Tag: AWS EC2

Deploying a Rust Rocket REST API on AWS EC2 with Docker and GitHub Actions

Reading Time: 5 minutes When Rust compiles code, you get an executable if you created the application using the –bin command. In this blog, we shall look at how we can create a Dockerfile to create an image with this executable. We shall then deploy this image on EC2 using GitHub Actions which will be set on our repository […]

Deploy a Yew Rust Application on an AWS EC2 Ubuntu Instance & Nginx

Reading Time: 5 minutes After you’ve finished developing your Yew Rust application, it’s time to make it available to your users. It is expected to be placed on a server someplace, either on a Cloud service provider or an on-premises server, for this purpose. This blog will go over how to launch your Yew Rust application on AWS EC2. […]

How to deploy Amazon EC2 P4d instances in EC2 UltraClusters to get highest performance for ML training and HPC in the Cloud?

Reading Time: 11 minutes Amazon EC2 P4d instances deliver the highest performance for machine learning (ML) training and high-performance computing (HPC) applications in the cloud. Amazon EC2 P4d instances are deployed in hyperscale clusters called EC2 UltraClusters that comprise the high-performance compute, networking, and storage in the cloud. Each EC2 UltraCluster of P4d instances comprises more than 4,000 of […]

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