You can run parallel code in MATLAB®
Online™. To access MATLAB
Online, follow this link:
To use Parallel Computing Toolbox™ functionality in MATLAB Online, you must have access to a Cloud Center cluster. You can:
Create a cloud cluster. For more information, see Create Cloud Cluster (Parallel Computing Toolbox).
Discover an existing cluster. For more information, see Discover Clusters (Parallel Computing Toolbox). You can only discover Cloud Center clusters in your MathWorks® Account.
Import a cloud cluster profile. For more information, see Import and Export Cluster Profiles (Parallel Computing Toolbox). Note that if the profile is not in your MATLAB Drive™, you must upload it first. On the Home tab, in the File area, click Upload.
The local profile is not supported in MATLAB Online.
After you set up a cloud cluster, you can use parallel language functions, such as
parfeval. Note that if you do not have
any clusters set up, then parallel functions that require a parallel pool run in serial or
throw an error.
Some differences with MATLAB Desktop include the following.
The parallel status indicator is not visible by default. You must start a parallel
pool first by using
parpool (Parallel Computing Toolbox) or any function that automatically
start a parallel pool.
The Parallel Computing Toolbox Preferences options pane is not available in MATLAB Online.
mpiprofile viewer is not supported in MATLAB