Ansible is an open-source software provisioning, configuration management, and application deployment tool. It runs on many Unix-like systems, and can configure both Unix-like systems as well as Microsoft Windows. Before proceeding for the installation, it is necessary to get yourself comfortable with basic knowledge.
Before moving towards installation of Cloudify, it is recommended to obtain the basic concept of Cloudify and TOSCA standard. In this post we will see how to install Cloudify CLI, through which we can deploy, scale and monitor the different cloud service. For better understanding lets install this in local machine. The basic steps can be refereed and extended for actual cloud environment.
The steps are as follows: <read more…>
TOSCA is a standard that enhance the portability and operational management of cloud and other types of applications and services across the entire life-cycle. On the other hand, Cloudify is an open source cloud orchestration framework and it Domain Specific Language is based on TOSCA standard. Click here to read in more detail.
Anaconda makes the package management of Python, R and Scala very easy. For this, you need to have Anaconda-navigator package installed in your computer. Read more…
Unlike 2D figure, 3 variables are involved in a 3D figure. Below is an example of 3D mesh graph. For certain value of X and Y, we plot the value of Z.
Z = (X / (c*Y))
3D figure can be bar, mess, surf etc…
OS: Windows 7 32bit
WinEdit v5.4 (build: 20050201)
Can’t open Macro file “C:\program Files\WinEdt Team\WinEdt\Macros\MDIOpen.edt”
Either the path mentioned is wrong OR the macro file “MDIOpen.edt” is accidentally deleted.
How to Fix this Issue?
I assume here that the reader has basic knowledge about GitHub, BitBucket or SourceForge or some other alternatives to GitHub. Now, as a member of small research team, my responsibility is to setup something like GitHub in our own private server. The objective is to store and access individual’s source code used for varification and evaluation of own research projects in a secure place. It’s quite similar to GitHub. Continue reading…