Version 1.2 introduces the following features and enhancements:
The ability to access and view Whole Tale without signing in
Public container image registry
Automated recorded execution via recorded runs
The ability to override default configurations, upload folders, and view instance logs,
Performance improvements for image building and caching
Updates repo2docker to version 2022.10, adding support for Julia
Integration with new third-party platforms including the Confirmable Reproducible Research Environment, OpenICPSR, and DERIVA
For a complete list of features and bugfixes, see the v1.2 release notes.
For a complete list of current and planned features, see the release schedule.
Archival storage of container images
User interface to configure the environment
Support for user-contributed templated environments
Improved composability of environments
Improved accessibility including use of VS Code
Increased resources (CPU, memory) and GPU support
Metadata enhancements including citations, licenses
Computational provenance recorder using eBPF
The Whole Tale dashboard works best in Chrome. There are known issues in Firefox.