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Hi, I Am Considering Different Plans Clearml Offers And It Would Be Great If Somebody Could Confirm If My Understanding Is Correct. So For Now What I Understood Is: All Of The Information Related To Tasks Like Artifacts, Scalars And Plots Are By Default U

Hi, I am considering different plans ClearML offers and it would be great if somebody could confirm if my understanding is correct.
So for now what I understood is:
All of the information related to Tasks like artifacts, scalars and plots are by default uploaded to ClearML Server (so even if I delete some locally saved artifacts from that task they will be still available). Instead of storing those artifacts on the ClearML Server you can store them in the cloud by configuring output_uri - in this case their only copy is in the cloud, it is not going to ClearML Server. If the storage is configured to the cloud then I don't have to worry about running out of 100GB Free artifact storage or 1GB Metric Events, so the only thing which is left is the API calls limit. So if I come close to the limit of API calls then I have two options: 1. upgrade to payed plan or 2. run self-hosted ClearML Server.
So in summary: basically I could configure my own storage and server and use Free plan forever OR upgrade the plan and pay ClearML so I don't have to worry about storage and server, is that correct?

  
  
Posted one year ago
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Hi @<1566596960691949568:profile|UpsetWalrus59>
All correct with the exception of " ...or 1GB Metric" this is a limit, since metrics (and meta data) is always stored on the clearml-server, so it is metered. There is also an API limit, basically anti abuse, which of course resets every month, but if you are running tens of experiments at the same time you will hit this limit. Make sense ?

  
  
Posted one year ago

if I run my own ClearML self-hosted server?

Then you have everything on your end, it will not communicate with the saas offering. meaning no limits what so ever.
(That said some of the cloud auto-scaling and compute features are not part of the open source)

  
  
Posted one year ago

ah didn't know the API limit is reseting each month, then it shouldn't be that much of a concern, makes sense. Regarding the metrics and metadata - will they also be counted to the Free Plan 1GB limit if I run my own ClearML self-hosted server?

  
  
Posted one year ago

ok, that makes sense, thanks a lot for the clarifications

  
  
Posted one year ago