In this tutorial, we will show you an example of how easily this can be done on Ampere® Altra® Multi Core Server Processors and spotlight the key benefits of the world’s first cloud native processors (CNPs).
Ampere Computing is committed to providing our customers with the widest range of options possible for running cloud native workloads on Ampere® Altra® Multi Core Server Processors. These options include the choice of operating systems, such as OpenMandriva.
In this blog, Dave Neary walks through building and distributing an AArch64 container with your program pre-installed.
In this blog, Dave Neary walks through using a custom runner on an Ampere A1 instance on Oracle Cloud to build and test your project on AArch64.
As legacy technologies get optimized or replaced, we believe SMT is a microarchitectural feature that has outlived its usefulness in the cloud
With the recent announcement of Azure VM's with Ampere Altra in preview, read about how we engaged with developers at this virtual event.
Welcome to the Ampere Developer blog series. We have a vast developer audience asking us a lot of great technical questions. We realized a blog to share our thoughts and responses would benefit the community. Check back frequently as we will post new content regularly!
The is the second blog in our series “Moving past CentOS 8”. Please check our Tech blog for the full series on the options we know about.
With the growing buzz around Ampere® Altra® and Ampere® Altra® Max Cloud Native Processors, this blog highlights detailed comparisons between Ampere Altra Max and best-in-class legacy x86 CPUs from Intel and AMD on an expanded list of cloud native workloads.
With a strong hardware roadmap, continuous improvement in software, and an expanding AVL to meet global market needs, the Ampere cloud-native ecosystem is setting new standards for CSPs