We’ve seen firsthand what TensorFlow can do, and we think it could make an even bigger impact outside Google. So today we’re also open-sourcing TensorFlow.
This article is a collaboration from Rolf Masuch (Microsoft) and Keith Tenzer (Red Hat). It is based on our work together in the field with enterprise customers. In this article we will explore how to deploy a production ready OpenShift enterprise container platform on the Microsoft Azure Cloud.
I wrote recently about how Have I been pwned (HIBP) had an API rate limit introduced and then brought forward which was in part a response to large volumes of requests against the API.
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When building DevOps or continuous delivery (CD) practices relying on Docker, you can learn a great deal from others. Reference architectures reveal what choices people made, what practices they put in place and how they connected the dots.
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For this post I’ll be assuming you know the basics of Desired State Configuration (or DSC in short). The objective of today is to test what Azure Automation can bring to the table in terms of managing Linux hosts.