Anaconda Cloud is a package management service by Anaconda. Cloud makes it easy to find, access, store and share public and private notebooks, environments, and and PyPI packages. Cloud also makes it easy to stay current with updates made to the packages and environments you are using. Cloud hosts hundreds of useful packages, notebooks and environments for a wide variety of applications. You do not need to log in, or even to have a Cloud account, to search for public packages, download and install them.
Account Access and Administration
Once you have created your Anaconda Cloud account, a confirmation email will be sent to the email address associated with your account. However, if not confirmed within 24 hours, this message will expire. If your confirmation link has expired then please change your password, https://anaconda.org/account/forgot_password, and you should be able to confirm your account and use it normally.
If you need to change your password for any other reason then you can change it at https://anaconda.org/account/forgot_password. If you have forgotten your username then submit your email address at https://anaconda.org/account/forgot_username and receive an email with your username.
An organization account allows multiple individual users to administer packages and have more control of package access by other users. An individual account is for use by one person. You can create an Organization by clicking on your username in the upper righthand corner and clicking "New Organization." You can add, remove or edit groups from the groups section for your organization, first switch to your organization user by selecting the option in the header, then you can visit: https://anaconda.org/OrgName NOTE: Replace OrgName with the actual name of your organization.
Upgrading to Paid Accounts
You can upgrade to a paid account at https://anaconda.org/username/settings/billing. For a paid personal account you can have up to 20 private packages and 10 GB of storage. With paid plans for Organizations, you can create and host private packages, multiple users and groups, and use 100 GB of storage space.
Using the Anaconda Client CLI
First download . Then in a terminal, run:
This will prompt you to enter your username and password. This is the same username and password as you use on Anaconda.org.
To display the list of Anaconda Client commands:
Once you have logged in you can upload packages to your account by running:
anaconda upload PACKAGENAME
To specify an organization as the package owner instead, include the organization name when uploading:
anaconda upload -u OrgName ... package.tar
Things to remember:
- Once you have created your Anaconda Cloud account you cannot change your username.
- The private packages feature is only available for paid users and organizations.