This is the community and user documentation for 2i2c’s Managed JupyterHub Service. It is divided into a number of roles and personas with relevant topics for each.
Here are a few other locations with relevant information about 2i2c’s services.
team-compass.2i2c.org/managed-hubs/index: Documentation about
Service Teamprocesses that are primarily relevant to 2i2c team members. We put this documentation here to prevent
docs.2i2c.orgfrom getting too cluttered.
Cloud Engineering Teamand cloud infrastructure documentation.
This documentation is structured into sections that are meant for various roles and personas. We describe each below.
About the service#
These sections describe the hub service at an organizational level. They are meant for individuals who wish to learn about the service for their own purposes or to advocate for its use to others.
- Usecases and prices
- Our collaborative service model
- See a table of our running hubs!
Use the hub#
Covers end-user workflows that are common for cloud-native workflows with interactive computing.
Administer the hub#
Information for those with the hub administrator role on a JupyterHub. These cover many things that you can do to manage and configure your hub and its infrastructure.
- Get support
- Configure the hub with the Configurator
- User environment and interface
- User authentication and access
- User server management
- Network Policy
Covers topics relevant to those that are leading others in a community.
- Events and workshops
- Content creation and sharing
- Community strategy and organizing
Documentation for those serving as Community Representatives. These tend to cover technical, administrative, invoicing, and collaborative processes for interacting with 2i2c’s team on behalf of your community.
- Begin a new hub service
- Migrate off of a JupyterHub
- Billing and cloud accounts
- Estimate cloud costs
Lists and programmatically-generated content to serve as a quick reference.