Examples of typical operations performed via the Verily Workbench CLI.
Category: Technical Reference
Operations that can be performed on cloud environments through the Verily Workebench web UI.
Purpose and capabilities of the Workbench Command Line Interface
Options for configuring the compute profile of a cloud environment.
How to create and manage Verily Workbench groups
Operations that can be performed on data resources through the Verily Workbench web UI.
Working with Git and GitHub.
Getting started with installing and running the Workbench CLI.
Examples related to running Nextflow workflows via the Workbench CLI.
What are Workspaces and how do you use them?
Detailed explanations about the Workbench CLI commands and their options.
Key concepts to get you acquainted with cloud infrastructure
How to create Verily Workbench data collections
Detailed information about data collections and instructions for creating and managing them.
Examples for using the Workbench CLI in specific contexts.
Examples related to using Git repositories in your notebook environments with the Workbench CLI.
Instructions for registering a service account to run automated processes
Technical reference for Verily Workbench features and capabilities.
Using the workspace context environment variables via the Workbench CLI.
Building a custom container and using it to run Workbench CLI commands
Considerations around sharing workspaces with collaborators and managing access to resources.
Operations that can be applied to workspaces through the web UI.