New UbiOps features February 2023

UbiOps release news – version 2.22.0

On the 23rd of February 2022 we have released new functionality and made improvements to our UbiOps SaaS product. An overview of the changes is given below.

We have also prepared a release demo for you!

Python client library version for this release: 3.14.0

CLI version for this release: 2.14.0

✔️Pipeline variables

Pipeline variables allow you to create fixed variables that you can use in your pipeline. To use pipeline variables, simply navigate to your pipeline editor and go to the variables tab in the left sidebar. Here you can create new variables, or drag previously created variables into your canvas. Pipeline variables support all of the data types that can also be used for input and output fields of deployments and pipelines.

✔️ Previous runs of a request schedule

It is now possible to easily list all the previous runs of a specific request schedule. In the WebApp you can simply navigate to your request schedule and click the previous runs tab. If you are using the API directly, the client library, or the CLI, you can pass the request schedule name to the list call. This will make sure only the requests related to that request schedule will be listed.

✔️Improved logging page (WebApp)

We did an overhaul of our logging page to improve its performance and design. You can now view more logs at once, and functions like the auto loading are more performant. This should make navigating through the logs easier and faster.


UbiOps limits the resources that a project can use, such as the amount of memory and GPUs. These limits can be raised upon request. Until now, these resources were limited by the total sum that all deployment versions in a project could potentially use. Deployment versions that were not active counted towards the limit as well, which could prevent you from creating new deployment versions even if other versions were not active.

This approach has been replaced by quotas, which only limit the resources that are actively used by running deployment versions. It allows you to define more deployment versions in your project. For example, if your project has access to 5 GPUs, you will now be able to define as many GPU versions with as many instances as you like. But only 5 GPUs will be able to run simultaneously at any given time.

Project quotas are visible via the “List quotas” endpoint on the API.

Do you need more information? Head over to our documentation, or schedule a call with us. 

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