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Archive360 mixes and matches cloud data archiving elements

Archive360 is expanding its cloud data archiving and management platform, but also making it more selective.

The vendor’s Archive2Azure is adding several different elements for customers to archive, including Salesforce and media.

At the same time, it’s moving from a one-size-fits-all platform to a mix-and-match product. That change will lower the cost and reduce complexity for customers, said Bill Tolson, vice president of marketing at Archive360, based in New York. In adding the new elements, it made sense for Archive360 to restructure the platform.

“You only use what you need to use,” Tolson said.

The Archive2Azure management platform stores data in its original format. It maintains data in the customer’s own Azure tenancy.

Archive360 now offers eight cloud data archiving modules: databases, files, healthcare, legacy applications, media, messaging, Salesforce and SharePoint. The vendor previously offered just the file and messaging capabilities.

“In each one of the modules, there is competition,” said George Crump, founder and president of analysis firm Storage Switzerland. “But there’s nobody that I know of that can do it all into one system.”

For example, HubStor, which Tolson labeled one of Archive360’s closest competitors, offers archiving for file storage in Azure.

Drilling down into the archiving advantages

Two of the big benefits to the platform are a reduction in the cost of primary storage and the ability to incrementally add space for data in the cloud, Crump said.

Organizations often have to keep old data from a variety of the modules for compliance or regulatory purposes.

The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation was a big driver for the updates, Tolson said. GDPR includes a number of new rules regarding customers’ data rights, privacy and protection.

“We’re consolidating and managing a lot of data in a single repository, which makes it easier to respond to GDPR,” Tolson said.

Salesforce users can buy additional storage from the software-as-a-service vendor, but there’s more value in archiving, Tolson said. With Archive2Azure, customers can archive, manage and protect old Salesforce content, minimizing the risk of data deletion.

“Salesforce doesn’t include any archiving capability at all,” Tolson said.

Crump said there are few vendors that can archive Salesforce data, and he doesn’t know of any that migrate it to Azure.

For media archiving, Archive360 platform users can transcribe, index and search audio and video files. Using machine learning, the platform understands and translates content into more than 50 languages, which makes searching faster and more accurate.

We’re consolidating and managing a lot of data in a single repository, which makes it easier to respond to GDPR.
Bill Tolsonvice president of marketing, Archive360

Other new capabilities include the following:

  • archiving of old database applications to save money and space and improve performance;
  • information management and archiving of patient healthcare content, including imaging, for consolidation and security;
  • archiving and management of structured and unstructured legacy data in a searchable cloud platform; and
  • management, analysis and protection of SharePoint data.

The healthcare module has market potential, Crump said. While many think healthcare organizations don’t want to use the cloud, Crump said he has found the opposite to be true.

“They don’t want to store this massive [amount of] data on premises,” he said.

Images in healthcare, for example, have grown in size considerably in just the last few years. In addition, for security and privacy benefits, Archive360 does not see any of the data archived, Crump said.

Logging the logistics

There’s a small architecture difference from the previous version of Archive2Azure, so previous customers won’t shift over automatically. Tolson said some, especially financial customers, will want the new platform, but others won’t want to mess with what they have.

The updates became generally available on Monday. Archive360 had been working with beta customers for about six months.

Archive2Azure is subscription-based. The basic platform starts at $500 per month and rises based on total data under management.

Each cloud data archiving element is priced separately, and the cost is based on capacity, starting as low as $1 per terabyte, per month.

Crump cautioned that licensing and calculating costs could get complex. He noted that customers need to factor in the price of their Azure storage in addition to the Archive2Azure cost.

Archive360, which was founded in 2011, claims about 1,000 customers.

For Sale – Cooler Master II / Asus Prime H270-Plus / 2 10TB Ironwolf Drives / 1 4GB Western Digtial

Hi,

I am selling my PC and as it is unlikely this will all sell in full. I will also price the individual parts as this will interest people more.

If you want the entire system I am looking for £650

Cooler Master Cosmos 11 – Still around £260 cheapest on Amazon – I am looking for £120 as I would class it as as B grade with only 1 minor mark on 1 side panel. Full pictures have been added but I would also ask you to check out the following links as this describes the case really well and shows great pictures and also spare parts you can buy for the case. My own pictures are attached.

I do not have the box anymore and if you are buying I would ask you to check it out, you won’t be disappointed and is in great condition and is one of the best Full tower cases. if you can’t drive fully to my location, I am willing to meet up half way.

COSMOS II | Cooler Master
https://www.cmstore.eu/cosmos-ii/

Asus Prime H270 – Plus – Still goes for around £90 on Ebuyer – the board is in perfect condition and I still have the box for it. I am looking for £55 for the board

Please check out the specs from the following link on ebyuer.

Asus Intel PRIME H270-PLUS LGA 1151 ATX Motherboard – Ebuyer

Kaby Lake Processor I5 7600 3.6ghz (Turbo Boost 4.1) – Cheapest now is around £180 and you can check this with google shop checker which checks all the major suppliers. (Can play 10 bit and HDR) and runs 4K super smooth. No need for a separate graphic card due to the integrated graphics capability’s of the chip, unless your a real gamer.

I would be looking for £110 for this

2 x Seagate Ironwolf 10TB NAS Hard Drive 3.5″ SATA III 6 GB’s 7200RPM 256 Cache

– They go for around £260 on the cheapest sites

1 of the drives was only bought from Ebuyer on the 16/03/18 so still has warranty up to 16/03/21 left which I am fully willing to help out if it goes wrong. I am looking for £170

The other drive was bought from Ebuyer on the 24/04/17 so still has warranty up to 24/04/20, again I will help out with warranty issues if they arise. I am looking for £150

1 x 4TB Western Digital Drive Hard Drive 3.5″ SATA III 6 GB’s 5400RPM 64 Cache

This drive is from 2014 so the warranty is now just run out –
I am looking for £70

2x4GB Hyperx Fury DDR4 2400mhz

Looking for £45

128GB SAMSUNG PM961 NVME TLC M.2 Drive

Samsung 128GB PM961 M.2 PCIe NVMe Performance SSD/Solid State Drive OEM

Is now around £60 new but I believe has been discontinued now – Solid M2 drive I used as my main drive. I am looking for £35

Warranty runs outs on the 12th Jan 2019

HX520 Corsair Modular Power Supply

An old power supply but still had has capability to run my Kabylake and 5 drives which I have used since the beginning. Difficult to put a price on this but I only used my system to play 1080p and 4K movies and shows, this really shows how brilliant the Kabylake is (Can play 10 bit and HDR). You could run a dedicated graphics card if you didn’t have so many drives – I really wouldn’t know how to price this, but it still works superbly well without a graphics card for movies an shows – I would ask for £35

Unfortunately you can only upload 10 pictures and I had about 25 to show you because of the the other products. You will have to ask me for photos for these products and I can get them emailed too you if your interested. My Apologies.

Please feel free to ask any questions you have

Thanks

Price and currency: 650
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: paypal or cash
Location: London, Middlesex
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – Cooler Master II / Asus Prime H270-Plus / 2 10TB Ironwolf Drives / 1 4GB Western Digtial

Hi,

I am selling my PC and as it is unlikely this will all sell in full. I will also price the individual parts as this will interest people more.

If you want the entire system I am looking for £650

Cooler Master Cosmos 11 – Still around £260 cheapest on Amazon – I am looking for £120 as I would class it as as B grade with only 1 minor mark on 1 side panel. Full pictures have been added but I would also ask you to check out the following links as this describes the case really well and shows great pictures and also spare parts you can buy for the case. My own pictures are attached.

I do not have the box anymore and if you are buying I would ask you to check it out, you won’t be disappointed and is in great condition and is one of the best Full tower cases. if you can’t drive fully to my location, I am willing to meet up half way.

COSMOS II | Cooler Master
https://www.cmstore.eu/cosmos-ii/

Asus Prime H270 – Plus – Still goes for around £90 on Ebuyer – the board is in perfect condition and I still have the box for it. I am looking for £55 for the board

Please check out the specs from the following link on ebyuer.

Asus Intel PRIME H270-PLUS LGA 1151 ATX Motherboard – Ebuyer

Kaby Lake Processor I5 7600 3.6ghz (Turbo Boost 4.1) – Cheapest now is around £180 and you can check this with google shop checker which checks all the major suppliers. (Can play 10 bit and HDR) and runs 4K super smooth. No need for a separate graphic card due to the integrated graphics capability’s of the chip, unless your a real gamer.

I would be looking for £110 for this

2 x Seagate Ironwolf 10TB NAS Hard Drive 3.5″ SATA III 6 GB’s 7200RPM 256 Cache

– They go for around £260 on the cheapest sites

1 of the drives was only bought from Ebuyer on the 16/03/18 so still has warranty up to 16/03/21 left which I am fully willing to help out if it goes wrong. I am looking for £170

The other drive was bought from Ebuyer on the 24/04/17 so still has warranty up to 24/04/20, again I will help out with warranty issues if they arise. I am looking for £150

1 x 4TB Western Digital Drive Hard Drive 3.5″ SATA III 6 GB’s 5400RPM 64 Cache

This drive is from 2014 so the warranty is now just run out –
I am looking for £70

2x4GB Hyperx Fury DDR4 2400mhz

Looking for £45

128GB SAMSUNG PM961 NVME TLC M.2 Drive

Samsung 128GB PM961 M.2 PCIe NVMe Performance SSD/Solid State Drive OEM

Is now around £60 new but I believe has been discontinued now – Solid M2 drive I used as my main drive. I am looking for £35

Warranty runs outs on the 12th Jan 2019

HX520 Corsair Modular Power Supply

An old power supply but still had has capability to run my Kabylake and 5 drives which I have used since the beginning. Difficult to put a price on this but I only used my system to play 1080p and 4K movies and shows, this really shows how brilliant the Kabylake is (Can play 10 bit and HDR). You could run a dedicated graphics card if you didn’t have so many drives – I really wouldn’t know how to price this, but it still works superbly well without a graphics card for movies an shows – I would ask for £35

Unfortunately you can only upload 10 pictures and I had about 25 to show you because of the the other products. You will have to ask me for photos for these products and I can get them emailed too you if your interested. My Apologies.

Please feel free to ask any questions you have

Thanks

Price and currency: 650
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: paypal or cash
Location: London, Middlesex
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – Cooler Master II / Asus Prime H270-Plus / 2 10TB Ironwolf Drives / 1 4GB Western Digtial

Hi,

I am selling my PC and as it is unlikely this will all sell in full. I will also price the individual parts as this will interest people more.

If you want the entire system I am looking for £650

Cooler Master Cosmos 11 – Still around £260 cheapest on Amazon – I am looking for £120 as I would class it as as B grade with only 1 minor mark on 1 side panel. Full pictures have been added but I would also ask you to check out the following links as this describes the case really well and shows great pictures and also spare parts you can buy for the case. My own pictures are attached.

I do not have the box anymore and if you are buying I would ask you to check it out, you won’t be disappointed and is in great condition and is one of the best Full tower cases. if you can’t drive fully to my location, I am willing to meet up half way.

COSMOS II | Cooler Master
https://www.cmstore.eu/cosmos-ii/

Asus Prime H270 – Plus – Still goes for around £90 on Ebuyer – the board is in perfect condition and I still have the box for it. I am looking for £55 for the board

Please check out the specs from the following link on ebyuer.

Asus Intel PRIME H270-PLUS LGA 1151 ATX Motherboard – Ebuyer

Kaby Lake Processor I5 7600 3.6ghz (Turbo Boost 4.1) – Cheapest now is around £180 and you can check this with google shop checker which checks all the major suppliers. (Can play 10 bit and HDR) and runs 4K super smooth. No need for a separate graphic card due to the integrated graphics capability’s of the chip, unless your a real gamer.

I would be looking for £110 for this

2 x Seagate Ironwolf 10TB NAS Hard Drive 3.5″ SATA III 6 GB’s 7200RPM 256 Cache

– They go for around £260 on the cheapest sites

1 of the drives was only bought from Ebuyer on the 16/03/18 so still has warranty up to 16/03/21 left which I am fully willing to help out if it goes wrong. I am looking for £170

The other drive was bought from Ebuyer on the 24/04/17 so still has warranty up to 24/04/20, again I will help out with warranty issues if they arise. I am looking for £150

1 x 4TB Western Digital Drive Hard Drive 3.5″ SATA III 6 GB’s 5400RPM 64 Cache

This drive is from 2014 so the warranty is now just run out –
I am looking for £70

2x4GB Hyperx Fury DDR4 2400mhz

Looking for £45

128GB SAMSUNG PM961 NVME TLC M.2 Drive

Samsung 128GB PM961 M.2 PCIe NVMe Performance SSD/Solid State Drive OEM

Is now around £60 new but I believe has been discontinued now – Solid M2 drive I used as my main drive. I am looking for £35

Warranty runs outs on the 12th Jan 2019

HX520 Corsair Modular Power Supply

An old power supply but still had has capability to run my Kabylake and 5 drives which I have used since the beginning. Difficult to put a price on this but I only used my system to play 1080p and 4K movies and shows, this really shows how brilliant the Kabylake is (Can play 10 bit and HDR). You could run a dedicated graphics card if you didn’t have so many drives – I really wouldn’t know how to price this, but it still works superbly well without a graphics card for movies an shows – I would ask for £35

Unfortunately you can only upload 10 pictures and I had about 25 to show you because of the the other products. You will have to ask me for photos for these products and I can get them emailed too you if your interested. My Apologies.

Please feel free to ask any questions you have

Thanks

Price and currency: 650
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: paypal or cash
Location: London, Middlesex
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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Jaguar Land Rover, BI Worldwide share GitLab migration pros and cons

Microsoft’s proposed acquisition of popular code repository vendor GitHub also thrust competitor GitLab into the spotlight. A quarter-million customers tried to move code repositories from GitHub to GitLab last week in the wake of the Microsoft news, a surge that crashed the SaaS version of GitLab.

Enterprises with larger, more complex code repositories will need more than a few days to weigh the risks of the Microsoft acquisition and evaluate alternatives to GitHub. However, they were preceded by other enterprise GitLab converts who shared their experience with GitLab migration pros and cons.

BI Worldwide, an employee engagement software company in Minneapolis, considered a GitLab migration when price changes to CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise software drove a sevenfold increase in the company’s licensing costs for both CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise and GitHub Enterprise.

GitLab offers built-in DevOps pipeline tools with its code repositories in both SaaS and self-hosted form. BI Worldwide found it could replace both GitHub Enterprise and CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise with GitLab for less cost, and made the switch in late 2017.

“GitLab offered better functionality over GitHub Enterprise because we don’t have to do the extra work to create web hooks between the code repository and CI/CD pipelines, and its CI/CD tools are comparable to CloudBees,” said Adam Dehnel, product architect at BI Worldwide.

GitLab pipelines
GitLab’s tools include both code version control and app delivery pipelines.

Jaguar Land Rover-GitLab fans challenge Atlassian incumbents

Automobile manufacturer Jaguar Land Rover, based in London, also uses self-hosted GitLab among the engineering teams responsible for its in-vehicle infotainment systems. A small team of three developers in a company outpost in Portland, Ore., began with GitLab’s free SaaS tool in 2016, though the company at large uses Atlassian’s Bitbucket and Bamboo tools.

As of May 2018, about a thousand developers in Jaguar Land Rover’s infotainment division use GitLab, and one of the original Portland developers to champion GitLab now hopes to see it rolled out across the company.

Sometimes vendors … get involved with other parts of the software development lifecycle that aren’t their core business, and customers get sold an entire package that they don’t necessarily want.
Chris Hillhead of systems engineering, Jaguar Land Rover’s infotainment systems

“Atlassian’s software is very good for managing parent-child relationships [between objects] and collaboration with JIRA,” said Chris Hill, head of systems engineering for Jaguar Land Rover’s infotainment systems. “But sometimes vendors can start to get involved with other parts of the software development lifecycle that aren’t their core business, and customers get sold an entire package that they don’t necessarily want.”

A comparison between tools such as GitLab and Bitbucket and Bamboo largely comes down to personal preference rather than technical feature gaps, but Hill said he finds GitLab more accessible to both developers and product managers.

“We can give developers self-service capabilities so they don’t have to chew up another engineer’s time to make merge requests,” Hill said. “We can also use in-browser editing for people who don’t understand code, and run tutorials with pipelines and rundeck-style automation jobs for marketing people.”

Jaguar Land Rover’s DevOps teams use GitLab’s collaborative comment-based workflow, where teams can discuss issues next to the exact line of code in question.

“That cuts down on noise and ‘fake news’ about what the software does and doesn’t do,” Hill said. “You can make a comment right where the truth exists in the code.”

GitLab offers automated continuous integration testing of its own and plugs in to third-party test automation tools. Continuous integration testing inside GitLab and with third-party tools is coordinated by the GitLab Runner daemon. Runner will be instrumental to deliver more frequent software updates over the air to in-car infotainment systems that use a third-party service provider called Redbend, which will mean Jaguar Land Rover vehicle owners will get automatic updates to infotainment systems without the need to go to a dealership for installation. This capability will be introduced with the new Jaguar I-Pace electric SUV in July 2018.

Balancing GitLab migration pros and cons

BI Worldwide and Jaguar Land Rover both use the self-hosted version of GitLab’s software, which means they escaped the issues SaaS customers suffered with crashes during the Microsoft GitHub exodus. They also avoided a disastrous outage that included data loss for GitLab SaaS customers in early 2017.

Still, their GitLab migrations have come with downsides. BI Worldwide jumped through hoops to get GitLab’s software to work with AWS Elastic File System (EFS), only to endure months of painful conversion from EFS to Elastic Block Store (EBS), which the company just completed.

GitLab never promised that its software would work well with EFS, and part of the issue stemmed from the way AWS handles EFS burst credits for performance. But about three times a day, response time from AWS EFS in the GitLab environment would shoot up from an average of five to eight milliseconds to spikes as high as 900 milliseconds, Dehnel said.

“EBS is quite a bit better, but we had to get an NFS server setup attached to EBS and work out redundancy for it, then do a gross rsync project to get 230 GB of data moved over, then change the mount points on our Rancher [Kubernetes] cluster,” Dehnel said. “The version control system is so critical, so things like that are not taken lightly, especially as we also rely on [GitLab] for CI/CD.”

GitLab is working with AWS to address the issues with its product on EFS, a company spokesperson said. For now, its documentation recommends against deployment with EFS, and the company suggests users consider deployments of GitLab to Kubernetes clusters instead.

New MalwareTech indictment adds four more charges

The court saga of Marcus Hutchins, a security researcher from England also known as MalwareTech, will continue after a superseding indictment filed by the U.S. government added new charges to his case.

Hutchins was originally arrested in August 2017 on charges of creating and distributing the Kronos banking Trojan. The superseding MalwareTech indictment, filed on Wednesday, adds four new charges to the original six, including the creation of the UPAS kit malware, conspiracy to commit wire fraud, and lying to the FBI.

Hutchins first gained prominence in May 2017 for being one of the researchers who helped slow the spread of the WannaCry ransomware, and he recently mused on Twitter at the connection between that act and the new MalwareTech indictment.

Hutchins also had strong language to describe the supplemental indictment, but one of his lawyers, Brian Klein was more measured.

A question about the new MalwareTech indictment

The UPAS Kit described in the new filing was a form grabber that Hutchins admitted to creating, but he asserted it was not connected to Kronos. Marcy Wheeler, national security and civil liberties expert, questioned how this was included in the new MalwareTech indictment because of the time frames related to those charges.

The indictment noted that the UPAS Kit was originally sold and distributed in July 2012 and it alleged Hutchins developed Kronos “prior to 2014” and supplied it to the individual who sold the UPAS Kit. However, Wheeler pointed out in a blog post that there should be a five year statute of limitations related to such charges and even if the government could avoid that, Hutchins would have been a minor in 2012 when these actions allegedly took place.

Additionally, Wheeler noted that Hutchins admitted to creating the UPAS form grabber — although he denied it was part of Kronos — when he was first arrested by the FBI. The new MalwareTech indictment claims Hutchins lied to the FBI about creating Kronos which would put into question the new charge that Hutchins lied to the FBI.

For Sale – or trade 13″ 2017 Macbook Pro with TB & Touch ID – Silver,Pics Added,looking for Dell XPS trade deal

Hi all

Now also for sale

Up for sale is my 2017 13″ MacBook pro with touchbar. I traded my Surface Book for this and it is just overkill for my computing needs, as was the SB if truth be told. It is in excellent condition and has Apple warranty until 04/12/2018. It is in Silver with the following specs

  • 3.1GHz dual-core 7th-generation Intel Core i5 processor
  • Turbo Boost up to 3.5GHz
  • 8GB 2133MHz LPDDR3 memory
  • 256GB SSD storage1
  • Intel Iris Plus Graphics 650
  • Four Thunderbolt 3 ports
  • Touch Bar and Touch ID

Battery charge count is 18 but may go up as I am still using it. It is fully boxed, etc

Interested in a trade deal for Surface Pro/Laptop, HP Spectre or Dell XPS, cash either way depending on deal.

Any questions, please ask.

Collection or meet up only on this please

Price and currency: £1100.00
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: BT
Location: Burton/Swadlincote
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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Desktop PC or laptop (£100 – £250)

Hi,

Looking for a PC. Something in good condition and reliable for some media, and also photo editing work. Maybe some light gaming.

Budget is £150 – £300, but preferably something around £200 or so.

If you happen to be selling something that suits, just let me know.

Thanks.

Location: Derry

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or trade 13″ 2017 Macbook Pro with TB & Touch ID – Silver,Pics Added,looking for Dell XPS trade deal

Hi all

Now also for sale

Up for sale is my 2017 13″ MacBook pro with touchbar. I traded my Surface Book for this and it is just overkill for my computing needs, as was the SB if truth be told. It is in excellent condition and has Apple warranty until 04/12/2018. It is in Silver with the following specs

  • 3.1GHz dual-core 7th-generation Intel Core i5 processor
  • Turbo Boost up to 3.5GHz
  • 8GB 2133MHz LPDDR3 memory
  • 256GB SSD storage1…

or trade 13″ 2017 Macbook Pro with TB & Touch ID – Silver,Pics Added,looking for Dell XPS trade deal

Decent LGA 1155 motherboard

Hi lads

Looking for a LGA1155 motherboard that can take i5 2500k cpu.

Also may be interested in cheap ram

Location: Newton Hyde Greater Manchester

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Decent LGA 1155 motherboard