Base Environments

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Every Project has a unique software container in which its code is executed. A Base Environment is the container image that is used as the starting point for building the Project’s container.

AI Workbench comes with a handful of Default Base Environments out of the box. These defaults are designed to be good starting points on which you can build your projects and are available to use when creating a new Project.

If the default bases do not meet your needs, you can always create a custom base environment. To create a custom base environment, you must create an image that meets the minimum requirements to be compatible with AI Workbench. Then, apply image labels to provide required metadata about your image. Finally, publish it to a supported container registry.

After your image is published, you can create a new project using the “Custom Container” tab and specify your image. This will allow you to use your custom base environment as the foundation for your project.

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