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Is There More Info On How To Set Up Clearml-Agent In Kubernetes Than At These Links?

Is there more info on how to set up clearml-agent in kubernetes than at these links?
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I’m still not following exactly how to get it set up, and how its supposed to start picking up jobs. I’m just trying to figure out if it will do what we need it to, basically pulling pipeline jobs and running them in our GCP cluster, and also having access to GPUs when they need. Thanks

  
  
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Hi @<1559349204206227456:profile|BeefyStarfish55> , you would need to integrate ClearML with k8s for that.
I think this helm chart is what you're looking for
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Posted one year ago

If you're running on GCP I think using the autoscaler is a far easier and also cost efficient solution. The autoscaler can spin up and down instances on GCP according to your needs.

  
  
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Also, is the Pro plan autoscaling option the only way to run clearml in the cloud without having a dedicated VM that’s running all the time?

  
  
Posted one year ago

Ok, that’s good to know. So with the autoscaler, can you also define what types of machines you need, for example GPU/No GPU, storage size, memory, etc?

Yes! And you can even run with preemptible instances 🙂

  
  
Posted one year ago

Also, is the Pro plan autoscaling option the only way to run clearml in the cloud without having a dedicated VM that’s running all the time?

Yes, GCP autoscaler is only available in the PRO & Scale/Enterprise

  
  
Posted one year ago

Ok, that’s good to know. So with the autoscaler, can you also define what types of machines you need, for example GPU/No GPU, storage size, memory, etc?

  
  
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Ok awesome, that’s good to know. Thanks!

  
  
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