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Description

JupyterHub is a multi-user Jupyter Notebook environment that allows easy management of multiple Notebook servers. You can install this application on a node reserved by Chameleon to allow you to take advantage of additional resources, e.g. a private experiment network you provide or accelerator devices such as GPUs.

This appliance is exposed over the public internet via a TLS-secured endpoint and supports other users logging in with their Chameleon credentials, so you can choose to share the server with other collaborators if you wish.

What is provided

  • one bare metal server provisioned with a default CC-CentOS7 image, on an isolated network
  • one Floating IP assigned to the server
  • JupyterHub pre-configured for login with Chameleon credentials via a TLS-secured endpoint on its Floating IP address

Supported hardware/OS

Should work without modification on compute_haswell and compute_skylake nodes. Can be launched on GPU nodes at CHI@TACC, though the image should be updated from CC-CentOS7 to CC-CentOS7-CUDA10 (or similar) to ensure that CUDA libraries are included. CentOS is the only supported distribution at the moment.


Keywords

CentOS Jupyter
Project Supported  Chameleon Supported

Template

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Author

Name: Jason Anderson
Contact:  jasonanderson@uchicago.edu

Support

Name: Chameleon Project
Contact:  help@chameleoncloud.org

Version: 1.0.0
Created By:  jason_a on Aug. 20, 2019, 2:32 p.m.
Updated By:  jason_a on Aug. 20, 2019, 3 p.m.