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Category: Compute

AWS to Offer Third-Generation Intel Xeon Scalable Processor-Based Amazon EC2 Instances

AWS has collaborated with Intel over the past 15 years, the longest of any cloud vendor. The partnership has been focused on deep engineering collaboration and getting the most out of customized Intel technology to deliver great experiences for our customers. Later this year, AWS plans to further this collaboration with Intel to offer Amazon EC2 instances powered by the new third-generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors, which will deliver more performance and expand customer choice on EC2.

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AWS to Offer Third-Generation AMD EPYC-Based Amazon EC2 Instances

As customers bring more and more workloads to AWS, they are seeking to optimize for different characteristics like compute performance, memory, or throughput. AMD-powered instances are integral to these offerings. Later this year, AWS plans to offer Amazon EC2 instances powered by the newly introduced third generation AMD EPYC processors. These instances will expand customer choice of compute options available on EC2.

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Building a Multi-Tenant SaaS Solution Using Amazon EKS

As more organizations make the move to a SaaS delivery model, many are choosing Amazon EKS as the target for their solutions. The programming model, cost efficiency, security, deployment, and operational attributes of Amazon EKS represent a compelling model for SaaS providers. Walk through the key architectural elements of a sample architecture, and learn how to isolate tenants within an EKS cluster, automate tenant onboarding, manage tenant identities, and support routing of tenant workloads.

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How OpenText Documentum on AWS Maximizes the Value of Enterprise Information

Managing the lifecycle of structured data and unstructured content, while simultaneously providing efficient access to it, has never been more challenging. Locating accurate content for a specific task can be laborious and time-consuming if it lives in complex folder structures scattered across various silos. Learn how the combination of Documentum and AWS offers more secure, reliable, and compliant solutions to organizations looking to deploy information management workloads in the cloud.

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AWS High Performance Computing (HPC) Competency Partners Are Fueling Fast, Secure, and Cost-Effective Innovation

To help customers run the most compute-intensive workloads across industry verticals, we are excited to introduce the new AWS High Performance Computing (HPC) Competency featuring AWS Partners who are focused on the important aspects of HPC in the cloud, including security, cost management, and performance. These trusted AWS Partners are uniquely positioned to help customers innovate faster and become more agile and flexible while controlling costs.

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Computer Vision at Scale with Dask and PyTorch on Amazon EC2 Spot Instances

Saturn Cloud is a data science and machine learning platform for Python. Its multi-node, multi-GPU computing enables 100x faster workflows, reducing the time to business value. Saturn Cloud is compatible with the entire Python ecosystem and a variety of tools, which makes workflows customizable and the computing experience highly flexible for a range of setups and preferences. In a recent release, Saturn Cloud added Amazon EC2 Spot compatibility.

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Monitoring Your Linux Workloads on AWS Graviton with Splunk Cloud

Splunk recently announced the availability of Armv8 64-bit architecture support for the Splunk Universal Forwarder. This allows AWS Graviton2 customers with Linux workloads to collect and forward machine data to their Splunk environment. Follow a step-by-step guide to set up a Universal Forwarder on a Graviton2 instance running Linux, and learn how to configure the instance and the Universal Forwarder to forward data to Splunk Cloud.

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Design Considerations for Disaster Recovery with VMware Cloud on AWS

Customers who run VMware on-premises are incorporating VMware Cloud on AWS into their hybrid cloud strategy due to the immense benefits of using the AWS Global Infrastructure. As organizations plan hybrid cloud strategies, disaster recovery is a vital consideration to ensure business continuity in the event of a disaster. Learn about the architectural considerations and best practices for implementing disaster recovery using VMware Cloud on AWS.

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Automating AWS Fargate Image Scanning to Block Container Threats

Learn how image scanning implemented at various points of the container and Kubernetes lifecycle can provide you with critical insights to ensure security and compliance, without impacting the flexibility you need to build and run your applications. Built on open source, the Sysdig Secure DevOps Platform enables cloud teams to secure build pipelines, detect runtime threats, validate compliance, and monitor performance.

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Optimizing Your Kubernetes Clusters with Rancher and Amazon EKS

Though Kubernetes has helped accelerate application delivery and improved the agility of developers, it’s not without its challenges. Organizations are often restricted in their ability to leverage Kubernetes from their own lack of knowledge and limited talent available to their development and infrastructure teams. Learn how Rancher and Amazon EKS together make it easier for users looking to adopt a cloud-native strategy for their infrastructure.

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