Today, we are introducing Palace, for PArallel, LArge-scale Computational Electromagnetics, a parallel finite element code for full-wave electromagnetics simulations.
Palace is used at the AWS Center for Quantum Computing to perform large-scale 3D simulations of complex electromagnetics models and enable the design of quantum computing hardware. We developed it with support for the scalability and elasticity of the cloud in mind and to leverage the cloud-based high-performance computing (HPC) products and services available on AWS.
NTT DOCOMO, INC. and NEC Corporation today announced their completion of a high-level carrier-grade redundancy design for a 5G core network (5GC) hybrid-cloud environment leveraging Amazon Web Services (AWS) and DOCOMO's on-premises network functions virtualization (NFV) infrastructure. The design will allow DOCOMO to switch between DOCOMO's on-premises NFV and AWS infrastructure for 5GC redundancy operations, offering a more flexible and cost-effect means to manage network performance and capacity.
Kubernetes 1.25 introduced several new features and bug fixes, and AWS is excited to announce that you can now use Amazon EKS and Amazon EKS Distro to run Kubernetes version 1.25. Starting today, you can create new 1.25 clusters or upgrade your existing clusters to 1.25 using the Amazon EKS console, the eksctl command line interface, or through an infrastructure-as-code tool.
Starting today, Amazon EC2 Hpc6id instances are available in additional AWS Region Europe (Stockholm). These instances are optimized to efficiently run memory bandwidth-bound, data-intensive high performance computing (HPC) workloads, such as finite element analysis and seismic reservoir simulations. With EC2 Hpc6id instances, you can lower the cost of your HPC workloads while taking advantage of the elasticity and scalability of AWS.
Starting today, Amazon Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) C6in, M6in, M6idn, R6in, and R6idn instances are available in Asia Pacific (Singapore), Asia Pacific (Tokyo), and AWS GovCloud (US-West) regions. These instances are powered by 3rd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors with an all-core turbo frequency of up to 3.5 GHz. They are the first x86-based Amazon EC2 instances to offer up to 200 Gbps network bandwidth, and 2x higher packet performance over comparable fifth-generation instances.
AWS has built a framework called Well-Architected Framework for Builders like us. Which is built upon 6 Pillars and Cost Optimization is one of the pillars. Cost optimization can free up resources that can be leveraged to scale systems that are needed cost-effectively.
Faye is back with your AWS news! In AWS announcements this week, the launch of the new VPC Resource Map helps to visualize your VPC architecture. ElastiCache for Redis 7 now includes enhanced I/O multiplexing for faster read and write operations, and Amazon has released the first Graviton3 based instance types!
AWS Supports You: Reducing Costs and Improving Performance with Amazon DocumentDB gives viewers on our twitch.tv/aws channel an overview to Amazon DocumentDB, . This episode originally aired on February 22nd, 2023.
Join us to learn about building a disaster recovery solution using AWS Elastic Disaster Recovery (AWS DRS). Learn how AWS DRS helps customers minimize downtime and data loss with fast, reliable recovery of on-premises and cloud-based applications using affordable storage, minimal compute, and point-in-time recovery.
The discussion will offer 100–200 level solution and the value of building a disaster recovery solution. At the end, we will play the Kahoot game, and the winners will be awarded an Uber Eats gift card.
Quote of the week
“We were able to get 50% cost savings compared to our on-premises systems by running our data intensive satellite imagery processing application on AWS Graviton2-based R6g instances due to their superior performance.
Adopting AWS Graviton2 required no code changes and the price performance benefits will now enable regular updates and quick turnaround on future product enhancements.”
Issue # 75: February 16, 2024 to February 23, 2024
Welcome to Issue # 75 of AWS Graviton Weekly, which will be focused on sharing everything that happened in the past week related to AWS Silicon: from February 16, 2024, to February 23, 2024.
2 things you can't miss in this edition:
A lot of EKS-related gems
How Arm launched Arm Neoverse CSS v3
Recommendation of the week: CAST.AI
Announcing Region Expansion of G5 instances on SageMaker notebooks
AWS announces Amazon...
Issue # 74: February 9, 2024 to February 16, 2024
Welcome to Issue # 74 of AWS Graviton Weekly, which will be focused on sharing everything that happened in the past week related to AWS Silicon: from February 9, 2024, to February 16, 2024.
2 things you can't miss in this edition:
The video about how DeviceAtlas migrated to AWS Graviton
How Smiles is using Graviton 2-based AWS Lambda functions to save to deliver up to 19 % better performance at a 20 % lower cost.
Issue # 73: February 2, 2024 to February 9, 2024
Welcome to Issue # 73 of AWS Graviton Weekly, which will be focused on sharing everything that happened in the past week related to AWS Silicon: from February 2, 2024, to February 9, 2024.
Tool of the week: Antimetal
Amazon EC2 C6g instances are now available in additional regions
Volt Active Data Now Supports 64-bit Arm Processors
TechBio Unicorn Owkin Teams Up with AWS to Advance Generative AI for Precision...