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[Oracle] [FREE] Two Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Compute VMs FOREVER $0

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[FREE] Two Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Compute VMs FOREVER $0

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September 26, 2019
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Oracle
Well, let's post something different today.


Oracle Cloud Free Tier:
  • Two Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Compute VMs; Block, Object, and Archive Storage; Load Balancer and data egress; Monitoring and Notifications
  • Two Oracle Autonomous Databases with powerful tools like Oracle Application Express (APEX) and Oracle SQL Developer

https://www.oracle.com/cloud/free/

Well, credit card check is required, please don't ask me is Oracle a legal company...


BE CAREFUL: ONLY FREE FOR YOUR HOME REGION (your selection during register.)

Make sure you get an Always Free tag once you created your VM.
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Thx OP, bought 10! :facepalm:
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is Oracle legal company??
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thx for sharing on a sign up
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Thanks OP!

What is the use of it?
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Since it's Oracle, I'd be terrified of accidentally clicking the wrong thing and enabling a feature that sends a bill for thousands of dollars. It's very much the sort of thing that they'd do: Oracle is going after companies using Virtualbox Extension Pack with download logs and their office IP. Oracle copying the old Torrenting lawsuits for its free for home user licenses that exclude businesses.
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Skyspark wrote: Since it's Oracle, I'd be terrified of accidentally clicking the wrong thing and enabling a feature that sends a bill for thousands of dollars. It's very much the sort of thing that they'd do: Oracle is going after companies using Virtualbox Extension Pack with download logs and their office IP. Oracle copying the old Torrenting lawsuits for its free for home user licenses that exclude businesses.
Just use your pre-paid stack card... lol.
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What would one use this for?
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Orz, need credit card but I don't want to provide.
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NowJoJo wrote: What would one use this for?
If you're a web developer building apps and stuff...
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It's not bad, but basically like the free tier that other cloud providers have
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Thanks op, signed up with stack mc
I spent way too much time finding good deals! Now I will focus on getting my Ph.D. :)
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So can you run a web server with 100 GB of storage with this? And no traffic limits?
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I haven't used OCI before but what's so special about this offer? AWS offers free-tier and I'm pretty sure GCP offers something similar
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bridonca wrote: So can you run a web server with 100 GB of storage with this? And no traffic limits?
There is some limits, but enough for personal site or running some python scripts
Thx OP, bought 10! :facepalm:
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Two VMs and load balancing is unusual for a free tier, I don't think any of the other major cloud providers offer more than one. Good if you want to play around with high availability and failover stuff. I'm not sure if it lets you run the free VMs in different datacentres, if so you could actually use it to host a live service with some degree of redundancy. It's an interesting offering, and never bad to have another free tier cloud provider to increase competition. Thanks for the heads up!
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