Posts by Nat Tabris

Coiled notebooks

We recently pushed out a new, experimental notebooks feature for easily launching Jupyter servers in the cloud from your local machine. We’re excited about Coiled notebooks because they:

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How well does Dask run on Graviton?

ARM-based processors are known for matching performance of x86-based instance types at a lower cost, since they consume far less energy for the same performance. It’s not surprising then that some companies, like Honeycomb, are switching their entire infrastructure to ARM.

bar chart of AWS cost vs. processor type

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Burstable vs non-burstable AWS instance types for data engineering workloads

There are many instance types to choose from on AWS. In this post, we’ll look at one choice you can make—burstable vs non-burstable instances—and show how the “cheaper” burstable option can end up being more expensive for data engineering workloads.


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AWS Cost Explorer Tips and Tricks

Spending time in AWS Cost Explorer is one of the best ways to understand what’s going on in your AWS account. It’s one of the few places in the AWS Console where you can get a global view of your account or even of your entire organization.


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