Install DSS on Windows with Docker - Dataiku - Collaborative Data Science Platform Dataiku DSS only runs on Linux servers for production usage. Support of Mac OS X is available for experimentation, evaluation purpose and playing with Kaggle datasets. Dataiku does not provide any version of DSS for Microsoft Windows. However, you have the option to virtualize a Linux system on Windows and install DSS on it. We do not recommend that you use Docker for running DSS on Windows. This page is provided for information purpose, and we will not be able to provide support for it. In this how-to, you will see how to install DSS on a Windows computer with Docker. Requirements Docker provides an easy installation for Windows with the Docker Toolbox application. Your machine must be running Windows 7.1, 8/8.1 or 10. Your Windows system must support Hardware Virtualization Technology and virtualization must be enabled. Also, you should have at least 4GB of RAM available (8GB is better). Docker Toolbox installation Download and install the Docker Toolbox Docker Toolbox application.
Vagrant et la virtualisation pour faciliter le développement Si Vagrant vous intéresse, nous disposons également d’un tutoriel vidéo gratuit pour mettre en place votre première machine virtuelle avec vagrant. Lors du développement d’une application ou d’un site web, il vous est sans doute arrivé d’avoir un bug dans un environnement donné (production ou staging) que vous n’arriviez pas à reproduire en local, sur votre poste. Vagrant va vous permettre, via la virtualisation, d’avoir exactement le même environnement en développement que sur vos serveurs. Dans le cas présent, nous allons utiliser Vagrant pour le développement d’une application Rails. Qu’est ce que Vagrant ? Vagrant est un outil permettant de créer des machines virtuelles pendant le développement de votre application afin d’obtenir l’environnement souhaité sans pour autant changer la configuration de votre machine. Attention toutefois, Vagrant, et par extension Virtualbox, n’ont pas vocation à être utilisés directement en production. Pré-requis Installation gem install vagrant Utilisation
Install Kitematic on Windows 10, 8, and 7 all Editions? GUI for Docker In this post, I will show you how to install Kitematic on Windows 10, 8, and 7 all editions. Kitematic is a Docker GUI that makes managing Docker containers a breeze. Previously, I have explained what is Docker and how it can make life easier for home server owners. In addition, we also showed you how to install Docker on Windows 10 64-bit Pro/Ent and other Editions, as well as on Ubuntu. Yesterday, we saw how to install SickRage in Docker from commandline. Install Kitematic on Windows – GUI for Docker In my opinion, even if you are a commandline pro, Kitematic Docker GUI can significantly speed up creating and managing docker containers. A. On 64-bit Windows 10 Pro, Ent, and Edu, Hyper-V can be enabled. 1. First create a folder to install kitematic on Windows 10. You may be presented with a Windows security warning because you are modifying a protected folder. 2. Ensure Docker is running. You will see a prompt to download Kitematic for Windows. 2. C:\Program Files\Docker\Kitematic B.
Downloads Here you will find links to VirtualBox binaries and its source code. VirtualBox binaries ¶ By downloading, you agree to the terms and conditions of the respective license. If you're looking for the latest VirtualBox 6.0 packages, see VirtualBox 6.0 builds. Please also use version 6.0 if you need to run VMs with software virtualization, as this has been discontinued in 6.1. If you're looking for the latest VirtualBox 5.2 packages, see VirtualBox 5.2 builds. VirtualBox 6.1.16 platform packages ¶ The binaries are released under the terms of the GPL version 2. See the changelog for what has changed. You might want to compare the checksums to verify the integrity of downloaded packages. SHA256 checksums, MD5 checksums Note: After upgrading VirtualBox it is recommended to upgrade the guest additions as well. VirtualBox 6.1.16 Oracle VM VirtualBox Extension Pack ¶ All supported platforms Support for USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 devices, VirtualBox RDP, disk encryption, NVMe and PXE boot for Intel cards.
Top open source project management tools of 2016 For the last three years, I have rounded up the most popular open source project management tools for Opensource.com readers. As there continues to be major reader interest in this area, I decided to take a look back at the tools we covered in 2014 and 2015, and give you updates on all of these projects. I looked to see which projects had new releases, notable new and improved features, and more. Let's take a look at each of these projects and try to answer some of the questions readers have had in the comments of last year's edition, including which are still in active development, provide hosting options, offer a mobile solution, and more. MyCollab MyCollab is a multi-purpose solution which features tools for customer relationship management, document management, and project management. MyCollab-Project includes many features, like a Gantt chart and milestones, time tracking, and issue management. The current MyCollab version is 5.2.9 released on March 14, 2016. Odoo Taiga OrangeScrum
Why Vagrant? - Vagrant Documentation Vagrant provides easy to configure, reproducible, and portable work environments built on top of industry-standard technology and controlled by a single consistent workflow to help maximize the productivity and flexibility of you and your team. To achieve its magic, Vagrant stands on the shoulders of giants. Machines are provisioned on top of VirtualBox, VMware, AWS, or any other provider. If you're a developer, Vagrant will isolate dependencies and their configuration within a single disposable, consistent environment, without sacrificing any of the tools you're used to working with (editors, browsers, debuggers, etc.). If you're an operations engineer, Vagrant gives you a disposable environment and consistent workflow for developing and testing infrastructure management scripts. If you're a designer, Vagrant will automatically set everything up that is required for that web app in order for you to focus on doing what you do best: design.
Getting Started - Vagrant Documentation The Vagrant getting started guide will walk you through your first Vagrant project, and show off the basics of the major features Vagrant has to offer. If you're curious what benefits Vagrant has to offer, you should also read the "Why Vagrant?" page. The getting started guide will use Vagrant with VirtualBox, since it is free, available on every major platform, and built-in to Vagrant. Before diving into your first project, please install the latest version of Vagrant. More of a book person? $ vagrant init hashicorp/precise32 $ vagrant up After running the above two commands, you'll have a fully running virtual machine in VirtualBox running Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 32-bit. Now imagine every project you've ever worked on being this easy to set up. With Vagrant, vagrant up is all you need to work on any project, to install every dependency that project needs, and to set up any networking and synced folders so you can continue working from the comfort of your own machine. Project Setup