Amazon SageMaker is a fully-managed service providing data scientists with the ability to build, train, and deploy machine learning (ML) and deep learning models.
With RStudio on Amazon SageMaker, data scientists can:
RStudio on Amazon SageMaker requires a paid RStudio Workbench Standard or Enterprise license.
Current RStudio Workbench customers can bring their existing licenses to SageMaker. Contact your Customer Success representative to learn more.
Run multiple R and Python analyses in parallel by opening new sessions or as local background jobs. View Python data, publish and knit in Python and share objects with R via reticulate. Author and edit Python code with AWS SageMaker Notebooks and access data and other artifacts between RStudio and SageMaker notebooks.
AWS SageMaker handles load balancing and the creation of new nodes and servers, and is designed for high availability with no maintenance window or scheduled downtimes.
Simplified setup and monitoring for active sessions and CPU and memory utilization. Suspend, forcibly terminate, or assume control of any active session and review historical usage and server logs, which are collected into AWS Cloudwatch.
Utilize existing Identity and Access Management (IAM) with AWS SageMaker. Administrators can use IAM to specify who has access to what, who can perform actions on what resources, and under what conditions.
By combining RStudio on SageMaker with RStudio Connect, data scientists can easily share their R and Python insights with their decision-makers. Connect supports a spectrum of data products, static or dynamic, developed in R and Python: Dashboards, applications, APIs, reports, and more.
"RStudio is excited to collaborate with the Amazon SageMaker team on this release as they make it easier for organizations to move their open-source data science workloads to the cloud. We are committed to helping our joint customers use our commercial offerings to bring their production workloads to Amazon’s SageMaker, and to further collaborations with the Amazon SageMaker team."
President, RStudio PBC