Clouderizer integrates with Google Drive — more space for our models and datasets!
Clouderizer Drive is a very important tool to manage Clouderizer projects. It allows us to
1) Persist changes to our source code / trained models, so that every time we start our project, even on different machine, we resume from where we left last time.
2) Super easy and convenient way to transfer datasets from our local machines or urls to our cloud machines where we run our projects.
Robbie plan had a limitation of just 1 GB of Clouderizer drive storage. This limitation was necessary for us to keep our costs low and offer a free plan for individual enthusiasts. But in Deep Learning world, where most datasets easily size up to multiple GBs, this was a serious barrier.
We are happy to announce that Clouderizer can now link to your Google Drive account to store your project data. This means, your Clouderizer Drive can now store as much data as is available in your Google Drive.
Once you login to your console, you should now see a prompt to link your Clouderizer account to Google Drive.
Alternatively, you can also go to Settings->Cloud Settings, and press “Authorize Access to Google Drive”
Once you click this, it will take you to Google Login screen. Here you should login with the Google Account that you wish to link.
Once you login, you will be presented with Authorization screen from Google as below
Note: This access is needed to make sure Clouderizer is able to offer 2-way sync between your Google Drive and machine where your projects are running. We don’t use this access for any other purposes. At any point of time, you can go to Cloud Settings on Clouderizer console and revoke Google Drive access. You can revoke access directly from your Google Account settings here as well. In case you are still not comfortable giving API access from your Google Drive account, you can always signup and setup a fresh Google Account only for using with Clouderizer.
Click “Allow” here. This should now take you back to Clouderizer console and you should see a success notification indicating that Google Drive integration was successful.
Done. Your Google Drive will now show a new folder clouderizer
Any new project that you create now, will automatically create a new sub-folder inside this. And all project folders will have code / data / out sub-folders as well, that correspond to code / data / out folders of your Clouderizer project.
Here is an article that explains about these folders and how 2-way sync works between your machine and Clouderizer Drive.
For our existing users, who have projects created before Google Drive integration, next time you run your project, its folder will automatically appear on Google Drive. And in case you don’t see any data or out folder for your projects, you can always create them manually on Google Drive and upload data in them. They will automatically sync with your machine once you run your projects.
In case you face any issue or have any questions, feel free to reach out to us on our community forum. We will be more than happy to assist.