The following table lists the hardware and Oracle Cloud resource characteristics of Autonomous Exadata Infrastructure Resources.
|Number of Compute Nodes||2|
|— Total Maximum Number of Enabled CPU Cores||92|
|— Total RAM Capacity||1440 GB|
|Number of Exadata Storage Servers||3|
|— Total Raw Flash Storage Capacity||76.8 TB|
|— Total Raw Disk Storage Capacity||360 TB|
|— Total Usable Storage Capacity||106.9 TB|
|Maximum SQL Flash Read IOPS||1,194,000|
|Maximum SQL Flash Write IOPS||1,088,000|
|Maximum Number of Autonomous Container Databases||12 (See note)|
|Maximum Number of Autonomous Databases per Autonomous Container Database||92 (See note)|
Note:Oracle Autonomous Database does not currently support over-provisioning, the ability for multiple Autonomous Databases to share a single CPU core. Therefore, the Quarter2.92 shape can currently support up to a maximum of 92 Autonomous Databases across all Autonomous Container Databases. This maximum number will increase when Oracle Autonomous Database supports over-provisioning.