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Compute-optimized —highest performance per core on Compute Engine and optimized for compute-intensive workloads.

Compute-optimized virtual machine (VMs) instances are ideal for customers’ most performance-intensive workloads. Compute-optimized VMs are built on an architecture that utilizes features like non-uniform memory access (NUMA) for optimal reliable uniform performance.

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C2 machine series

Compute-optimized VMs offer the highest consistent performance per core to support real-time application performance.

The C2 machine series provides full transparency into the architecture of the underlying server platforms, letting you fine-tune the performance. Machine types in this series offer much more computing power, and are generally more robust for compute-intensive workloads compared to N1 high-CPU machine types.

The C2 series comes in different machine types ranging from 4 to 60 vCPUs, and offers up to 240 GB of memory. You can attach up to 3TB of local storage to these VMs for applications that require higher storage performance.

The C2 series also supports 50 Gbps and 100 Gbps high-bandwidth network configurations.

This series also produces a greater than 40% performance improvement compared to the previous generation N1 machines and offer higher performance per thread and isolation for latency-sensitive workloads.

The C2 series enables the highest performance per core and the highest frequency for compute-bound workloads using Intel 3.8 GHz Cascade Lake processors. If you are looking to optimize workloads for single-thread performance, particularly with respect to floating-point, choose a machine type in this series to leverage AVX512 capabilities only available on Intel.

N2 machine series has up to 128 vCPUs, 8 GB of memory per vCPU, and is available on the Intel Ice Lake and Cascade Lake CPU platforms.

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