Amazon Elastic Cloud (Amazon EC2) is a web service that provides secure, resizable compute capacity in the cloud. It is designed to make web-scale cloud computing easier for developers.
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AWS re:Invent 2017 Videos
Matt Garman, Vice President of AWS Compute Services, will introduce the latest innovations in the Compute space. At this session, we will be announcing new Compute capabilities, as well as insights into some of the underlying thinking of what makes the AWS Compute business unique.
Join this State of the Union to learn about the latest developments from Amazon for enterprise workloads such as Windows, VMware, and SAP. Sandy Carter, AWS vice president for Enterprise Workloads, discusses the evolution of AWS services for enterprise workloads and the new features and services that we are launching for Windows and VMware.
This session covers the latest EC2 features and capabilities, including new instance families available in Amazon EC2, the differences among their hardware types and capabilities, and their optimal use cases. We also will cover some best practices on how you can optimize your spend on EC2 to make the most of your EC2 instances, saving time and money.
In this session, you learn how to effectively harness Spot Instances for production workloads. Amazon EC2 Spot Instances enable you to use spare EC2 computing capacity, capacity that is often 90% less than on-demand prices.
Amazon EC2 Bare Metal instances provide customers access to the physical compute resources of the host processors along with the security, scale, and services of EC2. This session will provide an overview of Bare Metal instances, how VMware used EC2 Bare Metal instances to build VMware Cloud on AWS, and other customer use cases for this new EC2 capability.
Amazon Lightsail is the easiest way to get started on AWS, letting you build and scale your infrastructure faster. In this session, we will walk you through how to use Lightsail to launch your application with a few clicks and scale it as needed for redundancy, traffic spikes, or intergalactic attack.