Hello folks! A few months ago, we released Resoto Notebook, a library that makes it easy to query, visualize, and analyze Resoto data using pandas, Plotly, and Jupyter Notebooks.
Today, we'll discuss Resoto's new JupyterLite support, which allows you to use notebooks in the browser without installing and launching a Jupyter server.
Want to analyze raw infrastructure data when only platform engineers can access cloud consoles? Or count infrastructure assets without a data scientist? JupyterLite is a JupyterLab distribution that runs entirely in a web browser, and Resoto's JupyterLite support gives you access to popular data analysis tools without the need for any additional installation steps.