…we want to create a balanced classification model with the optimal balance of recall and…we want to create a balanced classification model with the optimal balance of recall and precision, then we try to maximize the F1 score.
…their spaces, and their belongings. This doesn’t require much money and really only minimal effort. Keeping your life a little more tidy and organized will go a really long way.
You should never rely on a single thing to bring you fulfillment.
With Docker you would throw it in Dockerfile and let the magic happen.
…ristic to what VMs (Virtual Machines) have provided for quite some time. But they’ve always had the slightly more rigid nature of longer boot-up and provisioning times, plus the overhead of running full operating systems.
Let’s borrow from Martin Fowler’s description of microservices. The combined use of containers with a clustering system provides a beautiful and fitting platform for dynamically scaling your services.
Following 12factor’s “One codebase, many deploys”, this means each service should get deployed as its own application in PaaS parlance. This happens to be how most PaaS pricing models scale.
We settled on Docker’s own Docker Swarm for most of our deployments using the simple Docker for AWS CloudFormation template.
Now, containers on their own don’t solve this problem — quite the opposite in fact. Their ephemeral nature makes your system ever so dynamic. This makes it difficult to set dependencies in stone at deploy time.