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Let’s Get Hands-on with AWS Graviton2-based Amazon EC2 Instances

Oct 21
15:30 - 16:45


AWS Graviton processors are custom-built by Amazon Web Services using 64-bit Arm Neoverse cores.

During this workshop, we'll guide you to setup AWS Graviton2-based Amazon EC2 Instances and deploy container-based workloads with multi-architecture support.

You will learn how to benefit from AWS managed services running on AWS Graviton2 processors, and how to profile and debug your applications using the features provided by the AWS Nitro hypervisor.

After this session, you'll have a practical knowledge of how to design, build and run applications using the AWS Graviton2 processors.

There are some additional system requirements for this session. If you're interested in taking part, log into your DevSummit profile and save the workshop session to your agenda. Once saved, we will send you further instructions.

Please note, we’re limiting space in each workshop session to ensure a quality experience for every participant, so hurry and reserve your seat for this hands-on experience. If you don't manage to reserve a hands-on spot, you can still watch all workshops live.



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