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American Woman Trailer Starring Hong Chau & Ellen Burstyn

American Woman trailer starring Hong Chau & Ellen Burstyn The official trailer for Elevation Pictures’ forthcoming drama film American Woman has been released, featuring Golden Globe nominee Hong Chau and Sarah Gadon as their characters try to escape the violence caused by the SLA. Based on author Susan Choi’s 2003 novel of the same name, the film is expected to have its digital release sometime this year. Check out the video in the player below! RELATED: Janelle Monáe Debuts Homecoming Seaso...
Tags: Amazon, Video, Hbo, Movies, Janelle Monae, Sla, Sarah Gadon, Golden Globe, Jenny, Dolly, Pauline, Ellen Burstyn, Patty Hearst, Yvonne, John Gallagher, Susan Choi


RT-Client-REST-0.57

Client for RT using REST APIChanges for 0.57PR#21 Add SLA and SLADisabled attributes which appeared in RT 4.4.3
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Pinpoint releases dashboard to bring visibility to software engineering operations

As companies look for better ways to understand how different departments work at a granular level, engineering has traditionally been a black box of siloed data. Pinpoint, an Austin-based startup, has been working on a platform to bring this information into a single view, and today it released a dashboard to help companies understand what’s happening across software engineering from an operational perspective. Jeff Haynie, co-founder and CEO at Pinpoint says the company’s mission for the la...
Tags: TC, Cloud, Enterprise, Developer, Tech, Data, Artificial Intelligence, Austin, Engineering, Machine Learning, Sla, Dashboards, Jeff Haynie, Developer Tools, Haynie, Pinpoint


Google Cloud makes it cheaper to run smaller workloads on Bigtable

Cloud Bigtable has long been Google Cloud’s fully-managed NoSQL’s database for massive, petabyte-sized analytical and operational workloads. At $0.65 per hour and node, it was never a cheap service to run, especially because Google Cloud enforced a minimum of three nodes per cluster for production workloads. Today, however, it is changing that and you can now run Bigtable production workloads on just a single node. “We want Bigtable to be an excellent home for all of your key-value and wide-colu...
Tags: Google, TC, Cloud Computing, Tech, Computing, Nosql, Data Management, Sla, Cloud Infrastructure, Apache Software Foundation, Product Manager, Google Cloud, Apache Cassandra, Bigtable, Sandy Ghai, Bigtabe


Storj brings low-cost decentralized cloud storage to the enterprise

Storj, a startup that developed a low-cost, decentralized cloud storage solution, announced a new version today called Tardigrade Decentralized Cloud Storage Service. The new service comes with an enterprise service level agreement (SLA) that promises 99.9999999% file durability and over 99.95 percent availability, which it claims is on par with Amazon S3. The company has come up with an unusual system to store files safely, taking advantage of excess storage capacity around the world. They are ...
Tags: Amazon, Cloud, Storage, Enterprise, Cloud Storage, Tech, Airbnb, Sla, Ben Golub, Amazon S3, Golub, Storj, Distributed Storage, Storj Executive


SaaS Checklist : 6 Things To Consider Before Selecting A Vendor

Over the last five years, the subscription fee paid for SaaS solutions has increased by 20 times, as more and more enterprises are turning towards SaaS owing to its flexibility and cost advantages. The love for SaaS is growing! But, is that simple and easy to sign up for SaaS solutions? One wrong decision and you can find yourself stuck with a SaaS product that you don’t even find useful! What, then, can you do to avoid committing such a mistake? There are some questions that an enterprise...
Tags: Startups, SaaS, Sla, Others, Business Services, Software-as-a-service


A New Spin On 3D Printing Can Produce an Object In Seconds

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: A 3D model is sliced up into hundreds of 2D horizontal layers and slowly built up, one layer at a time. This layer-by-layer process can take hours or even days, but what if we could print the entire model at once? A new technique demonstrated by researchers from Switzerland's Ecole polytechnique federale de Lausanne (EPFL) -- and further detailed in this Nature article -- does just that and can print an entire model in seconds. The new techn...
Tags: Tech, Switzerland, Sla, Lausanne, EPFL, DLP


Climate-adaptive park in Copenhagen wins Arne of the Year Award

One of Copenhagen’s newest green parks, the Sankt Kjelds Square and Bryggervangen, has just received Copenhagen’s most prestigious architecture prize — the Arne of the Year Award. Designed by Danish design studio SLA, the nearly 35,000-square-meter urban park is most notable for its effective solutions to cloudbursts, a term describing sudden heavy rainfall that can trigger violent flash floods. Using blue-green space as a sponge for rainwater, the cloudburst adaptation project not only mitigate...
Tags: Garden, Design, Park, Gallery, Urban Design, Denmark, Copenhagen, Sla, Carousel Showcase, Parks / Wildlife, Arne, Urban Park, Stormwater Management, Urban Heat Island Effect, Stormwater Runoff, Cloudburst


What is an IT Service Desk?

Improved IT organization is relied upon to be a fundamental reason for commitment among clients and an IT affiliation. As demonstrated by ITIL, the spot of organization is the principal reason for the contact (SPOC) between the specific association (IT) and the clients for day by day works out. A progression of spotlight on plant organization handles scenes (regulatory power outages) and organization demands (standard help works out) and oversees client correspondences for things like arranged p...
Tags: Seo, Tech News, Sla, Foundation, Robert Gordon University, Helpdesk, ITIL, Service Desk, 24 7 Support Services, It Help Desk, Web Help Desk Support, SPOC, Iain Middleton, Helpdesks, IT Help Desk Best Practices Organizations


Iran Could Still Strike Back at the U.S.

How might Iran respond to the death of Qasem Soleimani? Ever since the Trump administration’s January 3 killing of Soleimani, the Islamic Republic’s top military commander, that question has been on the mind of policymakers in Washington and the American public at large.Iran’s January 8 rocket attack on U.S. military bases in Iraq clearly constituted part of its response, but Iranian leaders quickly made clear that more retaliation is forthcoming. Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei himself has said tha...
Tags: News, Obama, Washington, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, America, Iran, Syria, United States, Middle East, Capitol Hill, Pentagon, Hamas, State Department, Tehran, Yemen


The immediate future of print

A side effect of the changes in publishing stemming from the online and/or digital disruption is that the print world is evolving. Consolidating, shrinking. From their side, here are some of their near term issues: https://www.bookbusinessmag.com/post...k-value-chain/ Quote: Here I will offer five areas of strategic impact that both publishers and printers need to look at and plan to work with or change their operational models to accommodate. The retail distr...
Tags: Amazon, Books, General Discussions, Nashville, Sla, Barnes, Mills, East Midwest, Southeast Texas Nashville


This waste-to-energy power plant in Copenhagen doubles up as a ski park!

The Danish capital, Copenhagen, pledges to become the world’s first carbon-neutral city by 2025, and with the much anticipated CopenHill having opened up, we can see the city hurtling towards its goal. Designed by Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), CopenHill is an intriguing mesh of a waste-to-energy power plant, a ski slope, hiking and running trail, and a section of lush greenery right in the middle of bustling Copenhagen.Designer: Bjarke Ingels Group, SLA, AKT, Lüchinger+Meyer, MOE, and RambøllCreate...
Tags: Design, Architecture, Copenhagen, Sla, Akt, Copenhill, Bjarke Ingles Group, Lüchinger+Meyer, Green/Sustainable, Bjarke Ingels Group SLA AKT Lüchinger Meyer MOE, Rambøll, Bjarke Ingels Group BIG CopenHill


AI Contract Management Company Evisort Raises $15M to Drive Next Phase of Growth

It has been quite a year for legal tech startup Evisort. Twelve months ago this week, the company introduced its flagship product, Document Analyzer, a cloud-based AI and text-mining application that helps enterprises analyze and manage their contracts. At the time, I wrote that it “might just be the hottest legal tech and AI company you’ve never heard of.” After launching with angel funding from Amity Ventures, an early-stage venture capital firm, and Village Global, a VC firm whose backers inc...
Tags: Microsoft, Law, Singapore, ERP, Mit, Reid Hoffman, Montreal, Temasek, Sla, Harvard Law School, Montreal Quebec, Ting, Nagraj Kashyap, Vertex, Bob Ambrogi, Jake Sussman


Google Cloud launches Bare Metal Solution

Google Cloud today the launch of a new bare metal service, dubbed the Bare Metal Solution. We aren’t talking about bare metal servers offered directly by Google Cloud here, though. Instead, we’re talking about a solution that enterprises can use to run their specialized workloads on certified hardware that’s co-located in the Google Cloud data centers and directly connect them to Google Cloud’s suite of other services. The main workload that makes sense for this kind of setup is databases, ...
Tags: Google, Cloud, Enterprise, Developer, Cloud Computing, Tech, Computing, Machine Learning, Sla, Oracle Corporation, Cloud Infrastructure, Google Cloud, GCP, Oracle Cloud, Oracle Database, Bare Metal


Ski atop the worlds cleanest waste-to-energy plant in Copenhagen

Six years after breaking ground, CopenHill — a waste-to-energy plant topped with a year-round ski slope — is officially open, marking a major milestone in Copenhagen’s journey to becoming the world’s first carbon-neutral city by 2025. Bjarke Ingels Group, SLA, AKT, Lüchinger+Meyer, MOE and Rambøll designed the new architectural landmark that they describe as the cleanest waste-to-energy plant in the world. The building includes an environmental education hub as well as a landscaped roof for urba...
Tags: Design, Hiking, Environment, Environmental Education, Architecture, Gallery, Energy Efficiency, Bjarke Ingels, Biodiversity, Copenhagen, Big, Sla, Carousel Showcase, Waste Disposal, Carbon-neutral, Green Roof


Old Paris railway site will transform into a carbon-neutral ecosystem neighborhood

An abundance of green will soon take over the heart of Paris with the transformation of the city’s old railway site, Ordener-Poissonniers, into a lush 3.7-hectare “ecosystem neighborhood.” The mixed-use masterplan will be spearheaded by Danish landscape architecture practice SLA and French architecture firm BIECHER ARCHITECTES, who won an international competition with the “Jardin Mécano” (“Mechanical Garden”) proposal for a sustainable urban development emphasizing bioclimatic design. In additi...
Tags: Design, Renewable Energy, Urban Design, Paris, Community, Railway, Solar Panels, Sla, Carbon-neutral, Adaptive Reuse, Mixed-use, Sustainable Urban Design, Rasmus Astrup, Post-industrial, Ordener-Poissonniers, Railway Transformation


A potato field is transformed into an award-winning communal home in the Netherlands

Amsterdam-based architectural firm bureau SLA and Utrecht-based ZakenMaker have transformed a one-hectare potato field in the rural area of Oosterwold Almere, the Netherlands into nine connected homes for a group of pioneers seeking a sustainable communal lifestyle. Initially, Frode Bolhuis had approached the architects to construct his dream home, but the very limited budget prompted him to ask eight of his like-minded friends to join to make the project possible. The nine homes—each 1,722 squ...
Tags: Design, Architecture, Gallery, Netherlands, Amsterdam, Insulation, Utrecht, The Netherlands, Sla, Carousel Showcase, Natural Light, Bureau Sla, Community Garden, Sustainable Architecture, Co-living, Elevated Architecture


How a Software Founder Built the Chemistry Set of CRISPR-Era Biotech

Two years ago, Yixiao Jiang moved to Boston to learn everything she could about biotech. Now, she and cofounder John Min are launching Feles (pronounced "fee-les") One, a set of common biotech tools in a radically more user-friendly configuration. Jiang had previously founded a web platform for interior decorators in China and was looking for a new venture in a more consequential subject area. Coming from a field where sleek, user-friendly interfaces are the norm, Jiang was shocked by the state ...
Tags: Design, Crowdfunding, China, Boston, Tech, Sla, George, Harvard Medical School, PCB, Jiang, Yixiao Jiang, John Min, Feles, Yixiao Jian, Yixiao, Feles One


Monoprice Voxel 3D Printer: An Affordable Entry to Serious 3D Printing

Monoprice 3D printers have really hit their stride, with dozens of models to choose from. Monoprice, well known for its cables and other components, has a growing number of printers including the reasonably priced Voxel 3D. The Voxel isn’t Monoprice’s only offering—they have a growing stable of models, many under $500, and both FFF (fused filament fabrication) and SLA (stereolithography) resin printers. The Voxel, however, is kind of like Goldilocks, not too expensive, but not too cheap ei...
Tags: Crafts, PLA, Sla, Goldilocks, Monoprice, Voxel, PLA PLA, Filament Deposition Manufacturing


Google expands its container service with GKE Advanced

With its Kuberntes Engine (GKE), Google Cloud Google has long offered a managed service for running containers on its platform. Kubernetes users tend to have a variety of needs, but so far, Google only offered a single tier of GKE that wasn’t necessarily geared toward the high-end enterprise users the company is trying to woo. Today, however, the company announced a new advanced edition of GKE that introduces a number of new features and an enhanced financially backed SLA, additional security...
Tags: Google, Cloud, Enterprise, Developer, Tech, Container, Kubernetes, Sla, GKE, Kuberntes Engine GKE Google Cloud Google, GKE Standard Google


Teridion procures $9 mln

San Francisco-based Teridion, a provider of a public cloud-based WAN service backed by a carrier grade SLA, has secured $9 million in financing. Jerusalem Venture Partners led the round with participation from return backers Magma Ventures and SingTel Innov8. Source: Press Release
Tags: San Francisco, Trends, Sla, Jerusalem Venture Partners, Singtel, VC Deals, Magma Ventures


Formlabs offers more accuracy and larger print sizes with latest 3D printers

MIT Media Lab spinoff Formlabs is one of the few 3D desktop 3D printing companies that has managed to buck the trends of a shrinking field. The startup found success by embracing stereolithography (SLA) printing, a technology that was previously the realm of hulking, industrial printers. Previously far too expensive an unwieldy for many prototypers and hobbyists, the technology was much sought after for precision and detail you can’t get with standard FDM printing. With its latest devices, u...
Tags: Hardware, Tech, 3d Printing, 3d Printer, Formlabs, Sla, MIT Media Lab, LFS, Hannover Germany, Max Lobovsky, Low Force Stereolithography


How to Find Reliable Managed IT Support Services in London, England

In view of the challenges involved in setting up and running your own IT support desk, many business owners are reaping the benefits of engaging managed IT services from external companies. These benefits can include increases in productivity, efficiency and cost savings, but also on-demand service elasticity for those experiencing rapid growth, freedom to focus on core business activities and the ability to access the expertise of otherwise costly professionals who may be out of reach for many ...
Tags: Sales, Howto, Sla, Msp, London England


Zortrax makes high resolution 3D printing easier and cheaper

3D printers have come a long way since the early days of RepRap and DIY hacker culture. First they flew to great heights with companies like Makerbot and Formlabs who aimed to create a prosumer product for designers, educators, and makers and then they fell to the doldrums when they became commodity hardware. Many people believed the space was dead. Now, however, the Polish 3D printing company, Zortrax, has released their Inkspire UV LCD printer, a $2,000 SLA printer that offers the speed and qu...
Tags: Startups, Gadgets, Makerbot, Sla, RepRap, Zortrax, Zotrax


Isomorphic to Exhibit at CloudEXPO and @KubeSUMMIT Silicon Valley | @IsomorphicHQ #CloudNative #Serverless #SmartClient

Isomorphic Software is the global leader in high-end, web-based business applications. We develop, market, and support the SmartClient & Smart GWT HTML5/Ajax platform, combining the productivity and performance of traditional desktop software with the simplicity and reach of the open web. With staff in 10 timezones, Isomorphic provides a global network of services related to our technology, with offerings ranging from turnkey application development to SLA-backed enterprise support. Leading gl...
Tags: Ajax, Software, Silicon Valley, Sla, Isomorphic Software, Isomorphic


Websites Average 3 Hours of Host Downtime a Month, How Does Your Business Site Fare?

The latest research from Hosting Facts has revealed the average website is down three hours a month due to the downtime of web host providers. With 99.9% uptime promises, guarantees and refunds from host providers, Hosting Facts says it doesn’t really matter when your site is down if you have lost all traffic. According to the research, on average businesses can lose around $10.6m a year. The loss for small businesses may not be as high, but the loss is relative to the size of the company. And ...
Tags: Google, Sales, Research, Pingdom, Sla, Stevens, John Stevens, Bluehost, DepositPhotos, Siteground, FactComet, Importance of Uptime As, HostingFacts


DriveNets emerges from stealth with $110M for its cloud-based alternative to network routers

Software is eating the world, and today a startup that’s taking this maxim to the world of telecoms has raised a big round of funding as it comes out of stealth. DriveNets, a company out of Israel that builds cloud-based networking services that provide a cheaper and simpler alternative to the functions of traditional routers in carrier networks, has raised $110 million led by Bessemer Venture Parters and Pitango Growth, with participation also from other investors that are not being named. The ...
Tags: TC, Asia, Europe, Israel, US, Tech, Cisco, Vpn, Huawei, Bessemer Venture Partners, Sla, Susan, AT T, Arista, Aaron Mankovski, Quality of Service


Former SLA executive Begbie joins Tesco Bank - The Scotsman

Former SLA executive Begbie joins Tesco Bank   The Scotsman Sandy Begbie, the executive who oversaw the integration of Standard Life and Aberdeen Asset Management staff in the merger between the two firms, is to join ...
Tags: Shopping, Tesco Bank, Aberdeen Asset Management, Sla, Standard Life, Begbie, Sandy Begbie


Google’s Cloud Firestore NoSQL database hits general availability

Google today announced that Cloud Firestore, its serverless NoSQL document database for mobile, web and IoT apps, is now generally available. In addition, Google is also introducing a few new features and bringing the service to ten new regions. With this launch, Google is giving developers the option to run their databases in a single region. During the beta, developers had to use multi-region instances and while that obviously has some advantages with regard to resilience, it’s also more ex...
Tags: Google, TC, Cloud, Europe, Enterprise, Developer, Tech, North America, Nosql, Mcgrath, Database, Sla, Google Cloud, Dan McGrath, Firestore


The best 3D printers for 2019

On the hunt for a new 3D printer? We've got your back. Whether you're a beginner or a seasoned veteran, this list of the best 3D printers has what you're looking for. The post The best 3D printers for 2019 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Trends, 3d Printers, Printing, Sla, Buying Guides, Emerging Tech, Best Of Everything, Best 3D Printers, FDM