AWS Wavelength Now Generally Available
WS has recently made AWS Wavelength zones in San Francisco and Boston available to provide a subset of their computing services on Verizon datacenters. The new zones will allow developers to build applications that can benefit from the ultra-low latency of the mobile carriers.
Only a small subset of EC2 instance types and classes are available for edge workloads: t3.medium, t3.xlarge, r5.2xlarge and g4dn.2xlarge. Developers can create EBS volumes and run Amazon EC2 Auto Scaling, Amazon EKS clusters and Amazon ECS clusters to manage their instances and Kubernetes clusters.