Issue # 35: April 28th, 2023 to May 5th, 2023
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Welcome to Issue # 35 of AWS Graviton Weekly, which will be focused on sharing everything that happened in the past week related to AWS Silicon: from April 28th, 2023 to May, 5th, 2023.
This week, I received the incredible news that I will be part of the AWS Community Builders Program for a second year.
It's incredible to read that the work we are doing with this newsletter is being recognized by many people out there.
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Back to business.
The recommended resources for this week?
- Read how you can use AWS Graviton 2 to optimize PyTorch inference
- How Instructure uses Graviton3 instances on video now
- the Cloud Cost Report for Q1 2023 by Vantage
Enjoy the content of this week
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Amazon RDS now supports M7g and R7g database instances
SageMaker announces ml.inf2 and ml.trn1 instances for model deployment
Amazon MSK adds support for Apache Kafka version 3.4.0
Vantage Cloud Cost Report: Q1 2023
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ARTICLES AND TUTORIALS
Optimized PyTorch 2.0 inference with AWS Graviton processors, by Sunita Nadampalli (Software Development Manager at AWS)
Achieve high performance with lowest cost for generative AI inference using AWS Inferentia2 and AWS Trainium on Amazon SageMaker, by Vivek Gangasani (Senior Machine Learning Solutions Architect at AWS), Hiroshi Tokoyo ( Solutions Architect at AWS Annapurna Labs), Dhawal Patel (Principal Machine Learning Architect at AWS), Qing Lan (Software Development Engineer in AWS), Qingwei Li (Machine Learning Specialist at Amazon Web Services), Alan Tan (Senior Product Manager with SageMaker) and Varun Syal (Software Development Engineer with AWS Sagemaker)
transformers-neuronxto load a model, partition it, and serve.
How CyberGRX cut ML processing time from 8 days to 56 minutes with AWS Step Functions Distributed Map, by Marcia Villalba (Principal Developer Advocate for Amazon Web Services)
Graviton 3, Apple M2 and Qualcomm 8cx 3rd gen: a URL parsing benchmark, by Daniel Lemire (Computer Science Professor at Université du Québec (TÉLUQ))
AWS Graviton 3 vs Graviton 2 — A SysBench on RDS MySQL, by Bhuvanesh R (CTO and co-founder of ShellKode)
SLIDES, VIDEOS, and AUDIO
[VIDEO] Instructure used Graviton3 to increase performance while keeping costs down, with Zach Pendleton (Chief Architect at Instructure)
[VIDEO] Introduction to performance measurement, analysis & optimisation on AWS EC2 Graviton-based instances, by Arthur Petitpierre (EC2 Graviton Principal Specialist Solutions Architect at AWS)
Graviton Essentials - Developer Day
Wednesday, May31 2023 | 8:30AM - 5:00PM PDTAmazon SJC18, 2100 University Avenue, East Palo Alto, CA94303
About the event
Presenters & Hosts
AWS Graviton Specialist Solution Architects
About Graviton: AWS Graviton processors are custom Arm-based processors designed by Amazon Web Services (AWS). Graviton-based instances deliver up to 20% lower cost, up to 40% better price performance, and up to 60% less energy consumption than comparable x86-based instances. With Graviton-based instances, you can:
1. Increase and scale your application performance to enhance your customer experience
3. Support running workloads sustainably in the cloud
Who should attend
- Software Engineers
- Cloud Architects
- DevOps Engineers
- Platform Engineers
What to expect
- Introduction to Graviton
- Programming language & focused deep dives
- Testing & optimization techniques
- Workload deployments
- Hands-on working sessions
- Interaction with AWS Graviton SMEs
- Light breakfast, lunch, and happy hour
- Participants need to supply their own laptop and power supply
- Some coding knowledge
No prior Graviton experience is necessary
AWS Summit ASEAN 2023
May 4, 2023 | SINGAPORE
Sands Expo & Convention Centre at Marina Bay Sands
Improving price-performance with AWS Graviton-based instances
- Chetan Suri, Enterprise Support Lead, AWS
- Marc Venturini, Senior Software Engineering Manager, Build Automation, Grab
Unlocking innovation from 24x7 Operations to 9x5 Innovation
- Paul Whiten, Emerging Sales Specialist, Cloud Services, Red Hat
- Wayne Toh, Sr. Specialist SA, EC2 Graviton, AWS
From the ARM Ecosystem
- The fastest Arm desktop PC on the planet by Jeff Geerling
- High IPO valuation for Arm would be a warning for investors, by Financial Times (from my perspective, Arm will be OK)
- How Arm is making it easier to build platforms that support Confidential Computing, by Mark Knight (Director of Architecture Product Management at Arm)
- What's new in LLVM 16, by Pablo Barrio (Staff software engineer and Product Owner at Arm)
Tweet of the week
Want to use AWS Graviton Processors in Amazon CodeCatalyst, but need x86 too? Check out this post in the #AWS #DevOps blog about multi-architecture container builds in CodeCatalyst, and get the best of both worlds! 🌎🏆 go.aws/3LlonGg
April 28th 2023