This post by Craig Bernero has been retired. Check out this post by Joe Caradonna which provides an update on Dell EMC Unity Cloud Edition.All customers, large or small enterprises, firmly established or relatively new, are deploying storage and servers in new and innovative ways; far differently than a just few years ago. Today, most IT environments are highly virtualized and leverage the cloud for cost-optimized data placement. For Midrange customers, our new Dell EMC Cloud Edition software helps drive new flexibility with the cloud and virtualized infrastructures. With even more features for the cloud, and more options to deploy Dell EMC Unity as SDS (Software Defined Storage), converged systems, or as traditional hardware, Dell EMC Unity is the ideal platform for all VMware environments. And with this release, we deliver even more options to deploy efficient, simple and flexible storage.Dell EMC’s Unity platform is the number one Midrange storage platform in the market. We’re listening to you, and based on your feedback, we’ve added numerous new features. Recent innovation includes in-line compression and deduplication, MetroSync, and a wide range of security certifications help our customers deploy Dell EMC Unity over the widest range of workloads possible. Our customers also use Dell EMC Unity on purpose-built hardware, engineered converged infrastructure platforms and software defined storage.In this version, we’ve added a diverse set of cloud-related features that leverage the scale and ease of access of the cloud. Many customers look to merge the flexibility of a software defined storage with the scalability and flexibility of VMware Cloud, and we’re delighted to now provide those features. Dell EMC Unity platform users now have a virtual data center which expands outside the confines of traditional physical space, and VMware Cloud users now have access to the extensive host of Dell EMC Unity file services, data protection and storage management features. Every type of Dell EMC Unity deployment benefits from more options and more flexibility.Dell EMC Unity VSA Cloud EditionCustomers can deploy Dell EMC Unity either on traditional hardware or software with Unity VSA (virtual storage appliance), and the features are identical. The Dell EMC Unity VSA Cloud Edition provides a unified storage management environment with block, file and VVols support, as well as snapshot, replication and scheduling services. And the intuitive user interface, now based on HTML 5, is identical for every version as well, so all users are immediately at home and productive. And we provide full integration for VMware environments including VSI and ESI plugins, and VAAI support.At Home in the CloudThe Dell EMC Unity VSA Cloud Edition is deployed and certified on a standard VMware ESXi server. With VMware Cloud available on AWS (Amazon Web Services), the cloud-based version of Dell EMC Unity is deployed quickly, ideal for test and development, and as a cost-effective replication destination.Dell EMC Unity VSA Cloud Edition also brings its robust file services to the cloud. Providing more flexibility and portability, the VMware Hybrid Cloud Extension enables large-scale data migrations between cloud environments and the users’ on-premise Dell EMC Unity hardware and virtual environments.Dell EMC Unity customers seeking cloud deployments for their business now have a path without learning anything new – it couldn’t be easier. The same Dell EMC Unity operating environment and intuitive user interface are now available in all environments, in the cloud or as traditional hardware. For those adopting the cloud today, or those considering multi-cloud in the future, Dell EMC Unity is ready on your timetable, so you get to pick the timing and the product version that best meets your needs.The Road AheadAccording to IDC, the total spending on IT infrastructure for the cloud is $52.3B and growing at 10.9% annually. Whenever you’re ready to jump in, we’re ready too. With the new Dell EMC Unity VSA Cloud Edition, both first-time cloud users and more established multi-cloud IT shops will benefit from the feature-rich capabilities in Dell EMC Unity, now optimized and packaged for the cloud. Let us know what you think, we’re always interested in your constructive feedback.
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A Florida woman was arrested for sexual battery on a 6-year-old girl while she was babysitting her.Deputies say multiple incidents occurred at a Seminole, Florida, between August to September.Erica Michelle Charles, 19, was arrested and charged with three counts of sexual battery of a child less than 12 years old, one count of molestation and one count of prohibition of certain acts in connection with obscenity.Police say an investigation began Oct. 4 after the Florida Department of Children and Families received a report alleging sexual abuse involving the 6-year-old victim.The victim was in Charles’ care while all of the incidents occurred, according to police.Charles is accused of removing the girl’s clothes and directing her to perform a sex act on her as well as showing the 6-year-old pornographic videos on her cell phone.Charles admitted to the crimes and was taken to the Pinellas County Jail without incident.Detectives believe there are more victims is asking the public to come forward with any information regarding inappropriate contact Charles may have had with other children.“Anyone with information regarding other potential victims is asked to contact Detective Pione or Detective Geoghegan with the Crimes Against Children Unit at (727) 582-6200.”
Tags: Boy’s County Finals Teams from BB&O – Berks, Bucks & Oxon – Somerset, Staffordshire and Yorkshire will meet this week to decide the English Boys’ County Championship.The action will start tomorrow and unfold over the three-day competition at Northamptonshire County Golf Club.Somerset are seeking their first title; Staffordshire and BB&O will target their second after their previous wins in 2013 and 1999 respectively; and Yorkshire will aim for their seventh outright crown and their eighth overall, including a tied result in 2004.The championship will be played from Tuesday to Thursday, 29-31 August, and is a round robin competition, with three foursomes each morning and six singles in the afternoon.Tomorrow, Somerset will take on Yorkshire in match one, while Staffordshire play BB&O in match two. On Wednesday the match one winners play the match two losers; and the match two winners play the match one losers. On Thursday the round robin will be completed.Teams:BB&O Harrison Arnold, Castle RoyleFraser Bown, Maidenhead,Melan Dhaubhadel, Calcot ParkConor Gough, Stoke ParkThomas Lawton, East BerkshireTaylor Paul, Stoke ParkSebastian Tannum Donaldson, BuckinghamshireSomersetLouis Archer, SaltfordJake Bovington, Enmore ParkOllie Brimfield, Mendip SpringJosh Higgs, WellsHuxley Howell, SaltfordAdam Jolly, BathDylan Xanh, Mendip SpringStaffordshire James Bailey, BranstonThomas Beasley, The ChaseAlex Chapman, TrenthamHarry Fearn, LeekOllie Read, BranstonJack Smith, South StaffsJames Wilkes, StaffordshireYorkshireCharlie Daughtrey, RotherhamMichael Hay, Hunley HallGeorge Heath, Woodsome HallJack Leversidge, AbbeydaleCallum Macfie, LindrickBen Schmidt, RotherhamJames Swash, MiddlesbroughClick here for the championship webpageImage copyright Leaderboard PhotographyTeams set to challenge for boys’ county crownTeams from BB&O – Berks, Bucks & Oxon – Somerset, Staffordshire and Yorkshire will meet this week to decide the English Boys’ County Championship.The action will start tomorrow and unfold over the three-day competition at Northamptonshire County Golf Club.Somerset are seeking their first title; Staffordshire and BB&O will target their second after their previous wins in 2013 and 1999 respectively; and Yorkshire will aim for their seventh outright crown and their eighth overall, including a tied result in 2004.The championship will be played from Tuesday to Thursday, 29-31 August, and is a round robin competition, with three foursomes each morning and six singles in the afternoon.Tomorrow, Somerset will take on Yorkshire in match one, while Staffordshire play BB&O in match two. On Wednesday the match one winners play the match two losers; and the match two winners play the match one losers. On Thursday the round robin will be completed.Teams:BB&OHarrison Arnold, Castle RoyleFraser Bown, Maidenhead,Melan Dhaubhadel, Calcot ParkConor Gough, Stoke ParkThomas Lawton, East BerkshireTaylor Paul, Stoke ParkSebastian Tannum Donaldson, BuckinghamshireSomersetLouis Archer, SaltfordJake Bovington, Enmore ParkOllie Brimfield, Mendip SpringJosh Higgs, WellsHuxley Howell, SaltfordAdam Jolly, BathDylan Xanh, Mendip SpringStaffordshireJames Bailey, BranstonThomas Beasley, The ChaseAlex Chapman, TrenthamHarry Fearn, LeekEllis Muckley, Great BarrOllie Read, BranstonJack Smith, South StaffsJames Wilkes, StaffordshireYorkshireCharlie Daughtrey, RotherhamMichael Hay, Hunley HallGeorge Heath, Woodsome HallJack Leversidge, AbbeydaleCallum Macfie, LindrickBen Schmitt, RotherhamJames Swash, Middlesbrough 28 Aug 2017 Teams set to challenge for boys’ county crown
Girls struggle to score, boys play to draws at B.C. Soccer Provincial B Cup tournaments in Kelowna and Aldergrove
Next up for the Selects is Cariboo/North at 1 p.m.Closer to the west coast, in Aldergrove, the boys scored goals but all managed to finish the day with draws.The U15 boys scored a 2-2 tie against South Metro Burnaby Vipers.The Selects meet Wiliams Lake Storm Friday at 3 p.m.The U16 team tied 1-1 against Comox Valley while the U18 squad finished in a 2-2 draw against North Delta.The U16s face Quesnel Friday at 11 a.m. while the 18-Reps play Prince George at 3 p.m.The top teams in each of the four-team pools — girl’s and boy’s — meet Sunday for the gold medal.The second-place team in each division play for the bronze.The remaining four teams drop to the consolation round. It was a tale of two different results for Nelson Youth Soccer teams Thursday at the B.C. Soccer Provincial B Cup Tournaments.In Kelowna, all three girl’s teams — U13, U14 and U15 — had difficulty scoring during one-goal losses on Day one of the tournment.Both U13 and U14 squads lost 1-0 during very tightly-played first round games.The U13 Selects dropped a single-goal setback to Chilliwack. The Select play Williams Lake Friday at 3 p.m. needing a win to keep pace for the medal round.Meanwhile the U14 team also lost 1-0 to Sur-Del United of the Fraser Valley.The Reps face Northern rep Quesnel Friday, also at 3 p.m.The final team from Nelson in Kelowna, the U15 Selects were bounced 3-0 by CMFSC from the Lower Mainland.
Steve Mota scored two touchdowns for the Vikings, including an 80-yard run in the first half, and passed for another score to lead the Castlegar offence.The game was a seasaw affair with the lead exchanging hands throughout the contest.With Castlegar leading 21-15, Nelson marched down the field for the tying score.However, with time running out Bryan Lauzon kicked a single point giving the Vikings the win.In the early game, a short-staffed Dam Inn Mates team was no match for the surprisingly hungry Brewers.Action resumes Sunday at Mount Sentinel with Vikings facing Brewers at 11 a.m. and the top two teams in the league, Dam Inn and Hour Glass, taking to the field at 1 p.m. Watch out everyone, the Castlegar Vikings are making their late-season run.Pretty much counted out in most games this season, the one-time heavyweights in the West Kootenay Men’s Flag Football League score a late single-point to edge Nelson’s Hour Glass 22-21 in action Sunday at the Mount Sentinel Field.In other action, the Brewers upset previously unbeaten Dam Inn Mates 22-15.The two wins sends a message to Hour Glass and Mates, the top two teams in the league, the bottom feeders are coming.
On the eve of the crowning of the 2012-13 Kootenay International Junior Hockey League champion the league was saddened when the news that Grand Forks netminder Robbie Dunsmuir was killed in a house fire Friday in his Ontario home.The news was released by the Border Bruins on the KIJHL website.“All of us associated with the Border Bruins were terribly saddened to learn that Robbie Dunsmuir, who was the Bruins’ goalie for most of the 2012/13 season, was a victim of an early morning house fire at his home in Ontario on Friday, March 29, along with his parents and younger brother,” the story on the website said. The story went on to say that Dunsmuir was a talented goalie, but above all a kind and generous person and an outstanding young man.“His dedication to hard work and constant improvement of himself and all around him, along with his contagious optimism, made him a great positive leader,” the story continued.“Robbie was an exemplary member of the community, donating his time to minor hockey and volunteering for numerous outreach programs. Everyone who got to know him was touched by his honesty, gentle spirit and sense of humor.Dunsmir played part of the season with Grand Forks before returning to Ontario.He intended to play Junior A hockey in his home province next season and had plans to go to university and medical school.“He will be greatly missed,” the story on the Grand Forks website said.See http://thenelsondaily.com/news/border-bruin-goalie-dies-fire-ontario-home-23996#.UVrq1Rm8JE4
There will be no Spengler Cup gold medal in Geoff Kinrade’s stocking this year.The Nelson Minor Hockey grad saw his Team Canada teammates fall 6-5 to HC Genève-Servette Skaters in semi final round action at the Spengler Cup Monday in Davos, Switzerland.Former NHLer Matthew Lombardi did most of the damage, scoring twice while adding a pair of assists to lead HC Genève-Servette to the victory.HC Genève-Servette now faces CSKA Moscow in the final after the Russian squad edged host Davos 5-4.HC Genève-Servette held period leads of 2-0 and 4-2, increasing the margin to 6-3 in the third before Team Canada rallied for two late goals.Arnaud Jacquemet, Inti Pestoni, Daniel Vukovic and Denis Hollenstein also scored for HC Genève-Servette. Alexandre Giroux, Jacob Micflikier, Jacob Micflikier, former Trail Smokie defenceman Travis Roche and Jason Williams replied for Team Canada, which out shot the winners 55-24 — including a 24-8 margin in the third period.Allen York and Matthew Hackett, the latter of the Rochester Americans, played goal for Team Canada. Hackett was added to the Team Canada roster after Chris Mason was injured.Kinrade, the second consecutive season the Nelson native has played for Team Canada at the Spengler Cup, finished the game with an assist on the second period goal by Giroux.The Spengler Cup, originating in 1923, is an annual ice hockey tournament held in Davos, Switzerland and is considered the oldest invitational ice hockey tournament in the world.Team Canada consisted of players currently on European teams.Kinrade is a member of SC Bern of the of the Swiss Nationaliga and is a graduate of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League’s Nelson Leafs.Roche, from Grand Cache, Alta., played for the Smokies in 1997-98 season.Roche, 35, is a teammate of Kinrade at SC Bern.