Let's reach the Organization Settings and the Storages and Datalakes tab. From this view, you can manage the
Datalake and the access to Object Storages among your Organization:
As explained previously, there is initially only the default Storage Connector allowing the default
Datalake to read/write
Data on the bucket dedicated to the Organization the Picsellia Object Storage.
Now let's create a new Storage Connector for your own bucket. To do it, you can click on Add Storage Connector.
A form will open in which you can give a name to your Storage Connector and select the Cloud Provider hosting your Object Storage.
Depending on the selected Cloud Provider, you must fill different fields in this modal. Basically, the fields you need to fill are related to the credentials you get from your cloud provider when creating the dedicated access for Picsellia.
For instance, here is the form to fill out if your bucket is hosted on AWS S3.
After having clicked on "Create", a new Storage Connector will be created as you can see below:
In our case, a brand-new Storage Connector has been added to the list, the icon indicates that this one is an AWS bucket connector.
Please note, that each Organization has a Default Connector, this means that all the files that are not images will be stored through this Storage Connector. For instance, the Model files, Experiment Artifacts, Monitoring Heatmaps etc.. will be stored by Picsellia through your Default Connector.
The connection between your Picsellia Organization and the bucket hosted by your Cloud provider has now been properly and securely established.
It is now time to create a new Picsellia
Datalake that will use the Storage Connector freshly created to read and write Data on your bucket.
To do so, you just need to go to the Datalake section and click on + Add Datalake.
As you can see, initially the only existing
Datalakeis the one called default and connected to the bucket created for you on the Picsellia Object Storage.
To create a new
Datalake, you simply need to give it a name and choose the proper Storage Connector to use in order to read and write on your own bucket.
By clicking on Create a brand-new
Datalake will be created for your Organization. You will be able to visualize it in the Datalake list which displays its name, the associated Storage Connect and the number of
Data in a
At any moment, you can rename the
Datalake and change the Storage Connector used by clicking on Update.
You can also simply delete it as shown below:
Once properly created, you can access your new
Datalake using the Navigation bar
You can switch easily from one
Datalake to another as shown below. The new
Datatake is obviously empty for the moment.
The integration between your own bucket and your Picsellia Organization is now over.
Updated 3 months ago