The easiest to get started with the DSRI is to use the predefined templates to deploy an application.
- Access the templates catalog in your project:
- Filter the templates catalog to only see data science applications:
Enable more applications in your catalog
You might wonder why do you see less templates in your project? Because templates need to be earned! 🏆
Get started with deploying, and using a service on the DSRI, then we will be able to give you access to more advanced uses of the DSRI!
Root permission required
🔒 You will need root containers (aka. anyuid) to have been enabled by the DSRI team to be able to start applications with the root user.
Click on the template of the application you want to start, in this example we will use RStudio, but you can easily try the same with VisualStudio Code and JupyterLab.
You can view this 1 minute video to guide you through the process to get the storage name, then to start, and access a RStudio application:
- Go to the Add and select the template From Catalog
- Instantiate Template
- Fill the details in template wizard such as application name , password
- Click Create
- You can find the application URL from Routes under the Resources tab.
- Provide a few informations to configure your application:
- Click on the Create button.
Your application is starting on the DSRI! Go back to your project Topology page to find it! It can take from a few seconds up to a few minutes to deploy 🕐
When you are not using your application anymore you can stop the pod. If you are using a Dynamic or Persistent storage you can restart the pod and continue working with all your data in the same state as you left it.
Do not waste resources
Please think of stopping applications you are not using to avoid consuming unnecessary resources.
On the Topology page click on the down arrow ⬇️ next to the number of pods deployed.
You can then restart the pod by clicking the up arrow ⬆️