Tag: AWS

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Mar2014

AWS Troubleshooting Quiz 1

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March 28, 2014Flux7 Labs

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Mar2014
As we expected it to be, the AWS Summit this week was an excellent experience. We talked to a lot of interesting people, new and old. We gathered several customer leads, shared technology best practices, talked about business development strategies, and explored several partnership opportunities. ... Read More
March 27, 2014Ali Hussain

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Mar2014
AWS Summit is this Wednesday and Ali and myself are getting our bags ready to fly. We fly in to San Jose Tuesday night and leave Thursday morning. We arrive in San Jose because we have a meeting in San Jose late Tuesday night. I am excited and looking forward to the Summit. Two reasons: I am ... Read More
March 24, 2014Aater Suleman

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Mar2014
It seems like only yesterday that Aater and I were in Las Vegas immersed in the Amazon Web Services re:Invent experience. AWS re:Invent was an incredibly well run conference featuring pertinent and informative sessions. Participants comprised a variety of cloud users, from decision makers to the feet-on-the-ground folks, ... Read More
March 21, 2014Ali Hussain

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Mar2014
Read More on i instances CPU Performance using CoreMark Tool Read more on i instances Disk Bandwidth Analysis using FIO ... Read More
March 11, 2014Flux7 Labs

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Mar2014
Amazon has changed the face of the world of startups with its cloud services. Now it’s possible for two men in a garage to set up large computer clusters for zero capital cost. [Tweet "Amazon has its sights set on enterprise, which they will conquer slowly but ... Read More
March 10, 2014Ali Hussain

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Feb2014
In a previous post, FIO benchmark was used for four types of IO operations on storage-optimized instances: Sequential Read Sequential Write Sequential Read-Write Mix Random ... Read More
February 25, 2014Flux7 Labs

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Feb2014
In previous posts we talked about micro-benchmarks that we ran for storage-optimized instances. Here we’ll talk about the same benchmarks run on general-purpose m1 and m3 instances. While the m1 is a previous-generation general-purpose instance type, the m3 is the current-generation version. One major difference between the ... Read More
February 18, 2014Flux7 Labs

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Feb2014
CPU Performance of i instances
February 11, 2014Flux7 Labs

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Feb2014
February 7, 2014Flux7 Labs