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Use Matlab in the Cloud or at least at a remote server with student licence?

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Stephan le 31 Jan 2017
Commenté : Diego Leal le 14 Jan 2019
I need more computational power, e.g. doing some computations parallel and/or doing multiple computations simultaneously.
Therefor I´d be interested whether I can use my Academic - Total Headcount licence to either use Matlab on Amazon EC2 or at least install Matlab on a remote server (currently only running Ubuntu Server) to increase the available computing power.
I am very grateful for any help!

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Andreas Goser
Andreas Goser le 1 Fév 2017
Modifié(e) : Andreas Goser le 4 Sep 2018
Please have a look at this article. Is this meeting your needs?
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Walter Roberson
Walter Roberson le 4 Sep 2018
Installing on EC2 requires a Login Named User access, which is only available for individual licenses. It is not at all clear that TAH licenses qualify as individual licenses for this purpose.
Diego Leal
Diego Leal le 14 Jan 2019
Are there any updates on this?

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