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Category: Amazon EC2

AWS IPv6 Update – Global Support Spanning 15 Regions & Multiple AWS Services

We’ve been working to add IPv6 support to many different parts of AWS over the last couple of years, starting with Elastic Load Balancing, AWS IoT, AWS Direct Connect, Amazon Route 53, Amazon CloudFront, AWS WAF, and S3 Transfer Acceleration, all building up to last month’s announcement of IPv6 support for EC2 instances in Virtual […]

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Amazon EFS Update – On-Premises Access via Direct Connect

I introduced you to Amazon Elastic File System (EFS) last year (Amazon Elastic File System – Shared File Storage for Amazon EC2) and announced production readiness earlier this year (Amazon Elastic File System – Production-Ready in Three Regions). Since the launch earlier this year, thousands of AWS customers have used it to set up, scale, […]

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New – IPv6 Support for EC2 Instances in Virtual Private Clouds

Update (7/13/2017): Since this post was published, IPv6 supported has been extended and now supports 15 Regions and Multiple AWS Services. The continued growth of the Internet, particularly in the areas of mobile applications, connected devices, and IoT, has spurred an industry-wide move to IPv6. In accord with a mandate that dates back to 2010, […]

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EC2 Instance Type Update – T2, R4, F1, Elastic GPUs, I3, C5

Earlier today, AWS CEO Andy Jassy announced the next wave of updates to the EC2 instance roadmap. We are making updates to our high I/O, compute-optimized, memory-optimized instances, expanding the range of burstable instances, and expanding into new areas of hardware acceleration including FPGA-based computing. This blog post summarizes today’s announcements and links to a […]

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New – Next Generation (R4) Memory-Optimized EC2 Instances

In-memory processing is a huge deal. With workloads growing larger by the day and CPUs gaining power with every successive generation, the ability to fit entire datasets into memory is becoming a prerequisite for high-quality Business Intelligence, analytics, data mining, and other real-time workloads that are sensitive to latency. Distributed caching and batch processing workloads […]

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New T2.Xlarge and T2.2Xlarge Instances

AWS customers love the cost-effective, burst-based model that they get when they use T2 instances. These customers use T2 instances to run general purpose workloads such as web servers, development environments, continuous integration servers, test environments, and small databases. These instances provide a generous amount of baseline performance and the ability to automatically and transparently […]

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