Creating a Virtual Machine Instance in the Oracle Cloud
What is a Virtual Machine Instance?
Virtual Machine (VM) instances offer compute resources in many shapes, from a single OCPU to 24 OCPUs, catering to a variety of workloads and software architectures. All Oracle Cloud Infrastructure VM shapes support remote block storage. The dense I/O shapes also offer up to 25.6 TBs of local NVMe SSD storage for applications requiring low latency, millions of IOPS, and high local storage capacity.
How to create a Virtual Machine Instance in the Oracle Cloud
Curious how creating a Virtual Machine in the Oracle Cloud actually works? In this video our Cloud consultant Micky Blom explains how easy it is: