement.
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Oracle adds NVIDIA Tesla P100 to its Cloud and X7 Servers

Oracle is adding NVIDIA Tesla P100 GPUs to its cloud and X7 server series to service the AI and Deep Learning fields to drive growth in its platforms

Oracle SPARC M8 released with 32 cores 256 threads 5.0GHz

The new Oracle SPARC M8 has 32 cores, 256 threads, a 5.0GHz maximum clock speed and hardware crypto, compression, and SQL on Chip accelerators

New Oracle Server X7-2 Touts Solaris Support

Oracle is marketing its newest server, the Oracle Server X7-2, headlining Solaris support after the company cut most of the OS support staff