90- Deploy a Server on the OCI Arm Ampere A1 Compute - Part 8

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How to deploy a server/instance on the newly released Arm Ampere AI compute shape in Oracle OCI. In this session, we will summarize what we have learned from the last seven sessions on the basics of OCI and you will see how those basics concepts are helping us create a new virtual machine.

Two days back, Oracle has announced the release of Arm Based computing on the OCI; with this, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) offers Ampere Altra processors with an 80-core Arm server. The Arm is at the ‘heart’ of mobile gaming, and the Arm architecture belongs to ‘reduced instruction set computing (RISC)’ architectures for computer processors. Some of the critical features of this architecture are to provide predictable performance, high scalability, and power efficiency. ARM makes 32-bit and 64-bit RISC multi-core processors. RISC processors are designed to perform a smaller number of types of computer instructions so that they can operate at a higher speed, performing more millions of instructions per second (MIPS). By stripping out unneeded instructions and optimizing pathways, RISC processors provide outstanding performance at a fraction of the power demand of CISC (complex instruction set computing) devices.

I have seen another article written on how to deploy Minecraft on the Cloud. So these two things coincided, and I thought, let me try and create my own Minecraft server on the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to run an Arm-based workload. All the steps are recorded in the video below, and it took me just twenty minutes to complete the entire process. I am looking forward to deploying enterprise workload to Arm-based instances.

So I thought, let me try and create my own Minecraft server on the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. All the processes is recorded in the video below, and it took me just twenty minutes to complete the entire process. I am looking forward to playing this weekend game installed on the OCI server

You’ll Learn: Practical work to deploy a server on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure in the audio course – part – 8 (Practical Work)
  1. Basics of the Oracle Compute service
  2. Different types of compute shapes
  3. Build and deploy a server on ARM Ampere A1 compute

https://www.otechtalks.tv/deploy-a-server-on-the-oci-arm-ampere-a1-compute-part-8/

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