IntelliDockers are Self-Contained Content Analytics Engines for Secure Data Processing. Deploy IntelliDockers on your own infrastructure and extract valuable information from content in a secure and highly scalable way. The engine's processing technology is based on Deep Learning and Neural Networks AI.
Supported languages: English, German, Romanian, Italian, Polish, Hungarian, Arabic, Russian, Persian.
(Input) Language: If Demo is set to True then you don't need to specify the language of the Text to be processed. It is determined automatically by the Language Detector IntelliDocker running in the cloud. Otherwise, you need to specify the language as a ISO 3 Letters code. For example, "ron" for Romanian or "eng" for English.
(Input) Text: Text to be processed.
(Options) Demo: True or False; If set to True then the Demo (in the cloud) version of the IntelliDockers will be used with a limit of 100 calls / month. Otherwise, you need to run your own IntelliDocker on-premises and set the URI and Port options before being able to use this Custom Activity.
(Options) URI: If Demo is set to False then you need to specify the URI where your IntelliDocker is running.
(Options) Port: If Demo is set to False then you need to specify the port where your IntelliDocker is listening. By default IntelliDockers are listening on port 8989.
(Output) JsonResult: This is the result string as JSON.
Obtaining a Production License:
To run IntelliDockers Docker container in production mode, please follow these steps:
Obtain the Docker engine. IntelliDockers are publicly available on hub.docker.com. After receiving the license as part of the docker-compose.yml file, you need to put your license file into a folder.
Run your IntelliDocker. Open your preferred command prompt on your computer and run >docker-compose up. Your IntelliDocker will get started and it will give you your localhost URL where you cand access its UI interface.
First time you start your IntelliDocker, it will need to access the Internet just once to get the docker image from hub.docker.com. Afterwards the Internet connection is not needed anymore. None of your data leaves your isolated environment.