Specifications and performance for Amazon EC2 - m7g.medium
This plan belongs to the Amazon EC2 m7g server line (General Purpose).
Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) M7g instances, powered by the latest generation AWS Graviton3 processors, provide the best price performance in Amazon EC2 for general purpose workloads. M7g instances are ideal for applications built on open-source software such as application servers, microservices, gaming servers, mid-size data stores, and caching fleets. They offer up to 25% better performance over the sixth-generation AWS Graviton2-based M6g instances. M7g instances feature Double Data Rate 5 (DDR5) memory, which provides 50% higher memory bandwidth compared to DDR4 memory to enable high-speed access to data in memory.
|Approximate Cost per vCPU||$25.99|
|Approximate RAM per vCPU||4GB|
See also all Amazon EC2 instance types.
|Price per month||
Warning: network bandwidth costs are not included in this price.
|Discount or Surcharge for
long or short term use
|Data Transfer GB||0|
|Storage||Root storage for this plan is networked and redundant. See https://aws.amazon.com/ebs/ for details.|
Grades are calculated by combining results from web, sysbench, endurance and remote timing tests. Grade A is best, grade F is worst. The grades below are those of the most recent trial run for this plan.
Follow the letter links to find the test results backing the grade.
Overall Score: 50
|Web Performance||Raw CPU Power||Performance Stability||Disk IO Performance||Network Performance|
We conducted 5 different types of tests during the latest trial for Amazon EC2 - m7g.medium. Review the results and compare this plan to its competitors.
|Yabs||Web Runs||Network Transfers||Sysbench||Endurance|
This plan was tested 1 times at vpsbenchmarks.com. The table below shows all trials run on the m7g.medium plan with its grade and CPU type.
|Start of Trial||CPU||Datacenter||Overall Grade|
|Jul 28 2023||unknown||Virginia, USA||D|