Using Git to Collaborate on Projects
Cloudera Data Science Workbench provides seamless access to Git projects. Whether you are working independently, or as part of a team, you can leverage all of benefits of version control and collaboration with Git from within Cloudera Data Science Workbench. Teams that already use Git for collaboration can continue to do so. Each team member will need to create a separate Cloudera Data Science Workbench project from the central Git repository.
For anything but simple projects, Cloudera recommends using Git for version control. You should work on Cloudera Data Science Workbench the same way you would work locally, and for most data scientists and developers that means using Git.
Cloudera Data Science Workbench does not include significant UI support for Git, but instead allows you to use the full power of the command line. If you run an engine and open a terminal, you can run any Git command, including init, add, commit, branch, merge and rebase. Everything should work exactly as it does locally, except that you are running on a distributed edge host directly connected to your Apache Hadoop cluster.