Last month I attended HP Discover (disclosure: my participation was funded by Ivy World). The IT war already started however HP stands still not taking initiatives and real risks as true leaders should take.
Andrew Oliver and Dipti Borkar discuss the NoSQL landscape and cover different types of databases including RDBMS, key value stores, graph databases, columnar databases, document databases, and others.
I’ve written previously about our attempts at the Kaggle Digit Recogniser problem and our approach so far has been to use the data provided and plug it into different algorithms and see what we end up with.
Parsing script or function options and non-option arguments is easy in Bash with getopts but there are some catches, such as the need to reset OPTIND. We will se how to do it using getopts, shift, and case.
In real-time operational contexts, it’s important to monitor system metrics for major swings in value. Such swings, whether upward (“pops”) or downward (“drops”), often indicate a problem either on the horizon or else in progress.
One time a professor asked me about a problem and I suggested a simple solution. He shot down my idea because it wasn’t complex enough. He said my idea would work, but it wasn’t something he could write a paper about in a prestigious journal.
In continuation of my earlier blogs Enabling CLIENT-CERT based authorization on Tomcat and Enabling SSL in Tomcat, in this blog I will demonstrate, how you can configure multiple application to control access to their web resources using CLIENT-CERT mechanism.