Core Machine

A Core Machine in Paperspace is a Linux or Window-based virtual machine (VM). The Core Machine runs on top of virtualized hardware.

Core Machines provide scalable processing power with varying configurations on CPU, GPU, memory, and storage amounts. Core Machines are managed via Paperspace’s console or the Gradient CLI.

Core Machine Articles

Create a Machine with the Paperspace API using HTTP requests.
Use Machines to run ML in a Box, a generic data science stack for machine learning (ML) that includes stable and up-to-date installations of widely used ML and mathematics software.
Persist a hostname through reboots and stopping or starting your instance with a static hostname.