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CSS Scroll Snap [State of the Web]

Von | 30. Januar 2019|

CSS Scroll snapping is a method of defining snap points to tell the browser where it should stop scrolling. The process of snapping to the edge of an element (e.g. section, image, box, etc.) when coming close to it is used in order to achieve optimized scrolling positions and emphasise certain content.

In the past few years a recognizable trend of single page websites emerged (not to be confused with the term ‘single page application’). These sites consist of mainly

SeqPolicyNet: Querying Elasticsearch by Asking Questions about Movies

Von | 28. Januar 2019|

This article presents SeqPolicyNet, our Deep Learning approach to accessing information stored in an Elasticsearch instance given natural language questions.

tl;dr (spoiler alert): We’ve trained an advanced neural network to query Elasticsearch based on natural language questions. Our model, called SeqPolicyNet, incorporat

Flutter: The Beginning of a New Era? (Part 1)

Von | 23. Januar 2019|

Flutter is an open source Google project to build cross-platform applications. So—what does Flutter do better than established frameworks like Ionic, Xamarin, NativeScript and React Native? Let's find out in this first post of our new blog series.

Since early 2018, Google’s Flutter has been hyped by the community. Google claims that it provides the opportunity to build cross-platform applications for Andr

Hybride DWH-Architekturen: Mehrwerte von Cloud Services (Teil 3)

Von | 21. Januar 2019|

Eignen sich hybride DWH-Architekturen für Szenarien mit global verteilten Daten? Wie wird die Ausfallsicherheit in der Cloud sichergestellt und welche Herausforderungen und Risiken ergeben sich? Unser Fazit zu hybriden DWH-Architekturen.

Kürzlich wurde das Buch BI & Analytics in der Cloud im dpunkt Verlag veröffentlicht, in dem von verschiedenen Fachautoren des TDWI die Besonderheiten zu Cloud Bus

OpenPGP: Web of Trust and Key Signing Parties (Part 2)

Von | 16. Januar 2019|

The second part of the OpenPGP blog series explains the Web of Trust and how to participate in a key signing party to extend it.

The second part of the OpenPGP blog series explains the Web of Trust and how to participate in a key signing party to extend it.

OpenPGP: Create a New GnuPG Key (Part 1)

Von | 16. Januar 2019|

This is the first part of the OpenPGP blog series. It briefly explains how to generate a new GnuPG key that can be used for encryption, signing and authentication. GnuPG is the open implementation of the OpenPGP standard defined in RFC 4880, allowing you to encrypt and sign data and to authenticate.

This is the first part of the OpenPGP blog series. It briefly explains how to generate a new GnuPG key that can be used for encryption, signing and authentication. <

Hybride DWH-Architekturen: Mehrwerte von Cloud Services (Teil 2)

Von | 16. Januar 2019|

Wie lassen sich hybride Technologien im Data-Warehouse kombinieren? Wie tragen erhöhte Agilität und schnelle Innovationszyklen der Hersteller zur Optimierung von Betriebskosten im Cloud-Kontext bei? Teil 2 unserer dreiteiligen Artikelserie über hybride DWH-Architekturen.

Kürzlich wurde das Buch BI & Analytics in der Cloud im dpunkt-Verlag veröffentlicht, in dem von verschiedenen Fachautoren des TDWI die Besonderheiten zu Cloud Bus

Hybride DWH-Architekturen: Mehrwerte von Cloud Services (Teil 1)

Von | 14. Januar 2019|

Wie passen Cloud und Data-Warehousing zusammen, wie wird Connectivity in die Cloud hergestellt und welche Skalierungsmöglichkeiten und Chancen ergeben sich dadurch? Teil 1 unserer dreiteiligen Artikelserie über hybride DWH-Architekturen.

Kürzlich wurde das Buch BI & Analytics in der Cloud im dpunkt-Verlag veröffentlicht, in dem von verschiedenen Fachautoren des TDWI die Besonderheiten zu Cloud Bus

Why You Should Test Your Kubernetes Network Policies

Von | 10. Januar 2019|

Kubernetes Network Policies appear to be a relatively simple solution for controlling traffic in and to a cluster. But after looking more closely we found that they sometimes behave differently than expected. Here's what we've learned.

Kubernetes Network Policies appear to be a relatively simple solution for controlling traffic in and to a cluster. But after looking more closely we found that they s

Grafana Loki: Scalable and Flexible Logfile Management

Von | 08. Januar 2019|

Loki is a logfile aggregator that collects log streams. It does so by storing log streams as well as labels attached to them. Loki works like Prometheus, but for logs. Each log stream is indexed and its occurrence is tracked via a timestamp.

Right now there are three popular platforms to build a scalable and flexibel logfile management solution on-premise: splunk, elastic stack and graylog. Most customers

Deep Learning Fundamentals

Von | 07. Januar 2019|

This article unveils the connections between artificial intelligence, machine learning and deep learning based on a simple example. It suits as an introduction for newbies as well as a reference point for advanced readers looking for more complex content.

There has always been a gap between the capabilities of men and machine. While computers were able to perform complex multiplications or store large amounts of data,

MLaaS: Maschinelles Lernen in der Cloud

Von | 13. Dezember 2018|

Machine learning as a service (MLaaS) bietet Unternehmen eine einfache Möglichkeit, Daten zu verarbeiten, Modelle zu trainieren und Prognosen zu erstellen. In diesem Artikel werden die Angebote von vier der größten Cloud-Anbieter vorgestellt: GCP, AWS, MS Azure und IBM Cloud/Watson.

Cloud Computing gewinnt durch sein flexibles Bereitstellungsmodell immer größere Bedeutung. Von Software (SaaS),Plattformen (PaaS) bis hin zur IT-Infrastruktur (IaaS)

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