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Google Cloud to reportedly deliver 30% better price-performance using latest EPYC processors based N2D VM’s

Yesterday, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) announced that Google Cloud will be expanding its use of AMD EPYC™ processors with the preview of N2D Virtual Machines (VMs) powered by AMD EPYC™ 7003 Series processors.

Google has also stated that by using the latest generation of EPYC processors, the N2D VMs, are capable of delivering an average of over 30% better price-performance across a variety of workloads. This is a huge performance gain that Google Cloud could register instead of having to rely upon the previous generation of AMD EPYC processor-based N2D instances.



“3rd Gen AMD EPYC processors help cloud providers deliver a modern cloud environment to end-users. This includes leading performance capabilities, fantastic price-per-performance, and advanced security features. We value our continued broad collaboration with Google Cloud, which exemplifies a high-performance, cost-effective cloud experience for workloads that benefit from high throughput and impressive core counts.”

— AMD

“Our customers’ needs are top of mind when creating Google Cloud instances. Now, through our collaboration with AMD and the capabilities of the latest AMD EPYC processors in the Compute Engine N2D family, customers can experience this next-generation technology with significantly better performance and price-performance for their general-purpose workloads.”

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— Google

even customers who are looking to run high-performance workloads which require a balance of computing and high-memory bandwidth the N2D VMs powered by AMD EPYC 7003 Series processors provide the following capabilities:

  • Up to 224 vCPUs for high-thread workloads and 8 GB of memory per vCPU
  • High storage performance with persistent disk support and up to 9 TB of local SSD
  • Future planned capabilities to support Confidential Computing using advanced security features within AMD EPYC processors

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Nivedita Bangari
Nivedita Bangari
I am a software engineer by profession and technology is my love, learning and playing with new technologies is my passion.
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