When you serve your business in multiple countries, content can vary depending on location. For example, if your website only supports a few languages, to have instructions for nonsupported languages, you might have static pages for them.
Cloud computing is widely used for a variety of businesses. It reduces cost and adds agility to your business projects but sometimes you need to have On-Prem resources to fit regulations or reduce cost for static loads.
Home devices are getting smarter with the help of Internet of Things deployments and Google TV is one example product of this example. One of the LG Netcast TVs gets old and it is not able to open 4K videos on Youtube, for this reason, I start to look for a cheap solution to mitigate the freezing issues on youtube. Google TV is recommended by my friend, and I have experimented with the gadget on their TV. At first glance, It is a very responsive UI, has good integration with the android device, and is easy to use with help of good HDMI-CEC integration to TV, so I bought one Google Tv for myself.
Containerized Distro is an idea for embedded systems or the systems that are used in the long term for the same purpose. It is designed for flexibility, consistency, and long-term use, and is easy to upgrade or roll back.
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Amazon lambda is a widely used serverless platform, it supports a variety of programming languages but only one of them interests me which is golang. I write a basic tool for serverless run and before deploying this golang application to the lambda, I want to test this in my local. Amazon has a testing tool which is called sam to test your cloud application on your local. It requires docker to start the test server on your local. When you follow the Amazon guidelines for your lambda deployment it seems to work at first glance.