Developer Guide

  • 2022.3.0
  • 09/27/2022
  • Public Content

Known Limitations


  • Launching projects with the same exposed ports for URL based routes is not supported
  • Existing secrets cannot be updated, create a new secret instead
  • Preferred screen resolutions are 1920x1080, 1600x900, 1440x900, 1366x768

Test Containers

  • Intel® Vision Accelerator Designs with Intel® Movidius™ VPUs are not supported in the current release
  • For multi-container workloads with inter-container communication, container names are used as service names
  • Maximum of 3 different projects can be launched simultaneously.
  • Service names must be unique across all resources
  • Importing helm-chart can take up to 20 seconds.
  • AWS private container image token expires after 12 hours.
  • In certain cases, container log output might be out of order or duplicates.
  • Spaces are not supported in mount point paths.
  • IPV6 ports are not supported.
  • “Dashboard Not found” error will be displayed for Project if container is unassigned or deleted.
  • In certain cases, GPU name listed on Grafana Performance dashboard does not match Container Playground dashboard.
  • CPU consumption data is empty in Grafana Performance dashboard for any workload deployed on Intel® 12th Generation Core™ i9-12900TE platform configuration.

Build Containers

  • Building containers from application source without dockerfiles supports C++ only for OpenVINO™ dependency applications
  • Gitlab is not supported while importing from source code repository
  • Build status will not indicate failure for unsupported languages
  • Building containers up to 10GB size are supported
  • Current release supports building 1 container at a time
  • Maximum of 15 container images can be built while importing from dockerfile or source code hosted on a code repository.

Cloud Connector

  • First time connection to AWS S3 fails with Request Failed error. If this occurs, retry the connection again.

Product and Performance Information


Performance varies by use, configuration and other factors. Learn more at