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Overview

  1. Visit the Intel® Developer Cloud Console.

  2. Choose Create an Account or Sign in.

    Intel Developer Cloud Console Sign-In

    Intel Developer Cloud Console Sign-In

    Create an account with your email address. This becomes the account ID.

    1. Click Create an Account.

    2. Follow instructions in the dialog and complete required fields.

    3. Sign in with the email address you used to register your account.

  3. Choose a workfklow:

Quick Launch Training

Follow this section to quickly launch a training node in the SLURM cluster.

Note

No SSH key is required.

  1. Visit Intel® Developer Cloud Console.

  2. In the Quick Start section, click Training Catalog.

  3. In the Training and Workshops, select Launch JupyterLab

  4. In the Launcher window, choose what you want to launch:

    • Notebook

    • Console

    • Other

Classic Launch Instance

Follow this section to configure your account to launch an instance from the hardware catalog.

Note

Uploading an SSH key is required.

Set Up SSH Keys

In this section, you create an SSH key locally and upload it to your account. Setting up an SSH Key is a one-time task.

Warning

Never share your private keys with anyone. Never create a SSH Private key without a passphrase.

Create an SSH Key

Select the tab below per your operating system (OS).

  1. Launch a Terminal on your local system.

  2. Copy and paste the following to your terminal to generate SSH Keys

    ssh-keygen -t rsa -b 4096 -f ~/.ssh/id_rsa
    
  3. If you are prompted to overwrite, select No.

  4. Copy and paste the following to your terminal to open your SSH key:

    vi ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub
    
  5. Upload the generated file.

Upload an SSH Key

  1. Once signed in to the console, click on the keys menu.

    Cloud Console Keys Menu

    Cloud Console Keys Menu

  2. At the keys screen, click on upload key button.

  3. Specify a name for your key and paste the contents of your key on the key contents field. To generate a key, follow Generate an SSH Key.

    Create name for SSH key

    Create name for SSH key

  4. The uploaded key will appear in the keys screen. You can delete a key. To rename a key, you must delete the original key and upload a new one with a new name.

    Keys - Account Keys

    Keys - Account Keys

Launch compute instance

  1. Log in to Intel® Developer Cloud.

  2. From the QuickStart menu, select Hardware Catalog.

    Select Hardware Catalog

    Select Hardware Catalog

Configure an instance

Select options from pull-down menus to configure your instance.

The following example shows an instance with options already selected.

Configure an instance

Configure an instance

  1. From Instance family, select your choice.

  2. From Instance Type, select your choice.

    Note

    Optionally, select Compare instance types to compare instances’ specifications.

  3. From Machine image, select your choice.

  4. In Instance name, enter a name in lowercase. Optional: Use hyphens.

  5. Under Public Keys, select checkbox for SSH public keys added previously.

  6. Click on Launch to launch an instance.

  7. View the column State.

  8. Wait for for State to show Ready.

Continue at Connect to an Instance.

Access via Corporate Network (optional)

If you’re connecting to Intel® Developer Cloud from your company Corporate Network, you’ll need to update SSH config file.

Note

If you connect using PowerShell on Microsoft Windows Operating System, you must install gitforwindows.

  1. SSH Configuration is an one-time task.

  2. Your SSH configuration file is in a folder named .ssh under your user’s home folder. If the file is not present, create one.

  3. Copy and paste the following to SSH config file:

    ~/.ssh/config
    
    Host 146.152.*.*
    ProxyCommand /usr/bin/nc -x PROXYSERVER:PROXYSPORT %h %p
    
  4. From your Lab Administrator, get PROXYSERVER and PROXYPORT in your Corporate Network for SSH, NOT for HTTP/HTTPS Proxy.

  5. Replace PROXYSERVER and PROXYPORT with the information you received from your lab administrator and save the SSH Config file.

Redeem cloud credit coupon

  1. Open the cloud credits option from your account menu.

    Cloud Credits

    Cloud Credits

  2. Click the redeem coupon button.

    Redeem Coupon Button

    Redeem Coupon Button

  3. Enter your cloud credit code. Then click redeem.

  4. The system will process your coupon and will show you if the credit redemption was successful.