6.3.1 is the last release on this repository. Active development will continue here:
Google HPC-Toolkit is the recommended way to use Slurm in GCP.
- Image Support
- Cluster Configurations
- Upgrade to v6
- TPU support
- Help and Support
slurm-gcp is an open-source software solution that enables setting up
Slurm clusters on
Google Cloud Platform with ease. With it, you can
create and manage Slurm cluster infrastructure in
GCP, deployed in different configurations.
SchedMD provides professional services and commercial support to help you get up and running and stay running.
Issues and/or enhancement requests can be submitted to SchedMD's Bugzilla.
slurm-gcp can be deployed and used in different configurations and methods to
meet your computing needs.
All Slurm cluster resources will exist in the cloud.
See the Cloud Cluster Guide for details.
Only Slurm compute nodes will exist in the cloud. The Slurm controller and other Slurm components will remain in the onprem environment.
See the Hybrid Cluster Guide for details.
Two or more clusters are connected, allowing for jobs to be submitted from and ran on different clusters. This can be a mix between onprem and cloud clusters.
See the Federated Cluster Guide for details.
See the Upgrade to v6 Guide for details.
slurm-gcp supports using TPU-vm nodes. See TPU guide for details.
Please reach out to us here. We will be happy to support you!