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AMD EPYC will also bring Google Cloud’s N2D and C2D instances to life

amd continues to push its deals in the cloud space, such as its 3rd generation EPYC processors which will bring to life the N2D and C2D instances of Google Cloud.

As noted, one of the highlights for this is that these processors have the technology AMD Secure Encrypted Virtualization (SEV), which is part of AMD Infinity Guard. This advanced security feature hardware basedencrypts all system memory and individual virtual machine memory, and isolates virtual machine memory from the hypervisor, without significantly affecting performance.

AMD EPYC processor

“AMD has worked with Google Cloud and Google security experts to provide customers with access to advanced security technology while achieving high performance for their workloads,” said Lynn Comp, vice president of AMD. ‘AMD AMD Cloud Business Unit.

“With the 3rd Gen AMD EPYC processors powering the new Google Cloud Confidential Compute offerings, customers can continue to enjoy the general-purpose workload and optimized compute capabilities they had on Google Cloud, while feeling confident in the security of your data.

“By providing our customers with the advanced security technology of 3rd Gen AMD EPYC processors, we not only deliver more performance, but we also optimize confidential computing for more types of workloads,” said Nelly Porter, Group Product Manager, Google. Cloud.

“At Google Cloud, we believe that continuously investing in emerging technologies such as confidential computing with partners like AMD will help us address our customers’ most pressing privacy concerns.”

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