Secrets have just landed in Gradient to store API keys, SSH keys, S3 credentials ... and any other kind of secure text that you need to keep scoped locally to give you and your team secure access to outside resources.
You'll see a few new options under "Workspaces" that enable you to pull down data (eg from a Git repository) when creating a new notebook. Check out the docs to learn more.
We heard from our community over the years that having more visibility and control of compute spend was a high-priority. Today, we added the instance cost to the dropdown of the start notebook menu. We have several projects lined-up that will contribute to this effort of increasing transparency. Stay tuned!
The console just got much faster. You'll notice up to 40% speed improvements across the app -- from notebooks to machines to settings and everything in between!
The Gradient code viewer now features a visual diff tool!
With this tool you'll be able to compare files, directories, and projects in Gradient.
Read the update to learn more.
If you look in the user menu in the console, you should now see a Hotkeys option! This option will reveal a modal with all the new keyboard shortcuts now available for use in the Paperspace console.
To access the menu, click you user icon in the top left and then the hotkeys button:
These hotkeys cover all the different views available from the Paperspace console -- from Notebooks, to Jobs, to Projects, to Machines, and more!
We hope you enjoy this new super easy way to switch contexts in the Paperspace console.
Tags are a new feature that allow you to give customized organizational structure to your team's Projects, Experiments, Notebooks, Jobs, Models, and Deployments.
Tags are extremely helpful as your library of entities grows. Use them to quickly locate resources, identify bottlenecks, and plan future releases.
We added a new handy tooltip which displays info about the underlying compute instance used in Experiments, Jobs, Notebooks, and Deployments. This tooltip includes the complete specs of the instance, including CPU and GPU as well as a link to the details provided by the provider.
A popular request for Gradient Notebooks was to free up screen real estate by making the banner at the top of the screen minimizable. You'll now see a small arrow in the top right-hand corner of the screen to collapse the banner. To expand the banner, just click the arrow again. Enjoy!