by Andrés Villarroel and Santiago Vazquez, Cloud Engineering
AWS Textract is an AWS service that allows developers to detect, extract text (even if it is handwritten), forms and tables from PDF, PNG, and JPG files.
The service is trained with deep learning, and it is incrementally adjusted by AWS video…
Una vez Darwin definió la necesidad de adaptación como mecanismo de supervivencia… Cuando Charles miró hacia atrás pudo interpretarlo: pasaron cientos, miles de años y las especies llevaron este proceso evolutivo a su perfección. Sin embargo la cosa no quedaba ahí.
Esto no es cuestión de pasado ni de presente…
By Christian Herlein, EDRANS Software Engineer.
Disclaimer: this post could be very long. Sorry about that.
Note: code referenced available in GitHub
Since I realized development is still a discipline of the computers science, no matter at what level your programming skills are, I was looking for a small project…
By Diego Sgro, Cloud Engineer at EDRANS.
Using AWS EKS with Fargate we can run pods without configuring any server, and we can also configure scaling options based on the traffic (using for example CPU/Memory metrics with HPA).
By Aquiles Calvo, Cloud Engineer at EDRANS.
As time passes, more companies are opting to migrate their infrastructure to the Cloud. At Edrans, we always encourage our clients to take their aging on-premises stack to AWS because of its business efficiencies, cost-benefits, and competitive advantages. …
By Nahuel Oyhanarte, EDRANS Cloud Engineer
At Edrans, we always try to follow best practices and industry standards, both for our client’s projects and for our own internal stuff. These best practices include (but are not limited to):
By Tomás Cordara, EDRANS Backend developer
At EDRANS we did a hackathon with the purpose of designing a service layer that would act as a wrapper of an HTTP client and would add extra behavior to it. Cool, uh?
By Hugo Lesta, EDRANS Cloud Engineer
At first, sight, integrating Vault secrets with Openshift can be a daunting task, but you can go around different blog posts or documentation on the internet to solve it… sometimes doing this can sound like a lot of trouble but at the end of…