[IPython-dev] Multi-user IPython Notebook

Kyle Kelley rgbkrk at gmail.com
Fri Oct 3 12:25:15 EDT 2014


How are you currently locking down the Docker containers for your users?
How many do you run per host?

On Fri, Oct 3, 2014 at 10:44 AM, ssanderson <ssanderson at quantopian.com>

> Kyle Kelley wrote
> > It seems it is probably time to announce the sandbox project that has
> been
> > in quiet development. ;)
> Interesting.  Your sandbox project sounds very similar to a project we have
> going over at Quantopian; we're building a notebook-based financial
> research
> environment for our users.  We're also using Docker containers for notebook
> sandboxing and performance isolation.  Currently we're managing deployments
> of single-user servers with a homegrown prototype, but in the next few
> weeks
> we're going to investigate switching to Jupyterhub.  The DockerSpawner
> looks
> very much like what I had sketched out in a to-do list of custom extensions
> we would have had to write ourselves :).  I'd love to compare notes at some
> point on what you guys have planned vs our roadmap; we might be able to
> avoid some duplicated work that way.
> -Scott
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