A car was taken after a burglar broke into a home in the Long Lane area of Letterkenny last weekend.The incident occurred in Manor View at around midnight on Saturday night/Sunday morning.It is thought that the burglar entered the home and stole the keys to the homeowner’s car – a grey English-registered Peugeot – before driving away. The car was later found abandoned in a nearby housing area.Gardaí are investigating the burglary and unauthorised taking of the vehicle. The authorities are appealing for anybody who was in the Long Lane area at the time or who witnessed this car to contact Letterkenny Garda Station on 0749167100 or the Garda Confidential Line 1800 666 111. Car taken following burglary of Letterkenny home was last modified: August 13th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting VMware Lacks Experience?Bob Muglia of Microsoft made the point in his address today that VMware lacks the experience of building private cloud environments. Microsoft makes the claim that its experience in building a public cloud environment means it can carry a number of different insights that only cones when you build something yourself.This may sound good but VMware also has considerable experience in hybrid and private cloud development. Customers are choosing VMware based on the company’s experience in virtualization. It entered the game before the rush of the past few years. VMware has to be pretty deeply involved into data center operations. Its job is more in keeping its position with the larger hardware providers, which it is doing in its partnerships with Cisco, EMC and others.Customers need to weight the cost benefits of a private cloud environment with a public cloud service from the the likes of Amazon, which provides infrastructure for companies. Microsoft’s private cloud means a capital expense that can be considerable.Potential customers should consider, too, what Forrester’s James Staten has to say:“The key question for Forrester clients is whether this makes Windows Azure a more appealing cloud platform. PaaS offerings have seen lower enterprise interest and adoption thus far due to concerns about lock-in. Windows Azure isn’t immune to this as there are unique APIs for leveraging this platform. But if you are a .Net shop or develop in .Net and Java and deploy to Windows Server, then you’ll find what you are looking for here. Yes, it is possible to build an app for Azure and move it back and forth between the PaaS platform and Windows Server 2008. The real question is what do you want out of the Azure platform? If you simply want to test the functionality of an application destined for Windows Server 2008 in your own data center and are just looking for faster access to resources for this type of testing, Azure fits the bill. But more likely you want to run the application on Azure because you want to take advantage of its automatic scalability. For that, you have to write to its APIs. And you should.”The reality of what service to choose comes down to what fits with your company culture. Even though the cloud has its own level of security, a private cloud environment may make more sense for the more conservative enterprise.it also doesn’t mean that a customer can transition to a more public cloud. Amazon’s IT department used virtualization to initially gets its infrastructure ready to for the cloud. That’s a prudent approach to consider for any company making a significant change in its infrastructure. alex williams Tags:#cloud#cloud computing#Virtualization Related Posts Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Microsoft unveiled its private cloud in a box today. Windows Azure Platform Alliance is a container system that plugs into an enterprise data center. Microsoft is touting eBay as its showcase customer. That’s a big name company. But is Microsoft’s private cloud right for you?Microsoft’s strategy is to form partnerships with hardware providers. In the first wave this includes aliiances with Fujitsu, Dell and Hewlett-Packard. If you want a Microsoft private cloud you will have to go with one of these companies solutions. More partners are expected to be announced in the months ahead.The company is using these partnerships as hardware alliances to house Microsoft’s pre-configured systems. It’s not entirely new news. It follows up on promises the company made several months ago. The overall strategy is to fit this private cloud into any ISP. That means customers may just be able to go to their local provider for a virtualized cloud environment. That’s a bit off in the distance but it could mean a tiered service that scales up and down, depending on the needs of the client. As part of its big show today at the Worldwide Partners Conference, Microsoft pointed to eBay as one of its first customers.From the eBay ink blog:“eBay will incorporate the Windows Azure platform appliance into two of its data centers. The goal being to further optimize its platform and achieve greater strategic agility and datacenter efficiency.” That doesn’t tell us a whole lot. Microsoft says the environment provides a strong test environment for eBay. It can test apps on the platform to see how performance pans out. What’s more interesting is what eBay VP of Technology, James Barrese has to say what cloud computing will do for eBay:
Liverpool boss Klopp confident over Keita injuryby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveLiverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is confident Naby Keita’s injury suffered in victory over Wolves isn’t serious.Keita was forced off shortly before the hour mark at Molineux having picked up a couple of knocks.However, Klopp said post-match that Keita’s issues ‘should be good’.”Did you see it back the first two situations? Was it a penalty or not, because he had a proper cut on the foot and everyone said ‘diver!’, but you don’t get a cut from a dive I would say,” the boss stated, during his press conference.”Then he had another one on his ribs, so that’s obviously [why] it didn’t work out. But it should be good. Two things which are a bit painful but I don’t think will be a problem for him.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
Chelsea legend Drogba happy Lampard backing young playersby Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveChelsea legend Didier Drogba is happy seeing manager Frank Lampard backing the club’s young players.Drogba believes Lampard’s emphasis on selecting young players for first-team games in the top flight and Champions League will prove to be a success.He said, “I think he (Lampard) is focusing on Chelsea and it happens that he needs to work on young players, to give them a chance.”Being an ex-player from the club, it helps a lot because we’ve seen all these kids when we were training.”So, you know, you have to give them a chance and when you do, they deliver.”They’ve been performing. Of course, there will be maybe a lack of experience in big games like Champions League but I’m not worried.”I’m really happy with the work that Frank is doing right now. And the fans, and the people who know football, they understand.” About the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
After defeating Minnesota 40-35 Saturday night, Iowa is 10-0 and still has a chance to represent the Big Ten in the College Football Playoff. Naturally, Iowa City is buzzing with excitement. But not every resident in town is happy with the development.According to Iowa City’s daily activity log, a resident who lives just a few blocks away from Kinnick Stadium thought the stadium got too loud Saturday night. The caller wanted to talk to the police about the situation. Check it out:Want to know what over 110,000 fans in one stadium looks like? #HawkFanHeaven pic.twitter.com/UqBloaDrjs— University of Iowa (@uiowa) November 15, 2015Something tells me that the police didn’t do much about it. Iowa hosts Purdue this upcoming Saturday – whoever made the call might want to leave town temporarily.
YouTube/Swanny JLast season did not live up to expectations for the Oklahoma Sooners. The team dropped games to most of the top Big 12 teams, including Baylor and TCU, lost a heartbreaking Bedlam game, and was blown out by Clemson in a bowl to finish 8-5. This season could not have gone more differently. OU sits at 11-1, with sole claim to the Big 12 title, and an almost-inevitable College Football Playoff berth. With their regular season over, FiveThirtyEight gives Oklahoma the best chance—99-percent—of any contender to make the field of four. To celebrate what turned into a magical Sooners season, YouTuber Swanny J has put together a new hype video celebrating the impending playoff berth. Get excited, Sooner fans.
High-profile celebrities, including Sir Michael Caine, Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York, David Seaman, Ian Wright, Greg Dyke, Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt, Steve Furst, Cressida Bonas, Ollie Proudlock and Stevie Johnson, turned out last week to a preview of the new Andrew Lloyd Webber musical School of Rock to help raise money for the Miles Frost Fund, in partnership with the British Heart Foundation (BHF).A host of stars joined members of the Frost and Lloyd Webber families at a showing of the hit Broadway musical in the New London Theatre, in Drury Lane, as Lord Lloyd Webber dedicated one of the preview nights to the Miles Frost Fund. Net proceeds from the ticket sales are going directly to the fund.Andrew and Madeleine Lloyd Webber, said: “We are delighted to be supporting this vital charity, however it is under tragic circumstances. If the Miles Frost Fund can save even one young life through screening and awareness this would be an extraordinary legacy. We hope everyone enjoyed the School of Rock Gala performance.”George Frost, Miles’ brother, said: “We are so incredibly grateful to Lord Lloyd Webber for dedicating this evening’s performance to the Miles Frost Fund. Losing Miles was absolutely devastating and we’re determined to do everything we can to prevent others from suffering this same pain. Tonight has been an absolutely fantastic evening, and every penny raised will help us save lives.”Simon Gillespie, Chief Executive of the British Heart Foundation, adds: “The Miles Frost Fund is visionary, giving us a real opportunity to dramatically improve diagnosis for HCM, a terrible inherited heart condition. Together, we’re determined to help more people across the UK reduce their risk of dying prematurely.“The Frost family are deeply committed to this cause. Their efforts are truly inspirational and tonight’s event shows that loud and clear. Not only has it raised vital money for the Fund but it also highlighted the problems in identifying those at risk of HCM and what we are doing together to change that.”