Learn how to manage the lifecycle of a Datalab instance.
- [Instructor] We have been so far using a single instance…of Datalab for all our Datalab work.…We can create multiple instances as needed…and use them for different projects.…Here is a rundown of the instance management commands…that can be used to control instances…through the SDK command line.…Please note that each instance results in a new compute…engine VM which in turn results in billing costs.…
You can create a new Datalab instance…using the datalab create command,…and pass the instance name as the parameter.…You can connect to an existing instance…using the datalab connect command.…The connect command will start at the instance…if it is not up already.…You can shut down the instance…using the datalab stop command.…Make sure that you shut down instances…which are not in use to save billing costs.…Finally, you can delete an instance…using the delete command.…
The delete disk option can be used…to physically delete all the disks…on which your notebooks are saved.…
- Setting up Cloud DataLlb for exploratory data analytics
- Segmentation and profiling
- Reading and writing data from BigQuery
- Managing cloud storage buckets
- Creating visualizations of BigQuery data with the GCP Charting API
- Managing Datalab instances
Skill Level Intermediate
Predictive Customer Analyticswith Kumaran Ponnambalam1h 37m Intermediate
1. Exploration Options in GCP
2. Cloud Datalab Basics
3. Datalab: BigQuery
4. Datalab: Cloud Storage
5. Datalab: Visualizations
6. EDA with GCP: Use Case
7. Managing Datalab
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