One of the more frustrating errors that an end-user or IT administrator can deal with is that of locked files within Windows. When you delete a folder, move a file, or edit a configuration and you encounter a locked file error message, it’s better to deal with that quickly and efficiently.
Machine learning is a huge industry, and AWS has a whole section of services dedicated to it. We’ll explain what they’re offering, from services for running ML models to their prebuilt AI-powered services that you can integrate directly with your app.
Automation can save you time, money, and decrease errors. One popular tool intended to assist in that goal is Terraform. Terraform is intended for versioning infrastructure through configuration as code. Another common practice is moving on-premises workloads to the cloud, and one of the biggest is Amazon Web Services (AWS). Along with offering a robust virtual machine (VM) service called Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) , you have the ability to automate the deployment of EC2 instances via Terraform.
If you’re making changes to your nginx configuration files, you are running a huge risk if you restart nginx and you made a mistake, a typo, or copied and pasted from Stackoverflow wrong. Luckily there’s an easy built-in way to test your configuration files to make sure they won’t break everything.