Tuesday, 4 September 2018

AWS introduced Amazon EC2 T3 instances

Amazon Web Service has now announced the Amazon Elastic Cloud Compute T3 instance that offers a balance of computing power, memory, network resources. It is designed to offer a standard computer power so that it can be scaled up when required. T3 instances consist of Intel Xeon processor and enhanced the networking resource with up to 5 Gbps in network bandwidth by utilizing the Amazon Elastic Network Adapter. The new Amazon EC2 T3 instances offer a higher standard performance that can be utilized for a number of wide spectrum workloads such as virtual desktops, build and stage environments, micro-services, code repositories, low-latency interactive applications, business-critical applications and small and medium databases. 

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