Hi all, We are a bootstrap startup company, just ramping up on the Neo4j and in the process of bringing up our AWS infrastructure.
As there's no 'Aura' for AWS, for step #1, running just a single instance rather that a more robust cluster is more than enough for us. First question would be of course which size of instance to choose, is T2.micro is good enough for example. But the main question is whether there's Neo4J AMI for the new arm instances. Performance wise they are at least as good as Intel instances and in multiple benchmarks the new A1 is even better. And they are also more budget friendly
So I was wondering if anyone can tell me is there such an AMI, or alternatively is it possible/recommended to install manually the db on one of those A1 arm instances?
And then again, what is the recommended instance size considering light usage (at this stage we are only playing with it)?
AWS ARM instances (which are developed internally by AWS) the A1 family, T4g, and c6gn (Graviton and Graviton 2 family) perform better in most of the benchmarks than x86 servers, and cost half of them... So same or better performance for half the money ... True I don't need a lot of them, but no reason not to do it