Technical and Product News and Insights from Rackspace
“What tools do you use for visualization?" You often hear this question in deep learning and reinforcement learning (RL), which is even more common among those beginning to gain interest and run experiments.
Originally published in May 2018, at Onica.com/blog
Running containerized applications with Amazon EKS is a popular choice, but it still requires a certain amount of manual configuration. There are several ways to get cheaper instances for your Kubernetes® Operations (kops) cluster, and we go through them in this article.
Originally published in Oct 2018, at Onica.com/blog
For many people, the terms artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and deep learning (DL) can cause major confusion in how they’re related. Artificial intelligence is an umbrella term, machine learning is a subset of artificial intelligence, and deep learning is a subset of machine learning.
Organizations around the world are rapidly adopting public clouds. Either by moving legacy applications, building their own cloud-native applications, purchasing off-the-shelf software, or consuming Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications that leverage underlying public cloud infrastructure.
Originally published on April 4, 2019 on Onica.com/blog
Now more than ever, businesses need to leverage data, not only to stay relevant in a highly competitive landscape but also to find new competitive edges. To solve data problems, businesses need to collect both application data from many systems within their operation and the data made available to them by their business partners.
Originally pubished in May 2019, at Onica.com/blog
Although a hybrid cloud environment is not always ideal, clients who are facing certain limitations in their workloads might need it. If that’s your situation, we want to make sure you’re setting up your hybrid cloud architecture correctly.
Originally published on October 21, 2019 on Onica.com/blog
With the holiday season approaching, your online shopping site is likely to experience high volume traffic because events such as Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales are on schedule for their annual return. Black Friday raked up $6.22 billion in online sales in 2018, and with a sustained annual growth rate of between 20-25%, the 2020 holiday season is shaping up to be one of the biggest online shopping events yet.