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Intuitive explanation of RemoteBatchSubmit[] in AWS for total novices?

When I read Wolfram's post about the new features in MMA 12.2 I was intrigued by RemoteBatchSubmit[]. He wrote: I have only ever used MMA from my laptop, and never used any other cloud computing or ...
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Using default AWS settings to compute in the cloud is very slow for me

I've been playing around with the exciting new Amazon Web Services (AWS) batch cloud computation facility in Mathematica 12.2. I'm wondering what has been the experience of others on this forum? My ...
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Tutorial example NetTrain fails miserably with a GPU

I have been experimenting with GPU NetTrain on AWS now when Mma 12.2 supports remote batch jobs (I don't have an Nvidia GPU to try these things out otherwise). In ...
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What is the cheapest method to get cloud computing, remote kernels, HPC access, connection to clusters or GPUs?

I want to be able to run parallelisable tasks quicker and on better hardware. Are there any services that can easily do this with my personal copy of Mathematica?
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How to interact with Amazon S3 using Mathematica?

Unfortunately Mathematica 12.1 does not have a native way of handling S3 files, the S3 functions were removed from the experimental AWSLink package. Someone know where can I download it, or some ...
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Using HTTPRequest “Method”->“PUT” with photos in AWS S3

I'm able to post strings (text files) to AWS S3 using REST API's, but I can't post photos/files. Because the "content-length" or ByteCount of a Wolfram Language ...
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How does one access the preferences menu on Mathematica 11.3 on Windows?

I use Mathematica on the Mac OS, and am a novice at the Windows OS. On my Mac, I can open Mathematica, then click on the "Mathematica" menu, then click on "Preferences..." to get to the preferences ...
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A tour of AWSLink?

Seems like there are a lot of useful functions in this undocumented package AWSLink: Any developers on here that can demo it a bit?