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For Sale – NETGEAR ORBI RBK50

Recently upgraded whole house with ethernet ports so up for sale is my Orbi home mesh kit.

All boxed and literally like new. Purchased in April 2017 so still under warranty.
The RBK50 comes with Router and one Satellite.

Gives amazing coverage (up to 3000sq ft according to Netgear) and throughput and above all wireless throughout your house. Check out many on line reviews that rate it as the best performing home mesh.

Condition is mint and like new. Did sell these on an auction site recently but was let down
£205. Boxed with router and one satellite.

Price and currency: £205
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT or PPG
Location: London/Essex
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Acer X34A Ultrawide 100hz Gsync .

X34A Ultrawide 100HZ Gsync IPs ..

Selling due to selling my whole rig and 2 Monitors as I just don’t have the time to use the pc anymore and find myself only ever using my laptop so one had to go .

Was bought June 2017 .

There is no dead pixels , it does the 100hz no problems .

It has slight IPS glow and very little light bleed but can only be seen at start up . It’s still got protective wrapping on stand . All boxed back up and ready to go with original box and packaging .

This will either need collecting or to arrange your own courier . I have sold a few monitors on here and always done this with no problems . I am able to print off labels for which ever courier you use .

If this don’t sell then I will sell the Acer 32in 4K XB321HK Gsync 60hz IPS Monitor that I’m currently using so either can go but I do prefer 4K . This screen is perfect and hardly any IPs glow or no light bleed.

Price and currency: £650
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: BT
Location: dumfries
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For Sale – Acer X34A Ultrawide 100hz Gsync .

X34A Ultrawide 100HZ Gsync IPs ..

Selling due to selling my whole rig and 2 Monitors as I just don’t have the time to use the pc anymore and find myself only ever using my laptop so one had to go .

Was bought June 2017 .

There is no dead pixels , it does the 100hz no problems .

It has slight IPS glow and very little light bleed but can only be seen at start up . It’s still got protective wrapping on stand . All boxed back up and ready to go with original box and packaging .

This will either need collecting or to arrange your own courier . I have sold a few monitors on here and always done this with no problems . I am able to print off labels for which ever courier you use . Priced to sell .

1st photo is the worst I can get it to show the buyer . This was on 70 brightness and 60 contrast but my iPhone does over saturate the image a lot.

If this don’t sell then I will sell the Acer 32in 4K XB321HK Gsync 60hz IPS Monitor that I’m currently using so either can go but I do prefer 4K . This screen is perfect and hardly any IPs glow or no light bleed.

Price and currency: £650
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: BT
Location: dumfries
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Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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Jenkins pipeline as code unifies enterprise DevOps approach

One software maker got a whole lot more than rapid app delivery, thanks to its use of Jenkins pipeline as code.

Ellucian Company L.P., a Reston, Va., software company that specializes in ERP systems for colleges and universities, embraced the pipeline-as-code features introduced with Jenkins 2.0 in 2016. These features give IT architects a visual interface to create pipelines using Jenkins’ domain-specific language, which could then be kept and version-controlled alongside application code to ensure consistency between them.

Before Jenkins 2.0, the software company struggled to rapidly iterate disparate legacy tech stacks, from Microsoft and Oracle proprietary applications to cloud-native apps developed in-house on Node.js. These applications also undergo different stages of development: Some pass continuous integration tests and are deployed immediately, while others involve a more lengthy continuous delivery process based on Amazon Machine Images.

However, Jenkins pipeline-as-code features, which were added to CloudBees’ commercially supported offering Jenkins Enterprise, helped standardize Ellucian’s approach to continuous integration and continuous delivery (CI/CD).

“Traditionally, to build a pipeline, you’d have to build various stages and transfer parameters from one stage to another. But now, the stages become more standardized, and several of our groups are reusing others’ pipeline stages,” said Jason Shawn, senior director of DevOps and cloud for Ellucian. “People have also been able to make changes to their pipelines more quickly.”

Jenkins pipeline as code is available in the open source version of the CI/CD software, but Ellucian chose CloudBees for enterprise support, as it integrated a diverse array of applications.

“If this company was in a different spot in their journey and much more locked in to one or two tech stacks, CloudBees might not be part of the equation. But, realistically, we need help to integrate pretty much everything under the sun,” Shawn said. But because CloudBees’ offering is based on the open source platform, Ellucian can also draw on community support and apply lessons others have learned.

CloudBees’ Jenkins Enterprise platform will soon offer Kubernetes container orchestration support for Jenkins masters, which Ellucian plans to adopt. This will extend the notion of a large, centrally provisioned client master toward distributed masters that can be provisioned by engineering teams on demand. Shawn said he expects this change will improve the performance of Jenkins pipeline-as-code deployments, as well.

Our vision is to take a product through its whole lifecycle [with] a master, and then it can scale using as many workers as it needs to,” he said.

Jenkins pipeline as code opens door to DevSecOps

Our vision is to take a product through its whole lifecycle [with] a master, and then it can scale using as many workers as it needs to.
Jason Shawnsenior director of DevOps and cloud, Ellucian

After the upgrade to distributed masters, Ellucian plans to draw security practices into the DevOps process. The company will integrate open source security scanning tools, such as OAuth, OWASP Dependency-Check and Arachni, and will evaluate open source utility Zed Attack Proxy to find vulnerabilities in web applications. Jenkins pipeline as code will help link the results of these tools’ security scans into ThreadFix, so developers can evaluate the risks of vulnerabilities for each application.

“The whole [security] ecosystem is riddled with false positives. And, inevitably, you find you’re breaking a build for something that’s not necessary,” Shawn said. “So, how do you take that false positive and build it into your pipeline so you don’t hit it again and again? We’re exploring ways to build that security model with a more DevSecOps approach.”

Jenkins is still among the most widely used CI/CD pipeline tools, but Jenkins alternatives abound. Shawn said he’s also looked at Amazon’s native CI/CD pipeline services. He said he hopes CloudBees will make the Jenkins EC2 plug-in part of the core Jenkins code in future versions of CloudBees Jenkins Enterprise, which would help the third-party product keep up with Amazon’s natively integrated offerings.

“I don’t know that Amazon has quite delivered the robustness and versatility that Jenkins offers, but I would never count them out,” Shawn said. “If I was in CloudBees’ shoes, I’d be looking at competitors like that and ensuring that my ability to accommodate enterprise needs is first and foremost.”

Shawn’s team also evaluated the Blue Ocean UI, but needs further user acceptance tests with everyone who uses Jenkins pipeline as code at Ellucian before they switch.

“We were in the early beta,” Shawn said. “It had a little bit of a jarring effect; it’s a much better-looking UI, but most of our users were used to the old and ugly UI.”

Beth Pariseau is senior news writer for TechTarget’s Cloud and DevOps Media Group. Write to her at bpariseau@techtarget.com or follow @PariseauTT on Twitter.

Wanted – Z170 Motherboard & 1151/Skylake CPU

I have this pc for sale.

You can have the whole thing for £450 delivered

Intel Core i5 7600K, retail cpu

Gigabyte GA-Z170X Ultra Gaming, ATX motherboard

16Gb ( 4 x 4Gb ) 2666MHz Team Group, Delta RGB memory

Antec VSK-4000B USB 3.0 Mid Tower PC Case

Corsair 450 Watt VS450 Refurb ATX PSU/Power Supply Unit

Kingston SSDNow UV400 240GB

Windows 10 fully activated with digital license

Has a Microsoft stock cooler fitted to the CPU

I use the graphics from the CPU but a dedicated graphics card would be needed for gaming

I have the box for the case so posting not a problem.

Noticed on inspection a scratch on the side panel of the case

For Sale – NETGEAR RBK50 Orbi Whole Home Wi-Fi Mesh

Recently upgraded to Gigaclear router and whole house ethernet ports so up for sale is my Orbi home mesh kit.

All boxed and literally like new.
The RBK50 comes with Router and one Satellite.

Gives amazing coverage (up to 3000sq ft according to Netgear) and throughput and above all wireless throughout your house.

Price and currency: £200
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT or PPG
Location: Essex/London
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – NETGEAR RBK50 Orbi Whole Home Wi-Fi Mesh

Recently upgraded to Gigaclear router and whole house ethernet ports so up for sale is my Orbi home mesh kit.

All boxed and literally like new.
The RBK50 comes with Router and one Satellite.

Gives amazing coverage (up to 3000sq ft according to Netgear) and throughput and above all wireless throughout your house.

Price and currency: £200
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT or PPG
Location: Essex/London
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – NETGEAR RBK50 Orbi Whole Home Wi-Fi Mesh

Recently upgraded to Gigaclear router and whole house ethernet ports so up for sale is my Orbi home mesh kit.

All boxed and literally like new.
The RBK50 comes with Router and one Satellite.

Gives amazing coverage (up to 3000sq ft according to Netgear) and throughput and above all wireless throughout your house.

Price and currency: £200
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT or PPG
Location: Essex/London
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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Determine if an Exchange Online migration makes sense

it just concerns moving email to the cloud. But there is a whole product suite to consider as part of this process.

The decision to shift from an on-premises email platform is not easy. Before the organization commits to this move, look at the transition from both a strategic and a technical perspective. There are a series of questions that should be answered before making the decision to switch to Exchange Online.

Is Exchange Online right for this organization?

Remember that Exchange Online is part of the Office 365 suite and is more than just email. The platform’s services address many business needs, such as file shares, document sharing, collaboration tools and simple word processing. And with certain licenses, if you buy Exchange Online, you own many of these other tools as well.

With that in mind, review the business issues below to see if an Exchange Online migration makes sense for the company:

  • The employees work in silos and require a tool to tear down these walls.
  • While emails don’t include client information, the system should automatically check that sensitive information is not sent.
  • Security is a priority. A lot of effort is made to keep that technology up to date.
  • Some employees get 250 email messages a day and must work collaboratively with other teams.
  • Company data sits in many different places, including email. Data management must be simplified.

While email is definitely part of the challenge, it’s not the only tool that runs teams and organizations. These hurdles should not hold up an Exchange Online migration. If email is a priority, consider making this phase one of the project, and then, deploy the additional tools your organization needs in different phases of the project at a later date.

Work out a path to a solid migration

Once the business works out the strategic approach, dive into the technical considerations for a smooth Exchange Online migration. First, find answers to the following questions because they will influence the user experience (UX), design and amount of time to deploy.

Should the UX be seamless, or will users log in with different credentials for Office 365 email?

Answer: I find larger organizations do not want users to log in separately, whereas smaller ones are more flexible in this area. That said, most businesses want a seamless UX. A business that wants to give users more streamlined access to resources should discuss how to implement Azure Active Directory Connect to set up password sync and single sign-on. Federation is not required, but organizations that already have it implemented find it is a good option for them. If federation is not in your environment, then look at other options.

Does the business need a failback plan?

Answer: Organizations often see a migration to the cloud as one way, but a failback plan should be included in the planning process. Ask yourself this: Would your organization migrate its on-premises Exchange deployment to a new server without a failback plan? For most companies, the answer is typically no. The only exception tends to be the very small business that just wants to be in the cloud and not maintain costly on-site infrastructure. With a failback option, the migration will be done in hybrid mode with the Hybrid Configuration Wizard. The ability to fail back mailboxes or migrated components if an unexpected issue arises provides a measure of stability for the business.

Does the business need to back up email data in Exchange Online?

Answer: This question seems straightforward, but the answer is complicated. If the business is OK without the ability to restore a mailbox, then this might work. The Deleted Item Recovery feature keeps messages for 30 days, and the retention hold options can be used to retain messages beyond 30 days. Does the organization need a way to restore a mailbox when it’s gone or recover individual items beyond 30 days? With answers to those questions, the company can then work to produce the correct technical implementation that best supports its email requirements.

Consider what the business uses in its on-premises deployment and whether that should apply in the cloud. Each organization is different from a technical perspective, so there is more to think about. These questions will help prepare the groundwork when the time comes to make a decision about an Exchange Online migration.

For Sale – Components from a 1080ti rig.

Hi guys, splitting this for parts or selling whole (post in the desktop forum)

Palit GTX 1080ti FE £600

i5 6600K £120

Asus Z170A Gaming Mobo ATX £65

Phanteks P400S Tempered Glass Case in Black with Phanteks LED Strip £50

2 x 4GB DDR4 3200MHZ Corsair Dominator RAM £50

128GB Sandisk SSD £30

H100i GTX Corsair AIO Liquid Cooler £50

Corsair RM650 PSU £50

Asus VG248QE 144hz 24 Inch Gaming Monitor £100

Logitech G533 7.1 Wireless Headset £50

Logitech G Pro Mechanical Keyboard £50

Logitech G Pro Gaming Mouse £40

Collection only from my home address as I don’t have any of the original packaging or boxing to ship, and I don’t want to risk damaging the items.

Price and currency: Various
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: Cash/Bank Transfer
Location: Glasgow
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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