Many organizations use Docker as the primary tool to unify their build and test environments across all machines, providing efficient mechanisms for deploying applications.
Let’s start with Jenkins. In order to build and deploy a Docker image through a Jenkins Pipeline, we need to install the Plugin Docker Pipeline plugin.
The Docker Pipeline plugin provides a
build() method for creating a new image, from a
Dockerfile in the repository, during a Pipeline run.
In your Stages section, in the Jenkinsfile, after testing the application, We can proceed to Build and Push the Docker Image:
Using a custom registry:
Both algorithms can be downloaded from GitHub, in the Datasets folder, there are files to test. At the end of the post is the Complete Paper (In Spanish).
Data mining consists of analyzing volumes of data from different tools or techniques that facilitate this process, such as, for example, the a priori algorithm, FP-Growth, aprioriTID, aprioriHybrid, Eclat, Top-k rules, etc. Today the applicability of data mining can be seen in many areas such as medicine, biology, or business enterprises.
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In my opinion, the DEBUGGERS, have come to save the programmers of hours and hours of work. Sometimes when we use IDEs, we struggle to install and configure them.
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In your VENV folder, you have to locate the file: Python.exe inside in venv/scripts/python.exe
Go to File -> Settings and locate the Project Interpreter. Then click on “+” and put the route of your Python.exe, we have to add this Python Interpreter that comes from VENV.
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