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Use these topics to find information about developing on and porting to Linux on Power.
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| HOWTO blogs from the experts
Learn about developing on IBM Power Systems from the experts
|Accelerate machine model training with Watson Machine Learning Accelerator and Snap ML
Explore this end-to-end, deep learning platform for data scientists.
|Train logistic regression and random forest models for credit default prediction using Snap Machine Learning
Learn how to training of logistic regression and random forest models.
|Porting x86 Linux applications to IBM POWER
This guide steps you through the entire porting process from planning to porting and optimizing your app.
|15 Porting and tuning tools for Linux on Power
In this article, the author describes 15 tools for porting and tuning for Linux on Power that he feels have the most value, and lack general awareness.
|Porting to Linux on Power: 5 tips that could turn a good port into a great port
This article describes potential differences between Linux on x86 and Linux on Power and approaches for fixing, improving, or working around them as you port your application to the Power platform.
|Migrating from OProfile to perf, and beyond
Map your favorite OProfile commands to their equivalent perf commands, then learn about perf’s superpowers!
|Classify images with Watson Machine Learning Accelerator
An end-to-end tour using a computer vision classification example with Watson Machine Learning Accelerator
|Connecting Python and Node.js applications to an Oracle database
A step-by-step guide for establishing connectivity to an Oracle Database using the cx_Oracle and node-oracledb modules
|Learn Linux: A roadmap for LPIC-1
Roadmap of LPIC-1 exam-preparation tutorials available on IBM Developer.
|Linux basics: Prerequisites to learning about containers
Learn or refresh your memory on Linux basic commands
|Learning Path: Kubernetes
From Kubernetes basics to advanced networking and workloads
|Deep Learning and PowerAI developer portal
Learn about developing deep learning and AI apps with PowerAI, Watson Machine Learning Accelerator (formerly PowerAI Enterprise), and PowerAI Vision.
|Cloud application developer certification preparation
This course provides a review of key concepts to help you prepare to pass the IBM Cloud Platform Application Development V2 exam. It is structured as a series of video lectures accompanied by demonstrations, hands-on labs, and quizzes. Completing this course will give you experience with IBM Bluemix and show you how to build applications for the cloud that are scalable, reliable, and secure.
|Creating a high availability setup for Linux on Power
This article describes high availability (HA), disaster recovery (DR), and fail-over for Linux on Power virtual machines (VMs) or logical partitions (LPARs). The solution described in this article works for all Linux distributions available for IBM® POWER8® and later processor-based servers.