You need access to one of the last four releases of MATLAB® and Parallel Computing Toolbox™. After each new release, support for the oldest release will continue for at least 8 weeks to allow you to migrate to a supported release. For example, after R2019a was released, there was a migration period in which support for R2017a continued before support was removed.
To find out which release version you are using, start MATLAB and type
You need network access to cloud resources.
To check that you have network access to cloud resources, on the Home tab, select Parallel > Create and Manage Clusters, then in the Cluster Profile Manager select Test Cloud Connectivity.
For more information on server sockets accessed by the MATLAB client to connect with cloud resources, see Server Sockets Accessed by Client.
If you see an error and are unable to connect to the Cloud, contact the
Installation Support team at
firstname.lastname@example.org. Try to
provide the exact error message.
You need a MATLAB Parallel Server™ license configured to use online licensing. For more details about online licensing, see Online Licensing for MATLAB Parallel Server.
You must have an Amazon Web Services (AWS) account.
Create and activate your AWS Account.
For more information, see How do I create and activate a new Amazon Web Services account?
Your AWS account needs access to EC2 instances in Amazon regions supported by Cloud Center.
Only Linux-based Amazon Machine Images (AMI) are available via this application. MATLAB code is generally compatible between different operating systems, but you must use Linux-specific versions of executable files or programs. You cannot use Windows– or Mac– specific files, such as user-defined MEX-files, Excel spreadsheets, databases, third-party applications.
Cloud Center does not support the instance types available for the free tier.
If you encounter an Instance Launch Error related to any resource limit (for example vCPU capacity), you might need to contact AWS to raise this limit. For information about how to request a limit increase, see Amazon EC2 Service Quotas. For more details on supported instances and regional availability, see Choose Supported EC2 Instance Machine Types. For more information on how AWS service limits affect the maximum number of instances that you can launch, see AWS Resource Limits.