Remote Computation

The Wolfram Language has seamless support for distributed remote computation. Through the symbolic character of the language, it becomes possible to define streamlined mechanisms for exchanging code and data between instances of the Wolfram Language on different computers.

RemoteEvaluate evaluate an expression in one or more remote kernels

ParallelEvaluate evaluate an expression in parallel across multiple kernels

Managing Remote Kernels »

LaunchKernels  ▪  $DefaultRemoteKernel  ▪  ...

Interactive Remote Computation »

Evaluation Notebook's Kernel interactively set the kernel for the current notebook