These instructions show how to run the DL Workbench from Docker Hub* on Windows. To run the DL Workbench on other operating systems, see Install DL Workbench on Docker Hub
To run DL Workbench on Windows, install Docker Desktop* (registration required). When the installation is complete, start Docker Desktop.
- For this step, Docker Desktop must be running.
- If you are behind corporate proxies, set them as described in Install from Docker Hub.
- If you have run the DL Workbench before, pull the latest Docker image:docker pull openvino/workbench
Choose the container mode that works best for you and run the corresponding commands in Windows PowerShell*:
Interactive mode – a Docker container allows interactive processes in the DL Workbench terminal:
Once a link appears in the console log, point your browser to http://127.0.0.1:5665.
TIP: To stop a container in the interactive mode, press Ctrl + C.
Detached mode - a Docker container runs in the background of your terminal and does not receive input or display output:
Wait for the DL Workbench to set up for about a minute. Once it is done,obtain the login token:
See Enter DL Workbench for details.
TIP: To stop a container in this mode, run the
docker stop workbenchcommand.
To monitor logs in the detached mode, run
docker logs workbench.
When you open http://127.0.0.1:5665 in your browser, the DL Workbench Active Configurations page appears:
You have completed the instructions to run the DL Workbench in a Docker container on Windows. You are ready to work with models and sample datasets.