dstack 0.8: Local Hub, Hugging Face integration, and more

The new release of dstack contains Local Hub, which gives you access to a dashboard, job queue handling, secure cloud credential management, and more. In addition, now you can run dstack Hub on Hugging Face in one click.

Andrey Cheptsov
Andrey Cheptsov

dstack, an OSS tool for running ML workflows, recently launched Hub - a new extension tailored for teams. With dstack's latest update, Hub has been made the primary method for using the tool. As a result, whether you want to run ML workflows locally or in the cloud, you now have access to all of Hub's features out of the box, including a dashboard, secure management of cloud credentials, job queue handling capabilities, and more.

Another noticeable change in the new release is the capability to run dstack Hub on Hugging Face in one click. Now, if you want to manage your workflows centrally and securely and do not want to host or deploy Hub yourself, you can do so via Hugging Face with one click. All you have to do is duplicate the dstackai/dstack-template Space template and configure your projects.

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If you're interested, check the release notes on GitHub for more details.