A place to share, organise and discover notebooks, markdown, mdx, static HTML sites, data apps, and more..
Build a centralised system of knowledge dissemination that plugs into all the modern tools used by both technical and business teams.
Kyso integrates with your existing tools & workflows. Minimal learning curve & no vendor lock-in.
Kyso is a systematised way to categorise & maintain documentation & research in one place. Even as your shared knowledge scales, report metadata allows you to organise everything across workspaces, teams, channels and tags. Users can search full-text on everything - reports, comments & discussions.
Secure by default by following the industry best practices like fine-grained access controls, SSO support and on-premise deployments.
Bring the power of documentation to the entire enterprise with reporting that is actionable for both technical and non-technical stakeholders.
Based on technologies like Markdown, MDX, Jupyter, R and Git.
Collect feedback and iterate faster with Google Doc-style comments.
Stackoverflow-type threads for more general conversation, Q&As, and project tracking.
Changes made are tracked and reports versioned.
Controlled user permissions and access to content. Customisable.
Easily build and deploy more complex projects from Streamlit, Dash, etc., all on Kyso.
Channels and tagging keep your content and user groups organised based on your needs.
Powerful discovery engine with report metadata, channels & tags, and full-text search.
Engagement keeps content current. Search analytics demonstrate what is needed.
However you like! Want to use Kyso in the cloud? Done! Want Kyso in a VPC or self-hosted? We like to use Docker/Kubernetes, but are flexible on deployment methods. You can even deploy Kyso internally in such a way that it doesn't require access to the public internet. Kyso can function within your company’s firewalls, meaning you have COMPLETE control of your data.
Absolutely! Once we establish your team's preferred deployment method and get you all set up, you will have a 21-day free pilot, no commitments.
Yes! We like to work very closely with our clients, collaborating on our product roadmap - both short and long term - towards building out the ideal technical knowledge management solution for your organisation.
Our customers come from a range of different industries - financial services, pharmaceuticals, healthcare, professional sports, education services, and many more - and range from small data teams to whole organisations.
Kyso supports all the common modern web formats like Jupyter & R notebooks, rendered as beautiful data documents, HTML, Markdown & MDX as well as full static websites like Jupyter Books. We integrate with git, so whether you use Github, Gitlab or Bitbucket, simply make commits as usual and all updates are reflected on Kyso automatically.
Absolutely. We have default access controls on deployment, but you can contact our Support team to talk about customising user roles in your company's Kyso installation.
Knowledge hubs like Confluence are great for managing, sharing and discussing general knowledge about the business, but they are not ideal for technical reporting. This is because they are not compatible with the technical tools used by data and dev teams to conduct their research & documentation. Because Kyso integrates with these tools, the computation-to-publication process becomes automatic.
These applications are great for allowing people to collaborate on running data-science notebooks and models in the cloud, but are mostly for technical team members, so they are not great for sharing and discovering information company-wide. Kyso organises and renders notebooks (and other data science deliveries) in such a way that both technical and non-technical people can read and learn from the insights.
A fantastic tool for for scaling general knowledge and conversation - and much better than other wikis. The big limitation of Stackoverflow, however, is that it does not integrate with or allow for the publishing of more technical assets like notebooks and applications. This means that it is not ideal for sharing, organising and collaboration on data insights.