In the previous post, we have monitored our Kafka matrices using Prometheus and visualize the health of Kafka over Grafana. Now we will set an alert, so whenever any of Kafka broker is down, we’ll receive a notification.
Ed Elliott continues a series on spark-dotnet: There are two approaches, one I have used for years with dotnet when I want to debug something that is challenging to get a debugger attached – think apps which spawn other processes and they fail in the startup routine. You can add a Debugger.Launch() to your program then when […]
Sean Owen takes us through a few techniques for speeding up neural network model training: Step #2: Use Early StoppingKeras (and other frameworks) have built-in support for stopping when further training appears to be making the model worse. In Keras, it’s the EarlyStopping callback. Using it means passing the validation data to the training process for evaluation […]