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I wanna use multiprocessing using 288 cores of SageCloud for my Monte Carlo algorithm. Is that possible?

Unfortunately not at present. The 288 cores refers to the total number of CPU cores across all 19 machines in the cluster(s). When you create a project, it has access to only 12 cores. The main thing that "288 cores" brings is the ability of the cluster to scale up to a large number of simultaneous users. I.e., it's safe to encourage everybody you know to use

At some point in the future, the answer to this question will be: "pay $10" to get n dedicated cores for the next k hours, or something like that. But that's just not setup yet.