This topic describes how to log on to the AI development console. First, add a quota group and associate the quota group with a Resource Access Management (RAM) user in the AI O&M console. Second, log on to the AI development console with the credentials of the RAM user.

Prerequisites

Step 1: Add a quota group and associate the quota group with the RAM user

  1. After the AI O&M console and AI development console are installed in the cluster, you can find two hyperlinks on the Cloud-native AI Component Set page, as shown in the following figure. Then, click O&M Console.
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    For more information, see Deploy the cloud-native AI component set.

  2. Add a quota group. For more information, see Add a quota group.
  3. Associate the quota group with the RAM user. For more information, see Create a kubeconfig file for a new user.
    Note If no RAM user is available in the User Name drop-down list, log on to the RAM console and create a RAM user. For more information, see Create a RAM user.
  4. The cluster administrator sends the credentials of the RAM user and the hyperlink of the AI development console to the specified user.

Step 2: Log on to the AI development console

  1. In the upper-left corner of the Cloud-native AI Component Set page, click Development Console.
  2. Select a logon type. If you want to log on as a RAM user, click Aliyun Ram. If you want to log on by using a token, you must obtain a token from the administrator. For more information about how to obtain a logon token in the AI O&M console, see Create a kubeconfig file for a new user.
  3. After you log on to the console, you are directed to the Overview page of the AI development console. You can submit jobs to train models based on your requirements.