Wednesday, 9 May 2018

AWS introduces Optimize CPUs for Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute Instances

Optimize CPUs for Amazon EC2 instance will provide customers a greater control of their Elastic Cloud Compute instances on two fronts. First, the customers can now define a custom number of vCPUs when launching new instance saved on vCPU based licensing cost. Second, customers can disable Intel Hyper-Threading Technology for workloads that will operate well with single threaded CPUs like on certain high-performance computing applications (HPC). Customers running database workloads like SQL Server and Oracle on Elastic Cloud Compute today want high I/O bandwidth, memory, and storage but do not need a high vCPU because these workloads are rarely compute bound. 

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