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Launching a WordPress Website using Amazon Lightsail Containers

This post is written by Benjamin Gardiner, Partner Solutions Architect. Amazon Lightsail is a great way to get familiar with AWS. Lightsail simplifies the deployment of instances, databases, load balancers, CDNs, and now also containers. In this post I demonstrate how easy it is to launch a WordPress website using Lightsail containers and a Lightsail […]

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Operating Lambda: Using CloudWatch Logs Insights

CloudWatch Logs Insights allows you to search and analyze log data to find the causes of issues and help validate fixes when they are deployed. This post shows how to enable the feature for a Lambda function and search across logs. It explains why structured logging can be helpful for parsing data in analysis.

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G4ad

Deep dive on the new Amazon EC2 G4ad instances

This post is contributed by Amr Ragab, Senior Solutions Architect, Amazon EC2 The Amazon EC2 G4ad instance type is the latest addition to AWS’ portfolio of accelerated computing instance types. These instances are ideal for graphics-enabled and gaming workloads. They provide the best price performance for graphics intensive applications such as virtual workstations, gaming and […]

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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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Better performance for less: AWS continues to beat Azure on SQL Server price/performance

By Fred Wurden, General Manager, AWS Enterprise Engineering (Windows, VMware, RedHat, SAP, Benchmarking) AWS R5b.8xlarge delivers better performance at lower cost than Azure E64_32s_v4 for a SQL Server workload In this blog, we will review a recent benchmark that Principled Technologies published on 2/25. The benchmark found that an Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) […]

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