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Amazon Relational Database Service on VMware

At VMworld 2018, Amazon Relational Database Service on VMware was announced which will allow VMware customers to use RDS services on-premise or in the AWS cloud.

New Amazon AWS Z1d EC2 Frequency Optimized Instances

New Amazon AWS Z1d EC2 frequency optimized instances use Intel Xeon Scalable CPUs with high clock speeds for the EDA, HPC, and relational database hosting markets

New AWS R5 EC2 Instances for High Memory Applications Announced

The new AWS R5 EC2 instances have up to 768GB and 96 vCPUs per instance, 25Gbps network bandwidth, and 3.1GHz Skylake-SP Intel Xeon Platinum all core turbo speeds. The AWS EC2 R5 instances are for in-memory analytics, and similar applications

Amazon AWS EC2 H1 Instances for Big Data Analytics Launched

Amazon AWS EC2 H1 instances are launched offering up to 16TB of local hard drive storage and more compute for big data analytics cluster workloads

New AWS EC2 M5 Instances with Custom Intel Xeon Platinum 8175M...

At AWS Re:Invent the company is making a number of key announcements about new instances as expected. Aside from highlighting the new bare metal...

New AWS Bare Metal Instances in Public Preview

Amazon AWS Bare Metal is here with the new AWS EC2 i3.metal instance category. This first public preview has 36 cores, 512GB of RAM and 15TB NVMe plus 25GbE

New AWS EC2 X1e instances launch with 4TB of memory

Amazon AWS EC2 X1e instances are now available with Intel Xeon E7-8880 V3 CPUs and up to 4TB of memory per instance which is impressive

Amazon AWS EC2 C5 Instances with Custom Intel Xeon Scalable CPUs

Amazon AWS EC2 C5 instances are now available with custom Intel Xeon Scalable CPUs supporting AVX-512 and NVMe in the cloud
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Amazon AWS EC2 P3 Instances with NVIDIA Tesla V100

New Amazon AWS EC2 P3 instances with up to 8x NVIDIA Tesla V100 GPUs and high-speed NVLink interconnects are now available

AWS Changing to Per Second Billing on October 2 2017

AWS is changing its hourly pricing model for many services starting October 2, 2017 to a per second billing schedule yet there are many holdouts