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Adding and Editing Resource Groups

This topic shows you how to add or edit basic resource group settings using the MissingLink dashboard.

Resource groups make up queues. To modify settings for a resource group, or to add a resource group, first access the queue to which it belongs.

For a description of the MissingLink CLI commands and options for resource group configuration, see Configuring resource groups using MissingLink CLI.

Creating Resource Groups

  1. Click Queues to display the list of existing queues.

    Step 1

    If there are no queues, perform either of the following:

  2. Click a queue.

    In the window that appears, click the Groups tab to display the list of resource groups that have been defined for the queue.

    Step 1

  3. Click New Resource Group.

    In the window that appears, select which cloud provider you want to run your experiments on.

    • For Azure, also select a location from the list.
    • For AWS, also select a region from the list.

    Step 1

  4. Click Next.

    In the window that appears, provide a name for the resource group.

    Accept the values for the additional fields that are displayed, or specify other values.

    Step 1

    See the following topics for a description of the fields:

  5. To complete the creation of the resource group, click Done.

    Note

    You can configure additional settings for resource groups by using the ml resources group command. For more information on the command and the available flags, see the CLI reference.

Editing Resource Groups

  1. Click Queues to display the list of existing queues.

    Step 1

  2. Click the queue that contains the resource group you wish to edit.

    In the window that appears, click the Groups tab to display the list of resource groups that have been defined for the queue.

    Step 1

  3. Click the flyout menu at the right end of the resource group you wish to edit and select Edit.

    Step 1

    The settings for the group are displayed:

    Step 1

  4. Modify values, as needed.

    See the following topics for a description of the fields:

  5. Click Save to save the settings.