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Submitting development workloads to CP4D from local IntelliJ Ultimate IDE
Our developers use IntelliJ Ultimate as their IDE and would like to be able to submit development workloads from IntelliJ to CP4D to be able to utilize CP4D's hardware resources while still utilizing the features of a fully equipped IDE, e.g. remo...
To understand how CP4D objects works and related with other services,the object map helps users to start using CP4D well. In the past after some investigations I draw them as attached picture.Only in the analytics project, - Functiolalities are Da...
providing certificate in the platform to access self-managed GitLab w/o having to providing it by every user
customer has self-managed GitLab in place and needs self-signed certificates. Actually (V4.5) the certificate has to be proved every time a user creates a new token to Git. In earlier versions (V3.0.1) the certificate could be provided centrally. ...
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