After logging into RunPod navigate to Serverless > Custom Template then press
New Template to open up the template dialog.
Provide a name for your template; this can be anything you would like and is used to organize and locate your template as you add more.
Location to the container image. This could be from docker-hub or any other repository. You can use the following here if you didn't build your own worker:
Link container credentials for private repositories. These can be configured in your user settings menu.
Command to run on container startup; by default, the command (CMD) defined in the Dockerfile will be used.
Amount of disk required to run your worker. This will depend on how your model and accompanying files are in the container.
Use these to pass config and secrets to your container.
Updated about 1 month ago