Simple bash script to run each day and process the input and outputs for each language you need to support!
aws translate translate-text --region us-east-1 --cli-input-json https://s3.amazonaws.com/mybucketname/source/zh/filname.json | aws s3 cp - s3://translation-poc/output/zh/zh_filename.json
RVTools is simply a utility that connects to your vCenter server and captures every bit of information about your virtual machines (VMs) and your ESX hosts that you’d want to know. The data can easily be exported to excel.
I have been using an Apple Air Extreme for about 2 years, the performance has been good not great. I think one reason keeping it from being great is the inability to easy and economically scale it out on demand.
I ordered a 3-pack of the google Wifi devices, our home is approximately 3400 sq ft, with a basement, 1,2,3 floors that need coverage. In addition, the back portion-deck, yard that we spend time during the summer months. Once i have these up and running, i will provide an update.
I have spent the last couple weeks with my team looking at many backup and recovery solutions available in the market today.
Its interesting and a little disheartening to see those offerings which are still built using tech which has been around since the late 1990s and early 2000s.
I found myself asking, why should we care about scheduling server, database and other app backups, what time should the backups start, will they finish overnight? In 2018 why do i care about any of that, just define the SLA -RPO, RTO and move on with all the other concerns IT has today.
I was curious what other orgs were considering around converged Data Protection, moving away from Traditional Backups in favor of a hybrid approach or something else.
Ill provide updates in the coming weeks and share some details around what we are narrowing down to for our Pilots.