AWS Open Source Blog
How Zomato Boosted Performance 25% and Cut Compute Cost 30% Migrating Trino and Druid Workloads to AWS Graviton
Learn the price/performance benefits of adopting AWS Graviton based instances for high throughput, near real-time big data analytics workloads running on Java-based, open source Apache Druid and Trino applications.
Optimized Video Encoding with FFmpeg on AWS Graviton Processors
Graviton2 and Graviton3 processors are cost efficient and fast for running video transcoding. With the latest improvements to the open source FFmpeg and codecs, the advantage has only improved.
Getting started with Bottlerocket on AWS Graviton2
AWS Bottlerocket is a Linux distribution that has been designed from the ground up to run containers. With its built-in security hardening and transactional update model, Bottlerocket offers improved security and operations for container infrastructure. It can be integrated with container orchestrators to allow for auto-update, thereby reducing management and operational overhead along with improved […]