Intro to Machine Learning using Tensorflow – Part 1

Intro to Machine Learning using Tensorflow - Part 1

Tensorflow is an open-source software library created by Google for Machine Intelligence. And Jupyter Notebook is a web application that allows you to create and share documents that contain live code, equations, visualizations and explanatory text with others. Throughout this series, we’ll be using these two applications primarily, but we’ll also venture into other popular frameworks as well. By the end of this post, you’ll be able to run a linear regression (the “hello world” of ML) inside a container you built running in a cloud.

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Announcing Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform 3.4 GA

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It’s an exciting day for Red Hat as we announce the general availability of the latest release of Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, version 3.4. This new release provides significant enhancements to OpenShift in order to lower the barrier of adoption of containers in the enterprise with simplified storage provisioning, enhanced multi-tenant capabilities and new reference architectures in hybrid cloud environments. We’ve written the following blog posts to provide you with more details and even a few demos

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Why Organizations Should Embrace OpenShift

Why Organizations Should Embrace OpenShift

OpenShift accelerates application development by including the tools that companies need to be agile and efficient. With OpenShift, your business can deploy applications quickly, become less siloed, be more interactive, and increase collaboration. You’ll be able to go from concept to production faster and ahead of your competition.

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Online Release for January 2014

We’re already a month into the new year and time just seems to be flying by. However, if you thought we would just let January pass by without adding some more awesome stuff to Openshift Online, you were wrong. Our product team has been working vigorously to pack as much into this release of Openshift […]

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