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Tag: Amazon EC2 Mac instances

Example flow of License Manager, AWS Auto Scaling, and EC2 Instances and their relationship to each other.

Implementing Auto Scaling for EC2 Mac Instances

This post is written by: Josh Bonello, Senior DevOps Architect, AWS Professional Services; Wes Fabella, Senior DevOps Architect, AWS Professional Services Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) is a web service that provides secure, resizable compute capacity in the cloud. The introduction of Amazon EC2 Mac now enables macOS based workloads to run in the AWS Cloud. […]

Setting up EC2 Mac instances as shared remote development environments

This post is written by: Michael Meidlinger, Solutions Architect  In December 2020, we announced a macOS-based Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) instance. Amazon EC2 Mac instances let developers build, test, and package their applications for every Apple platform, including macOS, iOS, iPadOS, tvOS, and watchOS. Customers have been utilizing these instances in order to […]

Building Amazon Machine Images (AMIs) for EC2 Mac instances with Packer

This post is written by Joerg Woehrle, AWS Solutions Architect On November 30, 2020 AWS announced the availability of Amazon EC2 Mac instances. EC2 Mac instances are powered by the AWS Nitro System and built on Apple Mac mini computers. This blog post focuses on the specific best practices of building custom AMIs for EC2 […]

Unify your iOS mobile app CI/CD pipeline with Amazon EC2 Mac Instances

This post is written by Benjamin Meyer, Solutions Architect at AWS With Amazon EC2 Mac instances, AWS customers can run macOS workloads on AWS and benefit from the scale, elasticity, reliability, and experience of AWS. With EC2 Mac instances, it’s possible to bootstrap macOS machines in the cloud and use these for building, testing, and […]

Getting Started with Anka on EC2 Mac Instances

This post is written by Scott Malkie, Specialist Solutions Architect, EC2 At re:Invent 2020, we announced Amazon EC2 Mac instances, which enable you to run on-demand macOS workloads in the AWS Cloud for the first time. Apple developers can now benefit from the scalability, elasticity, reliability, and security of the AWS Cloud and the AWS […]