Fast lane training update: ‘ Virtualization: concepts, potentials & risks (VIRT) Hamburg/Berlin, 18 January 2010 IT training expert fast lane has the course of Virtualization: concepts, potentials & risks (VIRT) important content added and updated. The focus of cross training are current virtualization solutions as well as their applications. The two-day training is aimed mainly at administrators, decision makers, project managers and consultants. An overview of the different areas of virtualization provides the participants the advantages and disadvantages of this technology. This, in particular the differences between non-virtualized environments appear. The experts by fast lane also explain how virtual infrastructure into an existing IT landscape are to be integrated.
In a closing sequence as examples some commercial virtualization solutions are compared with how VMware vSphere, Citrix Xen server and Microsoft Hyper-V. Courses at a glance: -. Term definition and history of virtualization in the IT sector – different areas of virtualization – virtualization of operating systems/environments – virtualization of hardware components – grid computing – Applicationvirtualization – desktop virtualization – integration of virtualization solutions into an existing IT landscape – backup of virtual machines – managing virtual components – access to virtual machines – deployment of virtual machines (lab management, templates, images) – impact virtual solutions on the operation – commercial virtualization compared – VMware vSphere Citrix Xen Server – Microsoft Hyper-V events: Berlin: 18/02-19.02.2010 Berlin: 04-05.03.2010 Hamburg: 03-March 19, 2010 price (excl. VAT): 1.090,-more information about the course available under the following link available: course/fl-virt. Fast lane brief portrait: the fast lane group with headquarters in Berlin, Cary (NC), San Jose de Costa Rica, Ljubljana, St. Petersburg and Tokyo is specialist for IT training and Consulting in the field of high-end.
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L to international financial crisis, which has already left, a few months ago, be exclusively financial to also be a crisis in the real part of the economy, continues its March on the American automotive sector. As every crisis of this nature, the durable goods-producing sectors are the most affected are given that families limit the demand for them in the first place. And among the sectors affected in the American economy, the automotive sector is one of which is more being beaten. The importance of the automotive sector for the American economy is not minor, given the amount of employment that generates, and its contribution to the gross domestic product (GDP) American and technological development, and is why that is not one minor issue that the sector is experiencing a critical situation that can lead to several of their companies (including a large) into bankruptcy. The big three of Detroit, General Motors (NYSE:GM), (NYSE:F) Ford and Chrysler, which employ a total of 240,000 people directly in United States, they are not going through a good moment and the possibility that can break is concrete and not less. But the possible fall of these three companies, there is much at stake. In it are at stake nothing more nor nothing less than 3 million jobs in the United States that direct or indirectly linked to these companies, according to a report by the Center for Automotive Research.
It is that a possible bankruptcy of these companies could trigger a great succession of bankruptcies of companies that make up the chain of production in the automotive sector. But what not many mentions, are the problems that the collapse of these companies can generate for the rest of the productive sectors of the U.S. economy and even the financial system. It is an increase of a large mass of unemployed workers can be translated into a further deterioration in the loan portfolios of financial institutions faced with the impossibility of these unemployed workers to meet their obligations.
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After the successful Beaver project, the conservation organization Naturefund starts directly with the next land purchase project. This time, Naturefund wants to buy almost an acre of meadow in the countryside ‘Langenselbolder Flos’ in the Kinzig Valley. In the neighborhood, one of the last known breeding places of the Lapwing is located in South Hesse, whose Bestande have declined dramatically in recent years. Together with the Hessische Gesellschaft fur Ornithologie und Naturschutz (HGON), Naturefund wants to preserve this area as Plover Habitat. The exalted Kie-wit, KIE-wit’ is rarely heard at us. Who discovered a Kiebtiz today, must have great luck or a lot of patience. Yet, the Lapwing was once one of the most common birds.
The smallholder and extensive management created structure-rich and varied landscapes. In the flood zones of rivers caused extensive wet meadows with valleys and flood basins, which began on the large amounts of water in the rivers such as sponges in spring and autumn. Not only the man, numerous species benefited. Meadows offer an ideal habitat for the birds such as Lapwing, black-tailed godwit or the large Curlew Exchange moisture. But since the 1970s, these habitats and hence the stocks of the birds rapidly declined. A steadily increasing intensification of agriculture with high fertilization, early mowing and a rigorous drainage of the meadows destroyed the sponge function of these habitats in many places and led to a degradation of biodiversity. As only meadow bird eluded the Lapwing on arable land and tried to raise his brood there.
But the modern, large machines will not stop at Plover nests. “The Lapwing is poised to disappear from our landscape”, says Susanne farrier Rahman, Managing Director of HGON in Rodenbach. “Every year it’s to high losses located and fledglings.” It is all the more important to preserve its Habitat. We hope now with Naturefund this meadow to as Plover Habitat “, and to absorb a little so the stock slump of the Lapwing in our region.” The Meadow for sale bordering an existing Lapwing biotope, that the Working Group of main-Kinzig of the HGON already some time ago with the Ministry of road and transportation Gelnhausen as a compensatory measure for the construction of the A45/A66 successfully re-naturalized. The purchase of the new area of total 9.770 square meters would extend the Habitat for the Lapwing and many other species on a total of 3 hectares. “We put so Katja Wiese, Managing Director of Naturefund,”The purchase of land is often one of the most effective and fastest to be implemented measures, to preserve a part of existing natural resources,”back on the public work and the power of new media, the Internet. Who knows,”she smiles mischievously,”maybe we succeed a similar miracle such as the Beaver project that we have secured only with the help of private donations within a few weeks.” More information about the Lapwing project there is in the Internet under hgon. 12 square meters for the Lapwing can be backed up with a donation of EUR 30. Account for donations: Naturefund e. V., Nassauische Sparkasse, bank code 510 500 15, account 101 261 352, subject: Lapwing. A donation is tax deductible. You will find photo material to the press release see: press news contact: Katja Wiese, Naturefund e. V. Sun Berger Street 20a 65193 Wiesbaden Tel.: + 49 611 50 45 810-19 we buy land for nature take with!