EGI High-Throughput compute

Execute thousands of computational tasks to analyse large datasets

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EGI Federation
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Dedicated for:
Researchers, Research organisations
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With High-Throughput Compute you can run computational jobs at scale on the EGI infrastructure. It allows you to analyse large datasets and execute thousands of parallel computing tasks.

EGI offers more than 650,000 cores of installed capacity, supporting about 1.6 million computing jobs per day.

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  1. Request access selecting one of the service options below.
  2. Set the relevant parameters and add the service to the cart.
  3. Go to the cart and submit your order.
  4. You will receive an email summarising your order.
  5. You will be contacted by the EGI support team.

Featured use cases:

What happens when molecules collide? How High-Throughput Compute helps researchers to simulate chemical reactions. Small settlements coalesce into larger cities: how the OpenMOLE platform and High-Throughput Compute helped to validate a long-held theory in geography

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It allows parallel computing, with support of MPI protocol and libraries.

Technical parameters
Number of CPU hours 1 - ? h
Guaranteed number of CPU cores 1 - ?
Amount of RAM per CPU core 4 - 8 GB
Parallelism (Threads) 8 - 24
Number of days 1 - 730


It allows the execution of large numbers of independent or loosely coupled computing tasks. Limited parallel and multi-thread computing can be supported as well.

Technical parameters
Number of CPU hours 1 - ? h
Guaranteed number of CPU cores 1 - ?
Amount of RAM per CPU core 4 - 8 GB
Number of days 1 - 730
Places and languages
  • Europe
  • English
Related Infrastructures and Platforms
  • EGI
Service phase
  • Production (min. TRL 8)

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