When it comes to your Lambda functions, the last thing you want to do is spend valuable dev time debugging them!
In this article, we’re be exploring different methods of debugging AWS Lambda functions faster.
I’ve noticed that cloud managed SQL databases are pay per hour, whereas cloud managed NoSQL databases can sometimes be pay per use, with no hourly cost (so if you don’t read/write any data, you don’t pay anything). I have a few questions. Firstly, is this correct or is there some pay per use cloud hosted SQL databases out there? Secondly, why is this? I’m assuming it is something to do with NoSQL having no schema so data from different user’s databases can use the same infrastructure and thus allow on demand use, whereas a SQL db needs it’s own instance for some reason. But I am no expert so I would really appreciate if someone could explain this.
It seems like this is an extremely important distinction between SQL no NoSQL. In comparisons people tend to mostly focus on the data structure and schema, but to me these different pricing models are very significant.
Optimizing AWS Lambdas is all about knowing the right ways to do it and locating the issues. These 4 tips will help you create a workflow of continuously monitoring and improving your Lambda functions for production: https://dashbird.io/blog/optimizin…Read More
https://medium.com/terraform-how-to-create-a-smale-scale-cloud/how-to-use-terraform-to-create-a-small-scale-cloud-infrastructure-abf54fabc9dd submitted by /u/Ineshime [link] [comments]Read More
I ‘m using CoLab and because of incompatibility of my card I can’t pay CoLab Pro so do you know other platform with a monthly fee (as CoLab) and a GPU better than K80 as P100 or over?
My use case is :
– I have 4 dataset from which I extract two types of features, so they became 8.
– The moment of feature extraction is GPU related and time consuming.
– I need one notebook for each dataset and also this run are GPU related and time consuming.
bipp is a new freemium data analyst’s platform that incorporates modern version control features through Git to record changes in data model and manage file versions. Each project connects to a Git repository, and each developer branch correlates to a Git branch (which encapsulates changes): Git-Based Version Control Turns Your Data Models Into Living Entities
This means all data models and SQL queries for your projects are automatically backed up. Instead of working in a separate editor and saving versions locally, bipp projects integrate with Git to provide source control features such as:
- multiple branches
- save/commiting code to its own branch
- automatically merging changes from the browser, and
- push/pull from the master
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- What cloud-related service does your company offer or provides?
- What cloud computing service model does your company use?
- What type/s of network traffic is being implemented in your workplace?
- Is your company partnered with other related companies?
- How does the traffic flow on your company’s virtual network?
Not sure if many of us are aware of OpenNebula, but came across them on Google, and looks like they recently have released their latest version of the software called Mutara 6.0. Its community edition is free to use and looks pretty interesting for som…Read More
Curious how people handle external DNS. I understand the VPC provides a DNS server that ends with xx.yy.zz.2. What do you do use for a 2nd option in case that one fails? submitted by /u/vasquca1 [link] [comments]Read More