I want to build a website for Image classification, detection and the other data tasks. The problem is, my laptop does not have enough power to run these task fast. Is there a way to redirect user input from website to Google Colab or other service (AWS, Microsoft), which has enough graphical resource, and return ..
openg2p-erp12-odoo Traceback (most recent call last): │ │ openg2p-erp12-odoo File "/opt/bitnami/odoo/lib/odoo-12.0.post20210815-py3.8.egg/odoo/api.py", line 1049, in get │ │ openg2p-erp12-odoo value = self._data[key][field][record._ids] │ │ openg2p-erp12-odoo KeyError: 673 │ │ openg2p-erp12-odoo During handling of the above exception, another exception occurred: │ │ openg2p-erp12-odoo Traceback (most recent call last): │ │ openg2p-erp12-odoo File "/opt/bitnami/odoo/lib/odoo-12.0.post20210815-py3.8.egg/odoo/fields.py", line 1064, in __get__ ..
I would like a help to create a sample request of predict API, my code is run on Google Cloud Functions. I don’t now how can I make the autentication and the request to call the predict recommendation like this example: https://cloud.google.com/retail/docs/predict#recommend I alredy have created the service account and I have my cliend ID ..
This is for a project involving the deployment of a series of web-scrapers. I’m looking to receive URLs in one "load-balancer" cloud function and then invoke several synchronous/identical web-scraper cloud functions to handle the workload of URLs. I’ve attempted designs using HTTP requests and pub/sub between the functions. Anyone with more experience see a good ..
I’m trying to port in python an ECS services deployment that at the moment is done with a bunch of bash script containing commands like the following: ecs-cli compose -f foo.yml -p foo –cluster bar –ecs-params "dir/ecs-params.yml" service up I thought that the easiest/fastest way could be using boto3 (which I already extensively use elsewhere ..
I am trying to generate an SNS alert for MS Teams, and anytime I try to execute the function in Lambda I get the following error… [ERROR] InvalidParameterException: An error occurred (InvalidParameter) when calling the Publish operation: Invalid parameter: Subject Traceback Does anyone have any idea where I went wrong or what I can change ..
I have a cloud drive that provides a high-level api for working with files. And I want to make it so that you can access the files on this cloud directly from Windows Explorer, and for that I need to "mount the file system." There’s a great "fuse" tool for this, but it’s only for ..
This is the python code from AWS secret manager. I am not sure why I am getting the error guys. Please assist me. # Use this code snippet in your app. If you need more information about configurations or implementing the sample code, visit the AWS docs: https://aws.amazon.com/developers/getting-started/python/ import boto3 import base64 from botocore.exceptions import ..
We are trying to deploy our web application & uvicorn websocket server as a docker container in cloud. Web application is running on 8000 port and websocket server is running on 7001. This is in private network and can only be accessed via vpn. We could access the web application from the browser but we ..
i’m not able to read all the azure storage account name and therir key. AZURE_TENANT_ID = ‘<string>’ AZURE_CLIENT_ID = ‘<string>’ AZURE_CLIENT_SECRET = ‘<string>’ AZURE_SUBSCRIPTION_ID = ‘<string>’ import os from azure.common.credentials import ServicePrincipalCredentials from azure.mgmt.resource import ResourceManagementClient from azure.mgmt.storage import StorageManagementClient from azure.mgmt.storage.models import ( StorageAccountCreateParameters, StorageAccountUpdateParameters, Sku, SkuName, Kind ) subscription_id = AZURE_SUBSCRIPTION_ID # your ..