Don’t worry, we will deepen one of these scenarios later on in this blog post, but let’s first introduce this new instance type. Amazon EC2 Mac Instances come with an 80s name, which makes them more attractive to those of you who are a little bit older than me.
During the last AWS re:Invent, AWS made one of the most discussed announcement, that — on paper — opens a lot of new scenarios: AWS EC2 Mac Instances!
Don’t worry, we will deepen one of these scenarios later on in this blog post, but let’s first introduce this new instance type.
Amazon EC2 Mac Instances come with an 80s name, which makes them more attractive to those of you who are a little bit older than me 🙂. They’re called mac1.metal instances.
Talking about hardware, Amazon EC2 Mac Instances are backed by Mac mini hosts, that rely on AWS Nitro controllers to connect with AWS network infrastructure and services. The interesting point is that Mac Instances are connected to the Nitro System through the Thunderbolt 3 interface. I used the term “host” to highlight the fact that we’re not dealing with Virtual Machines, but with Dedicated Hosts; whenever I decide to run an Amazon EC2 Mac Instance, AWS provisions a concrete Mac mini host for my purposes.
Peter Desantis, Senior Vice President of AWS Infrastructure and Support, presenting new Amazon EC2 Mac Instances at AWS re: Invent 2020 Infrastructure Keynote.
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