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The PMT function found in spreadsheet programs can be used to calculate the monthly payment of a loan:

An interest-only payment on the current balance would be

The total interest, I T , paid on the loan is

The formulas for a regular savings program are similar but the payments are added to the balances instead of being subtracted and the formula for the payment is the negative of the one above. These formulas are only approximate since actual loan balances are affected by rounding. To avoid an underpayment at the end of the loan, the payment must be rounded up to the next cent.

Consider a similar loan but with a new period equal to k periods of the problem above. If r k and p k are the new rate and payment, we now have

Comparing this with the expression for B k above we note that

The last equation allows us to define a constant that is the same for both problems,

and B k can be written as

Solving for r k we find a formula for r k involving known quantities and B k , the balance after k periods,

Since B 0 could be any balance in the loan, the formula works for any two balances separate by k periods and can be used to compute a value for the annual interest rate.

B * is a scale invariant since it does not change with changes in the length of the period.

Rearranging the equation for B * one gets a transformation coefficient ( scale factor ),

and we see that r and p transform in the same manner,

The change in the balance transforms likewise,

which gives an insight into the meaning of some of the coefficients found in the formulas above. The annual rate, r 12 , assumes only one payment per year and is not an "effective" rate for monthly payments. With monthly payments the monthly interest is paid out of each payment and so should not be compounded and an annual rate of 12· r would make more sense. If one just made interest-only payments the amount paid for the year would be 12· r · B 0 .

Substituting p k = r k B * into the equation for the B k we get,

Since B n = 0 we can solve for B *,

Substituting back into the formula for the B k shows that they are a linear function of the r k and therefore the λ k ,

This is the easiest way of estimating the balances if the λ k are known. Substituting into the first formula for B k above and solving for λ k +1 we get,

New design patterns are forming as more and more people deliver software with containers. Red Hat engineering is leveraging and driving many of these patterns in the community. The goal of this section is to help highlight and define some of these patterns.

The way a container is saved on disk (i.e. its image format) can have a dramatic affect on how it is run. For example, a container which is designed to run sssd needs to have special privileges whenever it’s run, or it can’t do its job. The following is a short list of patterns that are forming in the container community:

These images are what end users consume. Use cases range from databases and web servers, to applications and services buses. These can be built in house or delivered to a customer from an ISV. Often end users will investigate and care about what bits were used to create a standalone image. Standalone images are the easiest kind of image to consume, but the hardest to design, build, and patch.

A base image is one of the simplest types of images, but you will find a lot of definitions. Sometimes users will refer to corporate standard build, or even an application image as the “base image.” Technically this is not a base image. These are Intermediate images.

Simply put, a base image is an image that has no parent layer. Typically, a base image contains a fresh copy of an operating system. Base images normally include the tools (yum, rpm, apt-get, dnf, microdnf ) necessary to install packages / make updates to the image over time. While base images can be “hand crafted”, in practice they are typically produced and published by open source projects (like Debian, Fedora or CentOS) and vendors (like Red Hat). The provenance of base images is critical for security. In short, the sole purpose of a base image is to provide a starting place for creating your derivative images. When using a dockerfile, the choice of which base image you are using is explicit:

These are a specialized form of container image which produce application container images as offspring. They include everything but a developer’s source code. Builder images include operating system libraries, language runtimes, middleware, and the source-to-image tooling.

When a builder image is run, it injects the developers source code and produces a ready-to-run offspring application container image. This newly created application container image can then be run in development or production.

For example, if a developer has PHP code and they want to run it in a container, they can use a PHP builder image to produce a ready to run application container image. The developer passes the GitHub URL where the code is stored and the builder image does the rest of the work for them. The output of a Builder container is an Application container image which includes Red Hat Enterprise Linux, PHP from Software Collections, and the developer’s code, all together, ready to run.

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The optional Mappings section matches a key to a corresponding set of named values. For example, if you want to set values based on a region, you can create a mapping that uses the region name as a key and contains the values you want to specify for each specific region. You use the Fn::FindInMap intrinsic function to retrieve values in a map.

You cannot include parameters, pseudo parameters, or intrinsic functions in the Mappings section.

Syntax

The Mappings section consists of the key name Mappings . The keys in mappings must be literal strings. The values can be String or List types. The following example shows a Mappings section containing a single mapping named Mapping01 (the logical name).

Within a mapping, each map is a key followed by another mapping. The key identifies a map of name-value pairs and must be unique within the mapping. The name can contain only alphanumeric characters (A-Za-z0-9).

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The following example shows a Mappings section with a map RegionMap , which contains five keys that map to name-value pairs containing single string values. The keys are region names. Each name-value pair is the AMI ID for the 32-bit AMI in the region represented by the key.

The name-value pairs have a name (32 in the example) and a value. By naming the values, you can map more than one set of values to a key.

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The following example has region keys that are mapped to two sets of values: one named 32 and the other 64.

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function to return a named value based on a specified key. The following example template contains an Amazon EC2 resource whose ImageId property is assigned by the FindInMap function. The FindInMap function specifies key as the region where the stack is created (using the AWS::Region pseudo parameter ) and 32 as the name of the value to map to.

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You can use an input parameter with the Fn::FindInMap function to refer to a specific value in a map. For example, suppose you have a list of regions and environment types that map to a specific AMI ID. You can select the AMI ID that your stack uses by using an input parameter ( EnvironmentType ). To determine the region, use the AWS::Region pseudo parameter, which gets the AWS region in which you create the stack.

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1 An act of slaughtering an animal or person or surrendering a possession as an offering to a deity.

mass noun
ritual slaughter , hecatomb, immolation, offering, oblation
offering , votive offering, gift, oblation, victim, burnt offering

2 Christian Church Christ's offering of himself in the Crucifixion.

3 An act of giving up something valued for the sake of something else regarded as more important or worthy.

giving up , abandonment, surrender, foregoing, renouncing, renunciation, renouncement, forfeiture, loss, relinquishment, resignation, abdication, signing away, yielding, ceding, waiving
renunciation , relinquishment, loss, self-sacrifice

1 Offer or kill as a religious sacrifice.

offer up , immolate, slaughter

2 Give up (something valued) for the sake of other considerations.

give up , abandon, surrender, forgo, renounce, forfeit, relinquish, resign, abdicate, sign away, yield, cede, waive

Origin

Middle English: from Old French, from Latin sacrificium; related to sacrificus ‘sacrificial’, from sacer ‘holy’.

Pronunciation

sacrifice

/ˈsakrɪfʌɪs/

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