Month: April 2021

NVIDIA/nvidia-docker

Introduction The NVIDIA Container Toolkit allows users to build and run GPU accelerated Docker containers. The toolkit includes a container runtime library and utilities to automatically configure containers to leverage NVIDIA GPUs. Product documentation including an architecture overview, platform support, installation and usage guides can be found in the documentation repository. Frequently asked questions are …

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FastAPI with SQLAlchemy, PostgreSQL and Alembic and of course Docker

The comprehensive guide (tutorial) to using relational databases with FastAPI The purpose of this article is to create a simple guide on how to use FastAPI with relational databases and use Alembic for migrations. An implementation that can be used in production I will be using pipenv to manage both my packages and the virtual …

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“BigSpender” BTC Double-Spending; Blockchain Not Protected by 4th Amendment; NVIDIA $1 Billion Lawsuit

TL;DR: Welcome to In Case You Missed It (ICYMI), a daily crypto news update. “BigSpender” BTC double-spending vulnerability found in several BTC wallets. Blockchain data not protected by 4th amendment, US court rules. NVIDIA files dismissal for mining revenue lawsuit. IRS searching tools to trace privacy coins and second layer transactions. Maker Foundation to pay 25,000 DAI …

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kubernetes

Like a lot of (all?) kinds in Kubernetes, an ImageStream is an abstraction. If you can imagine a Pod being an abstraction of the idea of a running container(s), you could imagine an ImageStream being an abstraction of the idea of a repository in an image registry (such as quay.io, or the internal container registry…