AWS Compute Blog

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Lambda concurrency at particular times

Understanding AWS Lambda scaling and throughput

AWS Lambda provides a serverless compute service that can scale from a single request to hundreds of thousands per second. When designing your application, especially for high load, it helps to understand how Lambda handles scaling and throughput. There are two components to consider: concurrency and transactions/requests per second. Concurrency of a system is the […]

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Simplifying serverless best practices with AWS Lambda Powertools for TypeScript

This blog post is written by Sara Gerion, Senior Solutions Architect. Development teams must have a shared understanding of the workloads they own and their expected behaviors to deliver business value fast and with confidence. The AWS Well-Architected Framework and its Serverless Lens provide architectural best practices for designing and operating reliable, secure, efficient, and cost-effective […]

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Automating Amazon EC2-Windows EBS Volumes monitoring and creating alarms

This blog post is written by, Santhosh Kumar Adapa, Database Consultant,  AWS WWCO ProServe,  Jeevan Shetty, Database Consultant, AWS WWCO ProServe, and Bhanu Ganesh Gudivada, Consultant  Databases, AWS WWCO ProServe. Customers who are running fleets of Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instances use advanced monitoring techniques to observe their operational performance. Capabilities like aggregated and […]

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Capturing GPU Telemetry on the Amazon EC2 Accelerated Computing Instances

This post is written by Amr Ragab, Principal Solutions Architect EC2. AWS is excited to announce the native integration of monitoring GPU metrics through the CloudWatch Agent. Customers can now easily monitor GPU utilization and its memory to scale their workloads more effectively without custom scripts. In this post, we’ll describe how to allow GPU […]

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Choosing the right solution for AWS Lambda external parameters

This post is written by Thomas Moore, Solutions Architect, Serverless. When using AWS Lambda to build serverless applications, customers often need to retrieve parameters from an external source at runtime. This allows you to share parameter values across multiple functions or microservices, providing a single source of truth for updates. A common example is retrieving […]

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Automate the Creation of On-Demand Capacity Reservations for running EC2 instances

This post is written by Ballu Singh a Principal Solutions Architect at AWS, Neha Joshi a Senior Solutions Architect at AWS, and Naveen Jagathesan a Technical Account Manager at AWS. Customers have asked how they can “create On-Demand Capacity Reservations (ODCRs) for their existing instances during events, such as the holiday season, Black Friday, marketing […]

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Creating computing quotas on AWS Outposts rack with EC2 Capacity Reservations sharing

This post is written by Yi-Kang Wang, Senior Hybrid Specialist SA. AWS Outposts rack is a fully managed service that delivers the same AWS infrastructure, AWS services, APIs, and tools to virtually any on-premises datacenter or co-location space for a truly consistent hybrid experience. AWS Outposts rack is ideal for workloads that require low latency […]

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Instance Details showing the number of vCPU's a particular EC2 machine has

Expanding Your EC2 Possibilities By Utilizing the CPU Launch Options

This post is written by: Matthew Brunton, Senior Solutions Architect – WWPS To ensure our customers have the appropriate machines available for their workloads, AWS offers a wide range of hardware options that include hundreds of types of instances that help customers achieve the best price performance for their workloads.  In some specialized circumstances, our […]

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Screenshot of Compute Optimizer dashboard page, which shows the number of EC2 instance and Auto Scaling group recommendations by findings in your AWS account.

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 […]

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