Getting started with AWS Graviton-based instances

Using Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2)

With prebuilt Linux-based ARM64 Amazon Machine Images (AMIs), you can launch AWS Graviton-based Amazon EC2 instances within minutes. To learn more about building and moving your applications to Graviton-based instances, download the Graviton adoption plan, get started on the AWS Graviton GitHub repository, or learn about Porting Advisor for Graviton.

Using managed AWS services

Many popular AWS services support AWS Graviton-based instances with significant price performance benefits and ease of use. Examples include Amazon Aurora, Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS), Amazon MemoryDB, Amazon ElastiCache, Amazon OpenSearch, Amazon EMR, AWS Lambda, and AWS Fargate. To learn more, visit the AWS Graviton managed services GitHub repository.

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Next steps

Quickly migrate to AWS Graviton-based instances

See our step-by-step guide, workload guidance, and best practices.

Accelerate your migration with Porting Advisor for Graviton

Use Porting Advisor for Graviton to resolve source code and library dependencies.