‘R3’ instances are the memory optimized instances which are being provided by Amazon AWS. You can get more details about this instance family here.
In our previous benchmarking posts, we have benchmarked ‘... Read More
We thought that comparing CoreMark and FIO benchmark results for different instance families would be interesting. Essentially, it gives a good idea, and may help you decide, on which instance type you should use.
To start, the numbers shown below are from benchmarking experiments which are explained ... Read More
Similar to our previous posts where we benchmarked ‘i’ and ‘m’ instances, this post discusses CPU benchmarking for ‘c3’ instances using CoreMark. Our setup for running CoreMark benchmark is the similar to the setup we used for our previous benchmarks:... Read More
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
Amazon recently introduced new types of storage-optimized instances. This new generation of instances is available within the I2 and HI1 families. All provide high storage and better IO performance compared to other instance families in AWS. Flux7 Labs decided to benchmark these new instances to better understand ... Read More