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OpenManage Mobile Brings the Awesome Power of Augmented Reality to PowerEdge MX

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first_imgThe IT Manager challenge­­You are an IT Manager. Perhaps, you manage hundreds of servers and dozens of modular infrastructure systems. You want to deploy infrastructure devices the moment you receive them, keep firmware and drivers updated, monitor them regularly for uptime and efficiency, and retire them securely.Sounds difficult? Not if you have the right tools!Dell EMC steps inFortunately, the Dell EMC OpenManage portfolio provides you with all the tools you need to do this efficiently and securely. Whether you prefer to manage your infrastructure devices 1:1, through a console, or simply through your current tools (VMware, Microsoft or Ansible consoles), Dell EMC offers you multiple options that make it simple to manage your IT infrastructure through their entire lifecycle.But how do I manage my IT if I am always on the road?Managing your IT infrastructure when you are in the data center is all fine and good – but what if you are away from the data center and a device needs your attention? OpenManage Mobile to the rescue – you can monitor and manage your infrastructure devices from a mobile iOS or Android device anytime, anywhere. You can also receive proactive notifications and take appropriate action as needed.Can you make it even simpler?When you are in the data center, OpenManage Mobile can communicate directly with a PowerEdge server or an MX chassis with Quick Sync 2, an optional Bluetooth module embedded in the server or MX chassis.It is simple to use. Run the OpenManage Mobile app on your mobile device and tap the Quick Sync button on the hardware to connect with the app via Bluetooth. You can now access information about your server or MX from the app. You can browse the screens to view inventory, health status, or even do the basic configuration. You want to change the IP address – sure! You want to change the password or key BIOS settings – no problem!With an MX7000 chassis, OMM utilizes Augmented Reality to make monitoring even simpler. Simply view the chassis through the camera in OMM app. You will see the chassis image with health overlays on top of individual components. See how the technology works in this video: In summary, you can follow these three easy steps to monitor your modular infrastructure systems using your mobile device. In the OpenManage Mobile app with Quick Sync activated, focus your camera on an MX chassis.Step 1: Identifies the MX chassisStep 2: Puts health overlays on top of every component on the MX imageStep 3: You can click on any health overlay and get more details.But how does all this work?OpenManage Mobile uses Augmented Reality (AR) to provide an overview of health updates by looking at the MX chassis through the mobile device camera.How does OpenManage Mobile use AR Technology?By calculating the plane of the chassis’ front face and identifying key shapes that make up important components, such as the fan or power button, OpenManage Mobile creates a 3D boundary of where the chassis exists in the real world and overlays a blueprint of all the chassis parts and components on top of the boundary.How does Quick Sync feed into AR?In order to draw meaningful data onto the detected chassis, OpenManage Mobile reads details about the chassis health status from the Quick Sync 2 module on the chassis. Quick Sync 2 utilizes Bluetooth Low Energy to wirelessly host its health and component data, allowing OpenManage Mobile to connect and read the server. All Quick Sync 2 communications are encrypted with a secure handshake like what is available in HTTPS connections. If OpenManage Mobile has connected to the chassis at least once before working with augmented reality, the broadcast address and chassis certificate will quickly and automatically match and validate the Quick Sync 2 connection.What else can OpenManage Mobile do for you?A lot.Get Push Notifications – proactively – from OpenManage Enterprise consoleReceive alert notifications from OpenManage Enterprise on your mobile deviceAcknowledge, forward and delete alerts from your mobile deviceMonitor and Manage PowerEdge servers or MX chassisBrowse server details, health status, firmware inventory, system event logs, and LC logs of individual servers. Share/Forward as needed.Use your tablet as a crash cart to access the system consoleAccess and share SupportAssist reports, or crash screens and videosAccess server warranty informationAccess system console through VNC to view server OS desktops with iDRAC VNC enabled servers. (This requires 3rd Party VNC client app available for Android and iOS devices.)Perform server management functions such as Power On, Power cycle, Reboot, or ShutdownConfigure and Provision PowerEdge servers and MX modular infrastructureConfigure one server manually, or multiple servers simultaneously. You can even update the Auto-Update flag in the server from OpenManage Mobile. Same is applicable for compute sleds in MX7000 chassisProvision PowerEdge servers or MX infrastructure: plug the power cable, connect the mobile device to server or chassis, assign an IP address, change credentials, and update BIOS attributesRun RACADM commands and get output directly on the mobile deviceHow do I get more details?Download OpenManage Mobile for iOS or AndroidVisit our OpenManage Mobile website for more informationRead the white paper Understanding Augmented Reality Monitoring in OpenManage MobileIf you have a specific question, please send us an email at [email protected] and we will get back to you.last_img read more

China’s first Hualong One nuclear reactor begins operations

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first_imgBEIJING (AP) — China National Nuclear Corporation says its first nuclear power unit that uses Hualong One, a third-generation nuclear reactor, has started commercial operations. The reactor, located in the city of Fuqing in China’s southeastern Fujian province, is designed to have a 60-year lifespan, with its core equipment domestically produced. Each unit of the Hualong No. 1 has a capacity of 1.161 million kilowatts and can meet the annual domestic electricity demand of 1 million people in moderately developed countries. The commercial use of Hualong One will also reduce carbon emissions and help achieve China’s low-carbon goals such as carbon neutrality before 2060.last_img read more

Vermonts’ Draker Labs introduces Solar Prospector site assessment system

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first_imgDraker Laboratories (www.drakerlabs.com(link is external)), the industry’s leading provider of high performance turnkey solar photovoltaic (PV) monitoring, today introduced its innovative Solar Prospector site assessment system. Solar Prospector is a comprehensive, turnkey solution for PV developers who need bankable energy projections to secure project financing. Solar Prospector allows stakeholders to better understand project risks and uncertainties through improved solar resource assessment at potential PV project sites.  First previewed at InterSolar 2011, Draker will showcase Solar Prospector at the upcoming Solar Power International show in Dallas, TX, October 17 ‘ 20, 2011 (booth #100). Solar Prospector features advanced meteorological instrumentation and a standalone data acquisition platform for capturing and recording site-specific environmental conditions including horizontal and tilted-plane irradiance, wind speed and ambient temperature. Solar Prospector is built upon a rugged stainless steel tripod that houses Draker’s state-of-the art data acquisition system, weather instrumentation and standalone power supply. Collected data is transmitted wirelessly to Draker’s remote servers and is accessed via an intuitive web interface. Solar Prospector also includes a backup power supply and redundant, on-site data storage to prevent data loss. With Solar Prospector developers can gather and analyze actual environmental data from a prospective site, helping to reduce project risk by lowering the uncertainty of solar resource projections based on satellite data alone. Customers also have access to Draker’s extensive component library, which they can use to evaluate multiple project configurations and optimize energy projections. To gather sufficient site data, Solar Prospector is typically deployed for a period of 12 months or more at a potential solar project site.  At the end of the assessment period, Draker correlates the high-resolution ground data to long-term satellite data and reference station data to generate a site-specific energy assessment and uncertainty analysis. This investment-grade report lowers solar resource uncertainty and increases confidence in energy projections, resulting in lower cost of capital and higher ROI for developers. Commenting on the company’s latest innovation, Draker CEO Charles ‘Chach’ Curtis said, ‘Solar Prospector delivers what the industry’s leading developers increasingly have been requesting from Draker.  By reducing project risk through more accurate resource assessment, Solar Prospector will lower developers’ cost of capital on new solar power plants. This will improve project financial returns and stimulate more clean energy development. It’s a win-win.’ The Solar Prospector site assessment system can be either leased for the duration of the solar prospecting period or purchased from Draker. As with all Draker products and services, customers can access product support for Solar Prospector from Draker technicians online and by phone, whether the system is leased or purchased.  About DrakerDraker Laboratories provides accurate and highly reliable monitoring solutions that help owners and operators of commercial and utility-scale PV systems maximize the efficiency and profitability of their solar assets.  As a supplier of end-to-end monitoring solutions, Draker’s turnkey systems combine proven field instrumentation with an intuitive web-based data management system and unmatched customer support. www.drakerlabs.com(link is external)BURLINGTON, VT, USA ‘ October 12, 2011 – Draker Laboratorieslast_img read more

How to become everyone’s favorite coworker

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first_img 41SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,John Pettit John Pettit is the Managing Editor for CUInsight.com. John manages the content on the site, including current news, editorial, press releases, jobs and events. He keeps the credit union … Web: www.cuinsight.com Details Everyone likes being liked. Are you a shy, quiet person who just kind of co-exists in the office? Are you negative and generally disliked? Are you the unknown new person? Whatever your situation, here are some tips that can make you the one everyone loves to be around when they’re at the office.Lend an ear: You’re probably getting tired of hearing me talk about listening. The truth is, sometimes listening is important because the speaker likes hearing the sound of their own voice, and they need a target. While this may not be super exciting for you, your coworker may just need to get something off their chest. They may not be looking for feedback, just someone who will quietly hear what they have to say. If you can do this successfully, you’ll be popular.Bake stuff: I’m not going to act like this is some genius tip. We love baked goods. That is me, you, and most people with a pulse. All I’m saying is that if you’re looking for a way to become more likeable in your office, baking something tasty definitely won’t hurt your chances.Stop the whispering: Gossiping is always a part of an office culture. While it can be a problem, it also has a purpose. There will always be conversations about the job and the people doing the work, and that can be productive. Just make sure you don’t get a reputation for talking negatively about coworkers behind their backs. Those kinds of things always seem to come back to them, so earn a reputation for not engaging in those types of conversations.Bring joy: Be known as the person who’s always smiling, who tells jokes, and doesn’t try to bring others down. Be that glass-half-full person who constantly tries to turn around office negativity. Your coworkers will like you for being a bright spot during stressful or frustrating times.last_img read more

Sewer project offers balance, protection

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first_imgCategories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion Ballston residents will vote on the proposed Route 50 sewer extension on April 18. The vote is occurring while significant zoning changes and limits on expansion of town water infrastructure are also being considered. Like many upstate communities, the town of Ballston is seeking to balance responsible growth against preservation of its rural and agricultural character. The town has crafted a series of zoning reforms in consultation with an experienced municipal planner which, if implemented, will impose protective limits on future development.However, the town’s ability to target development and balance its tax base, both of which are stated goals in its Comprehensive Plan, will be limited without infrastructure development in key areas. Specifically, the town’s proposed Transfer of Development Rights (TDR) program, which targets development in “receiving” areas where density bonuses are obtained from rural land in “sending” areas, can’t fulfill its potential without basic infrastructure to draw upon.Residents are right to be concerned about incurring additional costs, though these can be mitigated through applicable exemptions and state grants. In addition, user costs will decrease as well-suited developments connect to existing infrastructure in the future. Ballston leadership has taken a thoughtful approach to the proposed sewer districOn balance, it enables the town to achieve its long-term goals of channeling development while protecting important rural and agricultural land resources.Morgan RuthmanDelmarMore from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Find a way to get family members into nursing homesAlbany County warns of COVID increaseEDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationEDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsEDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censuslast_img read more

Trump could take a lesson from military

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first_imgCategories: Letters to the Editor, Opinion Donald Trump was never trained to make his bed. In 1972, I involuntarily spent eight weeks in Fort Dix, New Jersey. At that time, I was a reluctant trainee in the art of war. We fired all kinds of fun weapons. We took long marches carrying our gear along the way. We wore heavy black combat boots and we were lucky if the drill instructors allowed us to take off our fatigue shirts. We sweated like pigs, some of us cried from the pressure, constant insults and sheer discomfort we were in.We sang fun songs as we marched, sweat and cried. The songs told us our girlfriend was cheating on us with Johnny. They were called cadence and were meant to help you march in time. The one I remember best went something like this: I want to be an airborne ranger, I want to live a life of danger, I want to go to Vietnam.You get the idea. It was indoctrination. Left, right, left, right, on and on.One of the first things we had to do perfectly was make our bed. It had to be so tight a quarter would bounce on it. Forty-five never learned to make his bed. He’s undisciplined, arrogant and a poor leader. He should have learned to make his bed.Paul SantoRotterdamMore from The Daily Gazette:EDITORIAL: Beware of voter intimidationEDITORIAL: Urgent: Today is the last day to complete the censusEDITORIAL: Thruway tax unfair to working motoristsRotterdam convenience store operator feels results of having Stewart’s as new neighborCar hits garage in Rotterdam Sunday morning; Garage, car burnlast_img read more

Crest wins battle to develop DERA’s 130ha Surrey site

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Counter signs

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‘Taiwan is Taiwan’: China name dispute moves from birds to climate change

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first_imgThis month a Taiwan bird conservation body said it had been expelled from a partnership with a British-based wildlife charity after they demanded the Taiwan group change their name and sign documents stating they did not support Taiwan’s independence.Late on Saturday, the government of the southern Taiwanese city of Kaohsiung said the website of the Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy had begun listing Taiwan member cities like itself as part of China.On Sunday, Taiwan’s government reacted with anger.”Taiwan is Taiwan. China is China. Taiwan is not a city of China’s. If there is incorrect usage we think this is extremely improper,” Premier Su Tseng-chang told reporters. The dispute over international organizations referring to Taiwan as Chinese has moved from wild bird conservation to climate change, after a global alliance of mayors began listing Taiwanese cities as belonging to China on its website.China has ramped up pressure on international groups and companies, no matter how small or obscure, to refer to democratic Taiwan as being part of China, to the anger of Taiwan’s government and many of its people.Beijing views the island as merely a wayward Chinese province. Read also: Taiwan to change passport, fed up with confusion with China”China hopes to make Taiwan part of it in the world, a city of its. This is not in line with the facts.”Taiwan’s Foreign Ministry said it had asked the group to make a correction, while Kaohsiung Mayor Chen Chi-mai said his city was known globally as being in southern Taiwan, rather than as part of China.The Global Covenant’s secretariat said in a short email to Reuters that they “may not be able to respond until business hours resume Monday”.The Global Covenant says its mission is to “galvanize climate and energy action across cities worldwide”, representing a population of over 800 million. The only Chinese city it lists as a member is Hong Kong.China’s Foreign Ministry did not immediately respond to a request for comment.Topics :last_img read more

Mikel Arteta would be free to leave Man City if Arsenal want him to replace Unai Emery

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first_imgArsenal’s head of football Raul Sanllehi has admitted that the recent run of results has not been good enough, but he has backed Emery to turn things around.‘We are as disappointed as everyone else with both our results and performances at this stage of the season,’ said Sanllehi.‘We share the frustration with our fans, Unai, players and all out staff as they are not at the level we want or expect.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City‘Things need to improve to meet our objectives for the season, and we firmly believe Unai is the right man for the job, together with the backroom team we have in place. We are all working intenstively behind the scenes to turn things around are confident we will.‘We never take our fantastic support for granted. We hope we can all stick together and get behind the team in this challenging period, as together we are stronger’.MORE: Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang slams reports of rifts in Arsenal dressing room over captaincy decisionMORE: Gary Neville sends message to Arsenal fans who want struggling manager Unai Emery sacked Mikel Arteta would be free to leave Man City if Arsenal want him to replace Unai Emery Next Arsenal manager betting odds Metro Sport ReporterMonday 11 Nov 2019 7:45 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link4.3kShares 10/3 Jose Mourinho5/1 Luis Enrique6/1 Freddie Ljungberg15/2 Mikel Arteta9/1 Massimiliano Allegri10/1 Brendan Rodgers12/1 Patrick Vieira12/1 Steven Gerrard16/1 Arsene WengerOdds courtesy of Betfair Commentcenter_img Mikel Arteta has enjoyed a lot of success alongside Pep Guardiola at Manchester City (Picture: Getty Images)‘Everyone knows he wants to be his own man one day, though. Mikel still has a lot of affection for Arsenal from his playing days there.‘He knows City would never dream of standing in the way of his ambitions if an attractive offer came from a top club.‘That’s not how they work, nor Pep. They want to empower people and see them get on.’If the bookmakers are to be believed, Arteta is a contender but certainly not the favourite to be the next Arsenal manager.Jose Mourinho holds the favourite’s tag currently, with the likes of Luis Enrique, Freddie Ljunberg and Massimiliano Allegri all considered as possibilities. Mikel Arteta has long been linked with the Arsenal manager job (Picture: Getty Images)Mikel Arteta would be free to leave Manchester City should Arsenal come calling in a hunt for a new manager.Gunners boss Unai Emery is under ever-increasing pressure at the Emirates as his side struggle for results, most recently losing 2-0 to Leicester on Saturday evening.That loss to the Foxes made it five matches without victory in all competitions and leaves Emery with just four wins from 12 Premier League contests this season.If the Arsenal board decide to pull the trigger and sack Emery then his fellow Spaniard, Arteta, would undoubtedly be one of the names in the running to replace him.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTThe former Gunners midfielder, who works as assistant coach alongside Pep Guardiola at Man City, was heavily linked with the job in the summer of 2018, before Emery was appointed.Whether Arsenal would turn to Arteta to replace Emery is yet to be seen, but his current employers would not provide a stumbling block for him.‘Mikel loves working at City and learning from the best manager in the world in Pep,’ a source told the Sun. Advertisement Advertisementlast_img read more