With the growing amount and complexity of data in business processes, the importance of getting an understanding of the data increases. This article aims to go a step further and explores a setup for data science applications using Jupyter Notebook running on a remote server. The multilingual, interactive computing environment Jupyter Notebook promises to be a perfect playground for data science and AI applications. Its comprehensive functionality allows users to combine code, annotations, multimedia, and visualizations into one interactive document. Since Jupyter Notebook runs through a web browser, the Notebook itself can be easily hosted on a remote server, which is a strong plus for use cases with special computational needs, such as more CPU cores, RAM or GPUs. Typical examples are complex data processing, big data management or learning of extensive AI models like neural networks. Therefore, it is worth taking a critical look at the possibilities and limitations and understanding how to set up Jupyter Notebook with OpenStack.
WHY JUPYTER NOTEBOOK WITH REMOTE SERVERS?
Providing your own Data-Science/AI Playground on a OpenStack remote server with jupyter notebook
By Marcaek , May 1, in Doom Multiplayer. Currently managed via a command line on IRC in the TSPG irc channels, we hope to soon have a web based interface for even more ease of use. Once your server is set up using the commands listed on the website or listed by typing. Well that was quick: the websites are currently being consoldated which means very soon you should only need to upload files to one site to use on both clusters. If you have any trouble let us know! Aaaaaaaaaaand it works! Have fun! You can host on Starbreaker via the tspg-starbreaker IRC channel at irc. Given the location of the new node, it has come to our attention that we'll need to work on translating TSPG's sites and interface for non-english users and would appreciate some help in this regard. Excellent to see a JP cluster, finally will allow me to enjoy some DM with our brothers in the east!
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