Every project in Deepnote runs by default on a machine in the cloud. This means you don't need to worry about setting anything up. All hardware tiers have allowed connection to the internet and are able to execute long running tasks. Storage is currently unlimited so we can measure usage patterns and we will set limits when Deepnote goes out of beta. You will be informed about any changes well in advance.
You can monitor your hardware usage by hovering over the hardware tooltip in the topbar.
There are several hardware tiers to chose from
Basic – Intel Haswell 1vCPU, ~1.5GB RAM, No GPU
Pro – Intel Haswell 2vCPU, ~5GB RAM, No GPU
GPU – Intel Haswell 4vCPU, ~12GB RAM, T4 GPU (available upon a request)
Please not that the amount of RAM is only approximate, we can't guarantee the exact amount.
We are currently not supporting connecting to your own cloud based resource (e.g. AWS, GCP) or your local resources, although we are planning to enable this in the future.