Working with deployments

When you deploy a project, Anaconda Enterprise finds and builds all of the software dependencies—the libraries on which the project depends in order to run—and encapsulates them, so they are completely self-contained and easy to share with others. This is called a deployment.

Whether you deploy a notebook, Bokeh application or REST API, everything needed to deploy and run the project is included. You can then share your deployment with others so they can interact with it.

NOTE: You can create multiple deployments from a single project. Each deployment can be a different version, and can be shared with different users.

After logging in to Anaconda Enterprise, click Deployments to view a list of all of the deployments you have created—or that others have shared with you. Simply click on a deployment to open the deployed Notebook or application and interact with it.

Anaconda Enterprise maintains a log of all deployments created by all users in the Administrator’s Authentication Center.

Watch this short video to see how to deploy a dashboard (created from a sample project) and make it publicly available using Anaconda Enterprise 5.2: