Amazon EC2 に 3 つの新しい機能が追加されました

Amazon EC2 に 3 つの新しい機能が追加されたそうです。

インスタンスタイプに m1.medium が追加された


From: Amazon Web Services
Subject: Announcing Three New Amazon EC2 Features
Date: Thu, 8 Mar 2012 08:56:06 +0000 (UTC)

Dear Amazon EC2 Customer,

Earlier this week, we lowered prices for Amazon EC2. Today, we are announcing three new features that make it even easier for you to use Amazon EC2 for your application and development needs.

Many of you have asked for the ability to run 64-bit Amazon Machine Images (AMIs) on all instance types. You can now launch 64-bit AMIs on m1.small and c1.medium instances, making it easier to scale your applications vertically across t1.micro, standard, high CPU and high memory instances types using the same 64-bit AMI.

We are also announcing a new Amazon EC2 instance type, m1.medium. This new instance provides customers with 2 EC2 Compute Units (ECUs) of compute power, 3.75 GB of memory, and 410 GB of instance storage, making it ideal for many enterprise applications that require a reasonable amount of CPU and memory, but do not require all the resources of an m1.large instance type. The m1.medium instance type is available in all regions and supports both 32 and 64-bit architectures. To learn more about Amazon EC2 instance types, including pricing for m1.medium instances, please visit the Amazon EC2 detail page:

Our third announcement today is about a new feature in the AWS console that makes it even easier for you to use Amazon EC2 Linux instances. Customers have been asking us to enable the ability to log into their instances directly from the AWS console. Starting today, you can log in to your Linux instances from the EC2 console without the need to install additional software clients. Please see the Amazon EC2 Getting Started Guide ( for details on how to use this new functionality (

We are always striving to address customer needs and requirements, so please continue to let us know how we can improve your Amazon EC2 experience.


The Amazon EC2 team

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