The Modern Datacenter Architecture on Display at Dell EMC World

first_imgDell EMC World is right around the corner (May 8 thru 11). If you are anything like me, you know that not all conferences are the same. I’ve probably attended hundreds over my career – both industry and company specific. Some are good. Some are fantastic! I can’t remember looking forward to a conference as much as I am looking forward to this year’s Dell EMC World in Las Vegas. Why? A couple of reasons come to mind. For starters, all of Dell Technologies will be in one place, under one roof, at one conference. That’s exciting. The second reason is that I won’t have to hold back discussing the evolution of Dell EMC servers.We are expecting almost 13,000 people from more than 3,000 companies to attend this year. Meeting the admins, directors, and executives and talking about their business is the most rewarding part of the show for me. Over the years, the conversations around compute have changed a lot. In the past, we often spoke of server density and processor speed, but this year, I expect the chats to be around applications and consumption and how infrastructure can be optimized for specific workloads.What to See at the ConferenceThis year’s Dell EMC World will include immersive experiences and demos. Our Solutions Expo is always buzzing and so much fun. Sure, there is plenty of physical technology you can see and touch. But what is also inspiring is to see how people use it. I’ve seen race cars and hospital rooms in years past. Will the IoT cow from our TV commercials make an appearance this year? Who knows. But if you are going, make sure you swing by the Dell EMC PowerEdge server booth right in the middle of all the action. We’ll have plenty to show you.Listen, Learn, and TouchThis year’s event will have over 500 sessions and topics as well as hands-on labs. These are great opportunities to hear from some of the brightest minds across Dell Technologies. It’s your best chance to network with others and hear about the technology shaping their business. I realize that you can’t attend every session and you are likely mapping out an itinerary that covers technology you use and might use. With the data center transforming to a software-defined and workload centric model, make sure you have a couple of PowerEdge server sessions or hands-on labs on your list. We will have some really exciting things to share with you around automation and security. Here’s a list of sessions and hands-on labs.The Bedrock of The Modern Data Center: PowerEdge & Extreme Scale InfrastructureTop New Technologies Inside Dell EMC PowerEdge Servers That Will Change Your TCODell EMC PowerEdge Server Systems Management OverviewServer Management Simplicity Series: Deploying & Monitoring Dell EMC PowerEdge ServersIs Your Server Infrastructure Secure?Dell EMC Ready Nodes as a Foundation For SDSUtilizing Mobile Devices in The DatacenterThe Promise Of Rack-Scale Computing: Bringing Hyperscale Principles To Carriers & Service ProvidersPowerEdge FX2 (Hands-on Lab)Overview Of New iDRAC9 Features (Hands-on Lab)OpenManage Essentials & SupportAssist (Hands-on Lab)Redfish: The Next Generation Of Server Management AutomationInfrastructure Automation With PowerEdge Servers: Customer Case StudySee you in Vegas.last_img read more

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SMEAC Free Store offers used items

first_imgThe members of Saint Mary’s Environmental Action Coalition (SMEAC) strive to be positive role models on campus by promoting the well being of the environment and enacting change, Monica Aguirre, co-president of SMEAC, said. “A lot of the time, we are geared toward reaching out to the campus,” Aguirre said. The club hosts several programs and events at the College that are geared to draw awareness to environmental issues. One such program is the SMEAC Free Store, which is designed to allow students to reuse unwanted items instead of throwing them away. “We are helping the community, but we are trying to get the campus to help the community more,” said Katherine Kohler, the Free Store coordinator. The store is located in the basement of Le Mans Hall and offers a variety of items including furniture and decorative items such as vases and holiday décor. “Saint Mary’s needs to learn about recycling and reusing items because I think that sometimes in our population that idea is lost,” Aguirre said. “If you take something from the Free Store, the owner might see it and that should be OK. Just getting that mentality that it doesn’t have to be new.” The Free Store, which will now be open 24 hours, hosted its grand opening Sunday from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. “Instead of having to go out and buy bookshelves and other stuff, you can come here and get it for free, which will save money and save the environment,” said Ellen Huelsmann, vice president of SMEAC. The Free Store accepts almost all items that are in good condition, Kohler said. According to Aguirre, the club is planning other activities as well. A tie-dying event is currently in the works; students will be invited to bring an old shirt, tie-dye it and keep it. Another event SMEAC sponsors is Weigh Your Waste, an annual event that measures the amount of food students, faculty and staff dispose of during a single lunch period, will be held again this year. “That [Weigh Your Waste] has the potential to have the most impact because when you see that we we’ve wasted in one lunch period 150 pounds a day, which could be equivalent to over 500 pounds a day, this is fact,” Aguirre said. Other events include Race to Recycling, a competition in which two people sort through trashcans and determine what can and cannot be recycled. In addition, Aguirre said SMEAC is planning on making this year’s Earth Week bigger and better. The club meets weekly to plan activities and discuss how to get students involved. “It’s only an hour commitment, but what the campus gets back from everybody getting involved is a lot because we’re changing the ideas on campus,” Kohler said. “If you care about it, do something.”last_img read more

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Athletes of Special Olympics BiH won 14 Medals in Austria

first_imgAthletes of Special Olympics of BiH, arrived in Sarajevo after participation in the Winter Olympics in Austria where they won a total of 14 medals.Director Executive of Special Olympics of BiH Kada Delic-Selimovic said that among those 14 medals five are gold, three silver, and six bronze.“When we departed, we said that we are going modestly and now we are proudly back with 14 medals,” said Delic-Selimovic.She especially noted two gold medals of Edna Sunjic in slalom and giant slalom, gold medals of Edita Dikonja and Kristina Klacar in Nordic walking, as well as the gold medal of Andrija Rados in the discipline Super G.Sanela Corovic, Hiba Sultanovic, Radenko Savanovic and Sanela Corovic won silver medals – all in Nordic walking.Winners of bronze medals are Merima Osmanovic – 2 bronze medals in slalom and giant slalom, Spomenko Martinovic in slalom and Radenko Savanovic, Selmedina Berisaj and Hiba Sultanovic in Nordic walking.Delic-Selimovic praised the good organization of the event and expressed the hope that some of the next ones will be held in Sarajevo.(Source: klix.ba)last_img read more

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Job Vacancy: Bar manager wanted for Letterkenny area

first_imgOn behalf of our client, we are searching for a committed, proactive Bar Manager who would enjoy working in an exciting, fast-paced and busy environment.The Bar Manager will promote and grow the business, hire and train staff, and ensure that patrons are receiving excellent service.You will also be responsible for the management of inventory and resources, plan promotional events, ensure that quality and safety controls are followed, update supplier contracts, create schedules, and set business objectives. In order to succeed as a Bar Manager, you should be observant and have the ability to think critically and efficiently. You should be a skilled communicator with excellent problem solving, observation, and interpersonal skills.Job DetailsContract Type: Permanent Full Time Salary: NegotiableLocation: The successful candidate will be based in the general Letterkenny areaRoles and Responsibilities:* Manage the business aspects of the bar, such as, negotiating supplier contracts, taking inventory and reordering supplies, managing budgets, and setting goals.* Hiring and training staff to provide excellent service to patrons.* Creating effective schedules and quickly resolving issues to ensure that bar is well staffed during peak hours. * Setting and enforcing quality and safety controls.* Planning and taking part in promotional events.* Maintaining a fun, safe atmosphere for patrons.Essential Criteria: * Management experience is generally preferred.* Strong understanding of business management principles.* Excellent problem-solving, and customer service skills.* Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills.* Willingness to work during peak hours, including nights, weekends, and holidays.* Effectively delegate responsibilities and maximize resources.* Decisiveness.How to Apply:To apply for this position, please send a cover letter outlining how you meet the criteria, along with your CV via email to [email protected] by 5pm on Friday 29th November 2019.Job Vacancy: Bar manager wanted for Letterkenny area was last modified: November 20th, 2019 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:barjobletterkennyManagerVacancylast_img read more

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