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Our new and improved Nerd CLI is here

We have some exciting news to share with you. We just released a new and completely overhauled version of our Nerd CLI!

After introducing our beta a while back we’ve received great feedback from many of our users. Taking all this input into account, both minor and major issues, we’ve revamped our Nerd CLI.

A couple of the major improvements:

  • Easy Windows installer — Get running even faster.
  • Give your jobs and datasets a name — Stop struggling with difficult identifiers.
  • One command to rule them all — Upload a dataset, start a job and get it to run in just one step.

You can find the full release notes for the second release candidate on our Github.

We’re again looking for users to try Nerd for free. When you’ve registered, download Nerd and login to start your first job by running:

  1. Login

    $ nerd login
    
  2. Run your first job

    $ nerd job run --name=co2-calc nerdalize/co2-calculator
    

If you have any feedback or questions, keep sending them over!

About our software
Maaike Stoops
posted this March 19

Running Python scripts in the cloud — Super easy!

At Nerdalize, we’re trying to make computing as easy and straightforward as possible. Last month we released a Python Docker image that allows you to run your scripts without creating a custom image. You can just upload your script, requirements.txt and data files and run it right away. We’ve got a Python 2 and a Python 3 version, both of which are built on the official Python Docker image.

Don’t have an account for the testing period? You can use the following promo code for early access: try-python.

Try our example script: The CO2 calculator

We also created a nifty little CO2 calculator that you can use to try out our Python image. Just follow the quickstart to calculate how much CO2 is saved by Nerdalize each year. It’ll show you:

1) Total CO2 savings in kilograms and travel distances (by car, train & plane). For example, for just a few households, the reduction of CO2 emissions is equal to almost 4 car trips 🚗 around the world 🌎. The CO2 calculator will give you the exact number.

2) A chart showing how many airplane trips you could make to various destinations.

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Liesanne Wieleman
posted this January 25

We have 100 beta user spots available!

As you know, we’ve been working hard to make our sustainable cloud available to a wider audience. Our first users have started test driving our cloud platform and I’m excited to share the beta version of our command-line interface with you as well!

Already over 200 people have claimed their free access to the cloud platform, which means that there are only 100 spots left for the testing period! The more people use our cloud, the more houses we can heat with computing power.

Claim your free 8 vCPU and test drive our CLI

As a beta user, you can run your compute jobs on the Nerdalize platform for free! To claim your free access, I’ve created a promo code for you: hottest-cloud-provider

With this promo code, you’ll get free access to your own 8 vCPU cluster during the testing period. To make test driving our beta version easy, there are several quickstarts available for you.

Use our quickstart guides to get started

Give Python a spin — We made a Python quickstart guide to easily get started with running your Python scripts.

Bring your own image — Simply: register, install the CLI, (read the instructions) and get started.

Or have a look at all the ready-to-use software using Docker images!

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Emeline Gaulard
posted this December 19, 2017