Join the Private Preview of Our New Tool for Your ML Experiments!
In response to the rapid growth of the data science market, we’re enhancing support for data science libraries, ML models, and MLOps, including by collaborating with ML vendors.
We’re starting with a private preview of our brand-new tool for ML experiments. It lets you set up and launch an experiment from local code on a Virtual Machine (VM) in the cloud directly from PyCharm (a Command Line Interface is also available). We’re granting free access for cloud resources during the preview!
If you are interested in participating, please fill out the following form:
Why use this new tool?
Effortless user experience:
- Launch experiments with just one click directly from your local setup.
- Enjoy a seamless PyCharm experience, just like you’re used to.
- Take advantage of automated setup for your environment and data.
Convenient scheduling features:
- Access VMs on demand, with a variety of hardware options to suit your specific needs.
- Benefit from automatic VM lifecycle management.
- No additional DevOps expertise is required.
Your ML experiments are just a click away! Submit your details to apply for priority access to the upcoming preview.
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