Polyaxon makes it easy to start Jupyter Notebooks on your projects for you and your team members.
Users can run notebook jobs on projects level, these jobs are subject to the same permissions of the project they belong to.
To learn more about polyaxon notebook CLI, run
polyaxon notebook --help, or check the command reference
Future releases will allow you to specify a default notebook image and backend to start notebooks/labs without providing a polyaxonfile
To create a notebook, you need a polyaxonfile to customize the container running your notebook:
version: 1 kind: notebook build: image: python:3 build_steps: - pip3 install jupyter
Now you can start the jupyter notebook on the project
polyaxon notebook start -f polyaxonfile_notebook.yml Notebook is being deployed for project `mnist` It may take some time before you can access the dashboard. Your notebook will be available on: http://192.168.64.6:30087/notebook/admin/mnist/
Notebook commands accept [context switching])(/references/polyaxon-cli/#switching-context) which means that you can create a notebook for project other than the one initialized, or without initializing a local folder.
polyaxon notebook start -p my-project-name -f polyaxonfile_notebook.yml
To stop a notebook, run the following command in your terminal
polyaxon notebook stop
polyaxon notebook -p my-project-name stop