Now Available – Five New Amazon EC2 Bare Metal Instances: M5, M5d, R5, R5d, and z1d

Today we are launching the five new EC2 bare metal instances that I promised you a few months ago. Your operating system runs on the underlying hardware and has direct access to the processor and other hardware. The instances are powered by AWS-custom Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processor (Skylake) processors that deliver sustained all-core Turbo performance.
Here are the specs:
Instance Name
Sustained All-Core Turbo
Logical Processors
Memory
Local Storage
EBS-Optimized Bandwidth
Network Bandwidth
m5.metal
Up to 3.1 GHz
96
384 GiB

14 Gbps
25 Gbps
m5d.metal
Up to 3.1 GHz
96
384 GiB
4 x 900 GB NVMe SSD
14 Gbps
25 Gbps
r5.metal
Up to 3.1 GHz
96
768 GiB

14 Gbps
25 Gbps
r5d.metal
Up to 3.1


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Amazon EC2 Update – Additional Instance Types, Nitro System, and CPU Options

I have a backlog of EC2 updates to share with you. We’ve been releasing new features and instance types at a rapid clip and it is time to catch up. Here’s a quick peek at where we are and where we are going…
Additional Instance Types Here’s a quick recap of the most recent EC2 instance type announcements:
Compute-Intensive – The compute-intensive C5d instances provide a 25% to 50% performance improvement over the C4 instances. They are available in 5 regions and offer up to 72 vCPUs, 144 GiB of memory, and 1.8 TB of local NVMe storage.
General Purpose – The general purpose M5d instances are also available in 5 regions. They offer up to 96 vCPUs, 384 GiB of memory, and 3.6 TB of local NVMe storage.
Bare Metal – The i3.metal instances became generally available in 5 regions a couple of weeks ago. You can run performance


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