We just made a number of improvements to help Core power users self-serve Paperspace resources.
With this update, you can now create private networks, spin-up shared drives, and assign public IP addresses to any machines that you manage!
Self-serve private networks improvement
First up, we're pleased to bring private networks to all Core users. When you create a private network, you create a shared resource pool for your team that is isolated from every other machine and customer on Paperspace.
Once you create a private network, you can add machines and drives to the network to share with team members.
Be sure to read the docs for more info!
Self-serve private storage improvement
Next up, we've made it easy to share a drive among multiple Core machines. After you create a shared network, you can spin-up a shared drive and attach it to the network in a matter of seconds!
For more information on shared drives, check out the docs!
Self-serve public IPs improvement
Finally, we've made it a lot easier to claim and assign public IP addresses! While previously it was possible to assign a machine to a public IP after the machine was created, we've now streamlined the process to make it more visible at the team level.
To claim a public IP, simply visit the Public IPs tab in the console and claim the address. (Note that Public IPs are region-specific.)
To assign the new public IP to a machine, all we need to do is use the Assign feature to select the machine we want to expose to the public web. That's all there is to it!
- We resolved a troublesome issue that resulted in erroneous invoices being sent to a small number of users
- We decreased errors related to over-provisioning on the Paperspace public cluster
- We improved the strategy for guaranteeing hot nodes and faster startup times on the Paperspace public cluster
- We fixed a number of small issues related to Windows 10 BYOL machines