I am attempting to access our company's gurobi server instance (in our AWS account) from a Jupyter notebook with a Julia kernel using JuMP (Julia for Mathematical Programming). The JuMP API has hooks into Gurobi, but seems to assume that the solver is installed locally, on the notebook server. It would seem that, as with other languages such as python, I should be able to set up an Env() instance that points to the remote Gurobi server, but I haven't figured out how to do this. If anyone has experience using JuMP/Julia to access remote Gurobi servers I would be grateful for any help or pointers.
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