Launching Cloud Clusters with Ray

Ray comes with a built-in cluster launcher that makes deploying a Ray cluster simple.

The cluster launcher will provision resources from a node provider (like AWS EC2 or Kubernetes) to instantiate the specified cluster, and start a Ray cluster on the provisioned resources.

You can configure the Ray Cluster Launcher to use with a cloud provider, an existing Kubernetes cluster, or a private cluster of machines.

# First, run `pip install boto3` and `aws configure`
#
# Create or update the cluster. When the command finishes, it will print
# out the command that can be used to SSH into the cluster head node.
$ ray up ray/python/ray/autoscaler/aws/example-full.yaml

See the AWS section for full instructions.

Once the Ray cluster is running, you can manually SSH into it or use provided commands like ray attach, ray rsync-up, and ray exec to access it and run Ray programs.

Questions or Issues?

You can post questions or issues or feedback through the following channels:

  1. Discussion Board: For questions about Ray usage or feature requests.

  2. GitHub Issues: For bug reports.

  3. Ray Slack: For getting in touch with Ray maintainers.

  4. StackOverflow: Use the [ray] tag questions about Ray.