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Posts with tag "mms"

Jan25

Mutant Monitoring Systems (MMS) Day 3 – Analyzing Mutant Data with Presto

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This is part 3 of a series of blog posts that provides a story arc for Scylla Training. On day one, we set up the Mutant Catalog used to gather basic metrics for each mutant such as name and contact information. On day two, we created the database keyspace for the Mutant Monitoring System with initial data. Now we can use our Monitoring System to analyze the mutants behavior. According to Government data, a heat reading greater than 20 means that a mutant is actively using their abilities with malicious intent.

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Jan18

Mutant Monitoring System (MMS) Day 2 – Building the Tracking System

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This is part 2 of a series of blog posts that provides a story arc for Scylla Training. Previously we learned that Mutants have emerged from the shadows and are wreaking havoc on the earth! Our mission is to help the Government keep the Mutants under control by building a Mutant Monitoring System (MMS). The MMS consists of a database that will contain a Mutant Catalog and Monitoring system. In the previous exercise, we created the Mutant Catalog that consisted of the name, address, and picture of each mutant. Now we will build the Monitoring system to track the mutants […]

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Nov30

Building a Mutant Monitoring System (MMS) Day 1

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This will be a series of blog posts that provide a story arc for Scylla Training. Backstory Mutants have emerged from the shadows and are wreaking havoc on the earth! Increased levels of mutant malicious behavior pose a threat to national security and the general public. Luckily, there are mutants who have teamed up with Government agencies to help protect people against the bad ones.

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