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Oracle

Connect to Oracle ATP through Jupyter Notebook

Do you know Jupyter Notebook? The Jupyter Notebook is an open-source web application that allows you to create and share documents that contain live codes, equations, visualizations and narrative text. You can use it for data cleaning and transformation, numerical simulation, statistical modeling, data visualization, machine learning, and much more. I like to use the Jupyter Notebook for my machine learning projects because it is a very useful tool. In one of my projects I needed to […]
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Oracle

Creating an Oracle Database Virtual Machine in OCI

As anyone in IT knows, Oracle Database is the best database and most used by companies. If you use Oracle Database in your own datacenter, you need to know that you can migrate and run those databases in the Oracle Cloud, even if you use Oracle Database Options, Exadata, and RAC. Some of the benefits that the cloud offers are the ease and speed of creating database instances with different versions, computing power and storage by choosing a few settings. In this article we will create an Oracle […]
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Oracle

Creating a Virtual Cloud Network (VCN) in OCI

Virtual Cloud Network (VCN) is a virtual network in which you can create subnets, route tables and gateways for your compute instances the same way you do in your traditional network. This makes it easy to copy the topology of your network to the OCI. There are two options for creating VCN in OCI: Create Virtual Cloud Network only: Creates a Virtual Cloud Network only. You’ll still need to set up at least one subnet, gateway and route rule to have a working Virtual Cloud Network.Create Virtual […]
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Deep Learning Oracle

Face Recognition API with OCI – Part 1

You may have noticed that I’m studying Machine Learning (including Deep Learning). In my study I like to implement codes from other developers or create some codes from scratch. If you also study about facial recognition you may have heard about Facenet. Facenet is a Tensorflow implementation for face recognition that you can integrate into your projects, and I used it to create my Face Recognition API. In this first article, you will learn how to use my facial recognition API with […]
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Oracle

Creating compartments and policies in OCI

Compartments make it easier to manage cloud resources because the resources within it can only be accessed or managed by users who have permissions. For example, you can organize compartments by project or cost center. Policies are used to grant permissions to users / groups / etc, to manage resources within a compartment. Before creating the compartments, we need to create a new user. Create a new group, too. Don’t forget to associate them. Generate a new temporary password, too. […]