Cloud Sessions @ Dell EMC World Visit the session catalog here to build your Dell EMC World schedule with these cloud sessions.Realize the benefits of OpenStack without the challengesCloud trends and the Dell technologies point of viewFederal: Cloud-based solutions for mission-centric operationsThe business imperatives driving cloud adoptionCritical cloud considerations for your applicationsDeveloping the Perfect Cloud – How to make your enterprise cloud ready and cloud efficientExecuting Your Cloud Strategy: Managing your organization’s Digital transformationPublic, Private or Hybrid Cloud – Where should your apps live?Go Cloud Native in as little as 2 days Ed. Note: This blog was authored by John Terpstra, Director Cloud Architecture and Software EngineeringThe Dell EMC Validated Solutions Organization is pleased to introduce the jointly engineered Dell EMC Red Hat OpenStack Cloud Solution based on Red Hat OpenStack Platform (OSP) 9, available in early November.This offering continues to deliver on our commitment to be first to market with Red Hat OpenStack software releases and to provide an enterprise-capable, highly flexible and simple to deploy OpenStack solution that captures and leverages the innovation created in the OpenStack eco-system. In this release, we are enhancing deployment automation, automating in-service updates and providing options to implement containers as a service with Red Hat OpenShift 3.3, which is based on Kubernetes and Docker.Additionally, Red Hat CloudForms 4.2 has been validated as an optional extension to provide multi-cloud management and usage metering for show back/chargeback. Dell EMC Deployment Guides will be available for rapid deployment of OpenShift and CloudForms. Visit Red Hat OpenStack Cloud Solutions at Dell Tech Center for the latest updates.We use an automated test harness that extends the OpenStack Tempest toolset to help ensure that each OpenStack component, alone and in enterprise-class combinations, can be deployed with confidence. Open source advocates will appreciate that all enhanced enablement tools and utilities created by Dell EMC and Red Hat to support system testing and validation have been released in public open repositories such as GitHub under the Apache2 license. This release, like previous solution releases, is fully open source and free from any form of proprietary code.This latest release uses Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.2 and is powered with the latest generation of Dell EMC PowerEdge R430, R630, R730 and R730xd servers and Networking. The core architecture is documented in a reference architecture and designed to scale from less than half a rack to a three-rack cloud infrastructure solution capable of supporting up to 2,500 VM instances or up to 8,000 container instances.Join us at Dell EMC World 2016 and OpenStack Summit EMEA to learn more about Dell EMC Red Hat OpenStack Cloud Solutions. OpenStack Summit EMEA 2016 OpenStack Summit heads to Barcelona Spain, Oct 25-28, where you can network, skill up and plan your OpenStack cloud strategy. Check out the Dell EMC session and register today!Dell EMC Sessions @ OpenStack Summit Hello World for Murano – end to end process in a Docker container and moreThe Good, Bad and Ugly: OpenStack Consumption ModelsAutomating your manual test suite using a Tempest plugin, Scenario tests and RallyHadoop on OpenStack Cloud: The Elephant can fly!Cinder Project UpdateAnalyzing Performance in the Cloud : solving an elastic problem with a scientific approachBuild the Artificial Intelligence Cloud – Provision and Manage Tensor Flow cluster with OpenStackTroubleshooting Neutron: Physical and Virtual NetworksGetting the Most Out of Rally for Improving Scaling Behavior Dell EMC WorldDell EMC will host business and IT leaders from around the world Oct, 18-20, for the biggest enterprise technology event of the year. Join us for a different type of technology conference – Austin style – where the city’s most delicious food comes on trucks and the country’s best musicians play live every night!
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Drake’s special teams helped set up the Bulldogs to take a 7-0 lead. Devin Cates blocked a punt to put the offense on Butler’s 29-yard line. Three-plays later, Kraemer found Eric Saubert for a nine-yard touchdown pass. at Stetson University 11/19/2016 – 12 p.m. Grant Kraemer helped pace Drake’s offense, throwing for 246 yards, three touchdowns and completed 19-of-28 passes. Grant Menard led all receivers with 88 yards and two touchdowns on six receptions. Conley Wilkins recorded a game-high 78 yards rushing with a touchdown and is 59 yards (941) from becoming the fifth Bulldog to rush from 1,000 yards in a single season since 1986. DES MOINES, Iowa – The Drake University football team sent its 15 seniors out on a high note as the Bulldogs defeated Butler, 28-14, in their final home game of the season on Saturday. Listen Live Watch Live Drake’s offense came out of halftime clicking as the Bulldogs scored on their first two possession of the third-quarter, extending their lead to 28-7. Kraemer completed a 20-yard touchdown pass to Menard, and then Wilkins put Drake up by 21 points with a six-yard touchdown run. Next Game: Preview Buy Tickets Live Stats Full Schedule Roster Defensively, Michael Roane registered a team-best 11 tackles, while Tanner Evans recorded eight stops, including two tackles for a loss and a sack. A few possession later, Terry Wallen recorded his fourth interception of the season to give the offense the ball back to start the second-quarter. In the fourth-quarter, Drake’s defense forced Butler to turn the ball over on downs in Drake territory on back-to-back drives. Butler answered Drake’s touchdown with a score of its own as Drake took a 14-7 lead into intermission. “It’s a tough offense because they are running all kinds of motion and their quarterback is a good athlete. When they get things going they are tough to stop, but our defense did a great job today,” said Drake head coach Rick Fox. Butler came right back and put together its longest drive of the game, 75 yards, to cut its deficit to 14 points when Duvante Lane walked into the end zone from one yard out. The Bulldogs’ offense sealed the 28-14 victory when Wilkins converted on fourth-and-one to let the final minute run off the clock. The Bulldogs took advantage of the turnover with a 12-play 70-yard drive, capped off by an eight-yard touchdown catch by Menard to give Drake a 14-0 lead. “It’s huge to win your last home game, but now we want to finish it out right next week at Stetson,” said Fox about sending the seniors out with a win on Senior Day. Drake will wrap up the 2016 season with a trip to Stetson University on Saturday, Nov. 19. Kickoff is set for 12 p.m. CDT. Print Friendly Version