As you might already know that the best way to edit a Jupiter notebook on an iPad probably via using Juno. the app provides 4 default ways.
- Juno’s host Jupyter server
- Azure’s host Jupyter server
- Cocalc’s host Jupyter server
- binder’s host Jupyter server
Another choice is to use a self-host Jupyter notebook. No AWS Sagemaker here. the sagemaker service is a custom build Jupyter server from AWS. The overall process is quite straight forward. Let’s go through it.
First, let spin up an instance.
After, the instance was started up. We will open the instance once on the browser to obtain the jupyter server URL that should look like this https://hello.notebook.ap-southeast-1.sagemaker.aws
Go into the Juno App > Add Jupyter Notebook Server
Paste the URL we obtained earlier here. Remove port number 8888, leave it blank. Don’t forget to turn on HTTPS.
At the very bottom, we will see the green text “Reachable” if we got everything right.
Click save to proceed.
We should see our lovely server in the list. Click on it.
You will be asked to enter your credential.
Tada~, we are in now ♥.