Wednesday, 13 November 2019

Now Amazon EC2’s R5 and T3 instance types assists Amazon RDS for SQL Server

Amazon EC2 R5 instance are the memory optimized instances for the Amazon EC2 that are perfect fit for memory concentrated applications like high performance databases, distributed web scale in-memory caches, mid-size in-memory databases, real time big data analytics, and other enterprise applications. And it helps you in the high memory demands of specific applications to boost performance and lower latency. R5 instances gives added memory per vCPU and the highest size, r5.24xlarge, offers 768 GiB of memory, permitting customers to expand and combine their workloads on couple of instances.

Amazon EC2 T3 instances are developed to execute the burstable general purpose workloads at a much lower cost. T3 instances are perfect fit for small to medium sized database workloads. T3 instances which give a baseline level of CPU performance with the potential to burst CPU utilization at any time until desired. T3 instances gives assistance for the new Intel Advanced Vector Extensions 512 (AVX-512) instruction set, providing up to 2x the FLOPS per core differentiated with the last generation T2 instances.

Now onward you can initiate R5 and T3 instance types when utilizing Amazon RDS for SQL Server. It is simple to use these new instance classes by changing your current DB instance in AWS Management Console. To get more details, go through the Amazon RDS User Guide. And to know pricing and regional availability, visit Amazon RDS pricing page.

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