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UbiOps version 2.25.0

Client library version

Python client library version for this release: 3.16.0
CLI version for this release: 2.16.0

On the 24th of August 2023 we have released new functionality and made improvements to our UbiOps SaaS product. An overview of the changes is given below.

VM Nodepools - Connecting compute to UbiOps

UbiOps now supports connecting different types of compute to your UbiOps projects. For example pools of Virtual Machines (VMs), your own account at a Cloud Provider or even local hardware. Connecting compute to UbiOps previously required Kubernetes, but that is no longer the case.

This feature enables you to build extensive Hybrid Cloud setups, combining local and cloud capacity with little overhead.

Are you interested in this functionality? Contact sales for more information.


It is now possible to add pipelines as objects to other pipelines. This allows you to create smaller pipelines for common workflows and reuse them in multiple other pipelines.

Pipeline version duplication

We already supported duplicating pipelines, but we now also added functionality to duplicate pipeline versions. You can find it in the WebApp on the details page of pipeline versions.

More details about instance types

We added more info about instance types to the WebApp. In addition to memory allocation, you can now also see the amount of vCPU and the credit rate. We hope this will help in selecting the right instance type for your deployment or training experiment.

IPU support

Next to GPUs, we now also support Graphcore IPUs. These are not available by default. If you are interested in trying out IPUs, please contact sales.

Single file uploads for environments

When you are creating a new custom environment, it is now also possible to upload a single requirements.txt, ubiops.yaml, or install_packages.R, without zipping them.

Filtering requests based on time

In the WebApp it is now possible to filter requests based on time. This way you can navigate through requests more easily. In the API this was already possible.