Ka'ulu, the young troublemaker, was in big trouble. His uncle, the King of Maui, banished him to the island of Lana'i. This was almost certainly a death sentence. Lana'i was a dreaded island, inhabited by man-eating ghosts and a feared sorceress. All Hawaiians feared Lana'i. They feared the place so much that no one lived there for over 500 years. Ka'ulu was only a young boy. Could he manage to survive? ould he trick the ghosts? This is the tlae of Ka'ulu,a real-life Hawaiian hero.
From mouth-watering fettucine to hand-made gelato, this Italian cookbook mixes easy to prepare, authentic recipes with tales, travels and experiences of Italy that will inspire you to cook and enjoy.
Key Features Discover how to monitor complex IT environments with System Center Operations Manager using tips, tricks and best practice recommendations from industry experts. Learn how to create eye-catching dashboards and reports to help deliver a tangible return on investment back to your organization.
Optimize, troubleshoot and perform disaster recovery in Operations Manager using step by step examples based on real-world scenarios. Book Description Most modern IT environments comprise a heterogeneous mixture of servers, network devices, virtual hypervisors, storage solutions, cross-platform operating systems and applications. All this complexity brings a requirement to deliver a centralized monitoring and reporting solution that can help IT administrators quickly identify where the problems are and how best to resolve them. Using System Center Operations Manager (OpsMgr), administrators get a full monitoring overview of the IT services they have responsibility for across the organization - along with some useful management capabilities to help them remediate any issues they've been alerted to.
This book begins with an introduction to OpsMgr and its core concepts and then walks you through designing and deploying the various roles.
After a chapter on exploring the consoles, you will learn how to deploy agents, work with management packs, configure network monitoring and model your IT services using distributed applications. There’s a chapter dedicated to alert tuning and another that demonstrates how to visualize your IT using dashboards.
The final chapters in the book discuss how to create alert subscriptions, manage reports, backup and recover OpsMgr, perform maintenance and troubleshoot common problems. What you will learn Install a new System Center 2016 Operations Manager Management Group Design and provision custom views to relevant support teams. Understand how to deploy agents Work with management packs Monitor network devices Model your IT services with distributed applications Create dashboards and custom visualizations Tune, optimize, maintain and troubleshoot System Center Operations Manager About the Author Kevin Greene is a Microsoft MVP in the Cloud and Datacenter Management space and has been working in IT since 1999. He is employed as a Cloud Technologies Consultant at Ergo in Dublin, Ireland and in this role, he works with clients to deliver enterprise grade solutions using System Center, Windows Server and Azure. On the Microsoft certification track since the nostalgic days of Windows NT 4.0, he holds qualifications that include MCSE, MCSA, MCITP, MCP, and MCTS.
Kevin is an active participant in the System Center and Cloud OS community through his blog at http://kevingreeneitblog.blogspot.com and he can also be found hanging around Twitter as @kgreeneit. A regular speaker at local and international events, he has also co-authored a number of books including ‘Mastering System Center 2012 - Operations Manager’ (Sybex, 2012) and ‘Mastering Windows Server 2012 R2’ (Sybex, 2013).
Hope and Healing in Urban Education proposes a new movement of healing justice to repair the damage done by the erosion of hope resulting from structural violence in urban communities. Drawing on ethnographic case studies from around the country, this book chronicles how teacher activists employ healing strategies in stressed schools and community organizations, and work to reverse negative impacts on academic achievement and civic engagement, supporting their students to become powerful civic actors. The book argues that healing a community is a form of political action, and emphasizes the need to place healing and hope at the center of our educational and political strategies. At once a bold, revealing, and nuanced look at troubled urban communities as well as the teacher activists and community members working to reverse the damage done by generations of oppression, Hope and Healing in Urban Education examines how social change can be enacted from within to restore a sense of hope to besieged communities and counteract the effects of poverty, violence, and hopeness.
Collects Uncanny X-Men #450-454. The X-Men investigate a series of mysterious murders in New York City. All the victims seem to have been cut to pieces by blades... Adamantium blades! But if Wolverine didn't murder these people, then who did?! Plus: While on assignment to track down missing teammate Sage, the X-Men discover more than they bargained for: the birth of a newer and deadlier Hellfire Club!
A key figure in the development of Western literature, the Greek poet Theocritus of Syracuse, was the inventor of "bucolic" or pastoral poetry in the first half of the third century BC. These vignettes of country life, which center on competitions of song and love are the foundational poems of the western pastoral tradition. They were the principal model for Virgil in the Eclogues and their influence can be seen in the work of Petrarch and Milton. Although it is the pastoral poems for which he is chiefly famous, Theocritus also wrote hymns to the gods, brilliant mime depictions of everyday life, short narrative epics, epigrams, and encomia of the powerful. The great variety of his poems illustrates the rich and flourishing poetic culture of what was a golden age of Greek poetry. Based on the original Greek text, this accurate and fluent translation is the only edition of the complete Idylls currently in print.
It includes an accessible introduction by Richard Hunter that describes what is known of Theocritus, the poetic tradition and Theocritus' innovations and what exactly is meant by "bucolic" poetry.
Mała stara wieś, pośrodku wielkiego „nigdzie”. Tu życie płynie swoim rytmem. Pradawnym zwyczajom akompaniują niewyraźne echa dalekiego świata, docierające zza Zamczyska, rzeki Białej i Pustyni Błędowskiej.
W jednej z chałup, na rozrogu porośniętym lipami, mieszkają dziadek i babka. Gospodyni sprawia wrażenie nieobecnej, chłop z każdym dniem wydaje się starszy — coraz częściej zaczyna szeptać do siebie niezrozumiałe, na wpół urwane zdania. Błądzi pustym wzrokiem i miewa napady obłędu. Gdzieś znika. Niekiedy na długie godziny. We wsi mówi się, że chodzi na Podkrzywdzie. Wraz z nimi mieszka wnuk. Obserwuje codzienne rytuały, poznaje sekrety i fascynujące opowieści mieszkańców. Szybko orientuje się, że również jego rodzina ma swoją wielką tajemnicę… Kim lub czym jest nieokreślone „ono”, którego imię na wpół świadomie przywołuje dziadek? Z opowieści chłopca, snutej w połowie mieszkańców, a w połowie jego słowami, z zasłyszanych i dojrzanych elementów wyłania się świat, w którym to, co przyziemne i realistyczne, łączy się z symbolicznym i niedookreślonym. Świat, którego oddanie wymaga osobnego języka. Świat, w którym to, co tamtejsze, okazuje się uniwersalne i aktualne. Pachnąca lasem, paląca w gardło bimbrem i jęcząca głosem zarzynanych kaczek. Hipnotyzująca, sensualna opowieść, w której można zanurzyć się wszystkimi zmysłami.