Oracle has announced the general availability of the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Generative AI service, along with new innovations that make it easier for enterprises to take advantage of the latest advancements.

OCI Generative AI service is a fully managed service that integrates large language models (LLMs) from Cohere and Meta Llama 2 to address a range of business use cases. The service now includes multilingual capabilities that support over 100 languages, an improved GPU cluster management experience and flexible fine-tuning options. It can be used in the Oracle Cloud and on-premises via OCI Dedicated Region.

“Oracle’s AI focus is on solving real-world business use cases to enable widespread adoption in the enterprise. To do this, we are embedding AI across all layers of the technology stack by integrating generative AI into our applications and converged database and offering new LLMs and managed services — all supported by a fast and cost-effective AI infrastructure,” Oracle Cloud Infrastructure senior vice president of AI and data management, Greg Pavlik said.

“Instead of providing a tool kit that requires assembling, we are offering a powerful suite of pre-built generative AI services and features that work together to help customers solve business problems smarter and faster.”

By integrating generative AI across its portfolio of cloud applications including ERP, HCM, SCM, and CX, Oracle enables customers to take advantage of the latest innovations within their existing business processes. Oracle is also embedding generative AI capabilities into its database portfolio to enable customers to build their own AI-powered applications.

To help customers build, train, deploy, and manage LLMs with open-source libraries such as Hugging Face’s Transformers or PyTorch, Oracle is expanding the capabilities of OCI Data Science. The new Quick Actions feature enables no-code access to a variety of open-source LLMs, including Meta and Mistral AI.

“Organisations across Australia and New Zealand are increasingly looking towards leveraging AI to create new efficiencies. However, knowing where to start can be a complex task,” Oracle regional managing director for Australia and New Zealand, Stephen Bovis said.

“Oracle is committed to making it easier for enterprises to take advantage of the latest advancements in generative AI. By seamlessly incorporating AI throughout every layer of our technology stack we are connecting directly with our customers’ business value, making the adoption of AI even more accessible and straightforward.”