DevOps with AWS

DevOps with AWS

One of the distinct advantages of devOps philosophy as implemented using AWS is the ability to rapidly kick out a new service. The new template-match API is a good example. Knowing the algorithm, I was able to quickly pull something together from the p2t C++ library, an example input image attached. The algorithm determines whereContinue Reading DevOps with AWS

Removing Grids

Removing Grids

Plots are often overlaid with grids, which unfortunately look much like data series and/or points to a machine. Thankfully they have consistent properties between many different plot types, and thus a combination of heuristics and filters are readily applied in order to remove them. Below is an example of an output plot, after the applicationContinue Reading Removing Grids

Soft Launch Prep

Soft Launch Prep

I’ve put some notes together, summarizing the steps involved in taking the p2t backend to AWS. Overall a very intuitive and relatively straightforward process, with very few gotchas; I cover these in these notes (recording below), and in prior blogs. As we prepare for a soft launch/ beta test, and then the collision conference inContinue Reading Soft Launch Prep