No I run this in my machine, I just mentioned RUS cause the work was done in my poor machine and it took long time
and it is addressed to SNAP-8 users to make attention when using the last version
Many thanks ABraun
it would help to know which data and which operations/graph you are using for this so that someone in the team can troubleshoot it.
You would need to understand that even public initiatives have limited resources and they have to be managed very carefully. The RUS Terms and Conditions clearly state that priority is given to Copernicus programme countries, followed by those with billateral agreements with the European Commission. Eventually allowing others if resources allow. This is all transparently presented.
If are doing something with a scientific interest and require large scale resources you may want to check out the AWS Grants Programme.