MATLAB Online Server requires you to build a MATLAB Docker image during the configuration process. Only MATLAB R2020a images are supported.
Superuser privileges are required for installation.
For production use, the computer running MATLAB Online Server should meet or exceed the minimum hardware recommendations listed in the table below.
Note that the system requirements for MATLAB Online Server installation can vary based on many factors, including number of users and the number and size of artifacts.
Free Disk Space
8-core, 2.0 GHz or higher
Per concurrent MATLAB session
4-core, 2.0 GHz or higher
Core count is based on ‘physical’ cores. Physical cores can represent bare-metal hardware or cores on a virtual machine (VM). Hyperthreading is ignored for the purposes of counting cores.
You need a minimum of 2 physical cores. If your computer does not meet these requirements, the setup program will not install MATLAB Online Server.
Additionally, it is highly recommended to install MATLAB Online Server on a dedicated instance (bare-metal or VM) that is not also running resource-intensive applications, such as databases or application servers.
Product Requirements – MATLAB Online
MATLAB Online is compatible with most modern browsers running on Windows®, Mac, Linux and Chrome OS. Specifically, the current versions of Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari and Microsoft Edge are supported.
For the best overall experience, we recommend using Google Chrome.
Support for Microsoft Internet Explorer has been discontinued.
Browser Settings and Features
Cookies are required to be enabled.
Pop-ups are required to be enabled.
Zoom (ctrl +/- and mouse wheel) capability is not supported.
Minimum screen resolution: 1024 x 768
Usage of MATLAB Online requires a MATLAB license. This license is required to be a Concurrent license or a Network Named User license.
Supported MATLAB version: R2020a.
MATLAB Online is currently not supported on smartphones or tablets.