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For Sale – Microsoft Surface Studio 28″ Touch – Quad-core i7, 32GB RAM, 2TB, All-in-One Desktop Computer

Microsoft Surface Studio 28″ Touch – Quad-core i7, 32GB RAM, 2TB, All-in-One

RRP: £4,300

Tech specs

Display
Screen: 28 in PixelSense Display
Resolution: 4500 x 3000 (192 DPI)

Processor
i7

Graphics
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980M 4GB GPU GDDR5 memory

Storage
128GB SSD with 2TB HDD

Memory
32GB RAM

In the box

Surface Studio
Surface Pen
Surface Keyboard
Surface Mouse
Power cord with grip-release cable

Price and currency: £3,399
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: Cash, Bank Transfer Or Paypal
Location: Solihull, West Midlands,Uk
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For Sale – Microsoft Surface Studio 28″ Touch – Quad-core i7, 32GB RAM, 2TB, All-in-One Desktop Computer

Microsoft Surface Studio 28″ Touch – Quad-core i7, 32GB RAM, 2TB, All-in-One

RRP: £4,300

Tech specs

Display
Screen: 28 in PixelSense Display
Resolution: 4500 x 3000 (192 DPI)

Processor
i7

Graphics
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980M 4GB GPU GDDR5 memory

Storage
128GB SSD with 2TB HDD

Memory
32GB RAM

In the box

Surface Studio
Surface Pen
Surface Keyboard
Surface Mouse
Power cord with grip-release cable

Price and currency: £3,399
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: Cash, Bank Transfer Or Paypal
Location: Solihull, West Midlands,Uk
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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Twilio Studio brings low-code development to DevOps

With its new Twilio Studio offering, cloud communications platform provider Twilio Inc. is bringing DevOps to low-code development for building customer engagement apps.

Twilio Studio, the latest addition to the company’s Engagement Cloud, is a visual development platform that enables cross-functional teams — developers and nondevelopers — to collaborate on building customer engagement apps, such as interactive voice response systems, conversational messaging bots, notification workflows and more, in rapid fashion.

The low-code tooling enables business users to join forces with the more than 1.6 million Twilio developers worldwide, the company said.

“Twilio Studio is all about helping developers and nondevelopers collaborate to build a variety of customer engagement solutions,” Pat Malatack, general manager of messaging and vice president of product at San Francisco-based Twilio, told TechTarget. “Developers can build workflows and hand them off to business operators to iterate on later. Studio makes Twilio accessible to every department, including product, marketing, support and engineering. Adding a new channel or changing the customer experience can happen quickly without having to write new code.”

Tsahi Levent-Levi, an independent analyst and consultant for WebRTC, said Twilio Studio is redefining what a communications platform as a service offering is because of the many benefits it brings to the CPaaS space, including:

  • It makes it easy to navigate and understand the various products of Twilio by packing them all nicely into a visual tool.
  • It gets builders developing faster by eliminating all the mucking around with the APIs and handling the interface points.
  • If planned and designed properly, it can be a tool for templating parts of the behavior and enabling nondevelopers to figure out on their own how to tweak the experience.

“The DevOps element means that whatever you do on Twilio Studio — and Twilio Functions — gets handled on the ops side by Twilio,” Levent-Levi said. “You don’t need to take care of the machines, their downtime, their scaling, their security, etc. — all this is taken care of by Twilio. This reduces a lot of hassles. But, more importantly, it means that your service will be more reliable for your customers, as it is being maintained and managed at Twilio’s scale.”

The DevOps element means that whatever you do on Twilio Studio — and Twilio Functions — gets handled on the ops side by Twilio.
Tsahi Levent-Leviindependent analyst and consultant for WebRTC

Workflows built with Twilio Studio are hosted and run on Twilio Runtime, the same elastic cloud that runs Twilio’s entire infrastructure.

Moreover, Malatack said Twilio Studio taps the popular Twilio APIs that help developers build communications workflow into business engagement apps and delivers that capability to a wider variety of builders inside the company to build, scale and iterate on workflows. In short, Twilio officials said Twilio Studio offers the flexibility of custom software development, with the speed of a packaged, commercial service.

“Prior to Twilio Studio, businesses had to choose between buying prepackaged products with limited customization or relying on limited development resources to create and maintain more dynamic customer experiences,” said Jeff Lawson, Twilio’s CEO and co-founder, in a statement. “Studio eliminates that false choice, allowing developers to accelerate their roadmap by putting the power of Twilio into the hands of more builders across every company.”

As part of Twilio Engagement Cloud, the low-code development offering is a member of a suite of services for enterprises to build multichannel customer engagement applications.

“I think there will be many more benefits as this new product grows and evolves — things that can bring it to additional markets and offer huge benefits to nondevelopers,” Levent-Levi said. “If I were a company offering contact-center-related products, I’d be worried.”

What is Microsoft Log Parser Studio? – Definition from WhatIs.com

Microsoft Log Parser Studio is a front-end utility that features a graphical user interface, report builder and query repository for Microsoft’s Log Parser application.

Log Parser is a free command-line tool that can run queries based on SQL syntax against log files for diagnostic and troubleshooting purposes. Administrators can also use Log Parser to examine data sources from the Windows operating system, such as the Windows registry; Internet Information Services (IIS); Exchange; and other applications to locate specific entries or conditions.

Log Parser Studio builds on the capabilities of Log Parser and comes with more than 180 pre-defined queries. The Log Parser Studio GUI features a number of icons tied to specific actions, such as “show chart” and “export CSV.” Administrators can write, execute and manage queries in the GUI. The Log Parser Studio can store queries in a centralized repository.

Log Parser Studio GUI
Log Parser Studio features a GUI to execute queries based on SQL syntax. The administrator can use the interface to do various tasks, such as sort through the results or build a chart based on the query results.

Log Parser Studio provides other features and functionality, including the ability to import multiple XML files; context-aware searching; support for all Log Parser formats; support for Exchange logs, such as EEL and EELX log formats; the capacity to export queries as PowerShell scripts; and query logging, which saves all query work. Log Parser Studio can run a collection of queries in a batch job and execute queries automatically for use in daily reports.

Microsoft released Log Parser Studio in 2012.

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