Compute

Compute focused, with a modest RAM footprint.

c1.small.x86 Formerly the "Type 1"

This sweet, flexible configuration is quite possibly the app server of your dreams.

Built for a wide range of use cases, the c1.small is stocked with dual Enterprise SSD's, 32GB of fast ECC RAM, and 2 x 1Gbps ports for smooth sailing.  Powerful, affordable compute for a wide variety of situations .... that's why we lovingly call it "The Everyday Workhorse."

Deployable in 3 Global Locations

  • EWR1 (Parsippany, NJ)
  • SJC1 (Sunnyvale, CA)
  • NRT1 (Tokyo, JP)

Supported Operating Systems

CentOS 7

CoreOS - Alpha

CoreOS - Beta

CoreOS - Stable

Custom iPXE

Debian 8

Debian 9

FreeBSD 10.3

FreeBSD 10.4

FreeBSD 11.0

FreeBSD 11.1

NixOS 17.03

RancherOS

Scientific Linux 6

Ubuntu 14.04 LTS

Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

Ubuntu 17.04

Ubuntu 17.10

VMware ESXi 5.5

VMware ESXi 6.0

VMware ESXi 6.5

Windows 2012 R2 *

Windows 2016 Standard *

Show More

*Indicates an operating system that incurs a per-hour licensing charge.

c2.medium The AMD EPYC

Time for Some AMD Scale Out Love!

We’ve always loved AMD's mojo, and the 7401P EPYC™ processor stands up to the hype. 

Cutting to the chase, this is the scale out compute box you've been looking for.  With 24 physical cores / 48 hyperthreaded cores at a 2.0 Ghz base clock speed (3.0 Ghz max with turbo) and a good dose of zippy RAM, your application or build service never looked better. 

Oh, and did we mention it's just $1.00 / hour?  Yup.  Welcome AMD to the party

Deployable in 2 Global Locations

  • EWR1 (Parsippany, NJ)
  • SJC1 (Sunnyvale, CA)

Supported Operating Systems

CentOS 7

Custom iPXE

Debian 8

Debian 9

Scientific Linux 6

Ubuntu 14.04 LTS

Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

Ubuntu 17.04

Ubuntu 17.10

c1.large.arm Formerly the "Type 2a"

Imagine that you could take advantage of 96 cores for just $.50/hr?  What would you do?  Well, that's why we created the c1.large.arm (formerly known as the "Type 2a") - and Armv8 powered beast of a server with datacenter quality components from top to bottom, built around a dual socket Cavium ThunderX SoC.  

With 96 physical cores @ 2.0 GHz, a bonded 20Gbps network, and a fast-expanding software ecosystem (including Docker and other cloud native tools) that can take advantage of many cores, the c1.large.arm can help you process more workload both faster and cheaper. 

Time to start an "ARMs" race?

Deployable in 3 Global Locations

  • EWR1 (Parsippany, NJ)
  • SJC1 (Sunnyvale, CA)
  • NRT1 (Tokyo, JP)

Supported Operating Systems

CentOS 7

Custom iPXE

Debian 8

Debian 9

Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

Ubuntu 17.04

c1.xlarge.x86 Formerly the "Type 3"

With blazing fast NVMe flash, this bad boy delivers 450k read IOPS per drive and is backed by 128GB of the fastest RAM on the market.

Deployable in 3 Global Locations

  • AMS1 (Amsterdam, NL)
  • EWR1 (Parsippany, NJ)
  • SJC1 (Sunnyvale, CA)

Supported Operating Systems

CentOS 7

CoreOS - Alpha

CoreOS - Beta

CoreOS - Stable

Custom iPXE

Debian 8

Debian 9

FreeBSD 10.3

FreeBSD 10.4

FreeBSD 11.0

FreeBSD 11.1

NixOS 17.03

RancherOS

Scientific Linux 6

Ubuntu 14.04 LTS

Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

Ubuntu 17.04

Ubuntu 17.10

VMware ESXi 5.5

VMware ESXi 6.0

VMware ESXi 6.5

Windows 2012 R2 *

Windows 2016 Standard *

Show More

*Indicates an operating system that incurs a per-hour licensing charge.