DevOps, DevOps, DevOps. I personally think DevOps is a requirement in most of the projects, involving software development. Yet, very little amount of people truly understand what DevOps has to offer, or what DevOps itself is. As to what DevOps is, I would leave that part to a future post however in this post I will try to give you an overview of what DevOps has to offer and how you can kickstart your DevOps chains on Microsoft Azure. In this post, we will cover a couple of platform-level services offered by Microsoft and the Azure platform and see how we can build a complete toolchain—or better, how Microsoft Azure can help us build the DevOps pipeline on the services. Our services would include, but won’t be limited to,
Using Kubernetes to deploy services and support micro-service architectures is nice and is pretty fast. It is just better than setting up things one by one. It`s also really good for DevOps people, trying to automate deployment and patches. However, much like any other system, the question of parametrization is somehow hard to solve. The purpose of DevOps team is to streamline everything and reduce the amount of time a patch gets into production, the purpose of the Dev Team is to deliver and integrate the IDE backbone with the streamline, the Security Team must ensure that everything is as hardened as possible.
As a one-stop service for log data, Log Service (Log for short) experiences massive big data scenarios of several hybrid cloud services provider. Log Service allows you to quickly complete the collection, consumption, shipping, query, and analysis of log data without the need for development, which improves the Operation & Maintenance (O&M) efficiency and the operational efficiency and builds the processing capabilities to handle massive logs in the DT (data technology) era.
The MySQL and MS SQL are the two of the most widely used database systems in the world. The first thing that you will note about these two database systems is how they are availed to users. MySQL is open source software. This means that the use of MySQL comes from the pooled knowledge of different people from different corners of the world. This can be arguably be the biggest plus for MySQL as users through the open source platform can continually improve the general program. MS SQL on the other hand uses a closed source development approach. By this, the development of the program is done in-house and all that the consumers get is a program that they are supposed to use.
Proper Bash scripting on Windows: Associate SH scripts to WSL (Windows 10) (enable drag-and-drop to .sh) (+other linux executables)
Guide to properly set up Windows 10 for Shell scripting
This article demonstrates every documented strftime substitution token, and provides a tool to generate your own list for your platform.
Creating RazorPage apps using the CLI
Why should we care about containers for development
This is a note on CHKCONFIG & SYSTEMD
Build .NET/.NET Core HTML5 desktop apps using cross-platform native GUI API
The Concurrency Explorer (ConcX) provides the objects, tools and features to make solving the Dining Philosophers problem relatively simple
This is a note on CentOS & miscellaneous subjects.
A Dockerized proof of concept application using React, Node, Python, GnuCOBOL, PostgreSQL, and Docker.
Demonstrating a few approaches to generating and plotting fractals in R and offering R scripts realizing it.
An introduction on how these applications self-defend themselves against scanning techniques, and how they could have evolved from simple and naive forms to more sophisticated ones.
C++ header file to plot data in the form of x, y, z arrays and list as potential lines and graphs
Continuous in-line request/result batching, real-time stream sending/processing, asynchronous data transferring and parallel computation for best performance and scalability
In this tutorial series we'll be using Python, Flask, SQLAlchemy and Angular 5 to build a modern RESTful web application with an architecture that consists of a front-end application with Angular 5 and a back-end REST API using Flask.
Finding a Fundamental Cycle Set Forming a Complete Basis to Enumerate All Cycles of a Given Undirected Graph
Sometimes you need a hammer for a job, not a bazooka
Application of SocketPro onto various databases for continuous inline request/result batching and real-time stream processing with bi-directional asynchronous data transferring
This article will discuss the integration of ui-bootstrap with AngularJS 1.6.x, I will show how to popup the modal dialog, how to pass data into the modal dialog, and how to pass data back to the caller.
We will walk through Angular, Angular CLI and Angular Material to build a file upload component which does not exist in Angular Material
Continue defining and presenting Gearographic curves from the simplest to the most intriguing. Offering web-pages and R scripts used to illustrate different aspects of it.
How to run the -IntegrationSample- of the incredible feature-rich NoesisGUI, that might be the best WPF competitor, on Linux using MonoDevelop and C#.
In this article, I will present a fully working Spring MVC application. It integrates with Spring Security, and Spring Rest. The sample application can be used as a template while the tutorial gives you a general idea of how each component work.
A simple set of functions to write C variables out to JSON with no fuss or errors
A show case of a dockerized postgres to improve the coupling between versioned codebase and database schema
Intel® Advisor is a dynamic analysis tool that’s part of Intel® Parallel Studio XE, Intel’s comprehensive tool suite for building and modernizing code.
Defining and presenting Gearographic curves from the simplest to the most intriguing. Offering web-pages and R scripts used to illustrate different aspects of it.