Dell Technologies Data Protection will be at KubeCon’19!

first_imgMaking a debut appearance at KubeCon in San Diego, Dell Technologies continues its’ momentum from VMworld, engaging the Cloud Native community with groundbreaking Data Protection for Kubernetes. At VMWorld San Francisco, Dell Technologies unveiled a preview into the capabilities of backup, recovery and orchestration of Kubernetes managed containers with Dell Technologies PowerProtect Software and Project Velero (@projectvelero), an open source project backed by VMware.The Dell Technologies team will be demonstrating how Dell Technologies PowerProtect Software accelerates DevOps deployment of applications into a mission-critical production environment via efficient and automated protection of containers running on cloud native stacks. PowerProtect Software has developed these new capabilities leveraging a native architecture developed for Kubernetes. Through this delivery model, data protection capabilities can be delivered with “ease of” in mind for today’s DevOps centric workflow. PowerProtect Software also offers the insight, automation, multi-cloud options including advanced VMware integration, which is required for protection across your traditional and cloud native IT operations.Dell Technologies will also be detailing its cloud native capabilities and strategies to the Cloud Native community through podcasts! So even if you will not be heading to KubeCon personally, you can join us remotely via New Stack.io for a Day of Podcasting on Wednesday, November 20th, starting at 11:00am PST. Don’t miss Dell Technologies subject matter experts in the Cloud Native/DevOps space, along with our executives and special guests speak about our community and open source contributions into the cloud native ecosystem. Podcasts will cover everything from cloud, HCI and storage illustrate how Dell Technologies is transforming the deployment of Kubernetes workloads to mission critical levels by making data both secure and available.So, if you are heading to San Diego next week, stop by and join us in booth P30 to learn how we’re working to enable enterprises with the tools to apply critical protection policies to newly deployed DevOps workloads and cloud native stacks for mission-critical containerized and virtualized applications.See you there!Additional ResourcesCome check out Dell Technologies Booth P30See PowerProtect SoftwareSee Tech Preview for Data Protection for KubernetesSee Kubernetes WebinarSee https://thenewstack.io/Day of Podcasting ScheduleWednesday, November 20th 11:00am – 11:45am: Dell Technologies Cloud & VMware12:15pm – 1:00pm: Cloud Native Data Protection1:30pm – 2:15pm: Project Velero Update2:45pm – 3:30pm: Storage and Kubernetes Infrastructure4:00pm – 4:45pm: Dell Technologies Hyper Converged Infrastructure & Kuberneteslast_img read more

Chautauqua County Officials Report Eighth COVID-19 Related Death

first_imgShare:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) WNY News Now / MGN Stock Image.MAYVILLE — Chautauqua County officials reported the eighth COVID-19 related death Wednesday.“We have received notification that a resident of Chautauqua County has died from ongoing complications of COVID-19 in an out of state facility,” said Christine Schuyler, Director of the Chautauqua County Department of Health and Human Services. “Because this elderly gentleman had been discharged to a lower level of care facility, his case was listed as recovered. We are greatly saddened to hear of his passing and our condolences go out to his loved ones. This is a stark reminder that while some may have no symptoms or minimal illness, others can become gravely ill and can succumb to its complications. Please be mindful of this as we continue to learn how to live during this pandemic. Wash your hands, cover your face, and respect 6 feet of space.”There are now 45 active cases, who officials say continue to recover under orders of the Local Health Official per NYS Public Health Law. Additionally, officials report new three new cases, including a person under the age of 18, a female in her 20s, and a male in his 40s.There are 680 cases under quarantine/isolation orders by the Public Health Director and being monitored. Not all of those being monitored are confirmed to have COVID-19 but have either shown symptoms, are awaiting results, or have risk factors; Two people are now hospitalized in Chautauqua County, as of Monday.To date:138 recovered cases;8 deaths;191 total confirmed cases; and18,515 negative test results.last_img read more

Melons + cotton

first_imgCantaloupes and cotton might seem like an odd couple but they’re actually proving to be a perfect pair.Planting the two together is proving to reduce planting time and costs while generating the same, if not more, profit for some Georgia farmers. Tift County Extension Coordinator Brian Tankersley has been studying the planting method, called intercropping, since 2010 and has seen positive results in some of his farmers’ fields. He has also found that management and yields from intercropping canteloupes and watermelons with cotton are comparable to planting the melons alone.William Dillard, who farms in Excelsior, approached Tankersley about planting cantaloupe and cotton in the same field after seeing the process in another farmer’s field. Prep once, harvest twice“You prep your land one time for the melons. All you’re doing is going in and seeding so you don’t have as much cost as far as re-prepping your land,” Dillard said. Intercropping also saves valuable time during the growing season. “Once you get through with the melons, it’s very hard to get a second crop and get it to where you can get it to grow before frost. This way you’re able to get it planted in a timely manner,” he said.One of Dillard’s intercropped fields produced 1,200 pounds of cotton without affecting the cantaloupe yields and the other produced 800 pounds of cotton without affecting the melon yield. “The difference was he ran out of water in the cotton crop on that second field,” Tankersley said.In 2011, five growers participated in an evaluation study led by Tankersley. The study consisted of 12 fields, totaling 385 acres. The farmers intercropped 1,000 acres, but only collected data on 385. The 385 acres yielded between 840 to 1,579 pounds an acre with an average of 1,216 pounds, or about two and half bales of cotton per acre. Georgia farmers produce an average of about 90 to 950 pounds an acre when cotton is grown alone.Fertilizer goes fartherIntercropping allows farmers to make better use of what could be limited resources, Tankersley said. Cotton fertilizer costs are reduced because the crop shares the same fertile soil used earlier in the season by cantaloupes or watermelons. The young cotton plants and the melon crop also share the same irrigation systems, so the cost of having to irrigate a second field is eliminated. Also, because the land is already tilled for the melon crop, land preparation costs for the cotton are eliminated.Though intercropping has proven to be beneficial, it is not recommended for every farmer. For those who have limited water supplies, too little irrigation on the intercropped field will have adverse effects. Also, intercropping won’t work on the late cucurbit crops that some farmers plant with plans to harvest watermelons in late July. That’s too long to hold back cotton crops, Tankersley said. Look at market first before intercroppingFarmers should also consider the market. Grain sorghum is sometimes planted after cantaloupes so farmers must determine how the grain and cotton prices compare. Heavy weed pressure is another concern. According to the study, in 2012, 75 percent of fields had some weed pulling following the harvest of cucurbit crops.“It’s hard to fight those weeds for that long of a period of time,” Tankersley said.He cautions farmers not to do anything that would potentially harm their cantaloupes and watermelons, especially considering the expense that goes into growing both.“The primary crop is the cantaloupes and watermelons,” Tankersley said. “This is where they have to spend so much money. You don’t want to jeopardize your primary crop trying to grow the secondary crop.” Many farmers spend about $2,000 an acre to plant the melons and take them all the way to harvest. Try it small-scale firstTankersley recommends farmers who are interested in intercropping move forward cautiously and try it on a limited number of acres first. “I tell people, don’t grow watermelons and cantaloupes just to plant cotton in it,” he said. “Don’t do that because you can lose a lot of money, and we’ve got enough watermelons and cantaloupes being grown. We don’t want to flood the market with melons.”last_img read more

Vermont’s Fuse included in Inc. magazine’s top 5000 fastest growing private companies

first_imgFuse LLC,Fuse, a marketing firm based in Burlington, has been named to the Inc. 5000 by Inc. Magazine as one of the fastest-growing private companies in the nation (www.inc.com/inc5000/profile/fuse(link is external)). There are more than 27 million businesses registered in the US.‘It is an honor to receive this recognition from such a well-regarded magazine like Inc.,’ said Bill Carter, Partner, Fuse. ‘This acknowledgement is especially exciting for Fuse considering we are a fifteen year old company and still growing. We have a great team working together at Fuse ‘ probably the strongest we have ever had – and I am so thankful for our employees for their hard work.’With the Inc. 5000 achievement, Fuse now belongs to an elite list of companies that includes Microsoft, Visa, Timberland, Jamba Juice and Zappos.com. Many of the nation’s most successful companies were first recognized nationally through their inclusion on past Inc. 5000 lists.To establish the Inc. 5000 list, Inc. Magazine analyzes companies’ revenue growth over the past four years. Additionally, to be considered for the list, companies must be U.S. based, privately held, for profit and independent.Source: Fuse. 9.8.2010About FuseFuse is a youth culture marketing agency founded in 1995. The agency connects brands with teens and young adults through sports, music, fashion, video gaming and other relevant cultural interests. Fuse’s services include brand strategy, public relations, event marketing, design and digital services. The Fuse staff, led by Partners Brett Smith, Bill Carter and Issa Sawabini, is comprised of marketing professionals and cultural experts who have worked for some of the most prominent brands and agencies in the country. For more information, visit www.fusemarketing.com(link is external).About Inc. MagazineFounded in 1979 and acquired in 2005 by Mansueto Ventures LLC, Inc. is the only major business magazine dedicated exclusively to owners and managers of growing private companies that delivers real solutions for today’s innovative company builders. With a total paid circulation of 712,647, Inc. magazine provides hands-on tools and market-tested strategies for managing people, finances, sales, marketing and technology. Visit Inc. online at www.inc.com(link is external).last_img read more

The Messi-Maradona Comparison “Is Absurd,” According To Johan Cruyff

first_imgBy Dialogo March 30, 2010 Big Cruyff: With you we cannot compare,,, neither pele, di stefano, beckenbauer ,etc.. The recently designated honorary president of the Barcelona soccer team, Dutchman Johan Cruyff, said Monday in his weekly column in the daily El Periódico that the position is “an honor” and affirmed that the comparison between Lionel Messi and Diego Maradona is “absurd.” The former player and former coach of the Catalan team said that “it’s a source of pride and a great satisfaction to be an honorary president of the Barça,” and after emphasizing that “it’s an honorary position,” warned “that no one should expect to see me intervening in signing this or that player.” Upon referring to other honorary presidents, Cruyff said that “to be together with (Alfredo) Di Stéfano, (Bobby) Charlton, and (Frank) Beckenbauer is to be in the company of very few people, but of very high quality.” Cruyff also referred to the “absurd” comparison between the Argentines Lionel Messi and Diego Maradona. “If the comparison Messi-Cristiano Ronaldo already seems wrong to me — while they’re both very good, they’re two entirely different soccer players — the Messi-Maradona comparison is absurd,” the Dutchman emphasized. “Beyond the fact that comparisons are always odious, how are we going to say for sure that one is better or worse? They’re not even from the same epoch or the same soccer,” he affirmed. “One has already concluded his career. The other, by his age, has a long time still to play. Maradona amazed many people, and it was a pleasure to watch him play. Now, with Messi, everyone, without exception, feels proud to have him in soccer,” he added. “Maradona was a phenomenon and did incredible things. Messi is the same now. Enjoy him and leave him in peace, because comparisons only cause division,” Cruyff said. In addition, he advised, “people should enjoy him, and even more importantly, kids should imitate him or try to copy him. They’ll pick up one or another good move,” he concluded.last_img read more

McWatters: Credit unions have until next April 1 to comply with prepaids rule

first_img continue reading » NCUA Acting Chairman J. Mark McWatters told federally-insured credit unions in a letter this week that compliance with the CFPB’s prepaid accounts rule will begin on April 1, 2018, in light of the bureau’s recent delay of the rule’s effective compliance date.McWatters, in NCUA Letter to Credit Unions 17-CU-03, said institutions that issue prepaid financial products covered under the rule must still submit prepaid account agreements to the CFPB beginning Oct. 1, 2018.The CFPB last week finalized its proposed six-month delay for its prepaid rule.The prepaid rule creates a host of new requirements for prepaid accounts under Regulations E and Z. The rule was finalized in October 2016, originally leaving credit unions only a year to prepare. NAFCU had urged the bureau to both rescind the rule and reevaluate its economic impact on small financial institutions; or to delay the rule 18 months instead of six. 15SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img read more

Polls are closed in Georgia, which faces competitive House and Senate races.

first_img– Advertisement – Representative Lucy McBath, the Democratic gun control and racial justice activist, is favored to win re-election in the Sixth Congressional District against Karen Handel, whom she narrowly beat in 2018. And in the Seventh Congressional District, which was once solidly red, Carolyn Bourdeaux, a Democrat, faces Rich McCormick, a physician and former Marine helicopter pilot, for a seat held by Representative Rob Woodall, a Republican who is retiring. Polls closed at 7 p.m. in Georgia, where there are two competitive House races in the Atlanta suburbs and two competitive Senate races — a sign of the increasingly competitive nature of a once-solidly red state that is now up for grabs.Recent polls show Joseph R. Biden Jr. with a slight edge in the state against President Trump. Two well-funded Democratic candidates, Jon Ossoff and the Rev. Dr. Raphael Warnock, are running competitive races for both of the state’s Senate seats.- Advertisement –last_img read more

Perfect family home has positive vibes as you enter front door

first_img11 Nisbet St, Westlake.Mr Jansen said the home would best suit a family, especially with teenage children.“There’s two great lounges at opposite ends of the home,” he said.“I put in Foxtel and, when my children couldn’t agree on what to watch, I would find them on opposite ends of the home.” 11 Nisbet St, Westlake.The four-bedroom, two-bedroom home at 11 Nisbet St has been the perfect family home for Mr Jansen, however his two children have now left.“Literally, when I walked through the door of this house, I loved it. There was just a great karma about it,” he said.“You could tell the family before were a really happy family. I just loved the energy this home had.”He said there was just “something” about the home that he loved. 11 Nisbet St, Westlake.Steven Jansen has lived at his Westlake home for the past 10 years and says it will be a sad day when he closes the door behind him.Mr Jansen said his daughter was teaching in Innisvale and he was set to move closer to her.“She’s finished her teaching degree and I figured it’s the last sort of years to spend with her,” Mr Jansen said. 11 Nisbet St, Westlake.More from newsDigital inspection tool proves a property boon for REA website3 Apr 2020The Camira homestead where kids roamed free28 May 2019The property, on a 507sq m block, features a stunning private courtyard central to the home.Mr Jansen said there was a very large fish pond which he put in.“The main bedroom has a double open door that looks onto the private courtyard,” he said. There is a covered outdoor entertainment area for hosting family and friends. 11 Nisbet St, Westlake.Renovations to the home include two decks, which were originally concrete slabs.Mr Jansen described the Westlake area as the “quietest suburb in the whole of Australia”.“You do not hear a sound at night,” he said.last_img read more

Billionaire Fredriksen steps down as Seadrill Chairman

first_imgBillionaire investor John Fredriksen has stepped down as Chairman of offshore drilling contractor Seadrill. He will be replaced by Glen Ole Rødland, who is currently chairman of offshore flotel provider Prosafe, as well as of Aqualis Braemar.Embed from Getty ImagesJohn Fredriksen, who is currently at #129 place on Forbes billionaires list with the current net worth of $11.4B, said: “I have been actively involved with Seadrill during the 14 years since its inception. While I have now decided to spend less time on board seats, my close involvement and strong support of Seadrill will remain unchanged. I will continue to push for business optimization, strategic initiatives such as the recent joint ventures with Sonangol and GDI, and consolidation in the sector.”Anton Dibowitz, Seadrill CEO, commented: “John handing over the Chairmanship to Glen, is for us very much business as usual. [John Fredriksen’s investment company] Hemen remains our anchor shareholder. I will continue to have a close dialogue with John and benefit from his input and perspectives. On a personal level, I would like to extend my thanks and gratitude to John for his leadership of the board to date. I would like to welcome Glen and I look forward to working together.”Apart from the Chairman change, Seadrill has also made a change to its Board. Harald Thorstein will step down as non-executive director of Seadrill effective from November 21, 2019.Gunnar Winther Eliassen will be appointed to the Seadrill Board as non-executive director effective November 21, 2019.Gunnar is employed by the Seatankers Group, an affiliate of the Company’s largest shareholder, Hemen Holding Limited. Prior to joining Seatankers, Gunnar was a partner at Pareto Securities Inc in New York and Oslo.Offshore Energy Today StaffSpotted a typo? Have something more to add to the story? Maybe a nice photo? Contact our editorial team via email.Also, if you’re interested in showcasing your company, product, or technology on Offshore Energy Today, please contact us via our advertising form, where you can also see our media kit.last_img read more

Gottschalk scores second straight at Salina

first_imgBy Larry Lowrey Jr.SALINA, Kan. (July 18) – Starting from outside the fifth row, winning the M & H Motors IMCA Northern SportMod main event Friday at Salina Speedway was the furthest thing from Daniel Gottschalk’s mind.A strong finish would have made him happy but sometimes being ‘just’ happy isn’t good enough. After posting the win one week ago, Gottschalk carried some momentum heading into the feature.Kamren Gruber posted the early lead during the main event but as usual the pack of cars that started in the middle half of the field were marching to the front. Gottschalk was on fire as he blew past the competition. One by one he worked his way into position for the top spot. Gottschalk took over the top spot and kept his hot streak alive picking up his second straight win and third of the season.In the Belleville Motorsports IMCA Modified division, a former champion has caught fire at the right time. It was just one week ago that Corey Lagroon found victory lane at Salina. Hovering around the top five in points, it wasn’t a bad time to get his first win. This week it wasn’t a bad time to pick up his second straight win.Lagroon didn’t take long to get to the front after starting in the third row. Mike Petersilie drove to a second place finish and in doing so took over the lead in the tight point battle. The night shaped up to be another strong battle in the Budweiser IMCA Hobby Stock ranks.Following a mid-race restart it didn’t take long for John Fose to take the lead and his second local win of the season.last_img read more