This involves deploying the underlying infrastructure within the selected compute environment. A running kaos backend (via an authenticated endpoint) indicates successful deployment.

The conceptual overview shown below indicates how kaos build deploy deploys the entire kaos backend.

General Usage

kaos is only available for Data Scientists with a running endpoint!

The kaos deployment portion of the command line interface (CLI) consists of the following two commands.

  • kaos build deploy

    • Configure, create and deploy the kaos infrastructure backend

kaos build automatically configures the newly deployed infrastructure

  • kaos destroy

    • Remove all artifacts and shutdown running kaos infrastructure backend

Detailed instructions for deploying infrastructure in kaos can be found here.

Sharing Running Endpoint

The deployed kaos infrastructure backend is readily available for sharing with Data Scientists. A successfully deployed running endpoint can be found (and shared) in the following methods.

kaos build

Successfully running kaos build deploy will automatically display the current running endpoint on-screen.

In this example, the endpoint is

$ kaos build deploy -c AWS -e dev -vfy
Apply complete! Resources: 85 added, 0 changed, 0 destroyed.
Endpoint successfully set to
Successfully built kaos [dev] environment

kaos config

A kaos configuration file is always present in the current directory under ./kaos/config. The following file is automatically created after running kaos build deploy.

user =
url =
token =

The endpoint running at can now be shared with Data Scientists!