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README.md

Cloudpipe

Compute on demand in Docker containers.

Watch the Cloudpipe Prototype Demo

Build Status

Hacking on the Cloudpipe backend server

  1. Install Docker on your platform.
  2. Install compose.
  3. Generate development TLS credentials by running script/genkeys.
  4. Run docker-compose build && docker-compose up -d to build and launch everything locally.

To run the tests, use script/test. You can also use script/mongo to connect to your local MongoDB database.

Running code against the system

For this iteration, we've implemented (some of) multyvac's API allowing you to use multyvac for Python 2. We've created a fork that adapts to our base image and fixes some bugs evident when using the IPython/Jupyter Notebook.

pip install vac

⚠️ If you already had multyvac installed, you'll likely want to delete ~/.multyvac. Note that installing vac does overwrite the multyvac package.

Configure the client to connect to yours (default settings from compose shown here):

>>> import multyvac
>>> api_url = 'http://{}/v1'.format(<your_ip_endpoint>)
>>> multyvac.config.set_key(api_key='admin', api_secret_key='12345', api_url=api_url)

Create a Job

>>> def add(x,y):
...   sum = x + y
...   print("{x} + {y} = {sum}".format(x=x, y=y, sum=sum))
...   return sum
...
>>> job_id = multyvac.submit(add, 2, 3)

Retrieve the results

>>> job = multyvac.get(job_id)
>>> job.get_result()
5
>>> print(job.stdout)
2 + 3 = 5
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