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Memory optimized r3.xlarge | r3.2xlarge | r3.4xlarge | r3.8xlarge | r4.xlarge | r4.2xlarge | r4.4xlarge | r4.8xlarge | r4.16xlarge | r5.xlarge³ | r5.2xlarge³ | r5.4xlarge³ | r5.8xlarge³ | r5.12xlarge³ | r5.16xlarge³ | r5.24xlarge³ | r5a.xlarge | r5a.2xlarge | r5a.4xlarge | r5a.8xlarge | r5a.12xlarge | r5a.16xlarge | r5a.24xlarge | r5d.xlarge³ | r5d.2xlarge³ | r5d.4xlarge³ | r5d.8xlarge³ | r5d.12xlarge³ | r5d.16xlarge³ | r5d.24xlarge³ | cr1.8xlarge Note r5a-series instances are available when using Amazon EMR version 5.20.0 and later. Storage optimized h1.2xlarge | h1.4xlarge | h1.8xlarge | h1.8xlarge | hs1.8xlarge¹ | i2.xlarge | i2.2xlarge | i2.4xlarge | i2.8xlarge | i3.xlarge | i3.2xlarge | i3.4xlarge | i3.8xlarge | i3.16xlarge | i3en.xlarge |i3en.2xlarge |i3en.3xlarge |i3en.6xlarge |i3en.12xlarge | i3en.24xlarge |d2.xlarge | d2.2xlarge | d2.4xlarge | d2.8xlarge Note i3-series instances are available when using Amazon EMR version 5.9.0 and later. i3en-series instances are available when using Amazon EMR version 5.25.0 and later. GPU instances cg1.4xlarge | g2.2xlarge | g3.4xlarge | g3.8xlarge | g3.16xlarge | g3s.xlarge | p2.xlarge | p2.8xlarge | p2.16xlarge | p3.2xlarge | p3.8xlarge | p3.16xlarge Note NVIDIA and CUDA drivers are installed on P2 and P3 instance types by default. ¹ Uses PVM virtualization AMI with Amazon EMR release versions earlier than 5.13.0. For more information, see Linux AMI Virtualization Types . ² Not supported in release version 5.15.0. 107
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Amazon EMR Management Guide Configure EC2 Instances ³ Supported in release version 5.13.0 and later. Instance Purchasing Options When you set up a cluster, you choose a purchasing option for EC2 instances. You can choose to use On-Demand Instances, Spot Instances, or both. Prices vary based on the instance type and region. For current pricing, see Amazon EMR Pricing . Your choice to use instance groups or instance fleets in your cluster determines how you can change instance purchasing options while a cluster is running. If you choose uniform instance groups, the instance type and purchasing option apply to all EC2 instances in each instance group, and you can only specify the purchasing option for an instance group when you create it. If you choose instance fleets, you can change purchasing options after you create the instance fleet, and you can mix purchasing options to fulfill a target capacity that you specify. For more information about these configurations, see Create a Cluster with Instance Fleets or Uniform Instance Groups (p. 120) . Important When you choose an instance type using the AWS Management Console, the number of vCPU shown for each Instance type is the number of YARN vcores for that instance type, not the number of EC2 vCPUs for that instance type. For more information on the number of vCPUs for each instance type, see Amazon EC2 Instance Types . On-Demand Instances With On-Demand Instances, you pay for compute capacity by the hour. Optionally, you can have these On-Demand Instances use Reserved Instance or Dedicated Instance purchasing options. With Reserved Instances, you make a one-time payment for an instance to reserve capacity. Dedicated Instances are physically isolated at the host hardware level from instances that belong to other AWS accounts. For
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  • Amazon Web Services, Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud

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