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Running a Basic Job

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Configure and run a high performance computing job.
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API FAQs

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Answers to the most common Rescale API questions.
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Intelligent Computing Automation

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Overview Organizations need to run engineering workloads quickly while managing constraints around available software licenses, the availability of preferred specialized architectures, and ensure workloads are running in desired geographies, all while managing costs. Enabling Rescale Features To support these challenges, Rescale enables administrators to prioritize how jobs are run and what resources are used using…

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Coretype Portfolio

Below is the portfolio of the latest high performance computing architectures available on Rescale’s global cloud provider network: Learn more See the Coretype Sets topic to learn how to use coretype sets to help work around cloud service provider capacity limitations. Coretype sets offer multiple combinations of coretypes and priorities to run for single jobs,…

License Queuing

Overview License queuing allows a user’s job to be queued until the license features and token/seat count required by that job are available from the requested license server. This feature is available to all Rescale users. Benefits of license queuing include:  Reducing job failure due to license unavailability. Simplifying job configuration with configurable license queuing…

Region Load Balancing 

Overview Region Load Balancing manages the distribution of compute and storage resources across multiple cloud service provider (CSP) regions based on resource availability and region health data and is available to all users. In addition to the default load balancing, customers can specify additional region preferences, which helps minimize wait time and execution failure due…

On-Demand Reserved 

Overview On-Demand Reserved (ODR) is a billing mechanism that enables customers to purchase committed concurrent usage at a discount. ODR is similar to On-Demand Priority (ODP) or On-Demand Economy (ODE), except that ODR requires advanced reservation and a minimum one year commitment in order to receive the discount. If your organization is interested in using…