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Problem solving

Time-series data: Why (and how) to use a relational database instead of NoSQL

From https://blog.timescale.com/time-series-data-why-and-how-to-use-a-relational-database-instead-of-nosql-d0cd6975e87c These days, time-series data applications (e.g., data center / server / microservice / container monitoring, sensor / IoT analytics, financial data analysis, etc.) are proliferating. As a result, time-series databases are in fashion (here are 33 of them). Most … Continue reading

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Deep Learning in Computer Vision

Source from http://www.cs.utoronto.ca/~fidler/teaching/2015/CSC2523.html Winter 2016 In recent years, Deep Learning has become a dominant Machine Learning tool for a wide variety of domains. One of its biggest successes has been in Computer Vision where the performance in problems such object and … Continue reading

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What’s the difference between Architectural Patterns and Architectural Styles?

An Architectural Pattern is a way of solving a recurring architectural problem. MVC, for instance, solves the problem of separating the UI from the model. Sensor-Controller-Actuator, is a pattern that will help you with the problem of actuating in face … Continue reading

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Running Serverless ASP.NET Core Web APIs with Amazon Lambda

https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/developer/running-serverless-asp-net-core-web-apis-with-amazon-lambda/ One of the coolest things we demoed at our recent AWS re:Invent talk about .NET Core support for AWS Lambda was how to run an ASP.NET Core Web API with Lambda. We did this with the NuGet package Amazon.Lambda.AspNetCoreServer … Continue reading

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How to use PostMan to check Predix Service

Copy from https://vyatkins.wordpress.com/2016/02/04/cloud-foundry-starter-guid-for-predix-io/ Update a client $ uaac client update client_name –scope  acs.attributes.write,acs.policies.read,acs.policies.write,acs.attributes.read After client update to refresh cache by next command $ uaac token delete If you need to change password of your client  you need to add password.write permission in scope and authorities of … Continue reading

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Microsoft Azure vs. Amazon Web Services: Cloud Comparison

Direct side-by-side comparisons aren’t always possible between two service providers like Azure and Amazon, but some of them are close enough. The table below is an attempt at making those comparisons. This list of services is far from complete. Microsoft … Continue reading

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Solution architecture: Scalable Umbraco CMS web app

From Microsoft Medium Umbraco CMS web app configured to scale and optimal for high-traffic sites. It uses two web apps, one for your front-end app and the other for your back-office app, deployed in a single region with autoscaling enabled. … Continue reading

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