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Show HN: Run Compute Resources on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure's Free Tier
3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 20 May 2022
I was first exposed to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure by having to spearhead my employer's tenancy there in addition to AWS and Azure. After realizing OCI offered a fairly generous amount of compute resources on its Free Tier, I decided to explore moving some of my own personal workloads there.
As I ended up creating Terraform configurations for my experimentation, I decided to refine them and make them potentially useful for those who want to try running compute instances on OCI or want to see samples of Terraform configurations for OCI.
The one I've submitted provisions the maximum amount of compute resources available on the Free Tier in terms of processing power, memory, and block storage along with managed volume backups.
I've also created a similar configuration that provisions a "minimal" amount of resources in the form of a single compute instance: https://github.com/RhubarbSin/terraform-oci-free-compute-min...
I hope someone may find these examples helpful and informative.
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