Hosting H2O Flow and Steam

H2O is an open source machine learning platform. With H2O Flow you’re able to train models through a web interface, R or python. With H2O Steam you’re able to deploy the trained models, allowing you to call a HTTP endpoint to predict user behavior. Are you planning to host Flow and Steam on your own server? Here are a few things we learned by doing.

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Debugging in PhpStorm with Xdebug locally, in Vagrant or in Docker

Do you use PhpStorm and have you ever wondered what all those fancy debugging features were? Or could you just not get Xdebug running in Docker or your Vagrant machine? Wonder no more!

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Using Graylog for logging on Amazon ECS

At work we use AWS ECS (Amazon EC2 Container Service) for orchestrating our docker containers. We have a rather small number of containers running (26~) which all log to CloudWatch. Being unsatisfied by the features such as alerting we started looking for a better logging solution.

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