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For Sale – Microsoft Surface Go 4GB Ram / 64GB eMMC & Blue Signature Type Cover

I would like to sell my MS Surface GO + Cobalt Blue Type Cover. I bought it in Feb 19, have used it on and off, but being in my 40’s I find the screen too small to live with a computer…. I have restored windows of course, i switched it to Win 10 Home from the S mode. I don’t think you can go back to S.

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Microsoft Surface GO 10-Inch Tablet-PC – (Silver) (Intel Pentium 4415Y Gold Processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC, 4 GB HD 615 Graphics, Windows 10 in S Mode)

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For Sale – Microsoft Surface Go 4GB Ram / 64GB eMMC & Blue Signature Type Cover

I would like to sell my MS Surface GO + Cobalt Blue Type Cover. I bought it in Feb 19, have used it on and off, but being in my 40’s I find the screen too small to live with a computer…. I have restored windows of course, i switched it to Win 10 Home from the S mode. I don’t think you can go back to S.

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It is in very good condition, no marks on the screen. There are a few light scuffs on the case back, but nothing significant or that you notice given it is the back.

It is all boxed with all the accessories.

I will provide a copy of the receipt for warranty purposes.

The exact models are :

Microsoft Surface GO 10-Inch Tablet-PC – (Silver) (Intel Pentium 4415Y Gold Processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC, 4 GB HD 615 Graphics, Windows 10 in S Mode)

Microsoft KCS-00023 Surface Go Signature Type Cover, Cobalt Blue

Price includes insured delivery by RMSD.

Any questions please ask.

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For Sale – Microsoft Surface Go 4GB Ram / 64GB eMMC & Blue Signature Type Cover

I would like to sell my MS Surface GO + Cobalt Blue Type Cover. I bought it in Feb 19, have used it on and off, but being in my 40’s I find the screen too small to live with a computer…. I have restored windows of course, i switched it to Win 10 Home from the S mode. I don’t think you can go back to S.

–– ADVERTISEMENT ––​

It is in very good condition, no marks on the screen. There are a few light scuffs on the case back, but nothing significant or that you notice given it is the back.

It is all boxed with all the accessories.

I will provide a copy of the receipt for warranty purposes.

The exact models are :

Microsoft Surface GO 10-Inch Tablet-PC – (Silver) (Intel Pentium 4415Y Gold Processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC, 4 GB HD 615 Graphics, Windows 10 in S Mode)

Microsoft KCS-00023 Surface Go Signature Type Cover, Cobalt Blue

Price includes insured delivery by RMSD.

Any questions please ask.

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For Sale – Microsoft Surface Go 4GB Ram / 64GB eMMC & Blue Signature Type Cover

I would like to sell my MS Surface GO + Cobalt Blue Type Cover. I bought it in Feb 19, have used it on and off, but being in my 40’s I find the screen too small to live with a computer…. I have restored windows of course, i switched it to Win 10 Home from the S mode. I don’t think you can go back to S.

It is in very good condition, no marks on the screen. There are a few light scuffs on the case back, but nothing significant or that you notice given it is the back.

It is all boxed with all the accessories.

I will provide a copy of the receipt for warranty purposes.

The exact models are :

Microsoft Surface GO 10-Inch Tablet-PC – (Silver) (Intel Pentium 4415Y Gold Processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC, 4 GB HD 615 Graphics, Windows 10 in S Mode)

Microsoft KCS-00023 Surface Go Signature Type Cover, Cobalt Blue

Price includes insured delivery by RMSD.

Any questions please ask.

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For Sale – Microsoft Surface Go 4GB Ram / 64GB eMMC & Blue Signature Type Cover

I would like to sell my MS Surface GO + Cobalt Blue Type Cover. I bought it in Feb 19, have used it on and off, but being in my 40’s I find the screen too small to live with a computer…. I have restored windows of course, i switched it to Win 10 Home from the S mode. I don’t think you can go back to S.

It is in very good condition, no marks on the screen. There are a few light scuffs on the case back, but nothing significant or that you notice given it is the back.

It is all boxed with all the accessories.

I will provide a copy of the receipt for warranty purposes.

The exact models are :

Microsoft Surface GO 10-Inch Tablet-PC – (Silver) (Intel Pentium 4415Y Gold Processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC, 4 GB HD 615 Graphics, Windows 10 in S Mode)

Microsoft KCS-00023 Surface Go Signature Type Cover, Cobalt Blue

Price includes insured delivery by RMSD.

Any questions please ask.

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How to Customize Site-Aware Clusters and Fault Domains

In this guide, we’ll cover how to create fault domains and configure them in Windows Server 2019. We will also run down the different layers of resiliency provided by Windows Server and fault domain awareness with Storage Spaces Direct. Let’s get started!

Resiliency and High-Availability

Many large organizations deploy their services across multiple data centers to not only provide high-availability but to also support disaster recovery (DR). This allows services to move from servers, virtualization hosts, cluster nodes or clusters in one site to hardware in a secondary location. Prior to the Windows Server 2016 release, this was usually done through deploying a multi-site (or “stretched”) failover cluster. This solution worked well, but it had some gaps in its manageability, namely that it was never easy to determine what hardware was running at each site. Virtual machines (VMs) were also limited to move between cluster nodes and sites, but had no other mobile granularity, even though most datacenters organize their hardware by chassis and racks. With Windows Server 2016 and 2019, Microsoft now provides organizations with the ability to not only have server high-availability but also resiliency to chassis or rack failures and integrated site awareness through “fault domains”.

What is a Fault Domain?

A fault domain is a set of hardware components that have a shared single point of failure, such as a single power source. To provide fault tolerance, you need to have multiple fault domains so that a VM or service can move from one fault domain to another fault domain, such as from one rack to another.

The following image helps you identify these various datacenter components.

Defining a Node, Chassis, Rack and Site for Fault Domains

Defining a Node, Chassis, Rack, and Site for Fault Domains

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Configuring Fault Domains in Windows Server 2019

First, let’s review the different layers of resiliency now provided by Windows Server. The following table shows the hierarchy of the Windows Server hardware stack:

Fault Domain High-Availability
Application Failover clustering is used to automatically restart an application’s services or move it to another cluster node. If the application is running inside a virtual machine (VM) then guest clustering can be used which creates a cluster of virtualized hosts.
Virtual Machine Virtual machines (VMs) run on a failover cluster and can be restarted or failover to another cluster node. A virtualized application can run inside the VM.
Node (Server / Host) A server can move its application to another node on the same chassis using failover clustering. The server is the single point of failure, and this could be caused by an operating system crash.
Chassis A server which has a chassis failure can move to another chassis in the same rack. A chassis is commonly used with blade servers and its single point of failure could be a single power source or fan.
Rack A server which has a rack failure can move to another rack in the same site. A rack may have a single point of failure from its top of rack (TOR) switch.
Site If an entire site is lost, such as from a natural disaster, a server can move to a secondary site (datacenter).

This implementation of fault domains lets you move nodes between different chassis, racks, and sites. Remember that hardware components are only defined by the software, and they do not change the physical configuration of your datacenter. This means that if two nodes are in the same physical chassis and it fails, then both will go offline, even if you have declared them to be in different fault domains via the management interface.

This blog will specifically focus on the latest site availability and fault domain features, but check out Altaro’s blogs on Failover Clustering for more information. Additionally, as a side-note, Altaro VM Backup can provide DR and recovery functionality with its replication engine if desired.

Fault Domain Awareness with Storage Spaces Direct

A key scenario for using fault domains is to distribute your data, not just across different disks and nodes, but also across different chassis, racks and sites so that it is always available in case of an outage. Microsoft implements this using storage spaces direct (S2D) which divides cloned disks across these different fault domains. This allows you to deploy commodity storage drives in your datacenters, and its data is automatically replicated between each disk. In the initial release of S2D, the disks were mirrored between two cluster nodes, that if one failed, the data was already available on the second server. With the added layers of chassis and rack-awareness, additional disks can be created and distributed across different nodes, chassis, racks, and sites, providing granular resiliency throughout the different hardware layers. This means that if a node crashes, the data is still available elsewhere within the same chassis. If an entire chassis loses its power, a copy is on another chassis within the same rack. If a rack becomes unavailable due to a TOR switch misconfiguration, the data can be recovered from another rack. And if the datacenter fails, a copy of the disk is available at the secondary site.

One important consideration is that the site awareness and fault domains must be configured before storage spaces direct is set up. If your S2D cluster is already running and you are configuring fault domains later, you must manually move your nodes int the correct fault domains, first evicting the node from your cluster and its drive from your storage pool using the cmdlet:

Creating Fault Domains

Once you have deployed your hardware and understand the different layers in your hardware stack you will need to enable fault domain awareness. Since a minority of Windows Server users have multiple datacenters, this must be enabled through a command run from any node. Microsoft wanted to avoid exposing it directly through the GUI interface so that inexperienced users did not accidentally turn it on and expect an operation that they lacked the hardware to support. Enable fault domains using the following PowerShell cmdlet:

Remember that this hardware configuration is hierarchical, so nodes are part of chassis, which are stored in racks, which reside in sites. Your nodes will use the actual node name, and this is set automatically, such as N1.contoso.com. Next, you can define all of the different chassis, racks, and sites in your environment using friendly names and descriptions. This is helpful because your event logs will reflect your naming conventions, making troubleshooting easy.

You can name each of your chassis to match your hardware specs, such as a “Chassis 1”.

Next you can assign names to your racks, such as “Rack 1”.

Finally define any sites you have and provide them with a friendly name, like “Primary” or “Seattle”.

For each of these types, you can also use the -Description or -Location switch to add additional contextual information which is displayed in event logs, making troubleshooting and hardware maintenance easier.

Configuring Fault Domains

Once you have defined the different fault domains, you can configure their hierarchical structure using a parent (and child) relationship. Starting with the node, you define which chassis they belong to and then move up the chain. For example, you may configure nodes N1 and N2 to be part of chassis C1 using PowerShell:

Similarly, you may set chassis C1 and C2 to reside in rack R1:

Then configure racks R1 and R2 within the primary datacenter using:

To view your configuration and these relationships, run the Get-ClusterFaultDomain cmdlet.

You can also define the relationship of the hardware in an XML file. This method is described in Microsoft’s Fault domain awareness page. If you want to dig deeper, check out the full PowerShell syntax.

Wrap-Up

Now you are able to take advantage of the latest site-awareness features for Windows Server Failover Clustering, giving you additional resiliency throughout your hardware stack. We’ll have further content focused on this area in the near future, so stay tuned!

Finally, what about you? Do you see this being useful in your organization? Do you see any barrier to implementation? Let us know in the comments section below!


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IBM Spectrum storage refresh targets object, AI metadata

IBM Spectrum storage software expanded its scope to cover AI and large-scale analytics, including updates for compliance and deeper integration in Amazon Web Services.

IBM Spectrum is the vendor’s brand for storage software. The products released this week extend the reach of IBM Spectrum Discover metadata management to include other vendors’ storage. A refreshed IBM Cloud Object Storage supports denser capacity per rack and individual nodes.

In addition, IBM upgraded its Spectrum Protect Plus data protection to enable direct backup of local databases to Amazon’s Simple Storage Service (S3). IBM also previewed a new VersaStack converged infrastructure that uses its FlashSystem 9100 NVMe rack-scale storage with Cisco servers.

Spectrum Discover metadata management is a recent addition to the IBM Spectrum storage software portfolio. Spectrum Discover layers on top of storage to ingest and index billions of files and objects stored locally and in the cloud. IBM said Discover can help to classify exabytes of unstructured data.

Originally designed only for IBM storage, Spectrum Discover now supports Dell EMC Isilon NAS and NetApp filers, as well as Ceph and any Amazon S3-compatible storage. 

IBM Spectrum storage added Discover to enable more efficient mining of metadata, said Eric Herzog, chief marketing officer and vice president of worldwide storage channels at IBM Storage. He said the significant feature enhancement is analytics across different storage systems.

With the new release, IBM beefed up Discover’s capabilities for hooking metadata directly into AI and big data projects. Science teams can use Discover to search large metadata catalogs and connect third-party data analytics tools via built-in APIs.

Henry Baltazar, an analyst for storage at 451 Research, called IBM’s updates “evolutionary, but not revolutionary.” He said IBM Spectrum Discover adds important features for regulatory compliance and optimizing storage efficiency.

“What makes Spectrum Discover valuable is being able to see as much data as possible. The big addition with this launch is support for third-party search on other storage arrays. They didn’t have that before. The more data people can get their hands on, the more powerful the infrastructure is going to be,” Baltazar said.

Customers can use Discover to tag data with keywords and automate detection of personally identifiable information and other sensitive data.

“You can search the content, not just the metadata. We automated detection of certain sensitive data for GDPR and [privacy] regulations coming out of California and Brazil. You can still create custom metadata, but we included some defaults for apps that need to stay in compliance,” Herzog said.

IBM Spectrum storage for database backup and object capacity

Amazon customers can protect Db2, Oracle, MongoDB and Microsoft SQL Server databases hosted on AWS, using S3 Intelligent Tiering to move data to IBM Spectrum Protect Plus. IBM also added more data retention options to tape and virtual tape libraries, Amazon S3 Glacier and Microsoft Azure Archive Storage.

IBM Cloud Object Storage arrays are based on technology IBM acquired from Cleversafe in 2015. Customers can purchase IBM object storage software as a cloud service, an on-premises deployment or embedded on IBM hardware. 

The latest Cloud Object Storage arrays use second-generation IBM hardware and bigger drives. The hardware scales to 10 PB in a single 42U rack and 1.3 PB per node, which IBM said equates to 26% more overall capacity. Use cases include AI, big data and secondary workloads.

IBM enables customers to mix and match old and new Cloud Object Storage systems, Baltazar said. “IBM is saying you don’t need to drop all your stuff on the new hardware. I think people will take advantage of this right away, since they can mix and match without a forklift upgrade,” he said.

IBM VersaStack uses Cisco Unified Computing System servers with IBM storage. The new version attaches to IBM FlashSystem 9100 arrays outfitted with NVMe SSDs and is due out in late 2019. IBM said it will continue to sell VersaStack models that use IBM A900, V9000 and Storwize storage.

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Watch Communications and Microsoft announce partnership to bring broadband internet to Indiana, Ohio and Illinois – Stories

Deployment of technologies, including TV white spaces, is expected to cover more than four million people in the region, including 815,000 people in rural areas currently without access to broadband

REDMOND, Wash. — July 9, 2019 — On Tuesday, Watch Communications and Microsoft Corp. announced an agreement aimed at closing the broadband gap, and the rural digital divide in particular, in the states of Indiana, Ohio and Illinois. The partnership is part of the Microsoft Airband Initiative, which is focused on extending broadband access to three million people in rural America by July 2022.

The FCC reports that more than 21 million Americans lack broadband access. According to Microsoft data, 162 million people across the United States are not using the internet at broadband speeds, including approximately 17 million people in Indiana, Ohio and Illinois. Watch Communications will deploy a variety of broadband connectivity technologies to bring these areas under coverage, with an emphasis on wireless technologies leveraging TV white spaces (e.g., unused TV frequencies) in lower population density or terrain-challenged areas to achieve improved coverage. The areas expected to benefit include 50 counties in Indiana, 22 counties in Illinois, and most counties in Ohio.

“Every person deserves the same opportunity. But too often and in too many places, these opportunities are limited by where people live and their access to reliable and affordable broadband access,” said Shelley McKinley, general manager, Technology and Corporate Responsibility, Microsoft. “Microsoft is working across the country to close this gap. We’re partnering with Watch Communications to improve broadband access in Indiana, Illinois and Ohio and build on the incredible work being done by state and local leaders on this issue on behalf of their citizens.”

“Public-private partnerships, collaboration and understanding local initiatives are key to enabling connectivity success. Providing rural broadband can be difficult, so working as a team to solve the digital divide requires partners. We are excited to partner with Microsoft on this initiative,” said Greg Jarman, chief operating officer, Watch Communications.

Improved connectivity will bolster economic, educational and telehealth opportunities for everyone in the region, and could be particularly impactful for this region’s farmers. Together, Indiana, Illinois and Ohio account for more than $38.5 billion in agricultural value, with all three ranking in the top 16 states by agricultural output, according to the USDA. With broadband access, farmers can take advantage of advanced technologies such as precision agriculture which can help better monitor crops and increase yields.

In addition, Watch Communications and Microsoft will work together to ensure that once connectivity is available, people know how to use it and can get the training needed to fully participate in the digital economy, access educational opportunities and access telemedicine.

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Indiana

This is Microsoft’s first Airband Initiative deployment in Indiana. The need for improved connectivity is acute — the FCC broadband mapping report shows that more than 673,000 people in Indiana do not have access to broadband, and Microsoft data suggests that more than 4.3 million people are not using the internet at broadband speeds in the state. The partnership between Watch Communications and Microsoft is expected to cover more than 1 million Hoosiers, more than 440,000 of whom are people in rural areas that are currently unserved.

Watch Communications was a recent award winner of funds from the FCC to extend broadband services in Indiana. As a result, Watch Communications has been working with Indiana counties to develop the deployment approach that best meets the needs of the local communities. In addition to broadband, Watch Communications has been working to use its network to design an IoT network to serve Indiana businesses.

This also builds on Microsoft’s presence in Indiana. Last October, Microsoft and the Markle Foundation announced the launch of Skillful Indiana, focused on bringing investment, training, tools, and innovative methods to support workforce development in the state. In addition, the Hope FFA chapter in Indiana was recently awarded Microsoft FarmBeats Student Kits, which will help FFA students develop essential digital skills for precision agriculture and IoT technologies.

Ohio

Watch Communications was a recent award winner of funds from the FCC to extend broadband services in Ohio. As a result, Watch Communications has been working with Ohio counties to develop the deployment approach that best meets the needs of the local communities.

“You can’t be a part of the modern economy or education system without access to high-speed internet, and we are taking steps in Ohio to extend broadband to those who are underserved across the state,” said Lt. Governor Jon Husted. “Thank you to Microsoft for being among the leaders on this and for being willing to consider innovative solutions to help extend opportunity to people in Ohio who need it.”

This is Microsoft’s second Airband Initiative deployment in Ohio, following an August 2018 agreement between Microsoft and Agile Networks. The need for improved connectivity is acute — the FCC broadband mapping report shows that more than 621,000 people in Ohio do not have access to broadband, while Microsoft data suggests that more than 6.9 million people are not using the internet at broadband speeds in the state. The partnership between Watch Communications and Microsoft is expected to cover approximately 2.5 million people, more than 288,000 of whom are people in rural areas that are currently unserved.

This also builds on Microsoft’s presence in Ohio. Microsoft’s TEALS program is helping to deliver computer science education to Ohio students. In addition, the Arcadia FFA chapter and Triad-OHP FFA chapter in Ohio were recently awarded Microsoft FarmBeats Student Kits, which will help FFA students develop essential digital skills for precision agriculture and IoT technologies.

Illinois

This is Microsoft’s second Airband Initiative deployment in Illinois, the first being a September 2018 agreement between Microsoft and Network Business Systems to bring broadband internet to people in Illinois, Iowa and South Dakota. The need for improved connectivity is acute — the FCC broadband mapping report shows that more than 680,000 people in Illinois do not have access to broadband, while Microsoft data suggests that more than 6.6 million people are not using the internet at broadband speeds in the state. The partnership between Watch Communications and Microsoft is expected to cover more than 275,000 people, more than 80,000 of whom are people in rural areas that are currently unserved.

About Watch Communications

Founded in 1992, Watch Communications is an Internet Service Provider (ISP) using a combination of fixed wireless and fiber technologies to serve residential and business customers throughout Ohio, Indiana and Illinois. Watch Communications began as a wireless cable TV provider and expanded service offerings in 1998 to include Internet. Since its creation, Watch Communications has focused on unserved and underserved small and rural markets.

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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For Sale – Surface Pro i5 8GB 128GB and type cover brand new sealed in box

For sale – a Surface Pro i5 with 8GB Ram, 128GB HDD and type cover. These items were bought last month but never opened and remained sealed in their box (see photos). £850 inc. insured delivery.
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Price and currency: £850
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For Sale – Surface Pro i5 8GB 128GB and type cover brand new sealed in box

For sale – a Surface Pro i5 with 8GB Ram, 128GB HDD and type cover. These items were bought last month but never opened and remained sealed in their box (see photos). £850 inc. insured delivery.
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