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

There are quite a few questions in this post; I'll try to answer each of them in sequence and provide examples and references where relevant. Let me know if I missed something or left anything unclear....
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What is the cheapest method to get cloud computing, remote kernels, HPC access, connection to clusters or GPUs?

The remote batch job submission functionality in version 12.2 of Mathematica makes it easy to run batch jobs on cloud services like AWS Batch. See this example illustrating a trivial job using multi-...
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Right syntax to launch multiple kernels on SLURM cluster

I always struggle with clusters and I can't give you a full solution, but I'll share the setup code I use on our slurm cluster. Perhaps you can adapt it. It works even when you get a different number ...
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gridMathematica on cluster with PBS Pro

Setting up Mathematica to work well on a cluster was painful for me. I don't know how to get it working on PBS, but you may find the following general information useful. Do look at the ...
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Can Predict/Classify be parallelized?

Since Version 11.x a new option is available for Predict, Classify, NetTrain: ...
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how to generate .m file in mathematica without (**); Run the mathematica script on HPC

I assume you created a notebook, wrote something in it, then used File -> Save As... and chose "m. file"? First of all, if you are looking for create a plain text Mathematica script (.m ...
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Does the Solve function as applied to simultaneous equations benefit from multi-node / GPU parallel computing?

No, Solve does not use parallelization on the CPU, and does not make use of the GPU. None of the computer algebra function make use of the GPU in Mathematica. While ...
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Issue loading SubKernels`RemoteKernels` package for remote kernels in Mathematica

As of version 13.1, the SubKernels` package is obsolete. You would either have to use an earlier version, or adapt your code to work with the new way of launching ...
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What is the cheapest method to get cloud computing, remote kernels, HPC access, connection to clusters or GPUs?

There has been some discussion of how to run Wolfram Engine on AWS https://community.wolfram.com/groups/-/m/t/1887758
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