ClearML

ClearML integration comes built in with QHub, here is how you would enable this integration. Currently ClearML integration is only supported on Google Cloud Platform.

Setting subdomain DNS Record for ClearML

ClearML components requires subdomains, you would need to set a CNAME or A record for the following subdomains on your QHub.

  • app.clearml.your-qhub-domain.com

  • files.clearml.your-qhub-domain.com

  • api.clearml.your-qhub-domain.com

These domains are automatically setup for you, if you’re using Cloudflare and the args --dns-provider cloudflare --dns-auto-provision passed to qhub deploy.

Create a node group

  1. To enable ClearML integration on Google Cloud QHub deployments, simply enable the feature flag within your qhub-config.yaml file. For example:

clearml:
  enabled: true
  1. Create a node group with label app: clearml.

google_cloud_platform:
  #...
  node_groups:
    # ....
    clearml:
      instance: n1-highmem-16
      min_nodes: 1
      max_nodes: 5
      labels:
        app: clearml

Accessing the server

Users can access the ClearML server at: app.clearml.your-qhub-domain.com

Authentication

QHub secures ClearML dashboard by default with JupyterHub OAuth via Traefik ForwardAuth. You can turn it off via a flag in the QHub config YAML:

clearml:
  enabled: true
  enable_forward_auth: false

This is especially useful for accessing ClearML programmatically.

Overrides

Addition helm chart variables may want to be overridden. For this an override hook is provided where you can specify anything with the values.yaml.

clearml:
  enabled: true
  overrides:
    clearml:
      defaultCompany: "d1bd92a3b039400cbafc60a7a5b1e5ab"