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Category: Graviton

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Introducing the AWS Graviton Ready Program for Graviton-Enabled Software Products

AWS Graviton processors are custom-built to enable the best price performance for workloads in Amazon EC2. As customers adopt AWS Graviton-based EC2 instances, they need the right software solutions to help integrate, deploy, monitor, and secure their Linux-based and containerized workloads. We are excited to announce the new AWS Graviton Ready Program, part of the AWS Service Ready Program which validates software products built by AWS Partners that integrate with specific services such as AWS Graviton.

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Build, Test, and Deploy a Containerized Application on AWS Graviton2 Using CircleCI

Organizations turn to Arm-based servers when looking for a cost-effective way to improve performance for their common workloads like microservices, application servers, and databases. To give developers the option to run code on Arm-based instances in their CI/CD pipelines without maintaining infrastructure on their own, CircleCI added new Arm-based resource classes based on Graviton2 as an option for all users.

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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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