EGI High-Throughput compute

Execute thousands of computational tasks to analyse large datasets

Provided by:
EGI Federation
Research area:
Dedicated for:
Researchers, Research organisations, Business, Research group
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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.

High-Throughput Compute is provided by a distributed network of computing centres, accessible via a standard interface and membership of a virtual organisation. EGI offers more than 1,000,000 cores of installed capacity, supporting over 1.6 million computing jobs per day.

This service supports research and innovation at all scales: from individuals to large collaborations.

Main characteristics of the service:

  • Access to high-quality computing resources
  • Integrated monitoring and accounting tools to provide information about the availability and resource consumption
  • Workload and data management tools to manage all computational tasks
  • Large amounts of processing capacity over long periods of time
  • Faster results for your research
  • Shared resources among users, enabling collaborative research

Service offers

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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.

Number of CPU hours 1 - 10000000 h
Guaranteed number of CPU cores 1 - 32
Amount of RAM per CPU core 4 - 8 GB
Number of days 1 - 730
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It allows parallel computing, with support of MPI protocol and libraries.

Number of CPU hours 1 - 10000000 h
Guaranteed number of CPU cores 1 - 32
Amount of RAM per CPU core 4 - 8 GB
Parallelism (Threads) 8 - 24
Number of days 1 - 730
Places and languages
  • Worldwide
  • En
Service Availability
Related Infrastructures and Platforms
  • EGI
Service phase
  • Production
Last Update
  • 25.09.2020
Tags: compute grid htc

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