Neoverse for Cloud Computing: More Performance, More Possibilities

Arm Neoverse technology gives chip designers, cloud providers, and software developers the freedom to optimize their technology for cloud and edge workloads for better application performance, reduced energy consumption, and a lower total cost of ownership.

 
 

Featured News: Microsoft Azure adds Arm Neoverse

A 50% boost in price performance for Microsoft Azure Virtual Machines on Ampere Altra processors.

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Partners

A Chip to Customer Ecosystem

Cloud Providers

AWS, Oracle, Alibaba, Microsoft, Google, Tencent, Baidu, Equinix, and others are incorporating Arm technology into their services. Some also design their own processors.

Software Developers
VMWare, Red Hat, Canonical, SUSE, CircleCI, HashiCorp, CloudStrike, Rancher, Docker, NGINX, Splunk and Datadog along with hundreds of additional developers are writing software and developing services for the Neoverse community.
End Users

Cloudflare (57% more operations per watt), Flickr/SmugMug (40% better price performance), Snap, Netflix, Honeycomb.io (50% price performance), Cognosys, Lyft, Epic Games, Formula 1, Navitime, S-Cube, Lexis-Nexis, Treasure Data, Intuit, and others are enhancing their cloud performance with Neoverse.

Semiconductor Designers
Annapurna Labs, Ampere Computing, NVIDIA, Intel, Marvell, Pensando Systems, and others use Arm Neoverse and Arm technologies to create cloud-optimized CPUs and DPUs.
Use Cases

More Performance Across Multiple Workloads

Data Analytics

MongoDB logo MongoDB: 117% higher throughput and 20% lower cost.
Cassandra logo Cassandra: Latency improvements up to 42%.
etcd logo etcd: Improved performance by up to 18% and costs reduction of 20%.

 

Data Streaming

Compression Blog Comparing data compression algorithm performance on AWS Graviton2 with Zstandard and Snappy
x.264 On x.264 and other protocols for video encoding, the story is the same: lower power, lower cost, better performance, and more work per socket.

 

Data Caching

Redis logo Redis: 35% better throughput and 24% reduced latency.
Memcached logo Memcached: 51% price performance gains on Graviton2.

 

Web Servers

NGINX logo Increase average performance by 54% while cutting costs by 20% on NGINX

 

Cloud Native CI/CD

GitHub logo GitHub introduced support for self-hosted Arm Neoverse-based GitHub Action Runners
Gitlab logo Users scaling up with GitLab and GitLab Runner on Graviton2 can achieve cost gains of 23% and performance gains of 36%.
CircleCI logo Self-hosted runners add Arm support to CircleCI
TravisCI logo Announcing general availability of Graviton2 CPU support for TravisCI

 

Streaming Analytics

Apache Spark logo Apache Spark: Up to 30% lower costs for Spark workloads on Graviton2-based Instances
Elastic logo Lower latency values by up to 26% on Elasticsearch.
Apache Kafka logo Kafka: Price performance uplifts of 30%.
Sustainability

A Cleaner Cloud

Arm Neoverse processors perform 2x to 3.5x more work per watt than traditional processors. That means cloud service providers, software developers and their customers can reduce the carbon footprint and operating cost of their applications.

 

Read how customers around the world are pursuing sustainable growth with Arm.

 

Additional Blog:
Carbon Advisor: A New Way to Measure Technology’s Carbon Impact

Arm Technology

What’s New

Specialized Processing and Graviton3

SVP Chris Bergey explains how customizable Neoverse technology lets AWS increase performance by 25% and lower power by 60%.

Arm DevSummit: Ten Takeaways

The latest developments in security, performance, and system architecture from Microsoft, Tencent, NVIDIA, Cadence and others at our annual tech summit.

The DPU Revolution

Data Processing Units are relatively new devices, but they are changing the way datacenters are built. A single one can replace 300 traditional cores.