We are in the process of removing the Jupyter Notebook IDE from the platform because it cannot support everything DataRobot provides for creating machine learning models.
Instead, you will be able to bring your own training and inference code into DataRobot. Support for code written in any language and relying on arbitrary environment and dependencies will be provided in upcoming DataRobot releases.
On March 17, 2020, DataRobotwill disablethe Jupyter Notebook IDE option, and you won’t be able to create new notebooks. DataRobot will continue to provide support, security, and other critical updates to existing models until June 19, 2020.
On June 19, 2020, the Jupyter Notebook IDE optionwill no longer be available.
If you’ve been using the Jupyter Notebook IDE option to bring your own Python or R code to DataRobot, we know that this is a disruptive change, and we are ready to help you with this transition.
Your DataRobot success team will reach out to you shortly and will work with you to develop a tailored transition plan. Feel free to reply to this post (clickReply, below) or reach out to your DataRobot success team at any time regarding this product changes. You can open a ticket by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org as well, subject: Jupyter Notebook Deprecation.