1.1. Creating an Azure* Account 1.2. Licensing Intel® FPGA Software for the Azure* Cloud 1.3. Licensing IP Cores 1.4. Managing Intel® FPGA Software on the Azure* Cloud 1.5. Persistent Storage and Data Transference 1.6. Hosting a License Server in the Microsoft* Azure* Cloud 1.7. Connecting to the License Server 1.8. Example: Running Intel® Quartus® Prime Design Space Explorer II 1.9. Example: Running the ''Hello World'' Program Using the Intel® FPGA SDK for OpenCL™
1.4.1. Signing In the Azure* Web Portal 1.4.2. Selecting Intel® FPGA Tool from the Azure* Marketplace 1.4.3. Specifying the Virtual Machine Characteristics 1.4.4. Launching the Virtual Machine 1.4.5. Connecting to the Azure* Virtual Machine Using SSH 1.4.6. Obtaining a GUI Desktop on the Running Azure* Virtual Machine 1.4.7. Opening the Intel® Quartus® Prime Software 1.4.8. Terminating the Virtual Machine
188.8.131.52. Machine Size and Instance Type
Each machine instance type specifies the memory size and number of CPU cores of the virtual machine.
- Click View All to view all the machines available.
Figure 4. Available Machine Sizes
- Find a server size that meets the physical memory requirements for the device family. The Azure* Memory-Optimized EV3 series has instance types with high memory capacity.
In the Intel® Quartus® Prime Pro Edition software version 17.1, memory requirements for Intel® Arria® 10 devices range from 18 GB to 48 GB. Intel® Stratix® 10 memory requirements range from 80 GB to 128 GB. For information about other devices, refer to Intel® Quartus® Prime Pro Edition Software and Device Support Release Notes .Note: Machine availability varies with the location of the Azure* datacenter. If the instance type that you want is not available in the current location, select a different location.
- Click Select.
Note: In the Intel® Quartus® Prime software, using a machine with a higher number of processors can reduce compilation time. To take advantage of this, specify the number of processors for compilation. For more information, refer to Enabling Multi-Processor Compilation in Intel® Quartus® Prime Pro Edition Handbook Volume 1 .
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