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Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) offers the broadest and deepest compute platform with more than 500 instances and a choice of the latest processor, storage, network, operating system and purchasing model to help you best meet your workload needs. We are the first major cloud provider to support Intel, AMD and Arm processors, the only cloud with on-demand EC2 Mac instances, and the only cloud with 400 Gbps Ethernet. We offer the best price-to-performance ratio for machine learning training as well as the lowest cost of inference in the cloud. AWS runs more SAP, high performance computing (HPC), ML, and Windows workloads than any other cloud.

Amazon EC2 properties

Amazon EC2 provides the following features:

    A virtual computing environment, known as an instance

    Preconfigured templates for your instances, known as Amazon Machine Images (AMIs), that contain the bits you need for your server (including the operating system and other software)

    Different configurations of CPU, memory, storage, and network capacity for your instances, known as instance types

    Secure credentials for your instances with key pairs (AWS stores the public key and you store the private key in a safe place)

    Storage volumes for temporary data that is deleted when an instance is stopped, hibernates, or terminated, known as instance store volumes

    Persistent storage volumes for your data using Amazon Elastic Block Store (Amazon EBS), known as Amazon EBS volumes

    Multiple physical locations for your resources, such as Amazon EBS instances and volumes, known as regions and availability zones

    A firewall that lets you specify protocols, ports, and source IP address ranges that can reach your instances using security groups

    Static IPv4 addresses for dynamic cloud computing, known as elastic IP addresses

    Metadata, known as tags, that you can create and associate with your Amazon EC2 resources

    You can create virtual networks that are logically isolated from the rest of the AWS Cloud and that you can optionally connect to your own network, known as virtual private clouds (VPCs).

For more information about Amazon EC2 features, visit the Amazon EC2 product page


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How to get started with Amazon EC2

First, you need to set up using Amazon EC2. Once set up, you're ready to complete the Amazon EC2 Getting Started tutorial. Whenever you need more information about an Amazon EC2 feature, you can read the technical documentation.

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