Deploy the Pachyderm IDE¶
The Pachyderm IDE is an enterprise feature. Request an Enterprise Edition trial token.
The Pachyderm Integrated Development Environment (IDE) is an optional extension to Pachyderm clusters that provides a comprehensive environment for prototyping and deploying Pachyderm pipelines, as well as introspecting on data in the Pachyderm version control system. It combines together Jupyter, JupyterHub, and JupyterLab, which are familiar tools for many data scientists.
The following diagram shows the Pachyderm IDE deployment.
In the diagram above, you can see that Pachyderm and JupyterHub are deployed on the same Kubernetes cluster. You deploy Pachyderm by using the
pachctl deploy command as described below. After deployment, you log in to JupyterHub with your Pachyderm user and interact with Pachyderm from within the JupyterLab UI by using
pachctl or the Pachyderm Python client.
Before deploying Pachyderm IDE, configure the following prerequisites:
Deploy Pachyderm 1.13.4 or later as described in Deploy Pachyderm on a supported Kubernetes platforms:
- Google Kubernetes Engine (GKE)
- Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS)
- Docker Desktop for Mac
For more information about JupyterHub requirements for Kubernetes, see Zero to JupyterHub with Kubernetes.
Register your Enterprise token as described in Activate Pachyderm Enterprise Edition.
Enable Pachyderm Access Controls.
Deploy Pachyderm IDE¶
After you deploy Pachyderm and enable authentication, deploy the Pachyderm IDE by running:
pachctl deploy ide
Pachyderm deploys and configures JupyterHub and JupyterLab, which might take some time.
Log in to Pachyderm IDE¶
After you deploy the Pachyderm IDE, you can access the UI in a web browser through its service IP on port
80. To get the service IP address of the Pachyderm IDE, run the following command:
- If you have deployed the Pachyderm IDE in a cloud platform, run:
kubectl --namespace=default get svc proxy-public
- If you have deployed the Pachyderm IDE in Minikube, run:
minikube service proxy-public --url
Paste the returned address in a browser to access your Pachyderm IDE. Use your Pachyderm authentication token to log in.
If you access your Kubernetes cluster through a firewall, verify that you can access your cluster on port 80. For more information, see the documentation for your cloud platform in Zero to JupyterHub with Kubernetes.