Can we develop in a Pycharm interface in our computer while using the computational resources and environment in another remote PC?
For example in Jupyter Notebook, we can execute the following command inside the remote PC:
jupyter notebook --ip 126.96.36.199 --port 8888
Which allows us to access the notebook with that ip-address remotely from any other computer and after doing so, the codes we we write remotely in the notebook would use the CPU or GPU of the that remote PC. So when I use the debugging feature of PyCharm or simply run the code, I would like the computation to be carried out in the remote PC similar to using the above Jupyter Notebook with that ip address.
Can we do the same with PyCharm? I know in PyCharm we can for example define a remote virtual-environment, but I guess that would still use our own computational power rather than a remote machine.
A similar approach would probably be if I just do remote-desktop to the remote PC, but that won't be very convenient.