Get More with Arm Instances in the Cloud
Multi-architecture infrastructures let workloads run on the best hardware for the task to optimize price/performance ratios and boost design flexibility. However, migrating from a single- to a multi-arch framework can be tricky. Here is how you get started!
The Insider’s Guide to Building a Multi-Arch Infrastructure
Is migration worth the effort? Multi-arch migration can save you costs and provide you more choices and flexibility to run workloads on the hardware that best matches the operating requirements, without developers being concerned with the underlying architecture.
In this white paper, we introduce a framework to simplify multi-arch migration based on the best in the industry, the FinOps Project of the Linux Foundation.
Is Multi-Arch Cloud the Right Choice for You?
Learn from the experts with these two tech talks.
Multi-Arch Cloud Infrastructure from the Ground Up
Why you should consider multi-arch and how to get started.
Join Cheryl Hung, Senior Ecosystem Director at Arm for a live webinar and Q&A.
An Armful of Clusters
How to run Kubernetes workloads more efficiently and sustainably.
Join Carlos Arilla Navarro, Technical Product Marketing Engineer, Giant Swarm on a live webinar and Q&A.
See How Others Succeeded
Cost-Saving and Performance Boost: FusionAuth Transitions to Arm Architecture
FusionAuth, a customer authentication and authorization platform, transitioned to the Arm architecture and saw cost savings and improved cloud infrastructure performance. The company achieved an increase in logins per second of up to 49% and up to 10% cost savings compared to its previous x86 architecture.
This transition enabled support for IoT and high-performance cloud platforms, while maintaining market position with its self-hostable and cloud deployment options, API-first approach, and unmatched customization features. The smooth process and benefits of Arm support allowed FusionAuth to enhance its offerings and provide increased value to customers.
Cost Savings and Efficiency: Honeycomb Arm64 Transition Success
Honeycomb, an observability platform, successfully transitioned from x86 to the Arm64 architecture, resulting in a 50% reduction in costs and fewer instances used—all while maintaining high performance.
The company’s journey showcases the benefits of embracing efficient architectures to reduce expenses and power consumption without compromising performance. A multi-architecture approach, collaborative efforts with the community, and contributions to the ecosystem were key to its successful transition.
Which Cloud Are You Currently Running on?
Discover step-by-step tutorials and access to major cloud service providers’ Arm instances to help simplify the process to run your workloads.