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Amazon Elastic Inference allows you to attach low-cost GPU-powered acceleration to Amazon EC2 and Amazon SageMaker instances or Amazon ECS tasks to reduce the cost of running deep learning inference by up to 75%. Amazon Elastic Inference supports TensorFlow, Apache MXNet, and ONNX models, with more frameworks coming soon.
In most deep learning applications, making predictions using a trained model—a process called inference—can drive as much as 90% of the compute costs of the application due to two factors. First, standalone GPU instances are designed for model training and are typically oversized for inference. While training jobs batch process hundreds of data samples in parallel, most inference happens on a single input in real time that consumes only a small amount of GPU compute. Even at peak load, a GPU's compute capacity may not be fully utilized, which is wasteful and costly. Second, different models need different amounts of GPU, CPU, and memory resources. Selecting a GPU instance type that is big enough to satisfy the requirements of the most demanding resource often results in under-utilization of the other resources and high costs.
Amazon Elastic Inference solves these problems by allowing you to attach just the right amount of GPU-powered inference acceleration to any EC2 or SageMaker instance type or ECS task with no code changes. With Amazon Elastic Inference, you can now choose the instance type that is best suited to the overall CPU and memory needs of your application, and then separately configure the amount of inference acceleration that you need to use resources efficiently and to reduce the cost of running inference.

Oracle Compute Cloud Service is an infrastructure as a service (IaaS) offering that provides flexible and scalable computing, block storage, and networking services on Oracle Cloud. You can now set up and manage your computing and storage workloads in the cloud, on demand, using a self-service portal. You'll significantly reduce your computing costs and increase your business efficiency and agility. Use Oracle Compute Cloud Service to migrate your on-premises workloads to the cloud and reap the many cloud benefits.

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Amazon Elastic Inference is ranked 11th in Compute Service while Oracle Compute Cloud Service is ranked 10th in Compute Service. Amazon Elastic Inference is rated 0.0, while Oracle Compute Cloud Service is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Amazon Elastic Inference is most compared with AWS Fargate, Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling, AWS Lambda and AWS Batch, whereas Oracle Compute Cloud Service is most compared with AWS Lambda, AWS Fargate, Apache NiFi, Azure Stream Analytics and Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling.

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