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EC2 instance block device mapping

How to mount Linux volume and keep mount point consistency

This post is written by: Leonardo Azize Martins, Cloud Infrastructure Architect, Professional Services Customers often use Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) Linux based instances with many Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS) volumes attached. In this case, device name can vary depending on some facts, such as virtualization type, instance type, or operating system. […]

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Scaling your applications faster with EC2 Auto Scaling Warm Pools

This post is contributed by Scott Horsfield, Principal Solutions Architect for EC2 Scalability, Surabhi Agarwal,  Senior Product Manager for EC2 Auto Scaling, and Chad Schmutzer, Principal Developer Advocate for Amazon EC2. Customers have been using EC2 Auto Scaling to architect sophisticated, scalable, and robust applications on the AWS Cloud for over a decade. Launched in […]

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Figure 5: Resource Automation using Serverless Scheduler - A deeper look A deeper dive in to Part 2, resource allcoation.

Decoupled Serverless Scheduler To Run HPC Applications At Scale on EC2

This post is written by Ludvig Nordstrom and Mark Duffield | on November 27, 2019 In this blog post, we dive in to a cloud native approach for running HPC applications at scale on EC2 Spot Instances, using a decoupled serverless scheduler. This architecture is ideal for many workloads in the HPC and EDA industries, and […]

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