In this era of distractions, learning to say “NO” is truly powerful People think #focus means saying yes to the thing you’ve got to focus on. But that’s not what it means at all. It means saying no to the
This is part III of the series where I will examine the problem that #Canada has with its lack of #funding for #technology startups. If you happen to have missed part I of Canada, and more specifically Toronto, belongs at the
This is part II of the series where I will examine the problem that #Canada had with the “Brain Drain” and how #Toronto (as a #tech community) has been too cheap and how this has hurt the tech industry in
Canada does indeed belong at the top. This has been a long time coming and the fact that we are now at a a time in history where Canada’s government, policy and talent all culminate to make it a way better place to live than in the USA (in general); Canada, and specifically Toronto, belongs at the top.
Overview Frontiers is a software-defined datacenter product designed to work in any datacenter or cloud environment due to its builtin AnyStaxTM deployment technology. Since the Frontiers architecture contains all the network intelligence in the Frontiers control plane, the compute fabric
Nvidia GPUs, Kubernetes and Tensorflow – the (not so) final AI Frontiers So you want to intelligently use your infrastructure, don’t you? And you want to use it cross-platform? How about cross data-center? We all do. I have been around
The following slideshare will walk you through the installation of a Cassandra (1.2) node on an Ubuntu (12.04) server. It will teach you to configure LVM, XFS, /var/lib/cassandra/data and /var/lib/cassandra/commitlog directories. It will also teach you how to install OpsCenter