Pedal to the Metal with VMware Tanzu

first_img Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration Time 1:52Loaded: 0%Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVERemaining Time -1:52 Playback Rate1ChaptersChaptersdescriptions off, selectedDescriptionssubtitles off, selectedSubtitlescaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedCaptionsen (Main), selectedAudio TrackFullscreenThis is a modal window.Caption Settings DialogBeginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsDefaultsDoneClose Modal DialogThis is a modal window. This modal can be closed by pressing the Escape key or activating the close button. How Dell EMC is Accelerating the Adoption of Tanzu with PowerProtect Data Manager DevOps these days is focused on four key imperatives: to build, run, manage and protect. And with our partner VMware’s announcement of Tanzu updates this week ahead of VMworld we are excited to be in lockstep with the progress we have made in this highly innovative space by bringing together end-to-end management and data protection for all Kubernetes workloads under a singular control plane.The run, build and manage journey for developers needs to also include protection of these ubiquitous workloads to guarantee reliability, efficiency and availability at a low cost. We say it repeatedly: the benefits that Dell EMC provides VMware infrastructures include the Enterprise-grade deduplication, compression and speed for all types of workloads. Modern applications platforms can now be managed as cloud native organizations to bring their DevOps teams faster software release cycles. Not only that, they can do more with test/development cycles without interrupting their developers’ ongoing progress.Essentially, VMware has introduced Kubernetes as its control plane — bringing the “Kubernetes experience” into the data center. This now bridges a community between the developers, the IT operators and the vAdmins. They can all begin to communicate on a level playing field as well as introduce protection policies via PowerProtect Data Manager across multiple technology stacks hosting these integrated workloads.These once disparate teams can now not only manage all their disperse applications comprised of containers and/or virtual machines (VMs); but in many cases can claim they are deploying the first and only Enterprise protection solution for VMs, applications and Kubernetes at once via central resources. In addition to accelerating the adoption of Tanzu, Dell EMC provides customers with the ease of worry-free migration for existing workloads to Kubernetes environments protected by their policies and self-service capabilities for DevOps teams. Faster testing, faster customer product to market is happening now.last_img read more

Power outage shuts down campus

first_imgThe entire Notre Dame campus lost power around 9 p.m. Thursday evening for “undetermined reasons,” according to University spokesman Dennis Brown. Wei Lin | The Observer “Power was restored across the campus at 10:33,” Brown said. “No injuries were reported. Power plant personnel are working to determine the cause.”Brown confirmed that people had been trapped in elevators during the outage, which lasted about an hour-and-a-half.Certain locations on campus, including residence halls, quickly regained power after the outage, reportedly through backup generators. Just before 10:30 p.m., some buildings on the north end of campus regained power, and at 10:33 p.m. the rest of campus recovered it as well.Firefighters and police flocked to the power plant on North Quad after the outage began.Brandon Russo, a sophomore employee at the Huddle, said he noticed unusual amounts of smoke coming from the plant as he evacuated the LaFortune Student Center.“The power plant looked like it was working overtime — there was a lot of steam,” he said.Russo said he saw the Hesburgh Library and buildings on North Quad buildings lose power.“The [Huddle] register went off, and then the fire alarm turned on,” he said. “We went outside and North Quad and the library had lights on, then went down.”Adam Hill, manager of operations for the Student Activities Office (SAO) facilities, said employees in LaFortune followed “standard protocol” during the incident.“We always look to ensure the safety of the students first, so we allowed students to be on the first floor hallway while the fire alarm was going off so they could stay out of the cold,” Hill said. “We wanted to make sure we were a safe haven for the students.”Hill said he maintained communication with other SAO and University representatives in order to prioritize student needs.“I was in contact with my supervisor [director of SAO facilities Brian Fremeau]. He was in contact with the University spokesman and his boss,” Hill said. “We were getting directions very quickly, and that’s how we were able to make the decision to let students back in. … We wanted to make sure we were a safe haven for students.”Diane Orlowski, library security monitor at the Hesburgh Library, said staff members asked students to evacuate.“We cleared the building because the elevators weren’t working,” she said. “Once the decision was made [to evacuate], it took maybe 10 minutes to clear it.”Senior Shelley Kim said she heard a “buzzing sound like a dog whistle” in the library, followed by a louder noise.“Out of nowhere, with a snap of your fingers, all the lights went out,” she said.Tags: Hesburgh Library, LaFortune Student Center, power outage, power plant, SAOlast_img read more

NPFL: Remo Stars Condemned to Relegation

first_imgWith four matches left to be played, Fatai Osho’s Remo Stars are aware that that a defeat in Sagamu will return them to the Nigeria National League after just a season in the elite division and they were unable to avoid that fate as they got demoted.Goals from Bernard Ovoke, Emeka Ogbugh and Esosa Igbinoba were all Stanley Eguma’s men needed to subdue the hosts who got their consolation strike through Oche Salefu.The journey back to the lower division started at the beginning of the season – which led to the sack of coach Nduka Ugbade. They boast of just seven wins out of 34 games, losing 19 and playing eight draws.Before existing the elite division, Remo Stars still has consolatory matches against Wikki Tourists, Enugu Rangers, Katsina United and Sunshine Stars in their remaining games of the season.Yesterday’s result on the other hand has helped Rivers United’s fight against relegation as they are now placed 14th on the log with 45 points from 34 games, as opposed to their hosts who lead from behind and have a miserly 29 points from the same number of games.In other matches played yesterday, Katsina United handed Wikki Tourists a 2-0 defeat at the Muhammadu Dikko Stadium.Chinedu Udechukwu scored a sixth minute penalty to give the Chanji Boys the lead while Destiny Ashadi was on hand to convert a pass from Stephen Adah as the hosts went into the break with a two-goal lead.Katsina United is 12th on the log with 46 points from 34 games while Wikki Tourists are placed 16th with two points less.Enyimba FC continued their resurgence as they handed ABS a 3-0 defeat at the U.J Eusene Stadium in Calabar to strengthen their bid for a continental spot.Stanley Dimgba put the People’s Elephant in front after he cushioned in a free-kick from Ikechukwu Ibenegbu just after the quarter hour mark.Eric Frimpong doubled the lead for Gbenga Ogunbote’s men with a header, off another Ibenegbu free kick, in the dying moments of the first half.After the restart, Ibrahim Mustapha made it three nil to the hosts after benefitting from a Stephen Chukwude assist.Enyimba is unshaken from the fourth position while ABS dropped to 17th on the log.In Gombe, Kano Pillars suffered a 1-0 defeat at the hands of relegation strugglers, Gombe United.Ibrahim Abdullahi’s long-range free kick in the 51st minute handed the Savannah Scorpions victory over Sai Masu Gida.Despite the win, Gombe United are still 19th in the log while their visitors dropped to the seventh position.Abia Warriors secured a 2-0 victory over Shooting Stars at the Umuahia Township Stadium. Ndifreke Effiong squeezed in the opener for Abdullahi Biffo’s men in the 13th minute.And three minutes before the break, Alaba Osawe turned Effiong’s cross into his net to gift the Warriors a 2-0 lead into half time.The score ended that way with the Oluyole Warriors’ bid to escape relegation handed a blow.The result sees Abia Warriors move two places to the tenth position as they now have 47 points from 34 games while Shooting Stars dropped a massive three places to 17th in the log after taking 43 points from the same number of games.A late goal from Buhari Jafar ensured Nasarawa United secured a victory over Lobi Stars in their Nigerian topflight encounter.Jafar benefitted from a goal mouth scramble to help the Solid Miner claim all maximum points.Nasarawa United are now sixth in the log while Lobi Stars dropped a place to 11th.Continental hopeful, Akwa United defeated Niger Tornadoes to strengthen their aim of finishing the season in the top three.Cyril Olisema grabbed the curtain raiser for Abdu Maikaba’s side – who are missing four of their key players on national duties – from the spot.While the second goal came through Gabriel Okechukwu just before half time. Edem Akakatang put the game beyond the visitors with his strike in the second half.Akwa United retain their third position and have closed the gap with second-placed MFM to two points, after the Lagos side suffered a 1-0 defeat at the hands of league leaders, Plateau United.Visitors, Tornadoes dropped one place to eight position in the log.At the Cathedral, Enugu Rangers secured a 1-0 win over Sunshine Stars whenChibuzor Madu converted from the spot to give the Flying Antelopes a lead in the 26th minute.Enugu Rangers moved two places to the 13th spot after garnering 46 points from 34 games while visiting Sunshine slipped four places to 15th in the log. And they have collected 45 points from the same number of games.RESULTSPlateau 1-0 MFMGombe 1-0 PillarsRemo 1-3 RiversEnyimba 3-0 ABSAkwa 3-0 TornadoesRangers 1-0 SunshineAbia Warriors 2-0 3SC Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram * Rivers United moves away from drop zone *Plateau Utd extends lead at the topDebutants Remo Stars became the first team to be relegated from the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) this season after losing 3-1 at home to Rivers United yesterday in Sagamu.Elsewhere, leaders Plateau United extended their lead at the top following a goal win over MFM of Lagos in a top-of-the table clash in Jos.last_img read more