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Koepka Wins Second Straight U.S. Open, Utahn Finau Fifth

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmail(Southampton, NY)  — Brooks Koepka is the winner of the U.S. Open for the second straight year.Koepka carded a two-under 68 in Sunday’s final round at Shinnecock Hills to win the tournament at one-over-par.  He is the seventh back-to-back champion but first since Curtis Strange accomplished the feat in 1988-89.Utah native Tony Finau finished in fifth place at plus-five. Tags: Brooks Koepka/Tony Finau/U.S. Open Written by June 18, 2018 /Sports News – Local Koepka Wins Second Straight U.S. Open, Utahn Finau Fifth Robert Lovelllast_img read more

Chemistry – Adjunct

first_imgIf no, please explain (required):(Open Ended Question)* Are you both familiar with and not in conflict with thefundamental doctrines and practices of the California SouthernBaptist Convention as stated in the Baptist Faith and Message datedJune 14, 2000? (Please see above link for more information)Yes (I am familiar and not in conflict)No (I am in conflict or not familiar) Position TitleChemistry – Adjunct Supplemental QuestionsRequired fields are indicated with an asterisk (*). Nondiscrimination Statement * Are you a Christian?YesNo * Do you attend church regularly?YesNo Qualified applicants will possess at least a master’s degree in arelated field. Candidates must embrace the mission of CaliforniaBaptist University, and demonstrate a clear understanding of, andcommitment to, excellence in teaching through the integration ofChristian faith and learning. Teaching assignments will be lower level undergraduatecourses. Teaching Responsibilitiescenter_img State and Federal law permit California Baptist University todiscriminate on the basis of religion in order to fulfill itspurpose. The University does not discriminate contrary to eitherState or Federal law. Qualifications Position Summary The Department of Chemical Sciences at California BaptistUniversity invites applications for part-time, adjunct instructorpositions in chemistry. Review of applications is conducted in anongoing manner according to need. Quick Link to Postinghttps://jobs.calbaptist.edu/postings/6064 Posting Details Applicant DocumentsRequired DocumentsChristian Experience EssayCurriculum VitaeOptional DocumentsResumeCover LetterLetter of Reference 1Letter of Reference 2Unofficial Transcriptlast_img read more

Male sex drive causes war

first_imgA team of researchers claim to have discovered that men are more naturally predisposed to violence than women.The study, published by a team including Oxford University researchers, argues that ‘men are biologically programmed to be warriors because of their deep ancestral history of inter-tribal war and conflict.’By contrast the researchers suggest that females have evolved a ‘tend and befriend’ response to protect their offspring.Their findings may help to explain the origins of aggressive behaviour in modern-day tribal groups, both large and small, from nations at war to street gangs and even football hooligans.Professor Mark van Vugt, Research Fellow at Oxford’s Institute for Cognitive and Evolutionary Anthropology, noted the continued significance of these evolutionary traits in modern society. He commented, ‘A solution to conflict, which is an all too common problem in societies today, remains elusive,’ adding, ‘One reason for this might be the difficulty we have in changing our mindset, which has evolved over thousands of years.’The study’s findings are based on examination of the ‘Male Warrior Hypothesis’ in contemporary evolutionary anthropology. The hypothesis suggests that men are more likely than women to discriminate against others considered outsiders. This trend is apparent across different time periods and cultures.van Vugt added, ‘The human mind is shaped in a way that tends to perpetuate conflict with ‘outsiders.’ Our research finds that conflict between rival groups of men has presented opportunities to gain access to mates, territory and increased status. We believe this has resulted through natural selection in an evolved psychology amongst men to initiate and display acts of intergroup aggression.’However Emily Cousens, Sarah Pine and Ali Johnson, representatives of the Wadham Feminists, placed emphasis on social convention as the cause of tribal male aggression. They told Cherwell, ‘Society creates and constructs what we think of as masculine and feminine and encourages and rewards different traits amongst males and females. This does not necessarily have a biological basis.’An English fresher from St. Peter’s College gave a typically agressive male response, ‘I only eat raw flesh from creatures I have killed with my bare hands. I sustain myself upon the blood of the weak. I drink cement. I once impregnated a wild gorilla with pure evil. I bleed whisky. I simply walk into Mordor.’last_img read more

IS IT TRUE APRIL 24, 2018

first_imgYou are now are able to subscribe to get the CCO daily.If you would like to advertise on the CCO please contact us [email protected] IS IT TRUE that Vanderburgh County Commissioner Cheryl Musgrave is leading the way to install sidewalk and additional walking trails project on North Green River Road?…if approved this worthy project will allow for more green space and walkability for the citizens of Northern Vanderburgh County? …the CCO, commend Commissioner Musgrave for thinking of the families who have decided to live and work in that part of the county?IS IT TRUE that the Republican Primary race for 2nd District County Commissioner is really becoming something to watch?  …look like this race is between the establishment candidate (old political guard) and a new direction candidate with extensive business experiences?IS IT TRUE that 31 States now recognize concealed gun carrying permits?  …many States also allow people to apply for a gun permit online?IS IT TRUE we commend Evansville Courier and Press writer John Martin for providing their reader’s with informative and accurate articles concerning complex issues?  … it’s a recognized fact that both John Martin and Jon Web are the literary mainstays of the Evansville Courier and Press?IS IT TRUE we would like to thank assistant City Clerk Ashten Stenftenagel Collins for providing us with the upcoming City Council meeting agendas in a timely manner?IS IT TRUE that the University of Evansville baseball Aces are suffering through one of their worst seasons ever with a 1-9 record in conference and only 7-26 overall?…they have not won one game outside of the friendly confines of Braun Stadium?…Perhaps more than just a new basketball coach is needed to breathe hope into the Purple Ace Nation?…the last really competitive team was the 2006 team that Wes Carroll was an assistant coach on that was on the verge of going to the College World Series until South Carolina figured out how to hit the Aces pitching?…baseball is a tradition in Evansville and the fans deserve better that is being played right now?Todays “Readers Poll” question is: If the Republican primary for the 2nd District County Commission race was held today who would you vote for?Please take time and read our articles entitled “Statehouse Files, Channel 44 News, Daily Devotions, Law enforcement, Readers Poll, Birthdays, Hot Jobs, and Local Sports. We hope that today’s “IS IT TRUE” will provoke honest and open dialogue concerning issues that we, as responsible citizens of this community, need to address in a rational and responsible way?IS IT TRUE that the City of Evansville is once again trying to play God in a selective way when it comes to playing music in close proximity to neighborhoods?…this time someone seems to have crafted a resolution for the Evansville City Council that puts Marina Point in the crosshairs of a policy that is almost impossible to enforce?  …the things that need to be on the mind of the members of the Evansville City Council when they vote on this resolution during next Council meeting are ‘restraint of trade”, “unequal protection under the law”, and “tortious interference”?…all of these illegal actions could well be alleged by the owners of Marina Point and the owners of the business that leases the outdoor entertainment venue?…one may ask just why on earth that the Funk in the City can make noise in Goosetown, the Jazz Festival, and other bars can make loud noises in the downtown that has over 200 condos, but the people at Marina Point must be silenced so that less than a dozen or so residents living in plush homes located across the bay from the Marina are not disturbed by live music?…this whole thing smacks of selective enforcement and sets a terrible precedent in a blue collar town where all people should be treated equally?IS IT TRUE if the proposed comprehensive noise ordinance passes the noise enforcement responsibility will up to the local police? …we agree with 2nd Ward Councilwomen Missy Mosby “that it would not be the correct use of our police resources to assign members of the EPD to handle noise ordinance complaints”?  …our policeman need to be fighting crime and not writing citations for noise violations?IS IT TRUE we commend the owner of KC”S Marina Pointe for making around $120,000 worth of improvements to help stifle the noise coming from the bar when live bands play?  …that numerous e-mails were sent out between Harbors Edge residents, elected and appointed public officials concerning the drafting of the proposed noise ordinance have gotten into the wrong hands?  …we hope Mr. K. C. Chesser will decide to share them with members of the local media and the general public alike because we hear they are real eye-openers?IS IT TRUE that Councilmembers Mosby, Weaver, Hayden and Elpers did a creditable job in debating the loyal opposition to why this ordnance should be voted down? …we have no idea what Councilwoman Michelle Mercer was trying to say concerning this issue?IS IT TRUE we are told that this issue alone will guarantee that the people voting in the 2019 City Council and Mayoral elections shall be substantially higher than the 7% of register voters that voted in the last city election? …people are getting sick and tired of too much government controlling our lives?IS IT TRUE that the University of Southern Indiana has finally announced who will be the new leader of the college?…after spending on the order $100,000 to a head hunter, Ron Roshon has been hired to replace the retiring Linda Bennett?…it is expected that when the salary for Rochon is released to the public that he will be earning about $300,000 putting him in the upper echelon of public employees in the State of Indiana?…here is one thing that USI get right about compensation and that is the fact that there are many professors and administrators who are paid more than the basketball coach?IS IT TRUE that several members of the Mole Nation are telling the City-County Observer that Evansville Mayor Lloyd Winnecke is working behind closed doors to hand the poorly performing Victory Theatre to the Signature School?…for those who do not know, the Signature School is a downtown magnet high school that consistently ranks among the TOP 10 PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA?…Signature School is often the only high school in the entire State of Indiana that ranks in the top 500 high schools in the country?…we wonder just why on earth anyone with two brain cells to rub together would want to saddle a great school with the burden of a neglected and underperforming theater?…to shove that old theater down the throat of the Signature School would be about as much of a handicap as when Tonya Harding’s husband hit Nancy Kerrigan in the knee with a club right before the USA Olympic tryouts?…we admonish Mayor Winnecke to leave the Signature School alone?…they are doing a great job without any interference or “help” from a darn politician looking to unload a pig in a poke?IS IT TRUE that the EPD is getting ready to appoint a Homeless Outreach officer in the very near future?  …this new position will come from the current EPD budget and the new positio0n shall be filed by an office current on the street?center_img FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmailSharelast_img read more

Press release: HM Land Registry to explore the benefits of blockchain

first_imgHM Land Registry is partnering with software company Methods, who will utilise R3’s blockchain platform, Corda, for the second phase of HM Land Registry’s groundbreaking research and development project, Digital Street.Methods will be supported by a team of global experts from R3, Blockchain Digital, and their wider partner network. The organisations will bring their blockchain expertise to HM Land Registry, enabling Digital Street to fully explore the potential benefits of the new technology.Digital Street will work with the industry to understand how the innovative use of technology, such as blockchain, distributed ledgers and smart contracts, could revolutionise the land registration and property buy-sell process.Graham Farrant, Chief Executive of HM Land Registry, said: When we read the HM Land Registry requirement, we recognised that the unique features offered by Corda in terms of security, privacy, interoperability and the smart contract flow framework, originally designed for financial services, would be an excellent fit. Peter Rowlins, Chief Executive Officer of Methods, commented: Notes to editorsDigital StreetHM Land Registry’s ambition is to be at the forefront of innovation by exploring how land registration and conveyancing can be made easier and how technology and data could revolutionise the process.Digital Street is HM Land Registry’s research and development project designed to make buying and selling property simpler, quicker and cheaper through the innovative use of technology. Now in its second year, the project is exploring the use of blockchain technology and smart contracts to bring greater transparency, speed, and trust to property transactions.The project has already created a digital register for a small selection of properties, which is a first step towards establishing a register that is fully machine-readable and able to be updated instantly.Methods was selected following a tender process which attracted 22 bids to support the Digital Street project team and develop greater in-house expertise.HM Land RegistryHM Land Registry safeguards land and property ownership worth in excess of £4 trillion, including around £1 trillion of mortgages. The Land Register contains more than 25 million titles showing evidence of ownership for more than 85% of the land mass of England and Wales.HM Land Registry’s mission is to guarantee and protect property rights in England and Wales. HM Land Registry is a government department created in 1862. It operates as an executive agency and a trading fund and its running costs are covered by the fees paid by the users of its services. Its ambition is to become the world’s leading land registry for speed, simplicity and an open approach to data.For further information about HM Land Registry visit gov.uk/land-registry.Follow us on: Twitter @HMLandRegistry, our blog, LinkedIn and Facebook.HM Land Registry Business StrategyDigital Street is just one of many projects being developed by HM Land Registry as part of the organisation’s Business Strategy. The organisation is exploring a number of potential services to make the buying, renting, selling, financing, building and managing property easier.The first digital mortgage was signed in April using HM Land Registry’s ‘Sign your mortgage deed’ service. The initial mortgages have signed by customers of Coventry Building Society and Enact Conveyancing, HM Land Registry is now actively expanding the number of lenders and conveyancers who are using the service.The recently launched Local Land Charge Register brings data from 326 local authorities to a central database, removing the need for manual searches in overworked local offices and removing weeks of potential delays from each sale.Homebuyers can use the ‘Find property information’ service to quickly find information about properties they are interested in at the start of the transaction, rather than waiting until an offer has been accepted.Working in collaboration with key stakeholders from across the industry, including property technology (PropTech) specialists, data experts, conveyancers, property developers, mortgage lenders and others, over the coming years HM Land Registry will be exploring innovative uses of technology.MethodsMethods is the leading digital transformation partner for the UK public sector. We bring innovation, bespoke development, and service management capability to align UK public services around citizens and safeguard them for future generations.R3R3 is an enterprise blockchain software firm working with a broad ecosystem of more than 200 members and partners across multiple industries from both the private and public sectors to develop on Corda, its open-source blockchain platform, and Corda Enterprise, a commercial version of Corda for enterprise usage.R3’s global team of over 180 professionals in 13 countries is supported by over 2,000 technology, financial, and legal experts drawn from its global member base. R3 is backed by investment of over $120 million from more than 45 firms.The Corda platform is already being used in industries from financial services to healthcare, shipping, insurance and more. It records, manages and executes institutions’ financial agreements in perfect synchrony with their peers, creating a world of frictionless commerce.Persistent SystemsPersistent Systems, a $470 million listed company, builds software that drives the business of our customers; enterprises and software product companies with software at the core of their digital transformation.Blockchain DigitalBlockchain Digital is the leading business process innovation and service design consultancy, focused on the application of blockchain in the public sector and enterprise.Contact Digital Street and blockchain has the potential to synchronise and optimise the way all participants in the property market interact, from solicitors to banks, from surveyors to estate agents. Over the coming months, and in support of HM Land Registry’s commitment to open data and open innovation, we will be announcing a programme of innovation and collaboration events that enable the property eco-system to join the Digital Street Community. Trafalgar House1 Bedford ParkCroydonCR0 2AQ We are pleased to see another innovative deployment of Corda in the public sector and look forward to working with the world’s most well-recognised land registry, HM Land Registry. Blockchain holds the potential to transform land registry services by improving speed, simplicity and efficiency. We will be working closely with HM Land Registry, Methods and our partners over the coming months to turn this potential into reality. Our ambition to become the world’s leading land registry for speed, ease of use and an open approach to data requires HM Land Registry to be at the forefront of global innovation in land registration. By working with Methods on Digital Street we are taking another step toward that goal, as we explore how new technologies like blockchain can help us to develop a faster, simpler and cheaper land registration process.center_img John Reynolds, Blockchain Digital’s Innovation & Delivery Director, commented: Press Office David Rutter, Chief Executive Officer of R3, commented: Phone (Monday to Friday 8:30am to 5:30pm) 0300 006 3365 Email [email protected] Mobile (5:30pm to 8:30am weekdays, all weekend and public holidays) 07864 689 344last_img read more

Transparency data: NHS injury cost recovery scheme: April 2020 to March 2021

first_imgThe NHS Injury Costs Recovery (ICR) scheme aims to recover the cost of NHS treatment where personal injury compensation is paid, for example, after a road traffic accident. The Department of Health and Social Care publishes monthly updates on the amount of money recovered under the ICR scheme.The Compensation Recovery Unit recovers funds primarily from insurance companies and then pays them to the NHS hospital or ambulance trust that provided the treatment.last_img

David Roberts receives BSB lifetime achievement award

first_imgFormer Roberts Bakery boss David Roberts has been recognised with a Lifetime Honorary Award from the British Society of Baking (BSB).A third-generation baker, Roberts has dedicated over 50 years of his life to the business since joining in the mid-fifties following the death of his father Frank. During his time there, he held the roles of production director, managing director and latterly chairman – from which he retired in 2006.Throughout his leadership, investment was made into the bakery’s capacity seeing an increase to 90,000 loaves a week by 1962.Since then, the numbers have continued to grow and the bakery now serves major supermarkets across the UK from plants in Cheshire and Derbyshire. It employs 900 people and is run by the fourth generation of the Roberts family.“I’m very happy to have received the Lifetime Honorary Award from the British Society of Baking,” said David Roberts.“The bakery industry is quite literally in the family’s blood and it’s most rewarding to look back on where we have come and to where we are now heading with the future of the brand. There are many exciting time ahead that I’m looking forward to being part of as a family member.”He joined the BSB in 1971, working on various committees over the next two decades, and took up the role of chairman from 1981 to 1982.“David continues to support us and conferences to this day and embodies everything that is good about being a member of the BSB,” said Richard Hazeldine, chairman of the British Society of Baking.British Baker subscribers can read more about the history of Roberts Bakery here.last_img read more

SCI’s Kyle Hollingsworth Announces Charity Beer Festival And Performance

first_imgBeloved String Cheese Incident keyboardist Kyle Hollingsworth has announced a very exciting event in conjunction with SCI’s run at Red Rocks Amphitheatre this summer. Called Kyle’s Brew Fest, Hollingsworth will both perform and curate beer selections for a benefit concert for Conscious Alliance.Taking place on July 14th at the Great Divide Brewing Company’s RiNo Location in Denver, CO, Hollingsworth will be on hand to perform with his solo project, the Kyle Hollingsworth Band. Tickets include the live performance, a limited edition drinking vessel, and the opportunity to sample wares from over 30 local craft breweries. String Cheese plays Red Rocks from July 15-17, so this will serve as a fun way to get the party started!Strange Brew: Inside The Unique Connection Between Bands And Their BeersTickets for the new event go on sale tomorrow, May 20th at 10 AM MST, and more info can be found on Kyle Hollingsworth’s official website.last_img read more

Achievement recognized by academy

first_imgTwenty Harvard professors are among 179 of the nation’s most influential artists, scientists, scholars, authors, and institutional leaders who were inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences at an Oct. 1 ceremony in Cambridge.Founded in 1780, the academy is one of the nation’s oldest and most prestigious learned societies, and an independent research center that draws from its members’ expertise to conduct studies in science and technology policy, global security, the humanities and culture, social policy, and education.“Induction recognizes extraordinary individual achievement and marks a commitment on the part of new members to provide fundamental, nonpartisan knowledge for addressing today’s complex challenges,” said the academy’s President Leslie C. Berlowitz.The 231st class includes winners of Nobel, Pritzker, and Pulitzer prizes; the Turing Award; MacArthur and Guggenheim fellowships; Kennedy Center honors; and Grammy, Golden Globe, and Academy awards. Foreign honorary members from Argentina, India, Israel, Japan, and the United Kingdom were also inducted.Inductee Farish Alston Jenkins Jr., professor of biology and curator of vertebrate paleontology; Alexander Agassiz Professor of Zoology; and professor of anatomy at Harvard, joined the 231st class.The fellows from Harvard follow:James Ireland Cash Jr., James E. Robison Professor of Business Administration Emeritus, Harvard Business SchoolTimothy J. Colton, Morris and Anna Feldberg Professor of Government and Russian StudiesDavid Paul Corey, professor of neurobiology, Harvard Medical SchoolGeorge Q. Daley, professor of biological chemistry and molecular pharmacology; professor of pediatrics, Harvard Medical SchoolPhilip A. Fisher, Felice Crowl Reid Professor of EnglishJulio Frenk, dean of the Harvard School of Public Health; T & G Angelopoulos Professor of Public Health and International DevelopmentAnnette Gordon-Reed, professor of law; Carol Pforzheimer Professor at the Radcliffe Institute; professor of history in the Faculty of Arts and SciencesDaniel Arie Haber, Kurt J. Isselbacher/Peter B. Schwartz Professor of Oncology, Harvard Medical SchoolRobert F. Higgins, senior lecturer of business administration, Harvard Business SchoolJay Harold Jasanoff, Diebold Professor of Indo-European Linguistics and PhilologyFarish Alston Jenkins Jr., professor of biology and curator of vertebrate paleontology; Alexander Agassiz Professor of Zoology; professor of anatomyAlex S. Jones, director of the Joan Shorenstein Center on the Press, Politics and Public Policy; Laurence M. Lombard Lecturer in the Press and Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy SchoolFrances Myra Kamm, Littauer Professor of Philosophy and Public Policy, professor of philosophy, Harvard Kennedy SchoolThomas Forrest Kelly, Morton B. Knafel Professor of MusicRobert E. Kingston, professor of genetics, Harvard Medical SchoolDavid Laibson, Robert I. Goldman Professor of EconomicsLouis Menand, Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Professor of EnglishW. Jason Morgan, visiting scholar, Department of Earth and Planetary SciencesMichael R. Van Valkenburgh, Charles Eliot Professor in Practice of Landscape Architecture, Harvard Graduate School of DesignDaniel Martin Wegner, John Lindsley Professor of Psychology in Memory of William JamesFrances Myra Kamm, Littauer Professor of Philosophy and Public Policy, professor of philosophy, Harvard Kennedy School, was inducted on Oct. 1.last_img read more

Disaster Recovery to VMware Cloud™ on AWS using Cloud DR

first_imgDisaster recovery is one of the most important aspects an organization needs to handle, not only for business continuity, but also for regulatory reasons. Not every business can or wants to handle the additional cost of a physical site for disaster recovery. The cloud seems to be the optimal solution for that.Dell EMC’s Data Domain Cloud Disaster Recovery is a solution that allows users to extend their on-premises data protection to the cloud, and orchestrate the disaster recovery of a protected machine on the cloud. The solution has been available since early 2017 and many customers are already using it for their disaster recovery. Cloud Disaster Recovery is also included in the Integrated Data Protection Appliance (IDPA), which means that customers who are working with IDPA have by default, the ability to leverage the Cloud DR abilities.The Cloud DR process starts by copying data created on the on-premises by Avamar. Data is stored on Data Domain systems, including our integrated appliances (IDPA DP4400), or snap-based replication data created by RecoverPoint for VMs to an S3 bucket on your AWS account. This process is called protection and data is sent compressed over HTTPS/TLS 1.2, where it is stored securely and deleted by the cloud retention policy, which is configurable through the protection or replication solution (Avamar or RecoverPoint for VMs).After the data of a backup or a replication is available on the S3 bucket, the next backups can be incremental, meaning only new changes made to the machine will be sent to the cloud, so cloud storage usage and the billing are significantly reduced. When a machine needs to be recovered from the backup stored on the cloud, users have the ability to select a backup copy using the Cloud DR Server modern HTML 5 user interface and can recover in just a few button clicks.Leveraging VMware Cloud™ on AWS as a DR SiteIt’s been over a year since VMware™ Cloud on AWS was announced and it has gained popularity among organizations who seek the familiar VMware products and technology, without the hardware costs and complexity of building the entire infrastructure. It allows businesses to take advantage of the scalability the cloud can offer.The Cloud DR’s vision is to provide customers the opportunity and flexibility to work with different protection technologies and cloud platforms. Starting with the 18.2 release, which was available beginning in May 2018, Data Domain Cloud Disaster Recovery provides the ability to recover from an existing backup on the cloud directly to VMware Cloud™ on AWS.Cloud DR allows you to recover to VMware™ Cloud easily and intuitively. After configuring your software defined data center (SDDC) on VMware Cloud, you’ll be able to deploy a Cloud DR Add-on (CDRA) on the vCenter running on your SDDC. The SDDC doesn’t have to run all the time. You can configure it to run just for disaster recovery and continue with the CDRA deployment and configuration. This includes connecting the CDRA to your AWS account, and the vCenter on the SDDC. This process takes just a few minutes.During the configuration, make sure to enable the CDRA for direct failovers. Once this option is enabled from the CDRA, you’ll be able to use the Cloud DR Server (CDRS) to recover from a backup copy directly to the vCenter on the SDDC. Simply select a protected VM, any of its available cloud copies, and the target vCenter and CDRA (multiple CDRAs could be deployed on the same vCenter). After the recovery is initiated, the CDRA will create a new VM on the vCenter running on your SDDC on VMware Cloud, and that VM will retrieve the data that is stored on the S3 bucket.It wouldn’t take long to fully recover a VM to VMware Cloud, and the process is usually much quicker than a recovery to AWS because there is no data conversion process and because the internal connectivity between the SDDC and the resources on AWS. In internal lab qualifications, it took several minutes to recover a 150 GB Linux VM to VMware Cloud.You’ll can find several demos on Dell EMC’s YouTube channel, including the following:Recovery demo to AWS and to VMware CloudDeployment demoAdditional resources:Cloud Confidence eBook: Why Dell EMC Data Protection for VMware Cloud™ on AWSVideo: Overview of Dell EMC Cloud Disaster RecoveryVideo: Extend Disaster Recovery to VMware CloudLearn more: dellemc.com/[email protected] will also be discussing this in more detail at Dell Tech World in several different sessions including:Everything You Need to Know About Modern Data Protection for VMwareDell EMC Data Protection Portfolio Overview: Cloud-Enabled, Software-Defined, VMware IntegratedMoving DR to the Cloud – When does it make sense?last_img read more