Amazon Web Services said that majority of users run their development environments, databases, application and web servers on T2 instances.
This is similar to AMIMOTO users. Running their code repositories are much preferred on T2. Although these apps don’t oftenly require the use of full CPU, every now and then they need higher CPU performance.
Yesterday, June 15, when Amazon Web Services released t2.large instances, we got very excited. We know how important T2 instances are to our clients.
Today we’d like to announce that WordPress Powered by AMIMOTO (HHVM) is now available on T2.Large!
WordPress Powered by AMIMOTO (HHVM) T2 specs:
|EC2 instance type||vCPU||Baseline Performance||CPU credits /hr||Mem (GiB)||Platform||*Price /hour (Linux)||*Price /month (Linux)||*Price /year (Linux)|
*Prices above are estimated cost, and applies to Self-Hosting.
These instances are available in 9 Global Regions:
- US East (N. Virginia)
- US West (Oregon)
- US West (N. California)
- Europe (Ireland)
- Europe (Frankfurt)
- Asia Pacific (Singapore)
- Asia Pacific (Tokyo)
- Asia Pacific (Sydney)
- South America (Sao Paulo)
WordPress Powered by AMIMOTO HHVM at AWS Marketplace – 14 Days Free Trial!