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Training for fleet manager for AWS.

tgb417
Training for fleet manager for AWS.

All,

Is there any training on using Fleet manager on AWS to setup Dataiku DSS.  Particularly around best practices on setting up Kubernetes.  Over the coming months I hope to be setting up a research environment of DSS, that will be used to support researchers and automate workflows, and support some model building.


Operating system used: Linux

--Tom
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tgb417
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I came across the following that seems to help with these questions.

https://content.dataiku.com/nurturing-mlops-aws

However, it does not get into the nitty gritty of choices and steps to setting up fleet manager.  Which is my focus with this question.  

--Tom
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tgb417
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@Turribeach 

Thanks for the feedback.  If I’m guessing correctly about the architecture I want to use, this seems to cover much of my use case, from a buttons and controls point of view.

https://doc.dataiku.com/dss/latest/installation/cloudstacks-aws/guided-setup-new-vpc-elastic-compute...

However, I wish there was a more complete descriptive discussion, around making environment design and architecture choices.  Less of a manual, and more of a review of possible configurations with pros and cons describing ease of use, scaleability, cost, future expandability.  

--Tom
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abdoulaye
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The biguest issue with dataiku is docs! complete nothing(almost) about infra deployement tutorials or something that got deeper than wha we see in docs.

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Can you be more specific about what you see missing?

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abdoulaye
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For example if you want to config s3/others.. connection there is no deeper explanation on docs.

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abdoulaye
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As said, not deep. How to config with sts profile? Ive saw another doc in knowledge? Seems dataiku has two documentation websites.

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https://knowledge.dataiku.com/latest/admin-configuring/connection-security/tutorial-aws-assumerole-m...

The Knowledge site covers deeper subjects not covered in the documentation. There is also the developer site:

https://developer.dataiku.com/

You can easily search each of this sites using Google. Or if you don't know where something could be you can just search them all like this:

site:https://dataiku.com/ s3 sts

 

 

tgb417
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@Turribeach 

I use an even simpler version of that kind of search all the time with Dataiku Documentation.

site:dataiku.com s3 sts

You do not seem to need the back slashes and https: etc. (Which saves a few keystrokes.)

One of my wife's (the academic reference librarian) favorite tricks for US Government Documents is a google search like this.

site:.gov <Your topic here>

site: is a great part of the google search capabiliteis.

--Tom
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