What is DataHub? JupyterHub? How is it used? How many exist across the campus?

DataHub is a distribution of open-source JupyterHub service that provides interactive computing environments to educators and students across campus using open source tools in the Jupyter ecosystem and beyond. The project has allowed Berkeley’s data science program to deploy scalable Jupyter infrastructure utilizing cloud computing resources. In addition, it enables users to interact remotely with a standardized and common computing environment through any web browser. Compared to local environments that run Jupyter, a cloud-based JupyterHub provides many conveniences, including pre-installed software, quicker access to course content, and computing flexibility that enables even users on Chromebooks or iPads to run Jupyter notebooks.

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