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Category: Graviton

The attendee’s guide to the AWS re:Invent 2023 Compute track

This post by Art Baudo – Principal Product Marketing Manager – AWS EC2, and Pranaya Anshu – Product Marketing Manager – AWS EC2 We are just a few weeks away from AWS re:Invent 2023, AWS’s biggest cloud computing event of the year. This event will be a great opportunity for you to meet other cloud […]

A/B Configuration: Mix CPU architecture with ALB ingress connected to two separate CPU services

Mixing AWS Graviton with x86 CPUs to optimize cost and resiliency using Amazon EKS

This post is written by Yahav Biran, Principal SA, and Yuval Dovrat, Israel Head Compute SA. This post shows you how to integrate AWS Graviton-based Amazon EC2 instances into an existing Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) environment running on x86-based Amazon EC2 instances. Customers use mixed-CPU architectures to enable their application to utilize a wide selection […]

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Streaming Android games from cloud to mobile with AWS Graviton-based Amazon EC2 G5g instances

This blog post is written by Vincent Wang, GCR EC2 Specialist SA, Compute. Streaming games from the cloud to mobile devices is an emerging technology that allows less powerful and less expensive devices to play high-quality games with lower battery consumption and less storage capacity. This technology enables a wider audience to enjoy high-end gaming […]

Using Porting Advisor for Graviton

This blog post is written by Ryan Doty Solutions Architect, AWS and Vishal Manan Sr. SSA, EC2 Graviton , AWS. AWS customers recognize that Graviton-based EC2 instances deliver price-performance benefits but many are concerned about the effort to port existing applications. Porting code from one architecture to another can require investment in time and effort. AWS […]

Simplifying Amazon EC2 instance type flexibility with new attribute-based instance type selection features

This blog is written by Rajesh Kesaraju, Sr. Solution Architect, EC2-Flexible Compute and Peter Manastyrny, Sr. Product Manager, EC2. Today AWS is adding two new attributes for the attribute-based instance type selection (ABS) feature to make it even easier to create and manage instance type flexible configurations on Amazon EC2. The new network bandwidth attribute […]

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Migrating AWS Lambda functions to Arm-based AWS Graviton2 processors

AWS Lambda now allows you to configure new and existing functions to run on Arm-based AWS Graviton2 processors in addition to x86-based functions. Using this processor architecture option allows you to get up to 34% better price performance. This blog post highlights some considerations when moving from x86 to arm64 as the migration process is […]

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AWS Compute Optimizer supports AWS Graviton migration guidance

This post is written by Letian Feng, Principal Product Manager for AWS Compute Optimizer, and Steve Cole, Senior EC2 Spot Specialist Solutions Architect. Today, AWS Compute Optimizer is launching a new capability that makes it easier for you to optimize your EC2 instances by leveraging multiple CPU architectures, including x86-based and AWS Graviton-based instances. Compute […]

Supporting AWS Graviton2 and x86 instance types in the same Auto Scaling group

This post is written by Tyler Lynch, Sr. Solutions Architect – EdTech, and Praneeth Tekula, Technical Account Manager. As customers seek performance improvements and to cost optimize their workloads, they are evaluating and adopting AWS Graviton2 based instances. This post provides instructions on how to configure your Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling group (ASG) to use […]

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Powering .NET 5 with AWS Graviton2: Benchmarks

This post was authored by Kirk Davis, Developer Advocate for App Modernization  In 2019, AWS announced new Amazon EC2 instance types powered by the AWS Graviton2 processor. The AWS Graviton2 processor is based on the ARM64 architecture leveraging 64-bit ARM Neoverse N1 cores. Since 2019, AWS has launched many new EC2 instances built on Graviton2, […]