Easily install Giskard in AWS using our AMI, in 3 steps
1. Initialize EC2 instance
In the AWS console, go to the service EC2 and select one of the following zones: N. Virginia (us-east-1), Paris (eu-west-3), or Singapore (ap-southeast-1)
Launch an EC2 instance
2. Configure your EC2 instance
Image selection: In the search bar for AMI, type "Giskard" and select either giskard-latest or the specific Giskard version you want
Instance type: We recommend you to choose t2.large instance type
Key pair: Choose your usual key pair. If you don't have one, go to the Amazon document to create the right one
Network settings: Make sure to tick HTTP to be able to access the application. And SSH too if you need to access the machine.
Storage: Choose a minimum of 30 Gigs of SSD (this will mainly depend on the size of your datasets)
3. Launch instance and open Giskard
Launch instance: Click on Launch instance to create the instance
Get your IP address: Click in the ID of the instance you just created and copy its IP address
Go to http://<your IP address> in your browser
The user id is admin and the password is admin
That's it, you are now ready to use Giskard in AWS! Now you can start uploading a model!
If you have an error message when you log in, you may need to wait one or two minutes for the Giskard backend to start!
You can stop the instance and restart it when you need to save your AWS compute costs. However, note that the IP address will not necessarily be the same. So make sure you copy it again from the instance configuration page when it's launched.