{"_id":"5c2a19d309ad0b006326b751","project":"5773dcfc255e820e00e1cd4d","initVersion":{"_id":"5773dcfc255e820e00e1cd50","version":"1.0"},"user":{"_id":"5767bc73bb15f40e00a28777","username":"","name":"Marko Marinkovic"},"__v":0,"metadata":{"title":"","description":"","image":[]},"createdAt":"2018-12-31T13:29:55.146Z","changelog":[],"body":"## Deprecation of Previous Generation instance types\n\nTo further optimize user workloads, we have decided to deprecate some of the oldest Previous Generation AWS instances.\n\nThe following AWS instance types are no longer supported through Cavatica:\n- m1.small\n- m1.medium\n- m1.large\n- m1.xlarge\n- m2.xlarge\n- m2.2xlarge\n- m2.4xlarge\n- c1.medium\n- c1.xlarge\n- cc2.8xlarge\n- cr1.8xlarge\n\nPlease see the full [list of supported instance types](http://docs.cavatica.org/docs/list-of-available-amazon-web-services-instances) and the official recommendation for [Upgrade Paths](https://aws.amazon.com/ec2/previous-generation/) from AWS.\n\nIf you have an app with one of these types set as instance type hint, it will automatically be migrated to use the most appropriate newer instance type.","slug":"release-note-123118","title":"Release note 12.31.18"}

Release note 12.31.18


## Deprecation of Previous Generation instance types To further optimize user workloads, we have decided to deprecate some of the oldest Previous Generation AWS instances. The following AWS instance types are no longer supported through Cavatica: - m1.small - m1.medium - m1.large - m1.xlarge - m2.xlarge - m2.2xlarge - m2.4xlarge - c1.medium - c1.xlarge - cc2.8xlarge - cr1.8xlarge Please see the full [list of supported instance types](http://docs.cavatica.org/docs/list-of-available-amazon-web-services-instances) and the official recommendation for [Upgrade Paths](https://aws.amazon.com/ec2/previous-generation/) from AWS. If you have an app with one of these types set as instance type hint, it will automatically be migrated to use the most appropriate newer instance type.