Google Cloud Tau VMs run on 3rd Gen AMD Epyc processors

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AMD and Google Cloud have announced the first instance in the Tau line of virtual machines powered by 3rd Gen AMD EPYC processors. It’s called T2D. Google Cloud estimates that T2D delivers a 56% improvement in absolute performance and more than 40% in performance per unit price, creating more compelling scalability for workloads. To clarify, the comparison is “against any other leading public cloud provider’s general purpose virtual machines,” by Google Cloud.

Google Cloud Tau VMs run on 3rd Gen AMD Epyc processors

T2D instances relying on the performance of 3rd Gen AMD EPYC processors are said to be excellent at handling any workload, including web servers, containerized microservices, data processing, large-scale Java applications, and more.

The new virtual machines are offered in eight different preset configurations, offering up to 60 vCPUs per virtual machine and up to 4 GB of memory per processor, making this technology “ideal for workload scalability.”

Google Cloud Tau VMs run on 3rd Gen AMD Epyc processors

Recall that an instance is an instance of a virtual machine running in the cloud that provides infrastructure as a service (IaaS), which implements such a service model in cloud computing, when a certain typical resource with specific capabilities is provided to the user.

T2D virtual machines will be available to Google Cloud customers in the third quarter.

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