University of Tartu HPC Center is announcing a new Virtual Desktop service, providing a cloud-hosted Linux desktop machine. The service is currently free of charge. The Virtual Desktop is available in any web browser; no client installation is required.
What Does it Do
It enables to create a separate working environment for a specific use, such as keeping your personal and work separated in different computing environments. Easy access to your virtual machine that is entirely in your control. Run software in isolated and powerful machine. Teach students Linux internals Features
4 CPU cores, 8GB of RAM, and 10GB SSD storage running on powerful AMD EPYC servers. Low latency with HD video and sound support. Pre-installed web browsers, office and scientific software. Try it now
Order in ETAIS Marketplace. Check out the video guide Getting Started With Virtual Desktop.
Contact us at email@example.com. We would be happy to adjust the Virtual Desktop for your needs and specific projects.