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SSH Tunneling — The black magic for data science

by Dang Ha The Hien5mMay 25th, 2018
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Being a data scientist, many times in your life you would love to <strong><em>expose a local service to the world</em></strong>. That could be a Jupyter or RStudio service where you run your experiments or a Tensorboard service where you check the training process or a cool chatbot service that you have just built. If you have ever struggled to configure all the NAT, VPN, Firewall to get the remote access to your service, then you are not alone. It took me more than 2 years to get to know the <a href="https://vimeo.com/54505525" target="_blank">SSH black magic</a>. The magic that allows you to <em>connect to any service at your local server from anywhere, regardless of your network settings.</em>

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