Google Cloud keep on pricey Intel VMs!

Google Cloud sincerely hopes that businesses will continue to use its virtual machines with Intel processors.

It announced a "white-glove" service this week in an effort to persuade clients that the silicon is pricey but worthwhile.

It is well known that Google Cloud's Intel-based instances are more expensive.

above those using Ampere's Altra or AMD Epyc CPU cores.

a somewhat small, 32GB, eight-thread, N2-Standard instance running on the Xeon Scalable platform from Intel,

will cost you, for instance, around 25% more than an Ampere Altra-based instance.

has two physical cores more. Epyc instances from AMD fall somewhere in the middle.

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