Isilon is uniquely differentiated from traditional storage to enable organizations manage high volume of safety and security data with greater reliability and scalability. With traditional NAS solutions, the larger the data environment becomes, the more complex and time-consuming it is to manage the growing number of storage silos. And at some point, system performance begins to degrade. As shown below, Isilon OneFS is a single file system with single namespace and enables a single volume to be shared by all the camera streams—thus saving enormous amounts of time in initial set-up. Isilon enables organizations to build a scale-out data lake where they can store their safety and security data, lower management costs and eliminate islands or silos of storage.Figure 1: Management of Data (Traditional NAS vs. Isilon)Due to their inherently complex architecture, traditional storage systems are difficult to scale – from both a performance and capacity perspective. Another issue with a traditional system is that, as data volume grows and the system begins to fill, system performance typically begins to decline, making it harder to meet SLAs and line-of-business user requirements. Figure 2 shows it’s easy to expand capacity and performance with Isilon’s scale-out architecture – simply add additional Isilon nodes as needed to your existing cluster. This means that with Isilon, it is easy to maintain and improve SLAs as your data environment grows in scale and with additional workloads. Organizations can increase cluster capacity to PBs of storage by simply adding another node — with no downtime or disruption of their safety and security solution.Figure 2: Ability to Scale (Traditional NAS vs. Isilon)Traditional NAS storage environments are management intensive. Storage tiering can be done but it is typically a very manual process. Traditional NAS solutions also often require manual tracking and relocation of volumes to eliminate hot spots. Unlike traditional NAS which uses RAID for data protection, Isilon uses a much more efficient and highly resilient Reed-Solomon erasure code data protection that enables 80 percent or more storage utilization. This means with Isilon, you need less raw storage to support data storage requirements than you would need with traditional NAS. As shown in Figure 3, Isilon offers automated, policy-based storage tiering between All-Flash, Hybrid and Archive performance tiers so that you can optimize your storage resources. Features such as auto-balancing and auto-failover help IT admins / system administrators sleep better at night knowing their data is safeguarded.Figure 3: Data Availability and Reliability (Traditional NAS vs. Isilon)To learn more about how Dell Technologies can help modernize storage infrastructure to support your digital transformation goals, visit our website. Ranking by 3Q2019 vendor revenue. IDC WW Quarterly Enterprise Storage Systems Tracker, 2019 Q3 historical release, December 6, 2019. IDC WW Quarterly Enterprise Storage Systems Tracker, 2019 Q2, September 5, 2019 – Vendor Revenue Technology is disrupting the safety and security world. Increasingly higher pixel resolution, a growing number of cameras, and longer video retention requirements are examples of the challenges many organizations currently face.Dell Technologies provides the infrastructure that will enable organizations to meet the challenges of storing, managing and retaining data sets while reducing risk and cost of ownership. As the number one provider of enterprise storage, we bring years of experience and expertise to the safety and security market. And Dell EMC Isilon, the industry’s #1 family of scale-out network-attached storage systems, is purpose-built for demanding and data intensive safety and security workloads.This video shows how Isilon scale-out NAS enables organizations to effectively meet top challenges in safety and security: Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration Time 3:07Loaded: 0%Progress: 0%Stream TypeLIVERemaining Time -3:07 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.
The Windsor County Superior Court has held John Hennessey of Chester, Vermont, liable for $10,000 in civil penalties for operating a junkyard without a license and violating the state’s Solid Waste Management Rules and Hazardous Waste Management Regulations.The Vermont Attorney General’s Office requested penalties for these violations as part of an environmental enforcement action against Hennessey. The Court issued a judgment order following a hearing.“Salvage yard operators must comply with state laws governing salvage operations, including the state’s environmental rules for handling wastes and hazardous materials,” said Attorney General William H. Sorrell. “Those who do not, especially those who do not correct violations of these requirements promptly, will face penalties,” he added.The Court issued a prior order in the case holding Hennessey liable for the state’s costs to investigate the Chester property, permanently prohibiting the acceptance and storage of additional junk and wastes, and ordering the removal of remaining junk and solid waste unless he obtains all necessary approvals and certifications for his operations. The case stemmed from an investigation by the Agency of Natural Resources.Source: Vermont attorney general. 5.24.2010
When communities and organizations need the most help, The Coca-Cola Foundation is there, steadfast in its commitment to create a positive difference. During the third quarter, the Foundation awarded more than $1.6 million in grants to nonprofit organizations across the U.S. and Canada.In the last three months, the country has experienced unprecedented natural disasters including heatwaves, hurricanes and flooding. The damage from these has been devastating, especially for some parts of the Northeast U.S. The Coca-Cola Foundation is pleased to be able to assist affected communities in disaster relief efforts. In addition to providing beverages immediately following the devastation of Hurricane Irene, the Foundation also earmarked $50,000 to support disaster relief efforts. A $25,000 grant will benefit the American Red Cross to support relief efforts in upstate New York, while another $25,000 grant will support the United Way’s Vermont Disaster Relief Fund.ATLANTA–(BUSINESS WIRE)–
FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Christopher Coats for SNL:In early 2015, Murray Energy Corp. founder, CEO and President Robert Murray told a Miami audience that the Uinta Basin of Colorado and Utah had been “virtually destroyed” and that the “worst is yet to come” Murray now updates his assessment of the region, warning of a more rapid decline, potentially driving westbound Uinta coal production to zero by 2030.“If anything, it’s going down at a more accelerated rate than I even imagined,” Murray said, adding that he had predicted the downturn years ago.Murray operates two mines in the Uinta Basin, Lila Canyon and West Ridge, both in Utah. West Ridge reported no coal production in the first quarter 2016.“Uinta Basin coal going west and power from coal in Utah going west is going to be totally eliminated in time so that’s why I said five years ago that the Uinta Basin would be destroyed,” Murray said, adding that Colorado wasn’t doing much better. “I see a rapid decline in the Uinta Basin,” he added.According to data compiled by S&P Global Market Intelligence, Uinta Basin production tumbled by over 26% since 2010, with jobs dropping by over a third during the same period. Last year, production in Colorado alone fell to a 23-year low.Full article ($): Murray Energy CEO sees end of westbound Uinta coal by 2030 U.S. Coal Exec Sees Demise of Uinta Basin Production
Supreme Court sets oral arguments May 15, 2006 Regular News The Florida Supreme Court has set oral arguments in a number of cases. Oral arguments slated for June 5, beginning at 9 a.m.,include: • SCO6-l40 — In Re: Amendments to the Florida Rules of Juvenile Procedure. • SCO6-159 — In Re: Amendments to the Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure. Oral arguments scheduled for 9 a.m., June 7, include: • SCO5-1961 — In Re: Standard Jury Instructions in Criminal Cases (No. 2005-7). • SCO5- 1684 — In Re: Amendments to the Rules Regulating the Florida Bar Rules 3-5.2 and 3-7.2. • SCO5-1999 — In Re: Standard Jury Instructions in Civil Cases (No. 05-0 1) • SCO5-2194 — In Re: Amendments to the Rules Regulating the Florida Bar — Advertising Rules. Oral arguments scheduled for 9 a.m., June 8, include: • SCO5-l 150 — In Re: Amendment to the Rules Regulating the Florida Bar — Rule 4-1.5(f)(4)(B) of the Rules of Professional Conduct. For more information visit http://jweb.flcourts.org/pls/docket/ds_docket_search. Supreme Court sets oral arguments
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Sponsored Content. Brought to you by New York Auto GiantAs a brand, Volkswagon communicates safety.Drivers know that driving a VW is a smart, sturdy decision. With sophisticated German engineering and intuitive features, Volkwagon drivers are recognized as savvy shoppers.The 2014 Volkswagon Jetta kicks that identity up a notch, and then some.Named for the jet stream off the Atlantic Ocean “combined with the luxury and power of a modern jetliner,” the Jetta pushes the boundaries of being “cool” to entirely new levels. It’s sleek style, new turbocharged 1.8-liter direct-injection four-cylinder engine (that runs on regular fuel, saving you cash at the pump), and high-end design make it a solid choice for the distinctive driver.The Jetta is a compact four-door sedan. In 2014, it is offered in both traditional and now hybrid models. The Car Connection praises its new rear suspension:“Another change for 2014 with a great upside: There’s no longer a torsion-beam rear suspension in any Jetta, which means GLI-like handling can be had with the smaller-displacement turbo four, if you’re willing to work with shocks and tires.”Click here to learn more about NY Auto GiantWith precision steering, impressive torque and handling, and a revamped engine, the updates for this year are in tune with the VW consumer. Reviewers are quick to mention that the cost savings far outweigh the potential benefits of more luxurious details.Car and Driver raves about the 2014 Volkswagon Jetta’s quiet, gutsy engine and restored suspension.“Even with the modest 205/55-16 tires, the car can be hustled down a twisty back road,” it exhalts.Built to compete with the Dodge Dart and Hyundai Elentra, its roomy interior, powerful response and signature safety reputation make the Jetta not only a “betta” choice, but a mad-chill cool one as well.To get hands on a Jetta of your own, contact general manager Romain Perkins at Atlantic Volkswagon today.
According to the audited annual business report for 2017, the largest tourist company in Croatia, Valamar Riviera, generated total revenues in the amount of HRK 1,84 billion, which is 17% more than in 2016.Revenue growth is primarily related to overnight growth of 20% and an increase in the average price of 6,4%. There was a strong growth of operating profit (adjusted EBITDA) of 20% to the level of HRK 623 million with an increase in operational efficiency and the realization of an adjusted EBITDA margin of 35%. The market value of the Valamar Riviera share increased by 26% last year.The growth is the result of large investments in the portfolio in recent years, including the largest investment cycle of HRK 906 million realized for the 2017 season, growth in demand for higher value-added supply and services, growth in direct sales and successful business of Imperial dd, which Valamar and AZ fund took over in 2016, they point out from Valamar.In 2018, a new investment cycle of HRK 705 millionValamar continues to develop and in 2018 will invest HRK 705 million. This year’s key investments include the completion of the Valamar Girandella Resort, as part of which Valamar will open its first Kinderhotel 5 *, the renovation of the Valamar Argosy Hotel in Dubrovnik, the renovation of the Imperial Hotel on Rab and continued investment in camps in Istria and the island of Krk. within which more than 4 billion kuna has been invested in Croatian tourism so far.Valamar Riviera is the first company in Croatia to guarantee all employees a minimum net income of HRK 5.000 to 7.500. In 2018, a salary increase of 11,5% is focused mainly on key occupations in tourism, and this year alone Valamar is investing over HRK 20 million in increasing employee benefits. At the same time, in the 2018 season, Valamar continues to invest in raising the quality of accommodation for seasonal workers by opening a fourth hotel for employees at two new locations in Poreč, after opening Valamar Houses in Rabac and on the island of Krk in 2017. “Business results in 2017 are a continuation of the successful realization of the goals we set in the business strategy until 2020, which include the achievement of double-digit growth of results and values of the company in a sustainable and socially responsible way. Valamar continuously invests in raising the quality of products, in the development of destinations in which it operates and in the improvement of salaries and working conditions in tourism. Croatian tourism has a market opportunity to grow towards tourism of higher purchasing power, added value and quality jobs. We continue to invest in Valamar, this year we will create 600 new jobs and put a special focus on further improvements in income and employee development”, Pointed out Željko Kukurin, President of the Management Board of Valamar Riviera.New acquisition – Hotel Makarska In February 2018, the Center for Restructuring and Sales accepted Valamar’s offer to purchase 55,48% of the share capital Hoteli Makarska dd Valamar Riviera enters into the acquisition of Hotel Makarska dd in partnership with AZ mandatory pension funds with which in 2016 the acquisition of majority shares in Imperial dd on the island of Rab.According to the proposal of the Supervisory Board, the realized net profit in 2017 in the amount of HRK 232 million will be distributed to retained earnings, and the General Assembly is proposed to make a decision on dividend payment in the amount of HRK 0,90 per share, which is 12,5% more than in 2016 and is in line with the strategic goal of achieving an attractive and long-term sustainable dividend to shareholders, Valamar concludes.
Users of the e-Citizens system now have access to 66 electronic services that can be accessed at the web address http://e-gradjani.gov.hr. Also, through the e-Citizens system, it is possible to get access to ship register data, informative calculation of navigation safety fee and pollution protection, and informative calculation of sojourn tax paid by boat owners or users for themselves and for all persons who spend the night on that vessel (boaters). ). Photo: Pixabay.com Thus, from now on, through the “e-Nautics” service of the Ministry of the Sea, Transport and Infrastructure, online registration of the arrival of a foreign vessel or Croatian boat in Croatian territorial waters is possible, in order to pay and download an electronic confirmation of payment of navigation safety fee. The e-Citizens system, which currently has 817.575 users, has been richer by three more e-services since the beginning of this year. One of the novelties, at least as far as tourism is concerned, is a new service via “e-Nautica”.
FaithLifestyle Pope to wash young offenders’ feet by: – March 28, 2013 113 Views no discussions Tweet Share Share Share Sharing is caring! Pope Francis celebrated Mass in St Peter’s Basilica on Thursday morningPope Francis will wash the feet of prisoners in a youth detention centre near Rome on Maundy Thursday.Thousands of pilgrims and tourists are arriving in Rome to attend ceremonies during the holy week ahead of Easter.The washing of feet on the Thursday before Easter is a Christian tradition commemorating Christ’s Last Supper.In a homily, the Pope urged priests to engage more with parishioners, saying: “It is not in soul-searching… that we encounter the Lord.”Worshippers should “leave Mass looking as if they had heard good news”, he told hundreds of cardinals, priests and bishops in St Peter’s Basilica.Easter is the most important festival in the calendar of the Catholic Church. Pope Francis celebrates Mass in St Peter’s Basilica, 28 March On Easter Sunday morning, the new Pope will deliver his first “Urbi et Orbi” message to the city of Rome and to the world.During his inaugural general audience Wednesday, Francis called for an immediate political solution to the conflict in the Central African Republic after last weekend’s coup.VolunteersThe new leader of the world’s 1.2 billion Roman Catholics has brought a new sense of simplicity to the Vatican, reports the BBC’s David Willey in Rome.He has broken with tradition for the foot-washing ceremony, which is normally performed on lay people in one of Rome’s basilicas.This time the Pope will visit the Casal del Marmo detention centre on the outskirts of Rome. Pope Benedict XVI visited the centre in 2007, but not for the Holy Thursday Mass. Only for the first two years of his pontificate did he perform the feet-washing himself, after which the task was delegated to priests.During the service, the Pope washes and kisses the feet of 12 people to replicate the Bible’s account of Jesus Christ’s gesture of humility towards his 12 apostles on the night before he was crucified.Some of the young detainees volunteered to have their feet washed, while others were given an invitation to help them overcome their embarrassment, the Catholic News Agency quoted the prison chaplain as saying.On Good Friday evening the Pope will carry a wooden cross and pray at a ceremony at Rome’s ancient amphitheatre, the Colosseum, commemorating Jesus’ crucifixion. And on Saturday evening Pope Francis will celebrate the main Easter Vigil Mass in St Peter’s Basilica.BBC News