Playing with AI in Azure

Frederique Retsema

When I was learning about Azure AI, I asked myself the question: “how far is AI? What can it determine – and what is impossible (yet)?” A nice tool that can give (partly) answers to that, is the website that Azure offers to scan images, it uses Azure Cognitive Services […]

AWS Shop example: API Gateway (2)

Introduction Last time, I talked about the API Gateway [1]. The URL that we used last time has randomness in it: it looks like https://54dwcigu3a.execute-api.eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/prod/shop. When you destroy the API Gateway objects and redeploy them, you will get another URL. That’s not nice: we don’t want to change the URL […]

AWS shop example: Lambda

Frederique Retsema

Introduction In the previous blog [1], I wrote about an example shop application in AWS. Let me show the AWS architecture of this shop again: In this blog, I will tell a little bit more about the Lambda functions in this shop example. Lambda functions are serverless functions: you don’t […]

Setup and use of oVirt on CentOS7

Frederique Retsema

Today, I’ll explain how to install and use oVirt: a nice virtualization tool for Linux, which is based on KVM. I installed the current production version 4.3.8 on a test machine, a Medion machine with an extra SSD drive. As usual, you’ll find the installation file for pxe that I […]

Test Automation Days 2019

Frederique Retsema

Vorige week woensdag en donderdag (19 en 20 juni) werden de Test Automation Days gehouden. De eerste dag bestond uit twee workshops die elk drie uur duurden. Op tweede dag van de Test Automation Days werden vooral presentaties gehouden. Ik zal van drie van deze presentaties een samenvatting geven. Keynote […]