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For Sale – MacBook Pro 15 Late 2018 & LG 27″ 5k Monitor

Upgraded to the 2019 model, so no longer require the 2018.

It’s a highly specced model with:

Top spec core i9 6-core 2.9GHz
Radeon Pro 560X
32GB DDR4 2400MHz
2TB SSD
Space Gray

Plus applecare, expiry July 2021

All in good working order, only exception being two cosmetic marks at the front of the unit. Other than these two marks, it is in perfect condition. No chassis scratches I can see, screen spotless, Touch Bar spotless, keyboard clean and no issues, touchpad spotless, wrist rests spotless etc etc…

Comes with original box & accesories.

Original purchase price £4,409 for the laptop & £329 for AppleCare.

Asking price £2,000 plus shipping. Collection / meet in London preferred.

Apple asking £3279 for the same model refurbished without AppleCare – LINK – so a saving of £600 to compensate for the light cosmetic damage.

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Also selling LG 27″ 5k Monitor

Don’t have the space for this anymore, otherwise it’s a great piece of kit…

Only used a few days. Bought in November 2018, warranty until Nov 2021.

Perfect condition. No box, so collection only or personal delivery can be arranged within reasonable distances or near where I’m travelling.

Asking price is £600

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Price and currency: £2030 / £600
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT
Location: Blackfriars, London
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For Sale – MacBook Pro 15 Late 2018 & LG 27″ 5k Monitor

Upgraded to the 2019 model, so no longer require the 2018.

It’s a highly specced model with:

Top spec core i9 6-core 2.9GHz
Radeon Pro 560X
32GB DDR4 2400MHz
2TB SSD
Space Gray

Plus applecare, expiry July 2021

All in good working order, only exception being two cosmetic marks at the front of the unit. Other than these two marks, it is in perfect condition. No chassis scratches I can see, screen spotless, Touch Bar spotless, keyboard clean and no issues, touchpad spotless, wrist rests spotless etc etc…

Comes with original box & accesories.

Original purchase price £4,409 for the laptop & £329 for AppleCare.

Asking price £2,000 plus shipping. Collection / meet in London preferred.

Apple asking £3279 for the same model refurbished without AppleCare – LINK – so a saving of £600 to compensate for the light cosmetic damage.

IMG_8831 by CosmicLogos, on Flickr

IMG_0404 by CosmicLogos, on Flickr

IMG_5346 by CosmicLogos, on Flickr

IMG_0679 by CosmicLogos, on Flickr

IMG_4427 by CosmicLogos, on Flickr

IMG_2054 by CosmicLogos, on Flickr

IMG_4365 by CosmicLogos, on Flickr

Also selling LG 27″ 5k Monitor

Don’t have the space for this anymore, otherwise it’s a great piece of kit…

Only used a few days. Bought in November 2018, warranty until Nov 2021.

Perfect condition. No box, so collection only or personal delivery can be arranged within reasonable distances or near where I’m travelling.

Asking price is £600

IMG_4924 by CosmicLogos, on Flickr

Price and currency: £2030 / £600
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT
Location: Blackfriars, London
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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Microsoft and ENGIE announce innovative renewable initiatives – Stories

CHICAGO – Sept. 24, 2019 – Microsoft Corp. and ENGIE today announced both an innovative, long-term solar and wind energy power purchase agreement (PPA) that provides 24/7 supply in the United States and implementation of Darwin, an energy software developed by ENGIE using the intelligent cloud services of Microsoft Azure to optimize performance of ENGIE’s wind, solar, and hybrid (wind + solar) renewable assets worldwide.

The hybrid renewable deal will see Microsoft purchase a total of 230 MW from two ENGIE projects in Texas, bringing Microsoft’s renewable energy portfolio to more than 1,900 MW. Microsoft will purchase the majority of the output from the new 200 MW Las Lomas wind project, which will be located in Starr & Zapata Counties in south Texas. Microsoft will also purchase 85 MW from the 200 MW Anson Solar Center project, which will be built in in Jones County in central Texas. Both projects will be operated by ENGIE and are expected to come on-line in January 2021.

“ENGIE’s ambition is to work with our customers and communities to lead the transition to a zero-carbon world,” said Isabelle Kocher, CEO of ENGIE. “We are proud to support Microsoft in its plan to increasingly meet its energy needs with renewable power, and to do so in a highly customized way to meet 24/7 demand over many years.”

The relationship between ENGIE and Microsoft will not only produce more clean energy in the United States, it also creates an example for how customers can procure it. This PPA includes an innovative volume firming agreement (VFA) that will convert the intermittent renewable energy supply into a fixed 24/7 power solution aligned with Microsoft’s energy needs.

In addition, ENGIE and Microsoft are advancing the digital transformation of the renewable energy sector. ENGIE’s Darwin software, currently deployed on more than 15,000 MW of assets globally, enables real-time plant monitoring and control, reporting, forecasting, performance monitoring and predictive maintenance, among many other benefits. Darwin relies on the latest Microsoft Azure intelligent cloud technologies such as IoT and artificial intelligence, including machine learning and cognitive services. Darwin has already enabled ENGIE to increase plant availability and to enhance production performance of up to a few percent on some of its assets.

With renewable energy expected to be the largest single source of electricity growth in the next five years, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA), these kinds of data-driven solutions will become increasingly important. ENGIE alone has a program to build approximately 9,000 MW of new renewable energy projects from 2019–2021 globally, with 2,500 MW of new renewable capacity planned for North America. The company has an additional 10,000 MW of wind and solar projects in its broader development pipeline in the U.S. and Canada.

“Procuring more renewable energy helps transform our operations, but when we pair that with Microsoft’s leading cloud and AI tools, we can transform the world,” said Carlo Purassanta, area vice president, Microsoft France. “This agreement with ENGIE is an exciting step toward a low-carbon future, driven by capital investments and enabled by data.”

About ENGIE

We are a leading world group that provides low-carbon energy and services. To tackle the climate emergency facing us all, our aim is to become the world leader in the zero-carbon energy transition “as a service” for our customers. We use our expertise in our key business areas (renewables, gas, services) to provide competitive and bespoke solutions. With our 160,000 employees, our clients, our partners, and our stakeholders, together we form a community of imaginative builders, striving every day to bring about a more harmonious form of progress. www.engie.com The Group is listed on the Paris and Brussels stock exchanges (ENGI) and is represented in the main financial indices (CAC 40, DJ Euro Stoxx 50, Euronext 100, FTSE Eurotop 100, MSCI Europe) and non-financial indices (DJSI World, DJSI Europe and Euronext Vigeo Eiris – World 120, Eurozone 120, Europe 120, France 20, CAC 40 Governance).

About Microsoft

Microsoft (Nasdaq “MSFT” @microsoft) enables digital transformation for the era of an intelligent cloud and an intelligent edge. Its mission is to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more.

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Microsoft Redmond campus modernization – Construction update – Stories

Since we kicked off demolition in January 2019, there has been great progress on the Redmond campus modernization project. Check out the timelapse below to see some of the work that has been done thus far.

Credit: Skycatch

Here are some other fun facts about the construction efforts:

  • The square footage of the building demolition on east campus is equivalent to the total square feet of all thirty NFL football fields combined.
  • Concrete from the demolition would be enough to build 1.3 Empire State Buildings. One hundred percent of the concrete is being recycled, and some of it will come back to the site for use in the new campus.
  • We’ve recycled a variety of materials from the deconstructed buildings including carpets, ceiling tiles, outdoor lights and turf from the sports fields. As a result, we have diverted almost 95 percent of our demolition waste away from landfills.
  • The resources recycled from the demolition thus far includes 449,697 pounds (50 trucks full) of carpet and 284,400 pounds of ceiling tiles.
  • The majority of the furniture removed from the demolished buildings that will not be reused in other buildings, has been donated to local charities and nonprofit startups.
  • We’ve moved 1 million cubic yards of dirt and reached the bottom of the digging area for our underground parking facility, which will consolidate traffic and make our campus even more pedestrian and bike friendly.
  • We‘ve installed 51k feet of fiber optic cabling.  That’s just over 9.5 miles.
  • The Microsoft Art Program has relocated 277 art pieces, including an early Chihuly and a Ken Bortolazzo sculpture. These art pieces were placed across our Puget Sound buildings so they can continue to be enjoyed by employees and guests.
  • The drone video featured above, created by Skycatch, not only offers a unique view of the project, but the images have fed into 3D models of the site which are providing data to more effectively tackle challenges as they arise, plan ahead and monitor construction progress.
  • The project is actively coordinating over 100 different building information models containing over 2.8 million individual 3D building components.

We look forward to continuing this journey to modernize Microsoft’s workplaces. When completed, the project will provide additional proximity for teams who collaborate and an inspiring, healthy and sustainably responsible workplace where our employees can do their best work and grow their careers.

Continued thanks for your patience and flexibility during the construction phase. As a reminder, please allow extra time to get around campus and remind visitors to do the same. Always be cautious around the construction sites and remain mindful of safety notices and instructions.

Follow updates and developments as this project progresses and view the latest renderings on Microsoft’s Modern Campus site.

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AIOps tools mature as cloud infrastructure grows

Enterprise IT interest in AIOps tools has grown in 2019, as reflected in the latest features in DevOps monitoring tools, but advanced IT automation still hasn’t caught on beyond the bleeding edge.

Two AIOps vendors have reported sales strong enough to propel them to IPOs this month: first, Dynatrace re-entered the New York Stock Exchange Sept. 10 after five years of ownership by a private equity firm. DevOps monitoring competitor Datadog is expected to launch an IPO this week. A third cloud-native monitoring company, New Relic, already publicly traded, reported faltering sales numbers earlier this year and underwent C-suite upheaval as a result, but plowed ahead with fresh features for the New Relic One suite at its user conference this week.

IT industry analysts speculate that the New Relic One development process, which first began in late 2017 and integrated IP from multiple acquisitions, may have caused the business setback for the company. It remains to be seen whether those effort will pay off in an expanded customer base for New Relic.

New Relic One refreshes perspectives on IT monitoring data

For existing New Relic users, New Relic One contains important improvements that will address their needs in the future. Most importantly, New Relic One unified dashboard views that had previously been fragmented, and added the ability to search across multiple domains, whether user accounts or public clouds.

“New Relic One gave us a nice common interface, where we used to only be able to search data within user sub-accounts,” said Joshua Biggley, senior enterprise monitoring engineer at Cardinal Health, a healthcare services and products company based in Dublin, Ohio. Cardinal Health has used New Relic since 2016, and rolled out New Relic One in production when it became generally available.

This week, New Relic added several feature updates, including support for third-party data sources, agentless as well as agent-based monitoring deployments, log monitoring, tools to build programmable monitoring apps on the platform and new AIOps capabilities.

For Cardinal Health, log monitoring data and information from third-party sources such as time-series databases and open source distributed tracing tools will add more dimensions of context to the centralized DevOps monitoring interface, Biggley said. He and his colleagues plan to use the programmability features to build new monitoring databases and assess a broader range of relationships between pieces of monitoring data.

“You can say, ‘these servers have eight CPUs each, and your workload average is 10, but you don’t know what that means if you don’t know how many CPUs are actually configured,” Biggley said.

AIOps will mature alongside DevOps

New Relic has offered data analytics that it called Applied Intelligence in its products before, but this week’s New Relic One updates adds AIOps features such as expanded alert reduction and automated creation of notifications and workflows in third-party tools such as PagerDuty, ServiceNow and Slack.

This type of AI-driven IT automation has been a hot topic in IT ops circles since 2017, but it has taken until this year for AIOps products to fully mature, and will still take more time before IT shops are ready to put them to widespread use.

“Event correlation and alert reduction are the unicorn everyone’s chasing,” Biggley said. “But people tend to be afraid of automation, and it all depends on data — garbage in, garbage out.”

Biggley said he wants clarify the specific goals he wants to achieve with AIOps automation before he dives in.

“You can apply machine learning to anything, but should you?” he said.

You can apply machine learning to anything, but should you?
Joshua BiggleySenior enterprise monitoring engineer, Cardinal Health

Industry-wide, enterprises are adopting tools with AI built in: a Q2 2019 Forrester Research survey found that 51% of global infrastructure decision makers have already adopted, or are in the process of implementing, AI- and machine learning-enabled systems, with another 21% stating that they plan to adopt those technologies in the next year.

However, the percentage of companies that have achieved AIOps automation in production using such tools is unclear at this point. AIOps early adopters have gained advantages from alert reduction through such tools, but not without having to work through data quality issues, and some remain skeptical of their ability to deliver incident auto-remediation.

The DevOps monitoring maturation process among enterprises actually tends to make things worse before they get better, said Nancy Gohring, analyst at 451 Research.  

“As companies reorganize into DevOps teams that both develop and operate microservices, performance actually gets worse for a while, because there are too many tools and unclear responsibilities,” Gohring said. “Eventually, organizations form a more centralized observability team, reduce the number of tools they use, and application performance improves.”

Only once organizations get past the initial chaotic stage of DevOps adoption can they proceed to AIOps automation that reduces the manual intervention DevOps monitoring tools require, Gohring said. Such tools also provide the most value for complex cloud-native architectures, such as container-based microservices, and most enterprises haven’t yet widely adopted such infrastructures in production.

Dynatrace predicts future of NoOps

Not everyone shares Gohring’s outlook on the pace of AIOps adoption. Dynatrace, for example, resumed its status as a publicly traded company with a focus on advanced IT automation, and the prediction that many of its customers will soon get to NoOps, where systems resolve IT incidents with no human intervention.

“When customers see what we’ve achieved with Dynatrace and NoOps, they see that it’s possible,” said Dynatrace co-founder and CTO Bernd Greifeneder. “We’ve heard a lot about NoOps being a dumb idea that will never work, but I can invite you to our own labs to see it.”

Forrester’s Gohring is skeptical that NoOps will ever become mainstream in enterprises.

“Some future phase will look a lot closer to NoOps,” she said. “But that’s far down the road, hazy and ill-defined. We’re taking steps toward it, but it’s unclear if it’s achievable.”

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Microsoft announces quarterly dividend increase and new share repurchase program – Stories

Annual shareholders meeting set for Dec. 4, 2019

REDMOND, Wash. — Sept. 18, 2019 — Microsoft Corp. on Wednesday announced that its board of directors declared a quarterly dividend of $0.51 per share, reflecting a 5 cent or 11% increase over the previous quarter’s dividend. The dividend is payable Dec. 12, 2019, to shareholders of record on Nov. 21, 2019. The ex-dividend date will be Nov. 20, 2019.

The board of directors also approved a new share repurchase program authorizing up to $40 billion in share repurchases. The new share repurchase program, which has no expiration date, may be terminated at any time.

In addition, the company announced the date for the 2019 Annual Shareholders Meeting, to be held on Dec. 4, 2019. Shareholders at the close of business on Oct. 8, 2019, the record date, will be entitled to vote their shares.

This year’s annual shareholders meeting will be held virtually and hosted by Satya Nadella, chief executive officer; Amy Hood, chief financial officer; Brad Smith, president and chief legal officer; and John W. Thompson, Microsoft independent board chair. A virtual meeting format provides a consistent experience to all shareholders regardless of location, as well as the opportunity for global, multilingual and interactive access to a dialogue with its senior executives and directors.

As with previous shareholders meetings, a business update from senior executives will be followed by a 30-minute question and answer session with shareholders. Microsoft’s board of directors will also attend the meeting to hear shareholders’ questions and feedback. More information about the virtual format can be found on the Microsoft On the Issues blog.

In addition to providing the live webcast of the annual meeting, shareholders will have the option to view the annual meeting through Microsoft Teams at www.microsoft.com/investor. As with previous meetings, the transcript with video and audio of the entire meeting will be available on the Microsoft Investor Relations website following the meeting.

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For Sale – MacBook Pro 15 Late 2018 & LG 27″ 5k Monitor

Upgraded to the 2019 model, so no longer require the 2018.

It’s a highly specced model with:

Top spec core i9 6-core 2.9GHz
Radeon Pro 560X
32GB DDR4 2400MHz
2TB SSD
Space Gray

Plus applecare, expiry July 2021

All in good working order, only exception being two cosmetic marks at the front of the unit. Other than these two marks, it is in perfect condition. No chassis scratches I can see, screen spotless, Touch Bar spotless, keyboard clean and no issues, touchpad spotless, wrist rests spotless etc etc…

Comes with original box & accesories.

Original purchase price £4,409 for the laptop & £329 for AppleCare.

Asking price £2,000 plus shipping. Collection / meet in London preferred.

Apple asking £3279 for the same model refurbished without AppleCare – LINK – so a saving of £600 to compensate for the light cosmetic damage.

IMG_8831 by CosmicLogos, on Flickr

IMG_0404 by CosmicLogos, on Flickr

IMG_5346 by CosmicLogos, on Flickr

IMG_0679 by CosmicLogos, on Flickr

IMG_4427 by CosmicLogos, on Flickr

IMG_2054 by CosmicLogos, on Flickr

IMG_4365 by CosmicLogos, on Flickr

Also selling LG 27″ 5k Monitor

Don’t have the space for this anymore, otherwise it’s a great piece of kit…

Only used a few days. Bought in November 2018, warranty until Nov 2021.

Perfect condition. No box, so collection only or personal delivery can be arranged within reasonable distances or near where I’m travelling.

Asking price is £600

IMG_4924 by CosmicLogos, on Flickr

Price and currency: £2030 / £600
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT
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Magento BI update a benefit to vendor’s e-commerce customers

With the rollout of the Magento Business Intelligence Summer 2019 Release on Thursday, the Magento BI platform will get improved scheduling capabilities along with a host of new dashboard visualizations.

Magento, founded in 2008 and based in Culver City, Calif., is primarily known for its e-commerce platform. In 2018 the vendor was acquired by Adobe for $1.7 billion and is now part of the Adobe Experience Cloud.

With the vendor’s focus on e-commerce, the Magento BI platform isn’t designed to compete as a standalone tool against the likes of Microsoft Power BI, Qlik, Tableau and other leading BI vendors. Instead, it’s designed to slot in with Magento’s e-commerce platform and is intended for existing Magento customers.

“I love the BI angle Magento is taking here,” said Mike Leone, a senior analyst at Enterprise Strategy Group. “I would argue that many folks that utilize their commerce product are by no means experts at analytics. Magento will continue to empower them to gain more data-driven insights in an easy and seamless way. It is enabling businesses to take the next step into data-driven decision making without adding complexity.”

Similarly, Nicole France, principal analyst at Constellation Research, noted the importance of enhancing the BI capabilities of Magento’s commerce customers.

“This kind of reporting on commerce systems is undoubtedly useful,” she said. “The idea here seems to be reaching a wider audience than the folks directly responsible for running commerce. That means putting the right data in the appropriate context.”

The updated Magento BI platform comes with 13 data visualization templates, now including bubble charts, and over 100 reports.

Bubble charts such as this sample showing an organization's customer breakdown by state are now part of Magento's business intelligence platform.
Asample bubble chart from Magento shows an organization’s customer breakdown by state.

In addition, it comes with enhanced sharing capabilities. Via email, users can schedule reports to go out to selected recipients on a one-time basis or any repeating schedule they want. They can also keep track of the relevancy of the data with time logs and take all necessary actions from a status page.

“It finds the insights merchants want,” said Daniel Rios, product manager at Adobe. “It brings BI capabilities to merchants.”

Matthew Wasley, product marketing manager at Adobe, added: “Now there’s a better way to share insights that goes right to the inbox of a colleague and is part of their daily workflow.

“They can see the things they need to see — it bridges the gap,” Wasley said. “It’s an email you actually want to open.”

According Wasley, the Magento BI platform provides a full end-to-end data stack that services customers from the data pipeline through the data warehouse and ultimately to the dashboard visualization layer.

While some BI vendors offer products with similar end-to-end capabilities, others offer only one layer and need to be paired with other products to help a business client take data from its raw form and develop it into a digestible form.

“We’re ahead of the curve with Magento,” Wasley said.

He added that the end-to-end capability of the Magento BI tool is something other vendors are trying to put together through acquisitions. Though he didn’t name any companies specifically, Google with its purchase of Looker and Salesforce with its acquisition of Tableau are two that fit the mold.

We see our BI as a differentiator for our commerce platform. Standalone BI is evolving in itself. It’s tailored, and differentiates our commerce product.
Matthew WasleyProduct marketing manager, Adobe

Still, the Magento BI tool isn’t designed to compete on the open market against vendors who specialize in analytics platforms.

“We see our BI as a differentiator for our commerce platform,” said Wasley. “Standalone BI is evolving in itself. It’s tailored, and differentiates our commerce product.”

Moving forward, like the BI tools offered by other vendors, the Magento BI platform will become infused with more augmented intelligence and machine learning capabilities with innovation enhanced by Magento’s envelopment into the Adobe universe.

“We’re seeing how important data is across Adobe,” said Wasley. “All together, it’s meant to … make better use of data. Because of the importance of data across Adobe, we’re able to innovate a lot faster over the next 6 – 12 months.”

And presumably, that means further enhancement the Magento BI platform for the benefit of the vendor’s e-commerce customers.

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Oracle OpenWorld 2019 coverage: Oracle seeks loftier cloud perch

Editor’s note

Oracle OpenWorld 2019 finds Oracle continuing to try to assert itself as a cloud leader but looking up at rival vendors that got the jump on it in the cloud.

That even applies to the company’s flagship database software, according to Gartner. It still ranked Oracle as the No. 1 database vendor overall in 2018 — but in the fast-growing cloud database segment, Oracle was fifth behind AWS, Microsoft, Google and China-based Alibaba. “They have a lot of catching up to do,” Gartner analyst Merv Adrian said in a session at the 2019 Pacific Northwest BI & Analytics Summit.

Oracle will make its cloud case at OpenWorld 2019. Follow our coverage of the conference and related Oracle developments here.

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