We're excited to announce some brand new Core experiences! Let's jump right into what's new.
All-new Linux SSH experience announcement
We've reconfigured the Linux machine create experience to optimize for connecting to Linux machines via SSH.
We feel that a direct connection to a Linux machine is a fantastic experience. We'll still support Linux VMs in the browser, but if you get a chance, give SSH a try -- it's so easy to connect!
Managing machines just got a lot better announcement
We've also released a substantial cleanup of the machines settings page in Core which has made it easier than ever to access and manage machine settings.
Let's say for example we wanted to create a snapshot of our new machine -- easy!
Or let's say we wanted to update our machine name and adjust the autoshutdown timer? Also easy!
We've also made it easier to do things like assign public IPs, generate templates, and more!
Redesigned account settings improvement
We've also updated the global Paperspace account settings to the latest design system standard.
You'll now find tabs for
SSH Keys and in general you should now find it easier to access these important settings.
Dynamic public IP addresses improvement
- We added support for dynamic public IP addresses which provide public IP addresses at a bare minimum of cost
Capacity upgrades improvement
Meanwhile, we've also been busy adding plenty of capacity to Paperspace datacenters.
- We onboarded a new fleet of RTX4000 machines to the CA1 region
- We dramatically expanded GPU compute capacity in the NY2 region
- We added nearly 100TB in shared storage across regions
- And don't worry, we didn't forget about Europe! New capacity is coming soon!
- We fixed a bug that was sometimes causing utilization graphs to display inaccurately