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QuorumSoft introduces ‘Scale on Demand’ Citrix XenServer backup and disaster recovery

first_imgQuorumSoft, a world leading provider of  deduplicating archival solutions for virtualized environments, today announced the general availability of Alikeâ ¢ Version 2.1, a new generation solution for Citrix XenServer backup and disaster recovery.  Alike v2.1 delivers significant enhancements, including dramatically faster backup performance, more flexible deployment options, and innovative new ways to minimize bandwidth and storage costs. With Alike v2.1, multiple virtual machines (VMs) can be backed up concurrently, giving XenServer users the ability to scale the solution to meet their unique requirements. Alike v2.1 also includes the ability to backup and replicate a virtual machine in a single pass, choose push or pull replication flow, and other advanced capabilities. To provide companies with the flexibility to balance their resource utilization, QuorumSoft offers the choice of either source-side or target-side deduplication. ‘We created Alike v2.1 in direct response to what Citrix XenServer users worldwide have said they wanted’a flexible way to reduce the time and expense of protecting critical business environments and avoiding disruptions to their operations,’ said Phil Baskette, founder and CEO, Quorum Software, Inc. ‘Alike v2.1 is an important milestone in our long-term strategy to continually create new and innovative backup and disaster recovery solutions.’Alike v2.1 also enables companies to:·         Easily and efficiently keep an up-to-date version of their backup history offsiteManage all backup and replication tasks without using cumbersome command line configurationTailor any backup and replication schedule to their needs, using a flexible job scheduling engineLeverage any CIFS compliant storage systemSchedule the export of XVA archives to diskDeploy Alike on physical or virtual machines. BURLINGTON, VT ‘ September 7, 2011 ‘last_img read more

Behind 4 double-digit scorers, Syracuse downs Pittsburgh 62-53 for 3rd-straight win

first_imgBehind Digna Strautmane’s big night, Syracuse won its third-straight game on Monday.“We did a really good job of getting the ball where she could score,” SU head coach Quentin Hillsman said, “and she succeeded.”Scoring 16 points and grabbing six rebounds to go along with two blocks, Strautmane led Syracuse (20-7, 8-6 Atlantic Coast) past Pittsburgh (10-17, 2-12), 62-53, in the Petersen Events Center. It’s the ninth-straight year that SU has won at least 20 games. The Orange featured a balanced attack with four players reaching double digits, despite shooting a rather dismal 33.9 percent from the field and 25.9 percent from 3. SU made up for the poor shooting by winning on the glass and getting to the free-throw line 10 more times than the Panthers.“We just slowed the game down and did what we needed to do to win,” Hillsman said. Strautmane, who has seen an improvement in her outside shooting of late, did most of her damage on Monday in the paint. In the span of a few minutes in the third quarter, Strautmane put up seven points via an and-1 layup, getting fouled on a layup attempt and then dropping in a nifty underhand layup from beneath the hoop.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textMiranda Drummond chipped in 15 points, going 3-of-8 from behind the arc, and point guard Tiana Mangakahia tallied 14, notably going 6-for-6 from the charity stripe. Mangakahia played a solid all-around game, grabbing three rebounds, dishing five assists and nabbing four steals.Coming off the bench, Isis Young helped spark SU’s offense, scoring 11 points while spelling backcourt running mates Mangakahia and shooting guard Gabrielle Cooper.“I was really happy that we got multiple players contributing,” Hillsman said.In lieu of poor shooting, the Orange found other ways to build an edge against the Panthers. When SU got to the free-throw line Monday, it made Pittsburgh pay. Syracuse sank 17-of-19 attempts from the stripe. The Orange also bullied Pittsburgh on the glass, out-rebounding the Panthers 40-to-34 and five more offensive boards.“We did a good job on the defensive end,” Hillsman said, “and made our free throws in the fourth quarter and really closed the game strong.”After Syracuse lost to then-No. 4 Louisville on Feb. 4, Hillsman stressed the importance of winning the last five games of the season to get to 10 conference wins. He cited 10 wins as being the mark where SU could feel supremely confident about its NCAA Tournament chances. Since that game, SU has won three straight, and is on pace to win its final five games. Hillsman said he thinks SU will win its final two games, so long as it plays tough defensively and can continue to be tough on the road when the Orange heads to Chapel Hill, North Carolina, for a matchup with the Tar Heels on Thursday night.“We’ve got to continue to do the things we’re doing well,” Hillsman said. Comments Published on February 19, 2018 at 10:17 pm Contact Andrew: [email protected] | @A_E_Graham Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

What channel is Oklahoma vs. Baylor on today? Time, schedule for Big 12 championship game 2019

first_imgThe 18th championship game in conference history pits a longtime Big 12 contender against an upstart squad looking to make a statement. The Sooners have captured seven of the last nine Big 12 championships while Baylor is making its first appearance in the event.Plenty of points are expected in Saturday’s contest. Oklahoma (11-1, 8-1 Big 12) and Baylor (11-1, 8-1 Big 12) have combined to average 80.5 points of offense per game this season behind their offensive attacks that rank fifth and 15th, respectively, in the nation. If the Big 12 championship game is anything like the thriller between these two teams last month, viewers will be in for a treat. On Nov. 16, then-undefeated Baylor ran out to a 31-10 halftime lead over Oklahoma. Sooners quarterback Jalen Hurts mounted a massive comeback, though, tossing three second-half touchdowns and helping manufacture a late scoring drive which resulted in the eventual game-winning field goal with 1:45 remaining.Below is all the info you need to watch Oklahoma vs. Baylor on Saturday, including kickoff time, TV channel and a full championship week college football schedule.MORE: Six scenarios for final College Football Playoff rankingsWhat channel is Oklahoma vs. Baylor on today?TV channel (national): ABCLive stream: WatchESPNThe Big 12 championship game between Oklahoma and Baylor will be broadcast nationally on ABC. No. 6 Oklahoma takes on No. 8 Baylor in the Big 12 championship game at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. LIVE: Follow Oklahoma vs. Baylor updates from Big 12 championship Sean McDonough and Todd Blackledge will handle the announcing duties. MORE: Full betting preview for Big 12 championship gameOklahoma vs. Baylor: What time is kickoff?Date: Saturday, Dec. 7Start time: Noon ETOklahoma vs. Baylor is one of nine championship games that will be decided on Saturday. The Big 12 championship game will share the noon window with the Sun Belt championship game between Louisiana vs. No. 20 Appalachian State and the MAC championship game between Miami (Ohio) and Central Michigan.College football scores, conference championship gamesPac-12: No. 13 Oregon 37, No. 5 Utah 15Big 12: No. 8 Baylor vs. No. 6 OklahomaSun Belt: Louisiana at No. 20 Appalachian StateMAC: Miami (Ohio) vs. Central MichiganCUSA: UAB at Florida AtlanticAAC: No. 19 Cincinnati at No. 16 MemphisSEC: No. 1 LSU vs. No. 4 GeorgiaMWC: Hawaii at No. 19 Boise StateACC: No. 3 Clemson vs. No. 22 VirginiaBig Ten: No. 2 Ohio State vs. No. 10 Wisconsinlast_img read more