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Understand Deep Learning and how it works with a simple example

Posted On 13 November 2018 By MicroPyramid

Deep Learning is a part of Machine Learning, it mimics the way our brains fundamentally work. We all know that our brain consists of billions of neurons interacting among themselves, although the interaction is simple at a fundamental level, it becomes complex when billions of them are interacting. Deep learning also uses the same concept to help machines learn.

Letsencrypt wildcard - Setup wildcard subdomain using letsencrypt and certbot

Posted On 24 April 2018 By MicroPyramid

To get wildcard supported certificates, we need to pass the challenge which requires adding TXT records in your dns records.
To get certificates for single domains, there is no need to modify dns records. Check this link https://micropyramid.com/blog/configure-ssl-with-letsencrypt-and-nginx/ for more info.

Deploying Wordpress blog with Django using Docker Containers.

Posted On 05 May 2017 By MicroPyramid

Containers run services in an isolated environment, if we deploy our applications using containers then the host system on which these containers are running will not be affected even though the applications running within containers are being hacked.

How to setup http password authentication with nginx

Posted On 01 March 2017 By MicroPyramid

HTTP Authentication is used to allow access limit to a site or particular directories by validating the username and password. HTTP basic authentication can also be combined with other access restriction methods, for example, restricting access by IP address or by geographical location.

Gitlab and Docker - Continuous Integration, Deployment and Continuous Delivery

Posted On 06 February 2017 By MicroPyramid

In this blog post, we will learn how to setup and use gitlab container registry to implement, test build and deploy your code automatically with Docker.

How to backup and restore mysql, postgresql and mongodb databases

Posted On 24 June 2016 By MicroPyramid

Data loss can happen when we accidentally delete the files, or when server crashes or system fails, or when we applied migrations to the data that didn't work so we don't get previous data with the schema. In the production environment, it's mandatory to do database backup when we do changes in the code.

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