Learn how to create, delete, and update projects
Projects are logical collections of related work (such as repos and pipelines). Each Pachyderm cluster ships with an initial project named
default. PachCTL supports all Project operations, such as adding/removing team members, resources, etc. Pachyderm Console can be used to view and access Projects. Pachyderm’s integrations with JupyterLab, Seldon, S3 Gateway, and DeterminedAI also support
Benefits of Projects #
Logical Organization of DAGs: Similar to a file system, you can organize your work within a Pachyderm instance.
Standardizable: Resources like repos can have the same name if they belong to different projects, making it easier to create and adhere to project templates in a collaborative environment. For example,
Multi-team Enablement: With Enterprise Pachyderm, You can grant access to projects based on roles; projects are hidden from users without access by default.
In the following example there are two projects:
CATS. They have similarly named repositories and pipelines. With Enterprise Pachyderm, you could scope access to each project by user or user group.
graph TD A[(Project DOGS)] --> B[Picture Repo] A[(Project DOGS)] --> C[Text Repo] A[(Project DOGS)] --> D[Audio Repo] B --> X(Cleanup Pipeline A) C --> Y(Cleanup Pipeline B) D --> Z(Cleanup Pipeline C) X -- from output repo --> 1(Grouping Pipeline) Y -- from output repo --> 1(Grouping Pipeline) Z -- from output repo --> 1(Grouping Pipeline) J[(Project CATS)] --> M[Picture Repo] J[(Project CATS)] --> N[Text Repo] J[(Project CATS)] --> O[Audio Repo] M --> P(Cleanup Pipeline A) N --> Q(Cleanup Pipeline B) O --> R(Cleanup Pipeline C) P -- from output repo --> 2(Grouping Pipeline) Q -- from output repo --> 2(Grouping Pipeline) R -- from output repo --> 2(Grouping Pipeline)
- You currently cannot move existing repos or pipelines between different projects.