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Discover Cloud Compute Resources

This topic explains how to discover available cloud compute locations throughout the world.

To discover cloud compute locations

  1. Choose Tools > Discovery.

  2. Select the Compute Resources tab.

    Compute Resources

  3. Click a resource on the map for more information.

The table displays cloud compute locations for cloud provider regions throughout the world, and includes resource name, location, and whether graphics processing unit (GPU) capabilities are available.

GPU enabled locations – GPU processors provide computing power to process many pieces of data simultaneously, significantly accelerating high-performance computing in the cloud. NVIDIA GPU cards are available from Amazon Web Services, DigitalOcean, Google Cloud, and Microsoft Azure.

After finding the GPU enabled data center you need in the location you want, you can launch an enabled workload using that GPU resource, and then bring the workload down when compute is finished, paying only for what you use. Running high-performance computing for a specific workload gives you the flexibility to change resources easily and as often as your workload requires.

Filtering the display

Use the filters to narrow your search based on provider and region, and to sort by resource name.

To search based on distance from a specific address

  1. Select a 5, 10, 50, or 100-mile search radius in the Proximity drop-down list.
    This allows you to search within a specific radius around a given location.

  2. Enter a street address and city to drop a pin on the map.
    The map zooms in on your specified address to include the pin and at least one location, if available.
    Filter by Address

  3. Click the cloud compute logo to view additional detail about the compute location. View Cloud Compute Details

Last update: 2023-09-28