- What is Anaconda Cloud?
- What kind of packages does Cloud support?
- Who can find and install my packages?
- What is Anaconda, Inc.?
- What are Cloud’s terms of service?
- How much does Cloud cost?
- Do you offer free access for academic use?
- How do I get started with Cloud?
- What kind of account do I have?
- What is included in the free version of Cloud?
- What is included in the paid, personal version of Cloud?
- What is an organization account, and how is it different from an individual account?
- What is included in the paid organization version of Cloud?
- How can I upgrade my account?
Cloud supports any type of package. Today, it is primarily used for conda and PyPI packages, as well as notebooks and environments.
If you have a free account, all of your packages are public. After you upload them to Cloud, anyone can search for and download them. If you want to designate private packages, you can purchase a paid account.
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Cloud is always free for downloading and uploading public packages and for academic users. If you want private packages or extra storage space, you can upgrade to a private account. For more information, see our plans and pricing.
Yes. Our academic accounts even include free add-ons such as IOPro and Anaconda Accelerate. You must sign up for Cloud with an .edu email address. Other features such as private packages require a paid plan.
You can search, download and install hundreds of public packages without having an account. If you want to upload packages, you need to sign up for a Cloud account. For more information, see sign up for a free Cloud account.
By default your account is a personal, free account. All packages you upload to Cloud are public, and you are the only person with administrative access to your account.
The free plan allows you to search for, create and host public packages, and provides up to 3 GB storage space. Compare plans.
With our paid personal subscription, you can create and host private packages, and use 10 GB of storage space. Compare plans.
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.
With our paid subscriptions, you can create and host private packages, multiple users and groups, and use 100 GB of storage space. Compare plans.