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  • Infrastructures Are As Unique As Finger Prints, We Should Manage Them That Way

    first_imgThe best IT managers can sense the difference between routine and complex tasks. Routine tasks help you practice your skills. These tasks require minimal effort and focus. Not because they are unimportant, but because they have been mastered. Complex tasks are situations that are, at first, unfamiliar. They require intense focus and planning. Complex tasks increase your skill as an IT manager.Dell EMC OpenManage system management solutions give IT managers the right tool for the right task. It’s what we call OpenManage FlexSelect. With OpenManage FlexSelect, you can apply the best-fit tool to each area of IT. You can also select your preferred level of effort, based on the IT challenge or the skill of your IT professionals.Systems management tailored to your needsWith OpenManage FlexSelect, you can select the best options for IT. You can choose automated deployment, remote management or enhanced monitoring, to name a few. You can also choose how to manage — through commands, guided menus or fully automated scripts. Finally, you can choose your scope. OpenManage FlexSelect provides solutions that scale from single servers to multi-vendor, global data centers.Manage modern IT with OpenManage FlexSelect Adding to the intuitive interface, OpenManage Enterprise will also include a new plugin dashboard, where users can easily install, update and disable plugins. The first plugin will be OpenManage Enterprise – Power Manager[1].Installing the OpenManage Enterprise – Power Manager plugin adds power management to the OpenManage Enterprise console. With this easy to install plugin, you can view and monitor server power and thermal status by server and group. You can also set group policies to throttle power in response to events (brown outs, rolling black outs, room cooling equipment failures). With OpenManage Enterprise – Power Manager, you can extend the up-time of business-critical applications through efficient power management.We are also announcing out-of-band management support[2] for the new Intel® Optane™ DC persistent memory and Intel Optane DC Solid State Disk. IDRAC9 gives you the ability to create a Server Configuration Profile that automates the configuration of BIOS, memory, storage and networking. This automation speeds deployment times and reduces human error. We are pleased to be able to support Intel Optane DC offerings through the iDRAC9.Managing while on the move is also a very important for IT staff. Dell EMC OpenManage Mobile with Augmented Reality Scanner helps increase efficiency when managing at the rack or from across the globe. Today, we are announcing the addition of augmented reality to OpenManage Mobile[3]. Using your mobile phone or tablet, you can view the status of your MX7000 modules through augmented reality. This adds a greater level of efficiency when identifying and remediating issues.Manage security risk with OpenManageThere is a level of security that everyone expects from IT. Dell EMC PowerEdge and OpenManage provide integrated security features in every server. However, every area of IT does not require the same level of security. That is why OpenManage solutions give you tools to apply the right security to the right IT. Today, we are announcing the following additions and enhancements.OpenManage Secure Enterprise Key Manager provides enterprise data security to protect sensitive data. Local key management provides data protection in the event of a drive theft. Enterprise key management provides protection in the event of a drive or server theft. Enterprise key management also streamlines management of encryption keys with a centralized key management console.Delivered as a solution, the OpenManage Secure Enterprise Key Manager supports the Key Management Interoperability Protocol (KMIP), which is an open, industry standard for enterprise encryption key management. Solutions that support the KMIP protocol enable flexibility and help prevent vendor lock-in.New features added to iDRAC9 include Cipher Suite Selection and HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS). With Cipher Suite Selection, you can limit the ciphers negotiated by iDRAC9. HSTS limits web browsers to interact using only the secure HTTPS protocol.Let us help you leave your fingerprints on IT With Dell EMC OpenManage FlexSelect, you can deliver solutions that are as unique as your IT infrastructure. With FlexSelect, you have all the tools you need to discover, deploy, configure, monitor, update, remediate and secure.Lean more about our full portfolio of OpenManage systems management solutions at dell.com/openmanage[1] Available July 2019[2] Full support (inventory, monitor, update and configure) for Intel Optane DC SSD available as of March 5, 2019. Inventory and monitor for Intel Optane DC persistent memory as of March 5, 2019, update and configure capabilities for memory mode available 2Q2019, update and configure for all modes available in 2H 2019.[3] Available for Android and iOS mobile devices. Available for download on April 22, 1019last_img read more

  • Tix Now On Sale to See George Takei & Lea Salonga in Allegiance

    first_img View Comments Allegiance Tickets are now available to see George Takei, Lea Salonga and Telly Leung in Allegiance on Broadway. The production will begin performances on October 6 at the Longacre Theatre, with opening night set for November 8.Directed by Stafford Arima and based on Takei’s childhood experience in a Japanese-American interment camp, Allegiance features music and lyrics by Jay Kuo and a book by Marc Acito. A story of family, love and patriotism set during World War II and beyond, the show follows veteran Sam Otsuka and his sister Kei as they find themselves torn between loyalty to their family and allegiance to their country.The cast will also include Katie Rose Clarke, Michael K. Lee, Christopheren Nomura and Greg Watanabe. Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on Feb. 14, 2016last_img read more

  • Bundesliga games likely to remain without fans until 2021

    first_imgBundesliga games will likely remain without fans until next year after German Chancellor Angela Merkel announced that a ban on large events will be extended to Dec. 31. Merkel met with her 16 state governors on Thursday to discuss how to proceed as coronavirus infections rise again in Germany. Promoted ContentWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?World’s Most Delicious FoodsBirds Enjoy Living In A Gallery Space Created For ThemCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WayThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read More7 Universities In The World With The Highest Market Value7 Black Hole Facts That Will Change Your View Of The Universe10 Body Features That Are Extremely Rare But Very RemarkableWhat Are The Most Delicious Foods Out There?The 10 Best Secondary Education Systems In The World7 Truly Incredible Facts About Black HolesSome Impressive And Almost Shocking Robots That Exist Read Also: No excuse for Lampard at Chelsea after spending spree Bavarian governor Markus Soder agreed with health minister Jens Spahn’s assertion that it would send the ”wrong signal” to allow fans go to games. Germany has reported 240,420 cases of the coronavirus, with 9,290 deaths attributed to COVID-19. But concern is growing as the number of daily new infections is rising. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Loading… Sport was not the main focus of the talks, but it is covered by the decision to extend the ban on events where hygiene and tracing can’t be ensured. That ban was initially set to run until Oct. 31 but was extended for another two months. The state governors’ chiefs of staff will form a working group to consider the possibility of spectators at events and report their findings by the end of October.last_img read more

  • Darren Bravo too good a player to be ‘washed up on the shore’ –  Holding

    first_imgDARREN Bravo was dropped from West Indies’ squad for the one-off Test against Afghanistan, but former fast bowler and current commentator Michael Holding believes the left-hand batsman is “too talented to be left out”.Holding’s endorsement comes after chief selector Roger Harper also backed Bravo to return to the side.“I would tell him to find something that works. If he has a technical problem – and I don’t know if that is the case – I would tell him to find someone and get it sorted,” Holding said on the Line & Length podcast last week.“If it’s just a matter of going through a bad rut and you don’t know exactly what the problem is, again find someone who is highly qualified and skilful enough to look at you and suggest something that may be going wrong and try and get it sorted.”Bravo still has a central contract, having been awarded an all-format deal in July.“Him being out of the team, I hope he will not take it personally and won’t be upset,” Holding added. “I just read that Jonny Bairstow was left out of the England team, and I also read that the chairman of the selectors and another selector actually went to visit him and sat down and talked to him. I hope that they will do the same thing for Darren Bravo. He is too skilful and talented a player to just be washed up on the shore. He is too talented to be left out.”Holding also advocated for West Indies going back to their traditional strength of fast bowling, and supporting upcoming pace bowlers by preparing pitches accordingly. He cited India’s example, and their recent stock of pace bowling riches, to emphasise his point.“I would hope that the pitches in the Caribbean will be prepared to encourage fast bowlers,” Holding said. “Because if you don’t have pitches that encourage fast bowlers, you’re going to struggle. Look at India. They have started [to] prepare different pitches over the last six-seven years, and they’ve started to produce a lot of fast bowlers. And they are now winning series away from home. That is what you need.“Look at the quickest pitches renowned in the Caribbean – Jamaica and Barbados. Where have most of the Caribbean fast bowlers come from? Jamaica and Barbados.In recent times, a few more have been coming out of Antigua. But Trinidad and Tobago have not produced a lot. Ian Bishop definitely would have been a great but for injury.Colin Croft was from Guyana. But those flat pitches that don’t encourage people to run in and work hard, will not produce fast bowlers. So one would hope that pitches that have good pace and bounce will be prepared in that manner so that we can encourage our youngsters to bowl fast.” (ESPN)last_img read more

  • Ken and Shari Carothers to present ‘Alaska: The Inside Passage’ at the Sumner County Historical and Genealogical Society meeting Monday

    first_imgKen and Shari CarothersSubmitted to Sumner Newscow — On Monday, May 19, Ken and Shari Carothers, South Haven, will present the program ““Alaska: The Inside Passage.” In their fascinating presentation, Ken and Shari will share beautiful photographs and insider information from their unique perspective of living and teaching in Alaska to the Sumner County Historical and Genealogical Society members and guests at the Wellington Senior Center, 308 South Washington, Wellington at 6:30 p.m. Contact Jane Moore at 620-447-3266 in case of inclement weather.Ken and Shari Carothers, retired teachers for the Wellington School District and Intervention Strategists in Alaska, will share unique photographs and information on the inside passage to Alaska.  Ken and Shari will take the group on a photographic tour of Ketchikan, Sitka, and Juneau, Alaska, along with glaciers, salmon fish hatcheries, and much more.“The inside passage was what started the whole thing,” said Shari Carothers, adding that their first trip to Alaska was so amazing that they decided to go back and teach there.“Everyone says Alaska is beautiful,” Shari Carothers said, “But the most amazing thing was that we couldn’t sleep because there was too much to see.”“Juneau is the only capitol in the US that doesn’t have a road leading to it, you can only fly in or go in by boat,” Shari Carothers said, adding that they will share photographs of Juneau and the Mendenhall Glacier, and bring along new artifacts to show as well.“Have you ever wondered how salmon know which river to go back to?” Ken Carothers added that they will take you on a tour of a fish hatchery, and explain how the salmon know where to return to when it’s time to lay their own eggs.“Alaskans are very creative,” said Shari Carothers, “a lot of Alaska you have to invent something because you have a problem that you have to solve.”last_img read more