I just published a blog post, Six easy ways to run your Jupyter Notebook in the cloud, that may be of interest to some of you. It’s an in-depth comparison of these six services:
- Kaggle Kernels
- Google Colaboratory (Colab)
- Microsoft Azure Notebooks
All of these services meet the following criteria:
- They don’t require you to install anything on your local machine.
- They are completely free (or they have a free plan).
- They give you access to the Jupyter Notebook environment (or a Jupyter-like environment).
- They allow you to import and export notebooks using the standard .ipynb file format.
- They support the Python language (and most support other languages as well).
I realize that Datalore is more of a “reinvention” of the Jupyter Notebook than any of the other services, but I still included it since it meets all of these criteria.
If you don’t have time to read the post, I also created this comparison table that summarizes some of the key differences.
Your questions/feedback are more than welcome!