Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Documentation

Compute Shapes

A shape is a template that determines the number of CPUs, amount of memory, and other resources allocated to a newly created instance. The following tables provide basic information about the shapes that are available for bare metal machines, virtual machines (VMs), and dedicated virtual machine hosts.

Note

AMD shapes, X5-based and X6-based shapes, and high performance computing (HPC) shapes are not available in Government Cloud realms.

Bare Metal Shapes

Shape Instance Type OCPU Memory (GB) Local Disk Network Bandwidth1 Max VNICs Total: Linux Max VNICS Total: Windows
BM.Standard1.362 X5-based standard compute 36 256 Block storage only 10 Gbps 36 1
BM.Standard.B1.44 X6-based standard compute 44 512 Block storage only 25 Gbps 44 None
BM.Standard2.52 X7-based standard compute: Intel CPUs 52 768 Block storage only 2 x 25 Gbps

52 total (26 per physical NIC)

27 total (1 on the first physical NIC, 26 on the second)
BM.Standard.E2.64 E2-based standard compute: AMD CPUs 64 512 Block storage only 2 x 25 Gbps 75 76 (1 on the first physical NIC, 75 on the second)
BM.DenseIO1.362 X5-based dense I/O compute 36 512 28.8 TB NVMe SSD (9 drives) 10 Gbps 36 1
BM.DenseIO2.52 X7-based dense I/O compute 52 768

51.2 TB NVMe SSD

(8 drives)

2 x 25 Gbps 52 total (26 per physical NIC) 27 total (1 on the first physical NIC, 26 on the second)
BM.GPU2.2 X7-based GPU compute: 2xP100 NVIDIA GPUs 28 192 Block storage only 2 x 25 Gbps 28 15 (1 on the first physical NIC, 14 on the second)
BM.GPU3.8 X7-based GPU compute: 8xV100 NVIDIA GPUs 52 768 Block storage only 2 x 25 Gbps 52 27 (1 on the first physical NIC, 26 on the second)
BM.HPC2.36 X7-based high frequency compute 36 384

6.7 TB NVMe SSD

(1 drive)

1 x 25 Gbps

1 x 100 Gbps RDMA

50 1

1: Network bandwidth is based on expected bandwidth for traffic within a VCN.

2: X5-based shapes availability is limited to monthly universal credit customers existing on or before November 9, 2018, in the US West (Phoenix), US East (Ashburn), and Germany Central (Frankfurt) regions.

VM Shapes

Shape OCPU Memory (GB) Local Disk (TB) Network Bandwidth1 Max VNICs Total: Linux Max VNICs Total: Windows
VM.Standard1.12 1 7 Block Storage only Up to 600 Mbps 2 1
VM.Standard1.22 2 14 Block Storage only Up to 1.2 Gbps 2 1
VM.Standard1.42 4 28 Block Storage only 1.2 Gbps 4 1
VM.Standard1.82 8 56 Block Storage only 2.4 Gbps 8 1
VM.Standard1.162 16 112 Block Storage only 4.8 Gbps 16 1
VM.Standard2.1 1 15 Block Storage only 1 Gbps 2 2
VM.Standard2.2 2 30 Block Storage only 2 Gbps 2 2
VM.Standard2.4 4 60 Block Storage only 4.1 Gbps 4 4
VM.Standard2.8 8 120 Block Storage only 8.2 Gbps 8 8
VM.Standard2.16 16 240 Block Storage only 16.4 Gbps 16 16
VM.Standard2.24 24 320 Block Storage only 24.6 Gbps 24 24
VM.Standard.E2.1.Micro 1 1 Block Storage only 480 Mbps 1 -
VM.Standard.E2.1 1 8 Block Storage only 700 Mbps 2 2
VM.Standard.E2.2 2 16 Block Storage only 1.4 Gbps 2 2
VM.Standard.E2.4 4 32 Block Storage only 2.8 Gbps 4 4
VM.Standard.E2.8 8 64 Block Storage only 5.6 Gbps 4 4
VM.DenseIO1.42 4 60 3.2 TB NVMe SSD 1.2 Gbps 4 1
VM.DenseIO1.82 8 120 6.4 TB NVMe SSD 2.4 Gbps 8 1
VM.DenseIO1.162 16 240 12.8 TB NVMe SSD 4.8 Gbps 16 1
VM.DenseIO2.8 8 120 6.4 TB NVMe SSD 8.2 Gbps 8 8
VM.DenseIO2.16 16 240 12.8 TB NVMe SSD 16.4 Gbps 16 16
VM.DenseIO2.24 24 320 25.6 TB NVMe SSD 24.6 Gbps 24 24

VM.GPU2.1

(GPU: 1xP100)

12 72 Block Storage only 8 Gbps 12 12

VM.GPU3.1

(GPU: 1xV100)

6 90 Block Storage only 4 Gbps 6 6

VM.GPU3.2

(GPU: 2xV100)

12 180 Block Storage only 8 Gbps 12 12

VM.GPU3.4

(GPU: 4xV100)

24 360 Block Storage only 24.6 Gbps 24 24

1: Network bandwidth is based on expected bandwidth for traffic within a VCN.

2: X5-based shapes availability is limited to monthly universal credit customers existing on or before November 9, 2018, in the US West (Phoenix), US East (Ashburn), and Germany Central (Frankfurt) regions.

Dedicated Virtual Machine Host Shapes

Shape Instance Type Billed OCPU Usable OCPU1 Supported Shapes for Hosted VMs
DVH.Standard2.52 X7-based VM host 52 48 VM.Standard2

1: The difference between billed OCPUs and usable OCPUs is due to OCPUs reserved for hypervisor use.