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OPC Client - Connect third party OPC Clients to OPC Servers over the Internet
 
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Connect third party OPC Clients to OPC Servers over the Internet. Open Automation Software interface with .NET applications, web applications, REST API, and cloud services like AWS IoT, Azure IoT, MQTT, and Google IoT Core. Also supports logging and data access to SQL Server, Oracle, Access, and mySQL. Free Trial Download: https://www.openautomationsoftware.com/products/communications/opc-client-connector/
What is an API?
 
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What exactly is an API? Finally learn for yourself in this helpful video from MuleSoft, the API experts. https://www.mulesoft.com/platform/api The textbook definition goes something like this: “An application programming interface (API) is a set of routines, protocols, and tools for building software applications. An API expresses a software component in terms of its operations, inputs, outputs, and underlying types. An API defines functionalities that are independent of their respective implementations, which allows definitions and implementations to vary without compromising each other. A good API makes it easier to develop a program by providing all the building blocks. APIs often come in the form of a library that includes specifications for routines, data structures, object classes, and variables. In other cases, notably SOAP and REST services, an API is simply a specification of remote calls exposed to the API consumers. An API specification can take many forms, including an International Standard, such as POSIX, vendor documentation, such as the Microsoft Windows API, or the libraries of a programming language, e.g., the Standard Template Library in C++ or the Java APIs. An API differs from an application binary interface (ABI) in that an API is source code-based while an ABI is a binary interface. For instance POSIX is an API, while the Linux Standard Base provides an ABI”. To speak plainly, an API is the messenger that runs and delivers your request to the provider you’re requesting it from, and then delivers the response back to you. To give you a familiar example, think of an API as a waiter in a restaurant. Imagine you’re sitting at the table with a menu of choices to order from, and the kitchen is the provider who will fulfill your order. What’s missing is the critical link to communicate your order to the kitchen and deliver your food back to your table. That’s where the waiter (or API) comes in. ”AHEM” The waiter takes your order, delivers it to the kitchen, and then delivers the food (or response) back to you. (Hopefully without letting your order crash if designed correctly) Now that we’ve whetted your appetite, let’s apply this to a real API example. In keeping with our theme, let’s book a flight to a culinary capital – Paris. You’re probably familiar with the process of searching for airline flights online. Just like at a restaurant, you have a menu of options to choose from ( a dropdown menu in this case). You choose a departure city and date, a return city and date, cabin class, and other variables (like meal or seating, baggage or pet requests) In order to book your flight, you interact with the airline’s website to access the airline’s database to see if any seats are available on those dates, and what the cost might be based on certain variables. But, what if you are not using the airline’s website, which has direct access to the information? What if you are using online travel service that aggregates information from many different airlines? Just like a human interacts with the airline’s website to get that information, an application interacts with the airline’s API. The API is the interface that, like your helpful waiter, runs and and delivers the data from that online travel service to the airline’s systems over the Internet. It also then takes the airline’s response to your request and delivers right back to the online travel service . And through each step of the process it facilitates that interaction between the travel service and the airline’s systems - from seat selection to payment and booking. So now you can see that it’s APIs that make it possible for us all to use travel sites. They interface with with airlines’ APIs to gather information in order to present options back to us The same goes for all interactions between applications, data and devices - they all have API’s that allow computers to operate them, and that's what ultimately creates connectivity. API’s provide a standard way of accessing any application, data or device whether it is shopping from your phone, or accessing cloud applications at work. So, whenever you think of an API, just think of it as your waiter running back and forth between applications, databases and devices to deliver data and create the connectivity that puts the world at our fingertips. And whenever you think of creating an API, think MuleSoft.
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OpenNebulaConf 2013 - rOCCI -- Providing Interoperability through OCCI 1.1 by Boris Parak
 
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Abstract: OCCI (Open Cloud Computing Interface ) [1] is an open protocol for management tasks in the cloud environment focused on integration, portability and interoperability with a high degree of extensibility. It is designed to bridge differences between various cloud platforms (or cloud middleware) and provide common ground for users and developers alike. The rOCCI framework [2], originally developed by GWDG [3], was written to simplify the implementation of the OCCI 1.1 protocol in Ruby and later provided the base for a working client and server implementation targeting OpenNebula as its primary back-end cloud platform. The initial server-side implementation provided basic functionality and served as a proof of concept when it was adopted by the EGI Federated Cloud Task Force [4] and chosen to act as the designated VM management interface. This led to further funding from EGI-InSPIRE [5] and involvement of CESNET [6]. This talk aims to provide basic information about the OCCI protocol, introduce its implementation in rOCCI, describe and/or demonstrate some of the functionality provided by rOCCI client and rOCCI-server in concert with OpenNebula. It also briefly examines its use in the EGI FedCloud environment and explores the possibility of further integration with OpenNebula as a part of the ON ecosystem or even as an integral part of OpenNebula itself in the future. All this with interoperability in mind. rOCCI dev team: Florian Feldhaus Boris Parak (CESNET) Zdenek Sustr (CESNET) Piotr Kasprzak (GWDG) Maik Srba (GWDG) [1] http://occi-wg.org/ [2] http://gwdg.github.io/rOCCI/ [3] http://www.gwdg.de/ [4] http://www.egi.eu/infrastructure/cloud/cloudtaskforce.html [5] https://www.egi.eu/about/egi-inspire/ [6] http://www.cesnet.cz/ Bio: CESNET (Czech Education and Scientific Network provider) offers long-term experience in cloud and hybrid grid/cloud solutions through NGI activities and participates in the EGI Federated Cloud Task Force as a resource and technology provider contributing a testbed based on the OpenNebula cloud management framework and exposing an OCCI service endpoint which is based on the current rOCCI-server implementation. It also runs its own private experimental HPC cloud infrastructure based on OpenNebula. Boris Parak is one of the lead developers of the rOCCI project with numerous major commits and principal author of the rOCCI client. He is also a system administrator and a member of the team responsible for designing, building, developing and maintaining CESNET's private HPC cloud — MetaCloud, as well as a member of the EGI Federated Cloud Task Force on behalf of CESNET.
Views: 367 OpenNebula
Moe Fardoost Talks Oracle Enterprise Manager
 
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Overview of the features and benefits of Oracle Enterprise Manager
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Install of PowerMedia XMS on VM(Virtual Machine): A Journey to Media Server Enlightenment
 
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In this video Dan will review the installation of the PowerMedia XMS ISO onto a virtual machine. We will cover how to register/obtain the XMS ISO, creating a properly sized virtual machine and reviewing the steps in the install process. To participate in the discussion on “Virtual Machine vs. Dedicated Server” visit the Dialogic Exchange Network at http://www.dialogic.com/den/default.aspx Download VirtualBox https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Downloads 2.3 Release Notes http://www.dialogic.com/webhelp/XMS/2.3/XMS_ReleaseNotes.pdf 2.3 Quick start Guide http://www.dialogic.com/webhelp/XMS/2.3/XMS_QuickStart.pdf If you have a question or a topic that you would like see covered please comment or contact him via the social media sources below For new episodes, subscribe here! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=dialogiccorp Follow Dialogic on Twitter https://twitter.com/Dialogic Follow Dan Wolanski on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Dan_Wolanski Visit the Dialogic Exchange Network at http://www.dialogic.com/den/default.aspx Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DialogicInc Follow Dialogic on LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/company/dialogic?trk=fc_badge Follow Dialogic on Google+: https://plus.google.com/s/Dialogic%2C%20Inc#s/Dialogic,%20Inc
Views: 753 Dialogic
Simple Client Login ReMoteDesktOp
 
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New MS Virtualization System Technology For Cloud NetWork. Simple System Center For ThinClient Zero 3D Support PlayGame (InterNet Cafe)
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Install Elastix 5.0
 
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How to Install Elastix 5.0 on VMware
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CORBA Overview | CORBA | IDL | CORBA Java
 
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Code : https://github.com/akmalzz/DC_Assignments CORBA Technology and the Java™ Platform Standard Edition The Java Platform Standard Edition, v1.4, provides an Object Request Broker (ORB) and two CORBA programming models that can utilize the Java CORBA ORB and Internet InterORB Protocol (IIOP). This topic discusses these options for creating and distributing CORBA technology. CORBA technology is an integral part of the Java platform. It consists of an Object Request Broker (ORB), APIs for the RMI programming model, and APIs for the IDL programming model. For more information on which specifications are implemented in this release of the Java platform, see the compliance document. How does Java SE leverage CORBA Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) technology is the open standard for heterogeneous computing. CORBA complements the Java™ platform by providing a distributed object framework, services to support that framework, and interoperability with other languages. The Java platform complements CORBA by providing a portable, highly productive implementation environment, and a very robust platform. By combining the Java platform with CORBA and other key enterprise technologies, the Java Platform is the ultimate platform for distributed technology solutions. CORBA standards provide the proven, interoperable infrastructure to the Java platform. IIOP (Internet Inter-ORB Protocol) manages the communication between the object components that power the system. The Java platform provides a portable object infrastructure that works on every major operating system. CORBA provides the network transparency, Java provides the implementation transparency. The Object Request Broker An Object Request Broker (ORB) is part of the Java Platform Standard Edition, since version 1.3. The ORB is a runtime component that can be used for distributed computing using IIOP communication. NOTE: Although it is true that ORBs written in different languages should be able to talk to each other, we haven't tested the interoperability of the Java ORB with other vendor's ORBs. The Object Management Group (OMG) is an industry consortium that creates and publishes specifications for CORBA. Vendors implement the specifications to produce products known as Object Request Brokers (ORB). The good news for developers is that the Java™ Platform Standard Edition, v1.2 and higher includes an ORB that is available in every deployment of the Java Platform Standard Edition. For more information, see the ORB class. The Java CORBA ORB supports both the RMI and IDL programming models, both of which can use the underlying IIOP wire-level protocol for communication. Introducing the CORBA Programming Models History of the CORBA Programming Models In 1997, Remote Method Invocation, or RMI, was introduced in JDK 1.1. Initially, RMI was positioned as a natural outgrowth of Remote Procedure Calls (RPC), strictly for enabling calls to be made between Java objects in different virtual machines, and even on different physical machines. In 1998, came JDK 1.2, which introduced Java IDL, a Java API for interoperability and integration with CORBA. Java IDL included both a Java-based ORB, which supported IIOP, and the IDL-to-Java compiler, idltojava, for generating client-side stubs and server-side code skeletons. The ORB supports both the RMI over IIOP and Java IDL programming models. In 1999, the RMI over IIOP standard extension to the Java platform was introduced for JDK 1.1.6 and 1.2. Now that RMI over IIOP is integrated into J2SE version 1.3 and higher, the optional download has been end-of-lifed, but is still available from the archives. The OMG finalized modifications of its IIOP specification so that it would support most of the JDK 1.1 functionality of RMI. RMI over IIOP was introduced as a standard extension to JDK 1.2. This enabled remote objects written in the Java programming language to be accessible from any language via IIOP. J2SE, v.1.3 introduced a new, 100% Pure Java™, IDL-to-Java compiler, idlj, along with support for IDL abstract interfaces and value types. Also in v.1.3, RMI over IIOP is included in the JDK. J2SE v.1.4, the current version, was introduced in 2001, and includes support for the Portable Object Adapter, Portable Interceptors, Interoperable Naming Service, GIOP 1.2, and Dynamic Anys. J2SE v.1.4 also includes an Object Request Broker Daemon (ORBD), which is used to enable clients to transparently locate and invoke persistent objects on servers in the CORBA environment, and servertool, which provides a command-line interface for application programmers to register, unregister, startup, and shutdown a persistent server. For more information on new features in J2SE v.1.4, see Changes in CORBA Features Between J2SE 1.3 and 1.4. Comparing the CORBA Programming Models Content : https://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/technotes/guides/idl/corba.html
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Integrating GlassFish 3.1 with WebLogic JMS using GenericJMSRA
 
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A 13 minute video demonstrating how to configure an application running in GlassFish to send/receive messages to/from WebLogic JMS. This is done using the GenericJMSRA resource adapter.
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CORBA Implementation in Java | CORBA IDL | CORBA Java Part 1
 
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Code : https://github.com/akmalzz/DC_Assignments CORBA Technology and the Java™ Platform Standard Edition The Java Platform Standard Edition, v1.4, provides an Object Request Broker (ORB) and two CORBA programming models that can utilize the Java CORBA ORB and Internet InterORB Protocol (IIOP). This topic discusses these options for creating and distributing CORBA technology. CORBA technology is an integral part of the Java platform. It consists of an Object Request Broker (ORB), APIs for the RMI programming model, and APIs for the IDL programming model. For more information on which specifications are implemented in this release of the Java platform, see the compliance document. How does Java SE leverage CORBA Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) technology is the open standard for heterogeneous computing. CORBA complements the Java™ platform by providing a distributed object framework, services to support that framework, and interoperability with other languages. The Java platform complements CORBA by providing a portable, highly productive implementation environment, and a very robust platform. By combining the Java platform with CORBA and other key enterprise technologies, the Java Platform is the ultimate platform for distributed technology solutions. CORBA standards provide the proven, interoperable infrastructure to the Java platform. IIOP (Internet Inter-ORB Protocol) manages the communication between the object components that power the system. The Java platform provides a portable object infrastructure that works on every major operating system. CORBA provides the network transparency, Java provides the implementation transparency. The Object Request Broker An Object Request Broker (ORB) is part of the Java Platform Standard Edition, since version 1.3. The ORB is a runtime component that can be used for distributed computing using IIOP communication. NOTE: Although it is true that ORBs written in different languages should be able to talk to each other, we haven't tested the interoperability of the Java ORB with other vendor's ORBs. The Object Management Group (OMG) is an industry consortium that creates and publishes specifications for CORBA. Vendors implement the specifications to produce products known as Object Request Brokers (ORB). The good news for developers is that the Java™ Platform Standard Edition, v1.2 and higher includes an ORB that is available in every deployment of the Java Platform Standard Edition. For more information, see the ORB class. The Java CORBA ORB supports both the RMI and IDL programming models, both of which can use the underlying IIOP wire-level protocol for communication. Introducing the CORBA Programming Models History of the CORBA Programming Models In 1997, Remote Method Invocation, or RMI, was introduced in JDK 1.1. Initially, RMI was positioned as a natural outgrowth of Remote Procedure Calls (RPC), strictly for enabling calls to be made between Java objects in different virtual machines, and even on different physical machines. In 1998, came JDK 1.2, which introduced Java IDL, a Java API for interoperability and integration with CORBA. Java IDL included both a Java-based ORB, which supported IIOP, and the IDL-to-Java compiler, idltojava, for generating client-side stubs and server-side code skeletons. The ORB supports both the RMI over IIOP and Java IDL programming models. In 1999, the RMI over IIOP standard extension to the Java platform was introduced for JDK 1.1.6 and 1.2. Now that RMI over IIOP is integrated into J2SE version 1.3 and higher, the optional download has been end-of-lifed, but is still available from the archives. The OMG finalized modifications of its IIOP specification so that it would support most of the JDK 1.1 functionality of RMI. RMI over IIOP was introduced as a standard extension to JDK 1.2. This enabled remote objects written in the Java programming language to be accessible from any language via IIOP. J2SE, v.1.3 introduced a new, 100% Pure Java™, IDL-to-Java compiler, idlj, along with support for IDL abstract interfaces and value types. Also in v.1.3, RMI over IIOP is included in the JDK. J2SE v.1.4, the current version, was introduced in 2001, and includes support for the Portable Object Adapter, Portable Interceptors, Interoperable Naming Service, GIOP 1.2, and Dynamic Anys. J2SE v.1.4 also includes an Object Request Broker Daemon (ORBD), which is used to enable clients to transparently locate and invoke persistent objects on servers in the CORBA environment, and servertool, which provides a command-line interface for application programmers to register, unregister, startup, and shutdown a persistent server. For more information on new features in J2SE v.1.4, see Changes in CORBA Features Between J2SE 1.3 and 1.4. Comparing the CORBA Programming Models Content : https://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/technotes/guides/idl/corba.html
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GlassFish and WebLogic JMS interoperability
 
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A 13 minute video demonstrating how to configure an application running in GlassFish to send/receive messages to/from WebLogic JMS. This is done using the GenericJMSRA resource adapter. Created by Nigel Deakin, Oracle
Views: 2361 Sparky GlassFish
How to capture packet traces on a Clustered Data ONTAP storage system
 
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https://kb.netapp.com/support/index?page=content&id=1011204 A packet trace is a capture of what is being transmitted to the network card. The pktt command controls a simple on-controller packet tracing facility. Packets can be captured into a trace buffer, then dumped to a file, or the captured data can be logged to a file. The data is stored in a 'tcpdump' format, and can be directly viewed with tcpdump, ethereal, and perhaps other viewers. The output can also be converted using the editcap program to a variety of other formats, including Sniffer, NetMon, and snoop. It is helpful to have pktt available because it can capture traffic from switched networks, and from all supported controller network media types. In addition, it is often useful to turn on pktt tracing before a controller crashes, as the packet trace can be extracted from the core file. In this video, we'll look at how this data can be captured from a Clustered ONTAP system. To learn more about NetApp's technologies that help increase storage efficiency, please visit: http://www.netapp.com/us/company/leadership/storage-efficiency/ For more discussions on Data ONTAP, OnCommand, Shelves and Drives, SnapX Products/Software, Storage Systems, visit our community at: https://forums.netapp.com/community/support Our Official YouTube Home page - https://www.youtube.com/NetAppKBTV Our Official knowledgebase site: https://kb.netapp.com/ Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/netappkb Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NetApp Tumblr: http://netappkbtv.tumblr.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8BvxE8ZB6YA
Views: 4185 NetApp KB TV
Hitachi Storage Adapter for VMware vCenter Operations Manager (vCOps)
 
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In this Product Overview you'll learn how this Hitachi storage adapter along with VMware vCenter Operations Manager provides single pane of glass management capabilities to manage physical and virtual infrastructure. It provides intuitive dashboards on top consumers, performance and capacity of Hitachi storage components. We'll then show the interface features and functionality.
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CORBA Implementation in Java | CORBA IDL | CORBA Java Part 2
 
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Code : https://github.com/akmalzz/DC_Assignments CORBA Technology and the Java™ Platform Standard Edition The Java Platform Standard Edition, v1.4, provides an Object Request Broker (ORB) and two CORBA programming models that can utilize the Java CORBA ORB and Internet InterORB Protocol (IIOP). This topic discusses these options for creating and distributing CORBA technology. CORBA technology is an integral part of the Java platform. It consists of an Object Request Broker (ORB), APIs for the RMI programming model, and APIs for the IDL programming model. For more information on which specifications are implemented in this release of the Java platform, see the compliance document. How does Java SE leverage CORBA Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA) technology is the open standard for heterogeneous computing. CORBA complements the Java™ platform by providing a distributed object framework, services to support that framework, and interoperability with other languages. The Java platform complements CORBA by providing a portable, highly productive implementation environment, and a very robust platform. By combining the Java platform with CORBA and other key enterprise technologies, the Java Platform is the ultimate platform for distributed technology solutions. CORBA standards provide the proven, interoperable infrastructure to the Java platform. IIOP (Internet Inter-ORB Protocol) manages the communication between the object components that power the system. The Java platform provides a portable object infrastructure that works on every major operating system. CORBA provides the network transparency, Java provides the implementation transparency. The Object Request Broker An Object Request Broker (ORB) is part of the Java Platform Standard Edition, since version 1.3. The ORB is a runtime component that can be used for distributed computing using IIOP communication. NOTE: Although it is true that ORBs written in different languages should be able to talk to each other, we haven't tested the interoperability of the Java ORB with other vendor's ORBs. The Object Management Group (OMG) is an industry consortium that creates and publishes specifications for CORBA. Vendors implement the specifications to produce products known as Object Request Brokers (ORB). The good news for developers is that the Java™ Platform Standard Edition, v1.2 and higher includes an ORB that is available in every deployment of the Java Platform Standard Edition. For more information, see the ORB class. The Java CORBA ORB supports both the RMI and IDL programming models, both of which can use the underlying IIOP wire-level protocol for communication. Introducing the CORBA Programming Models History of the CORBA Programming Models In 1997, Remote Method Invocation, or RMI, was introduced in JDK 1.1. Initially, RMI was positioned as a natural outgrowth of Remote Procedure Calls (RPC), strictly for enabling calls to be made between Java objects in different virtual machines, and even on different physical machines. In 1998, came JDK 1.2, which introduced Java IDL, a Java API for interoperability and integration with CORBA. Java IDL included both a Java-based ORB, which supported IIOP, and the IDL-to-Java compiler, idltojava, for generating client-side stubs and server-side code skeletons. The ORB supports both the RMI over IIOP and Java IDL programming models. In 1999, the RMI over IIOP standard extension to the Java platform was introduced for JDK 1.1.6 and 1.2. Now that RMI over IIOP is integrated into J2SE version 1.3 and higher, the optional download has been end-of-lifed, but is still available from the archives. The OMG finalized modifications of its IIOP specification so that it would support most of the JDK 1.1 functionality of RMI. RMI over IIOP was introduced as a standard extension to JDK 1.2. This enabled remote objects written in the Java programming language to be accessible from any language via IIOP. J2SE, v.1.3 introduced a new, 100% Pure Java™, IDL-to-Java compiler, idlj, along with support for IDL abstract interfaces and value types. Also in v.1.3, RMI over IIOP is included in the JDK. J2SE v.1.4, the current version, was introduced in 2001, and includes support for the Portable Object Adapter, Portable Interceptors, Interoperable Naming Service, GIOP 1.2, and Dynamic Anys. J2SE v.1.4 also includes an Object Request Broker Daemon (ORBD), which is used to enable clients to transparently locate and invoke persistent objects on servers in the CORBA environment, and servertool, which provides a command-line interface for application programmers to register, unregister, startup, and shutdown a persistent server. For more information on new features in J2SE v.1.4, see Changes in CORBA Features Between J2SE 1.3 and 1.4. Comparing the CORBA Programming Models Content : https://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/technotes/guides/idl/corba.html
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Optimizing the customer experience
 
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Ok, the demo works. Now how do you build a reliable WebRTC service that scales? Amitha will talk about techniques for ensuring reliability when dealing with WebRTC media and how to architect scalable infrastructure from day 1
How to setup mail server mailenable on Windows Server 2012 r2
 
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How to setup mail server ( MailEnable Standard Edition - Free Mail Server ) on Windows Server 2012 r2. Part 1: Setting up DNS Records for your Mail Server https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xq-CkxQV-7o Part 3: How to access mailenable webmail https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=asnVYQARNIg Part 4: How to configure email client like Outlook https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9nJj3EyhwFU
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How to Install vmware esxi 6.0
 
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What's New This release of vSphere 6.0 includes ESXi 6.0 and vCenter Server 6.0. Read about the new and enhanced features in this release in What's New in the VMware vSphere 6.0 Platform. Internationalization VMware vSphere 6.0 is available in the following languages: • English • French • German • Japanese • Korean • Simplified Chinese • Traditional Chinese Components of VMware vSphere 6.0, including vCenter Server, ESXi, the vSphere Web Client, and the vSphere Client do not accept non-ASCII input. Compatibility ESXi, vCenter Server, and vSphere Web Client Version Compatibility The VMware Product Interoperability Matrix provides details about the compatibility of current and earlier versions of VMware vSphere components, including ESXi, VMware vCenter Server, the vSphere Web Client, and optional VMware products. Check the VMware Product Interoperability Matrix also for information about supported management and backup agents before you install ESXi or vCenter Server. The vSphere Web Client is packaged with the vCenter Server. You can install the vSphere Client from the VMware vCenter autorun menu that is part of the modules ISO file.and ovf templates Hardware Compatibility for ESXi To view a list of processors, storage devices, SAN arrays, and I/O devices that are compatible with vSphere 6.0, use the ESXi 6.0 information in the VMware Compatibility Guide. Device Compatibility for ESXi To determine which devices are compatible with ESXi 6.0, use the ESXi 6.0 information in theVMware Compatibility Guide. Some devices are deprecated and no longer supported on ESXi 6.0. During the upgrade process, the device driver is installed on the ESXi 6.0 host. The device driver might still function on ESXi 6.0, but the device is not supported on ESXi 6.0. For a list of devices that are deprecated and no longer supported on ESXi 6.0, see KB 2087970. Third-Party Switch Compatibility for ESXi VMware now supports Cisco Nexus 1000V with vSphere 6.0. vSphere requires a minimum NX-OS release of 5.2(1)SV3(1.4). For more information about Cisco Nexus 1000V, see theCisco Release Notes. As in previous vSphere releases, Ciscso Nexus 1000V AVS mode is not supported. Guest Operating System Compatibility for ESXi To determine which guest operating systems are compatible with vSphere 6.0, use the ESXi 6.0 information in the VMware Compatibility Guide. Virtual Machine Compatibility for ESXi Virtual machines that are compatible with ESX 3.x and later (hardware version 4) are supported with ESXi 6.0. Virtual machines that are compatible with ESX 2.x and later (hardware version 3) are not supported. To use such virtual machines on ESXi 6.0, upgrade the virtual machine compatibility facebook page : https://www.facebook.com/elearninginfoit twitter page : https://twitter.com/RajeshS87398051 Google plus: https://plus.google.com/u/0/100036861860929870179 blogger page : https://elearninginfoit.blogspot.in youtube page : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfKY6DfQCoA4f8K_ClTcoRQ linkdin page : https://in.linkedin.com/in/rajesh-sharma-90537179
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How to do a clean install of Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Step By Step English
 
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In this video we are going to do a clean install of Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Step By Step English I hope you have enjoyed Download Windows server 2016 link: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/evalcenter/evaluate-windows-server-technical-preview Windows 2016 new features , including: Active Directory Federation Services: It is possible to configure AD FS to authenticate users stored in non-AD directories, such as X.500 compliant Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP) directories and SQL databases. Windows Defender: Windows Server Antimalware is installed and enabled by default without the GUI, which is an installable Windows feature. Remote Desktop Services: Support for OpenGL 4.4 and OpenCL 1.1, performance and stability improvements; MultiPoint Services role (see Windows MultiPoint Server) Storage Services: Central Storage QoS Policies; Storage Replicas (storage-agnostic, block-level, volume-based, synchronous and asynchronous replication using SMB3 between servers for disaster recovery). Storage Replica replicates blocks instead of files; files can be in use. It's not multi-master, not one-to-many and not transitive. It periodically replicates snapshots, and the replication direction can be changed. Failover Clustering: Cluster operating system rolling upgrade, Storage Replicas Web Application Proxy: Preauthentication for HTTP Basic application publishing, wildcard domain publishing of applications, HTTP to HTTPS redirection, Propagation of client IP address to backend applications IIS 10: Support for HTTP/2 Windows PowerShell 5.1 Windows Server Containers Networking features[edit] DHCP: As Network Access Protection was deprecated in Windows Server 2012 R2, in Windows Server 2016 the DHCP role no longer supports NAP DNS: DNS client: Service binding – enhanced support for computers with more than one network interface DNS Server: DNS policies, new DDS record types (TLSA, SPF, and unknown records), new PowerShell cmdlets and parameters Windows Server Gateway now supports Generic Routing Encapsulation (GRE) tunnels IP address management (IPAM): Support for /31, /32, and /128 subnets; discovery of file-based, domain-joined DNS servers; new DNS functions; better integration of DNS, DHCP, and IP Address (DDI) Management Network Controller: A new server role to configure, manage, monitor, and troubleshoot virtual and physical network devices and services in the datacenter Hyper-V Network virtualization: Programmable Hyper-V switch (a new building block of Microsoft's software-defined networking solution); VXLAN encapsulation support; Microsoft Software Load Balancer interoperability; better IEEE Ethernet standard compliance. Hyper-V[edit] Rolling Hyper-V cluster update: Unlike upgrading clusters from Windows 2008 R2 to 2012 level, Windows Server 2016 cluster nodes can be added to a Hyper-V Cluster with nodes running Windows Server 2012 R2. The cluster continues to function at a Windows Server 2012 R2 feature level until all of the nodes in the cluster have been upgraded and the cluster functional level has been upgraded. Storage quality of service (QoS) to centrally monitor end-to-end storage performance and create policies using Hyper-V and Scale-Out File Servers New, more efficient binary virtual machine configuration format (.VMCX extension for virtual machine configuration data and the .VMRS extension for runtime state data) Production checkpoints Hyper-V Manager: Alternate credentials support, down-level management, WS-Management protocol Integration services for Windows guests distributed through Windows Update Hot add and remove for network adapters (for generation 2 virtual machines) and memory (for generation 1 and generation 2 virtual machines) Linux secure boot Connected Standby compatibility Storage Resiliency feature of Hyper-V is formed for detecting transitory loss of connectivity to VM storage. VMs will be paused 'til the time the connectivity is re-established. RDMA compatible Virtual Switch Nano Server Microsoft announced a new installation option, Nano Server, which offers a minimal-footprint headless version of Windows Server. It excludes the graphical user interface, WoW64 (support for 32-bit software) and Windows Installer. It does not support console login, either locally or via Remote Desktop Connection. All management is performed remotely via Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI), Windows PowerShell and Remote Server Management Tools (a collection of web-based GUI and command line tools). However, in Technical Preview 5, Microsoft has re-added the ability to administer Nano Server locally through PowerShell. According to Microsoft engineer Jeffrey Snover, Nano Server has 93% lower VHD size, 92% fewer critical security advisories, and 80% fewer reboots than Windows Server. Nano Server is only available to Microsoft Software Assurance customers.
Views: 659 Free Cloud
Database vs. Directory Demo
 
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David Ting, Founder and CTO of Imprivata, discusses the differences between a database vs. directory architecture approach.
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How to install SUSE Linux Enterprise 15
 
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In this video, I am going to show how to install SUSE Linux Enterprise 15. #linux #suse #server #linuxhowto #tutorial Support the Channel on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/ribalinux Ethereum or ERC20 Tokens i gladly accept (╯✧∇✧)╯ 0xB2d7E1470818FF8D35278b45B6fefe341d2d1220 Buy Me a Coffee http://ko-fi.com/A0383T5 follow me on Steemit https://steemit.com/@ribalinux SUSE Linux Enterprise is an interoperable platform for mission-critical computing. SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop is an enterprise-quality Linux desktop that's ready for routine business use. It provides interoperability with existing systems and many office applications. It also delivers flexibility for desktop and notebook clients, thin-client devices, and high-end technical workstations. SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is designed to handle mission-critical workloads. It is an open, scalable, solution that comes with integrated Xen-based virtualization, application security, and systems management across a range of hardware architectures. SUSE Linux Enterprise Server provides interoperability with Windows and other platforms, and it provides a secure foundation for a broad range of edge, departmental and data center needs. Download https://www.suse.com/products/server/download/ Home Page http://www.suse.com/ PLEASE SUBSCRIBE AND FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER GOOGLE+ OR FACEBOOK!! IF YOU CAN PLEASE SUPPORT THE CHANNEL ON PATREON Patreon https://www.patreon.com/ribalinux Twitter https://twitter.com/ribalinux Blogger http://ribalinux.blogspot.pt/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/theribalinux Google+ https://plus.google.com/u/0/110348492032614636584/posts
Views: 4981 Riba Linux
Linux Tutorials [07] - Install BOSS Linux On Any Windows Machine
 
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BOSS stands for Bharat Operating System Solutions. It is an operating system of India. It uses GNOME Desktop. The most striking feature is the support for 18 regional languages. These includes languages such as Hindi, English, Marathi, Gujarati, Kannada, Kashmiri, Malayalam, etc. Nayan Seth will teach how BOSS Linux can be loaded on your Windows machine. Connect With Tech Barrack Solutions On - 1. YouTube - http://www.youtube.com/user/techbarrack 2. Twitter - http://www.twitter.com/techbarrack 3. Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/techbarrack 4. Email - [email protected] 5. Google Plus - https://plus.google.com/109525069375094582103
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How To Install SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 SP2
 
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In this video i am going to show How To Install SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 SP2. Support the Channel on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/ribalinux Buy Me a Coffee http://ko-fi.com/A0383T5 SUSE Linux Enterprise is an interoperable platform for mission-critical computing. SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop is an enterprise-quality Linux desktop that's ready for routine business use. It provides interoperability with existing systems and many office applications. It also delivers flexibility for desktop and notebook clients, thin-client devices, and high-end technical workstations. SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is designed to handle mission-critical workloads. It is an open, scalable, solution that comes with integrated Xen-based virtualization, application security, and systems management across a range of hardware architectures. SUSE Linux Enterprise Server provides interoperability with Windows and other platforms, and it provides a secure foundation for a broad range of edge, departmental and data center needs. http://www.suse.com/ PLEASE SUBSCRIBE AND FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER GOOGLE+ OR FACEBOOK!! IF YOU CAN PLEASE SUPPORT THE CHANNEL ON PATREON Patreon https://www.patreon.com/ribalinux Easily deploy an SSD cloud server on @DigitalOcean in 55 seconds. Sign up using my link and receive $10 in credit: https://www.digitalocean.com/?refcode=8f5da5ba306e If you have any spare bitcoins i gladly take them ;) BTC: 12uJiUz4TT5eNrjGMxpfAiKwsU5VXmESkp LTC: LR1hHyTfEXE8HBKMS5NHA8MU9BGSjG6zDu DOGE: DFa6CSZpYYboX8qFfZaV7YwiGpPbSdJPnH Twitter https://twitter.com/ribalinux Blogger http://ribalinux.blogspot.pt/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/theribalinux Google+ https://plus.google.com/u/0/110348492032614636584/posts
Views: 2900 Riba Linux
Smart and Highly Scalable Lifecycle Management for Embedded Devices
 
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M2M is a highly dynamic market and is turning ever more challenging and complex as we progress toward fulfilling the vision of the Internet of Things. There are several big challenges to overcome. While device interoperability between devices and with the cloud has already been tackled, one of the biggest challenges is the managing of the devices and its resources in the cloud as well as ensuring scalability across a wide range of intelligent, heterogeneous devices. The strongly adopted M2M-gateways based on Java/ OSGi pose another dimension to manageability, as you now need to do complete lifecycle management of the applications including the efficient and secure deployment of software components and also manage their use of resources on the embedded devices. We will present an integrated End-2-End Java/ OSGI solution addressing this, consisting of an embedded Java/ OSGI solution for the client-side and a JavaEE-based backend system. We will also show the results of a performance benchmarking of the ProSyst backend device management system (mPRM) deployed on Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud system with Oracle Exadata Database, which demonstrates an integrated backend M2M solution capable to provide real-time management and monitoring of millions of simultaneously connected devices in a very efficient and secure manner. Last not least, we will talk about concrete customer deployments and demonstrate the complete solution. For more detail see http://www.oracle.com/us/corporate/customers/customersearch/prosyst-software-1-exadata-ss-1981829.html.
Views: 270 Eclipse Foundation
How to Consume Java Web service in .Net Windows Application
 
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In This Video We Will See How to Consume Java SOAP WebService Using .Net Windows Application (Cross Platform )
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Active Directory Integration with LDAP
 
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Do you want to simplify your user management by using Windows domain accounts? When you add LDAP integration to your system, you can:  – Use the same logins on all your instances;  – Manage the user accounts centrally; – Stop worrying about synchronizing accounts between systems. In a live webinar "Active Directory Integration with LDAP" Katherine Reid, Senior Support Specialist at InterSystems, will discuss the main options for integrating your user accounts with your domain, including delegated authentication and LDAP authentication. Katherine will also walk through how you might set this up on your own system. After the webinar, you can practice what you've learned using a lab from InterSystems Documentation. See additional resources: • InterSystems Online Learning Course – https://learning.intersystems.com/course/view.php?id=931&ssoPass=1 • Discuss it on Developer Community – https://community.intersystems.com/post/webinar-june-21-active-directory-integration-ldap
Open systems: Key to Unlocking Multi-Cloud with Lyft, Juniper, Google  (Cloud Next '19)
 
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As enterprises make the shift to multi-cloud, they continue to remain concerned about how to effectively deploy, manage, secure, and monitor hybrid- and multi-cloud deployments. Traditional approaches and systems, often proprietary, are falling short in this new world because they reduce the dynamism and portability of services or don’t work in heterogeneous environments or across clouds. In this panel, we explore how open systems, open interfaces, and open source are the key to unlocking seamless multi-cloud deployments and services. Moreover, whether customers build services themselves or get managed ones from Google Cloud or partners, with open systems they are able to consume these services in a consistent manner. Open systems are also critical to enabling new business models for public cloud providers, telcos, partners, and vendors. We bring together an amazing set of panelists to deep dive into this: 1.Kelsey and Anna provide a close look at what’s driving Google Cloud to be a strong part of open source and open systems like Kubernetes, Istio, Traffic Director, gRPC, Tensorflow, and more. 2. Matt from Lyft talks about open services and making modern architectures possible in brownfield with Envoy Proxy 3. Bikash explains why Juniper made the pivot to building open systems and the benefits their customers are reaping from this approach. At the end of the panel discussion, Moderator Prajakta will recap the learnings and predictions from our panelists. Key to Unlocking Multi-Cloud & New Businesses → http://bit.ly/2WM5D6H Watch more: Next '19 Networking Sessions here → https://bit.ly/Next19Networking Next ‘19 All Sessions playlist → https://bit.ly/Next19AllSessions Subscribe to the GCP Channel → https://bit.ly/GCloudPlatform Moderator: Prajakta Joshi Panelists: Anna Berenberg, Kelsey Hightower, Bikash Koley, Matt Klein Session ID: NET100 product:Cloud Virtual Network;
SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 overview | Deliver Mission-Critical Services Reliably & Affordably
 
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In this video, i am going to show an overview of SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 and some of the applications pre-installed. #linux #suse #enterprise #gnome Support the Channel on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/ribalinux Ethereum or ERC20 Tokens i gladly accept (╯✧∇✧)╯ 0xB2d7E1470818FF8D35278b45B6fefe341d2d1220 Buy Me a Coffee http://ko-fi.com/A0383T5 follow me on Steemit https://steemit.com/@ribalinux SUSE Linux Enterprise is an interoperable platform for mission-critical computing. SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop is an enterprise-quality Linux desktop that's ready for routine business use. It provides interoperability with existing systems and many office applications. It also delivers flexibility for desktop and notebook clients, thin-client devices, and high-end technical workstations. SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is designed to handle mission-critical workloads. It is an open, scalable, solution that comes with integrated Xen-based virtualization, application security, and systems management across a range of hardware architectures. SUSE Linux Enterprise Server provides interoperability with Windows and other platforms, and it provides a secure foundation for a broad range of edge, departmental and data center needs. Download https://www.suse.com/products/server/download/ Home Page http://www.suse.com/ PLEASE SUBSCRIBE AND FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER GOOGLE+ OR FACEBOOK!! IF YOU CAN PLEASE SUPPORT THE CHANNEL ON PATREON Patreon https://www.patreon.com/ribalinux Twitter https://twitter.com/ribalinux Blogger http://ribalinux.blogspot.pt/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/theribalinux Google+ https://plus.google.com/u/0/110348492032614636584/posts
Views: 4191 Riba Linux
Should I Learn XHTML or HTML5?
 
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Should I learn XHTML or HTML5? HTML was the first programming language for creating webpages. I know, and HTML 5 is the latest and greatest version of that. But I've heard I should learn XHTML instead. XHTML is a more precise version of HTML 4. However, it was never as popular as HTML 4. I thought programmers loved precise programming languages. Not if it is a pain in the butt to code and debug. It's a rather unforgiving software language, such as the convoluted implementation of the doctype definition. I guess that's why HTML5 is the world wide web consortium standard. The two aren't complete opposites. For example, HTML5 picked up the validation support XHTML had. I heard HTML5 has stricter coding standards than HTML 4. In that regard, it copied from XHTML. The Wild West nature of the internet made it seem like anyone could design any type of code and put something online, but that was a nightmare when you want interoperability. The hard part of HTML5 is having to learn CSS for so many things. HTML5 delegates visual layout of a page to CSS and JavaScript for client side programs. Why would anyone bother to learn XHTML these days? It makes it easier to understand XML technologies like RSS. That does make sense. Another reason is that no browser supports the entire HTML5 specification, which leaves a lot of room for XHTML. Then I should learn HTML 5 for website design, CSS for creating mobile ready websites and JavaScript for all the apps. And ignore XHTML altogether. Or learn Wordpress to throw together sites that don't rely on HTML at all. Putting some version of HTML on my resume is useful. Wordpress expert is another way of saying I have a blog.
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New JMS features in GlassFish 4.0 - London GlassFish User Group
 
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Presentation by Nigel Deakin (Oracle) delivered at the first London GlassFish User Group (GUG) event on the 18th of September 2013. Join GUG on Meetup: http://www.meetup.com/GlassFish-User-Group/events/130184872/ London GUG is organised and sponsored by C2B2 - The Leading Independent Middleware Experts http://www.c2b2.co.uk/glassfish-support-server-hosting Talk Description: GlassFish 4.0 is the application server to support the new Java EE 7 standard. One of the most significant components of Java EE 7 is JMS 2.0, which is the first revision to the JMS (Java Message Service) API for over a decade and which introduces a new and much simpler API. This talk will review the new features of JMS 2.0 and other recent messaging-related changes in GlassFish 4.0. Speaker Nigel Deakin is a Principal Member of Technical Staff at Oracle. In addition to being a developer on GlassFish Message Queue he was specification lead for JMS 2.0 and the main author of the JMS 2.0 specification.
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SIP Integration with Cisco Products
 
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Businesses get a huge benefit from moving to SIP. Not only in the cost savings going from PRI to SIP. But now the ability to route calls over their network and take outbound calls from the past and now put them across their network. It allows for efficiency in communications across those sites. Even today what's happening a lot is now applications are using that SIP connectivity; so desktop sharing, video, etc. all goes over the SIP connection. So if I want to implement Cisco Spark, and I want these new Spark Boards or video endpoints from Cisco, how do I do that effectively? SIP helps me do that because I can implement Spark Boards at various locations and if I configure SIP properly that's going to be a quality experience every time. What Continuant does with our support services at our service desk and our managed service environment. We not only manage the components of the SIP infrastructure from the SBC all the way down to the endpoint, and the controllers of the Spark Board. We will help you by ensuring that the calls launch properly, ensuring that your connection is a quality connection. We can see the call happening live and see the quality of that call to troubleshoot even before you are off the call. It's a tremendous value to a customer for us to be able to jump in and solve problems as they are happening.
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OpenStack in the Enterprise
 
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Enterprise requires complex solutions with existing infrastructure, vendors, High Availability, Scalability and Interoperability across multiple complex environments. Business drives the need to achieve operational efficiency, customer focus, scale and competitiveness. The challenge for enterprise is to deliver this in a bi-modal environment: evolving from traditional networks to supporting policy based "anything as a se…Full session details here: http://awe.sm/r9Ekr
The F# Path to Relaxation by Don Syme
 
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Born in a lab, matured in the enterprise, and now fully baked as an open-source, cross-platform, professionally-supported language: the F# journey has always been about reconciling the apparently irreconcilable. Javascript and .NET, Linux and Windows, Functional and Objects, Company and Openness, Android and iOS, Programming and Data, Server and Client - F# finds a way. Come along and take a journey with me through the modern programming landscape and the F# approach to language design, interoperability, tooling and community.
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Sky Infotechnology Java Program
 
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The J2EE platform takes advantage of many features off the Java 2 Platform, standard Edition (J2SE), such as "Write once, Run Anywhere" Portability, JDBC API for data base access, CORBA technology for interaction With existing enterprise resources, and a security model that protects data even in internet application. Building on this base, the Java 2 platform, Enterprises Edition adds full support for Enterprises JavaBeans components, Java servlets API, Java server pages and XML technology. The J2EE standard includes Complete specification and compliance tests to ensure portability of applications Across the wide range of existing enterprise systems capable of supporting the J2EE platform. In addition, the J2EE specification now ensures Web services Interoperability through support for the WS-1 Basic Profile. Sky Infotech provides complete training in Java.
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Database Month NYC 2013: Making Data Integration Fast and Simple
 
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Moving the data from one platform to another, for BI or data migration, is often rife with challenges. One has to often contend with lots of custom scripting, work through a myriad of old and new sources and targets, and put up with outdated, batch-oriented processes such as ETL. "Big Data" often becomes a "Big Headache". Here attendees learn how to drive real-time reporting and changes, simplify set up and configuration for data integration from multiple sources, and speed the loading of major platforms such as Oracle, Microsoft SQL Server, HP Vertica, Pivotal Greenplum, Teradata, and Amazon Redshift. Attunity Director of Technical Services, Richard Thomas, examines these topics and more. He also shows a live demo of a fast and simple data integration for the widest sets of sources and targets in the industry using Attunity Replicate. Richard Thomas, Director of Technical Services, Attunity With nearly 30 years of database and data integration experience to his credit, Richard Thomas is a seasoned industry veteran. In his current role as Director of Technical Services at Attunity, Richard introduces, designs, recommends, and supports implementation of Attunity data integration solutions and acts as the lead technical liaison for pre- and post-sales activities at the company. Before joining Attunity in 1988, Richard held positions at NCR developing MRP products, and has also worked in IBM's PC div, and at Shan's Teaching Hospital, both in FL. Richard earned his BS in Computer Science from the University of Florida, and often shares his expertise speaking at industry conferences and events around the world.
Views: 147 Attunity, Inc.
Weblogic Online Tutorial, Weblogic Online Training,Weblogic Online Training In India,Oracle Weblogic
 
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Weblogic Online Tutorial , Weblogic Online Training , Weblogic Online Training From India, Weblogic Training Online Best Weblogic Online Training in India by well experienced and real time experts. Srihitha Technologies provides the best Weblogic online training from India by Weblogic experts. for more details call 9885144200 / 9394799566. visit www.srihithatechnologies.com for Weblogic online training demo information. Oracle Weblogic is server software application which is a part of Oracle Fusion Middleware suite. WebLogic is a leading e-commerce online transaction processing (OLTP) platform, which is developed to connect users in a distributed computing environment and to facilitate the integration of mainframe applications with distributed corporate data and applications. It runs on a middle tier, between back-end databases and related applications and browser-based thin clients. Oracle WebLogic Server is a Java EE application server currently developed by Oracle Corporation. J2EE is the standard platform used to create Java-based multi-tier enterprise applications. Because of the applications of J2EE are standardized modules, WebLogic can automate many system-level tasks that would otherwise have demanded programming time. Oracle WebLogic Server forms part of Oracle Fusion Middleware portfolio and supports Oracle, DB2, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL Enterprise and other JDBC-compliant databases. Oracle WebLogic Platform also includes: * JRockit, a custom JVM. * A portal that includes Commerce Server and Personalization Server WebLogic Integration * WebLogic Workshop, an Eclipse IDE for Java, SOA and Rich Internet Applications * WebLogic Server includes .NET interoperability. What is Weblogic And Why It Is Used?, what is Weblogic?, Weblogic tutorial for beginners, Weblogic tutorial, What Is Weblogic Tutorial?, what is Weblogic definition, what is Weblogic used for, what is Weblogic Course, Weblogic online training, Weblogic online classes, Weblogic online training youtube, Weblogic online training classes, Weblogic online training institute, Weblogic online training in hyderabad, Weblogic online training in india, Weblogic online lectures,Weblogic Online Tutorial,Weblogic Online Training,Weblogic Online Training From India, Weblogic ,Weblogic Online Training, Weblogic Online Training From India,Weblogic Training,Weblogic Online Tutorial,Weblogic Online Training,Weblogic Online Training From India,Weblogic Training Online,Learn Weblogic
Wyse Thin OS Network Configuration
 
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Wyse Thin OS Network Configuration Example and Demonstration Learn more about Wyse Thin OS at: http://www.wyse.com/products/software/os
Views: 130072 Dell Wyse
openEHR Day - November 22, 2017 - Introduction and keynote "The Postmodern EHR"
 
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Introduction, Jon Hoeksma CEO at Digital Health Intelligence Keynote: "The Postmodern EHR", Tomaz Gornik, CEO, Marand d.o.o. Want to learn more about Think!EHR Platform™ click here: http://bit.ly/2B8hepJ
Views: 1501 Better
Kaltura Player: White Labeling (tutorial)
 
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A step-by-step video guide on how to create a Kaltura player with your own logo. Customize and brand your video player. For additional tutorials and guides visit the Kaltura Knowledge Center: http://goo.gl/rQWof Codes to use: 1.kalturaLogo.visible=false&kalturaLogo.includeInLayout=false 2.mylogo.plugin=true&mylogo.className=Watermark&mylogo.width=[WidthInPx]&mylogo.height=[HeightInPx]&mylogo.watermarkPath=[LogoPath]&mylogo.watermarkClickPath=[LogoLandingPageURL]&mylogo.position=after&mylogo.relativeTo=kalturaLogo -Start Your Free Trial Today! -http://corp.kaltura.com/free-trial -Visit our knowledge center for more manuals and documentation http://knowledge.kaltura.com/ -Check out other tutorials and videos- http://training.kaltura.com/ 10 Reasons to Choose Kaltura (http://corp.kaltura.com/) -We provide a framework for developing video applications. It's so much more than a video management application. -Get off-the-shelf video apps at the Kaltura Exchange, our application marketplace. Visit the Exchange » http://exchange.kaltura.com/ -You choose the type of deployment: SaaS, On-Prem or on the Cloud. No other vendor offers you the freedom to decide. Learn about our deployment options » http://corp.kaltura.com/Products/Deployment-Options -The Open Source advantage. Forget proprietary, closed code systems that lock you in. Our open-source or commercial licenses offer freedom, control, and affordability. -Our developer community. With so many talented folks contributing, we can boast an unmatched pace of innovation and interoperability with third party solutions. Visit our community site » http://www.kaltura.org/ -User engagement and social features. Including video upload, recording, annotation, moderation, sharing, rating, Facebook integration and apps, Twitter integration, and much, much more. -Not just video. Manage all your rich-media including images, audio, documents, and of course, video. -Your content delivered to any device, anywhere, anytime. Full support for online media across devices, including mobile devices and connected TVs, all browsers and operating systems. -A proven track record. We're committed to your success -- just ask HBO, ABC, Paramount, Harvard University, NYU, UPenn, Ikea, Texas Instruments and others. View our customers » https://corp.kaltura.com/content/highlighted-customers -We care about video, and about addressing your business challenges related to video.
Views: 1594 Kaltura
Oracle in Focus: Cloud, Infrastructure, Database and Platform (CXOTalk #261)
 
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What is Oracle and where do its software, database, and cloud products stand today in relation to cloud technology and big data? Three prominent analysts – Mike Fauscette, chief research officer at G2 Crowd; Liz Forrester, vice president and primary analyst at Forrester; and Neil Ward-Dutton, co-founder and research director at MDW Advisors – talk with CXOTalk to place Oracle in focus. For more information see, https://www.cxotalk.com/episode/oracle-focus-industry-analysts-view Fauscette is the chief research officer at G2 Crowd, a platform and community where people can connect and share experiences about business software. Fauscette previously spent ten years as an executive and senior analyst at technology market research firm IDC, where he led worldwide business software research. He is also a published author, blogger, photographer and accomplished public speaker on emerging trends in business software, business modernization and customer experience strategies. Herbert focuses on the technology services industry, helping clients navigate this fast-changing market and maximize the business value of their technology investments. As a principal analyst, she helps clients understand the key dynamics in the enterprise application services market and make smart technology sourcing decisions. Specific topics of focus include SaaS, SAP and Oracle Services, and services for cloud and mobile. She also advises technology and technology services vendors on market dynamics, buyer demands, competitive landscape, and go-to-market. Ward-Dutton is MWD Advisors' co-founder and Research Director, and is one of Europe’s most experienced and high-profile IT industry analysts. His areas of expertise include business process management (BPM), enterprise architecture (EA), Cloud computing and digital strategy. He also acts as an advisor to large organizations across a range of sectors and industries, including leading technology vendors. From the transcript: What are you seeing in the market with respect to Oracle today? Liz Herbert: (00:05:52) Sure. One of the things we've seen is that, like you said, they're one of the largest technology suppliers out there, and sometimes that means they're not the fastest. They don't necessarily take risks the way that some smaller and more startup-type companies do. For example, it's well known that Oracle was a bit late to the overall cloud competition that we see looming large in today's applications market, as well as platforms and infrastructure. (00:06:17) That said, when they invest, they go big. One of the things that's been notable about Oracle is that, where they're jumping into a new area of customer demand, they're able to put a significant amount of investment behind it. In fact, there's something very unique about the company, which we haven't really talked much about yet, but because Larry Ellison owns such a substantial part of the overall company, they're able to take decisions in a way that many other public companies of their size would not be able to. Neil Ward-Dutton: (00:08:45) Now on the platform side of things, fundamentally, my view is that Oracle's strategy is kind of defensive, but that's not necessarily a bad thing, nor is it surprising. Its position and its strategy is fundamentally about realizing that the center of gravity for the foreseeable future for new investments is going to be cloud. It's all about being there when customers want them to be there, to kind of minimize opportunities for customers to go anywhere else, to make sure that they always have something that they can offer customers when customers go to town and want to do things. Mike Fauscette: (00:21:48) I think it's an interesting point to say that customers and business, in general, change. We know, and you hear people talk about digital transformation. We think about platforms, and we think about this new way technology plays in business. It's much more into a competitive differentiator, a competitive advantage. It's something that companies that jump ahead can really leapfrog competition by using technology and people in the right sort of combinations. (00:22:22) Fundamentally, the way that companies think of what they want from the technology has started to shift. Now there's the conservative middle that'll follow that isn't out on the edge yet. You think about companies like Oracle, Salesforce, and others that have to be able to work in that environment. They have a business they have to maintain and, at the same time, they want to start to help those customers shift, move in the directions, and have the things available that can help them do that.
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Odigo: The Cloud-Based Solution to Manage Multichannel Customers' Interactions
 
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http://www.capgemini.com/odigoforbanks http://www.capgemini.com/digitalbanking Odigo is a cloud-based solution which intelligently routes customer contacts to the most suitable resources for handling them, regardless of the channel used (voice, email, chat, social, mobile).
Views: 612 Capgemini
SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 SP2 overview | Deliver Mission-Critical Services Reliably & Affordably
 
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In this video i am going to show a overview of SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 SP2 and some of the applications pre-installed. Support the Channel on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/ribalinux Buy Me a Coffee http://ko-fi.com/A0383T5 SUSE Linux Enterprise is an interoperable platform for mission-critical computing. SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop is an enterprise-quality Linux desktop that's ready for routine business use. It provides interoperability with existing systems and many office applications. It also delivers flexibility for desktop and notebook clients, thin-client devices, and high-end technical workstations. SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is designed to handle mission-critical workloads. It is an open, scalable, solution that comes with integrated Xen-based virtualization, application security, and systems management across a range of hardware architectures. SUSE Linux Enterprise Server provides interoperability with Windows and other platforms, and it provides a secure foundation for a broad range of edge, departmental and data center needs. http://www.suse.com/ PLEASE SUBSCRIBE AND FOLLOW ME ON TWITTER GOOGLE+ OR FACEBOOK!! IF YOU CAN PLEASE SUPPORT THE CHANNEL ON PATREON Patreon https://www.patreon.com/ribalinux Easily deploy an SSD cloud server on @DigitalOcean in 55 seconds. Sign up using my link and receive $10 in credit: https://www.digitalocean.com/?refcode=8f5da5ba306e If you have any spare bitcoins i gladly take them ;) BTC: 12uJiUz4TT5eNrjGMxpfAiKwsU5VXmESkp LTC: LR1hHyTfEXE8HBKMS5NHA8MU9BGSjG6zDu DOGE: DFa6CSZpYYboX8qFfZaV7YwiGpPbSdJPnH Twitter https://twitter.com/ribalinux Blogger http://ribalinux.blogspot.pt/ Facebook https://www.facebook.com/theribalinux Google+ https://plus.google.com/u/0/110348492032614636584/posts
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New Wyse 3040 Thin Client
 
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The Wyse 3040 thin client is Dell’s lightest, smallest and most power-efficient thin client, offering superb performance and manageability for task and basic productivity users. It is the industry’s first entry-level Intel x86-based quad-core thin client, delivering robust connectivity options and a choice of Wyse ThinOS or ThinLinux operating systems. Compatible with Citrix, Microsoft and VMware virtual workspace environments, the Wyse 3040 thin client provides a cost-effective endpoint solution that is highly secure, yet easy to deploy and manage. This thin client is ideal for customers across a range of industries, including highly-regulated sectors such as retail, finance, healthcare and education.
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MQTT and OPC-UA Bridging
 
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More information and source available here: https://bitbucket.org/fixitchris/fournine-iot-platform/wiki/Home
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Microsoft Azure vs. Amazon AWS - Deep Dive Training - Which one to select?
 
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Microsoft Azure vs. Amazon AWS - Deep Dive into Features and Functionalities Amazon owns the largest data centers in the world. They are located in 9 regions around the world: 3 in the US and 6 scattered strategically around the globe. A tenth one is coming up in China exclusively for that market and will be completely isolated from the others to placate Chinese concerns about US government spying, which have of course been heightened following the Edward Snowden revelations. In 2013 Amazon also won a coveted contract to create GovCloud, a private cloud expressly for the U.S. government. Because of Amazon's dominance in the cloud services market, we've created a 2-part post on using GuardRail with Amazon AWS EC2, so be sure to check it out. Azure isn’t anywhere near the size of AWS, but Microsoft has been working hard to match Amazon’s services and flexibility. For example in early 2014 Azure begun offering the data storage redundancy across data center regions – a feature dubbed Zone Redundant Storage (ZRS). It also introduced a new ‘Basic’ service level that removes auto-scaling and load balancing for those clients who don’t require such services, such as those running test environments and batch processing applications. For Windows-centric development or hosting, Azure offers slightly better options – Visual Studio, .NET and Windows programming languages such as VB and Visual C++ are all fully supported and well integrated. On the other hand, Azure also suffers because of Microsoft’s sometimes non-standard quirks. This is especially true for Internet Explorer and the problems it causes web developers. Others are problems with the Web Roles feature (equivalent to AWS’s Elastic Beanstalk) and Microsoft’s own Silverlight interface, which sometimes has interoperability problems with several browsers. Pricing for cloud services is notorious for its difficulty when trying to do an apples-to-apples comparison. The reason for this is the differences in configuration and measuring of computing units, not to mention the differences in the myriad services offered – compute, storage, database, traffic and so on. As an estimation, an AWS m3.large instance (21 CPU, 3.75 GB memory) costs $0.133/hour. The closest equivalent on Microsoft is the Medium VM (2 x 1.6GHz CPU, 3.5GB RAM) and costs $0.45/hour. Despite the tit-for-tat price cuts, Azure still seems to be more expensive than AWS for computing, but the former also offers good discounts for upfront, long-term payments. The same comparison difficulty also affects performance, though to a lesser extent. Performance comparison is also significantly affected by the location of the vendor’s nearest data center in relation to the tester. This is good news for Amazon with its several strategically placed data centers worldwide and especially in North America. Read a more in depth performance comparison here. And for an overview and comparison of cloud service providers, check out our cloud service provider roundup. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Google Compute Cloud (GCP) - Lab Session on creating Windows Server Instance" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mq5OeuMxz4Y -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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How to Create Volume in Infoscale Storage
 
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How to Create Volume in Infoscale Storage http://aikitsupport.com InfoScale Storage supports a diverse range of storage devices, operating systems and virtualization technologies enabling you to provision and manage storage using a single management tool independent of hardware types. We work closely with various vendors on interoperability to help ensure trouble-free operation. Facebook : https://www.facebook.com/AIKITSupport/ Twitter : https://twitter.com/AIKITSupport
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High Availability and Site Disaster Recovery Solutions with VMware | vSAN
 
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Learn how a vSAN stretched cluster and vSphere HA provide resiliency against entire site failure and provide disaster recovery with vSAN and Site Recovery Manager. VMware vCenter Server™, vSphere, and vSAN collectively create the best platform for running and managing virtual machine workloads requiring predictable performance and rapid data recovery in the event of a disaster. To get more information, visit: http://bit.ly/vSAN_pp. VMware Site Recovery Manager (SRM) https://www.vmware.com/products/site-recovery-manager.html
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Brocade Solid State Ready at vmworld 2014 – Pure Storage booth Session
 
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The Brocade Solid State Ready (SSR) program is a comprehensive testing and configuration initiative to verify Fibre Channel and Ethernet fabric (iSCSI and NAS) network interoperability with all-flash and hybrid storage arrays. It provides a holistic approach to quality that leverages the expertise, proven testing methodologies, and tools of engineering teams across multiple storage vendors to deliver the highest quality solutions. Benefits include: • Provides assurance in deploying mission critical applications on Solid State Ready solutions • Enables enterprises to maximizes performance for any workload in a virtualized datacenter • Delivers the highest levels of support across multiple Storage vendors Learn More: www.brocade.com
PowerMedia™ XMS 2.4 Features - Part 2 - J2MSE
 
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This is part two of the video series where we review the new features included in the PowerMedia™ XMS 2.4 release. For part one - https://youtu.be/jbcKqIawPpw?list=PLm0LzD7zgzpFfXgu3zPQ3ExBZLeNqYjG_ Features covered in this release: Sip Preconditions - https://youtu.be/9IU5wVvXAew?t=42 Sip DNS Support - https://youtu.be/9IU5wVvXAew?t=182 SDES SRTP Supprt - https://youtu.be/9IU5wVvXAew?t=240 VXML Video Support - https://youtu.be/9IU5wVvXAew?t=391 2.4 Download - http://www.dialogic.com/en/products/downloads/xms/xms.aspx 2.4 Release Notes - http://www.dialogic.com/webhelp/XMS/2.4/XMS_ReleaseNotes.pdf To see all links referenced in this please visit the Full article on the Dialogic DEN http://www.dialogic.com/den/developers/b/developers-blog/archive/2015/06/17/powermedia-xms-2-4-features-part-2-j2mse.aspx ===================== For new episodes, subscribe Here! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=dialogiccorp Follow Dialogic on Twitter https://twitter.com/Dialogic Follow Dan Wolanski on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Dan_Wolanski Visit the Dialogic Exchange Network at http://www.dialogic.com/den/default.aspx Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DialogicInc Follow Dialogic on Linkden: http://www.linkedin.com/company/dialogic?trk=fc_badge Follow Dialogic on Google+: https://plus.google.com/s/Dialogic%2C%20Inc#s/Dialogic,%20Inc
Views: 110 Dialogic
70-341 – Core Test Solutions Exam Exchange Server Questions
 
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For Microsoft 70-341 Test Questions and Answers Please Visit: https://www.PassEasily.com/70-341.htm Exam Section 1 - Plan, install, configure, and manage transport Questions (Test Coverage 25%) Exam Section 2 - Install, configure, and test manage the mailbox role Questions (Test Coverage 25%) Exam Section 3 - Plan, install, configure, and test manage client access Questions (Test Coverage 25%) Exam Section 4 - Design and manage an Test Exchange infrastructure Questions (Test Coverage 25%) (Exam Time) : 90 minutes (Number of Test Questions): 180 (70-337 Passing Score): 60% A. Design Enterprise Voice topology • Design mediation server collocation or placement for the 70-337 , gateways, trunks, voice resiliency test, mediation server dependencies exam, and voice usage and traffic. • Design call routing questions. • Design dial plans test, routes, normalisation, voice policies exam, basic emergency dialling and notification questions, and PSTN usages. • Design voice interoperability to PSTN Test. • Define SIP trunk capacity requirements exam; design multiple media gateway support, trunk configuration questions; define outbound translation rules exam, inbound dial plan test; qualify technology options from UCOIP Questions. • Design voice applications test. • Design call park exam, response group delegation model test, response group workflows; determine correct usage of private line and vacant number announcements for the 70-337. • Design unified messaging questions. • Design UM dial plans test, normalisation rules, UM auto-attendant exam, subscriber access, UM outbound dialling, and UM placement and capacity questions. B. Design for network optimisation • Assess network requirements test; plan for optimal conferencing traffic, capacity, Edge placement exam, QOS support; estimate network usage questions. • Plan network services for Lync. • Plan Location Information Services Exam (LIS), Call Admission Control (CAC) for voice, Call Admission Control Test(CAC) for video; define port requirements for internal and external services; plan for Media Bypass Questions. • Configure network services for Lync Exam. • Configure Location Information Services Exam (LIS) for the 70-337, Call Admission Control (CAC) for voice, Call Admission Control Test(CAC) for video, DHCP for phone edition questions, QOS, and media bypass. C. Configure voice applications • Configure call park questions, Response Group workflows test, Response Group queues, private line, and vacant number announcements exam. • Configure call routing questions. • Configure dial plans test, routes, trunks; apply voice policies, PSTN usages, and emergency dialling exam. • Configure unified messaging for Lync. • Configure UM dial plans test, the normalisation rules, UM auto-attendant, subscriber access, and call answering rules exam. D. Plan Lync Online hybrid solution • Plan for Lync Online hybrid dependencies exam, SIP namespace, corporate access to Lync Online Test, and capacity (network and Lync Online service); configure Edge server for federation with Lync Online Questions; analyse business and user requirements. • Migrate to Lync Online Exam. • Configure clients for Lync Online Test; enable or move users to Lync Online; create a hybrid voice dial plan; migrate user settings to Lync Online Questions; administer Lync Online native and Lync Online hybrid. • Diagnose connectivity in a Lync Online Test hybrid environment. • Confirm DNS records Test; choose test CMDLETs; analyse signalling and media call flow exam; validate connectivity; use Microsoft Online Services Diagnostics and Logging Support Toolkit Questions. • Administer online UM Exam. • Configure DNS Records Test; configure Edge Server for integration Questions; create and configure UM dial plan; manage and assign Hosted Voice Mail policies Exam; enable users for Hosted Voice Mail for the 70-337; create Contact Objects for Hosted Voice Mail.