According to Wikipedia, OSPF stands for Open Short Path First. It is One of the Routing Protocol.
Let us try to understand this with an example-
Suppose you want to go to your home from college. You book a cab or take a bus to your home. In the path of your journey, you encounter several sign boards which help you take proper or best path, or in case of a cab, Google Maps will help you in choosing the best route.
In this analogy, consider yourself as the DATA, the bus or cab as the ROUTED PROTOCOL and the…
📌 CREATE A MULTI-CLOUD SETUP of K8S cluster :
🔅 Launch node in AWS
🔅 Launch node in Azure
🔅 Launch node in GCP
🔅 One node on cloud should be Master Node
🔅 Then setup multi node Kubernetes cluster.
So to do this task, I have created three nodes :
Object Recognition using CNN model
Task Description 📄
📌 In this task :
👉Create a model that will detect a car in a live stream or video and recognize characters on number plate of the car .
👉Secondly , it will use the characters and fetch the owners information using RTO API’s .
👉Create a Web portal where all this information will be displayed (using HTML, CSS, and JS)
📌 Note : You may create your own detection model .
The code to find the car number plate i.e., at first read the image, then make it gray, then detecting…
Cybercrime, or computer crime, is a crime that involves a computer and a network. The computer may have been used in the commission of a crime, or it may be the target. Cybercrime may harm someone’s security and financial health.
Common forms of cybercrime include:
A Confusion matrix is the comparison summary of the predicted results and the actual results in any classification problem use case…
A database is an organized collection of data, generally stored and accessed electronically from a computer system. Where databases are more complex they are often developed using formal design and modeling techniques.
NoSQL can be defined as an approach to database designing, which holds a vast diversity of data such as key-value, multimedia, document, columnar, graph formats, external files, etc. NoSQL is purposefully developed for handling specific data models having flexible schemas to build modern applications. Some famous examples are MongoDB, Neo4J, HyperGraphDB, etc.