Machine Types

A machine type specifies a particular collection of virtualized hardware resources available to a virtual machine (VM) instance, including the memory size, virtual CPU count, and disk.

This guide describes the available machine types. For instructions about using the supported machine types in pipelines see pipeline agent documentation.

Linux machine types

Linux machine types can be paired with the Ubuntu1804 image.

Machine name Virtual CPUs 1 Memory (GB) 2 Disk (GB) 3
e1-standard-2 2 4 25
e1-standard-4 4 8 35
e1-standard-8 8 16 45

Implementation of e1 series of machine types:

  1. Virtual CPU is implemented as a single hardware hyper-thread on a 3.4GHz, Max Turbo 4.0GHz Intel® Core™ i7.
  2. Memory is implemented as DDR4 RAM.
  3. Disk is implemented as RAM drive backed by DDR4 RAM.

Apple machine type

Apple machine types can be paired with the MacOS Mojave image.

Machine name Virtual CPUs 1 Memory (GB) 2 Disk (GB) 3
a1-standard-4 4 8 50
a1-standard-8 * 8 16 50

* - available on request

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