Friday, 7 September 2018

AWS Batch now adds support for c5d, m5d, p3, r5, r5d, z1d and x1e instance types

AWS Batch allows developers, cloud engineers and scientist to run millions of batch computing jobs efficiently on AWS Cloud. AWS Batch provision optimal type of compute resources and quantity such as CPU or memory optimized instances which will be based on the volume and specific resource of the jobs submitted. You don’t have to install any software or cluster to run your job so this allows you to focus on solving the problems and analyzing the results. AWS has now announced that AWS Batch now supports c5d, m5d, p3, r5, r5d, z1d and x1e instance types. 

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