The All India Football Federation (AIFF) have announced they’ve accepted Stephen Constantine’s resignationThe English coach had been in charge of India for the last four years in what was his second spell with the national team.But a 1-0 defeat to Bahrain on Monday ended India’s hopes of reaching the knockout stages of the Asian Cup for the first time in their history after Jamal Rashed’s injury-time penalty.The result left India eliminated by finishing bottom of Group A with Constantine announcing his resignation to the press afterwards.“We haven’t received any official communication from him yet but we accept his decision and thank him for his contribution to Indian football,” read a statement from the AIFF General Secretary, Kushal Das, on Twitter.AIFF wants to change the face of Indian football Manuel R. Medina – August 7, 2019 The All India Football Federation (AIFF) is working closely with FIFA in order to fix the state of football in the country that has two first division football leagues.“Mr Stephen Constantine has announced his resignation as the Head Coach of the Indian National Team.“We haven’t received any official communication from him yet but we accept his decision and thank him for his contribution to Indian football.”Mr. @StephenConstan has announced his resignation as the Head Coach of the Indian National Team. We haven’t received any official communication from him yet but we accept his decision & thank him for his contribution to #Indianfootball: Mr. Kushal Das, General Secretary, AIFF pic.twitter.com/S792tJ6r1h— Indian Football Team (@IndianFootball) January 14, 2019
Nearly 3 million people follow the Houston Rockets on Twitter. Several college football and gymnastic teams reportedly got their Twitter accounts suspended over the weekend for posting tweets with copyrighted music as well. This aggression will not stand, man. https://t.co/amrO5lCmUW— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) May 20, 2019 Share your voice Twitter’s headquarters in San Francisco. James Martin/CNET The Houston Rockets appeared to have fouled on their Twitter account. The basketball team’s Twitter account was suspended following copyright complaints, Twitter said Monday. The tech company declined to share more about the complaints or if this suspension was temporary.The Houston Rockets’ Twitter account has been suspended. Screenshot by Queenie Wong/CNET A message on the Rockets’ account says Twitter suspends accounts that violate its rules. Twitter may suspend an account if it receives multiple copyright complaints.The Rockets didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment. The team told the Houston Chronicle in a statement that the account was temporarily pulled down because they posted tweets with copyrighted music. “We are working to correct the issue now,” the Rockets said in the statement.Twitter users took to the social media site to poke fun at the suspension and speculate why the account went silent.Even Sen. Ted Cruz, a Texas Republican, weighed in on the suspension by tweeting “This aggression will not stand, man.” The Rockets were eliminated in the playoffs this month after losing to the Golden State Warriors in the Western Conference Semifinals. On Monday, the ESPN Bay Area Twitter account tweeted that Warriors point guard Steph Curry “not only erased the Rockets from the postseason, but he has now erased their twitter account.” Warriors star @StephenCurry30 not only erased the Rockets from the postseason, but he has now erased their twitter account. pic.twitter.com/gkgwhBqyqw— ESPN Bay Area 🗯 (@ESPN_BayArea) May 20, 2019 0 Tags Post a comment Internet Services Tech Industry Twitter
Hebah PatelCollage of photos taken from Twitter and FacebookThe buzz in the media is that Hebah Patel, who was recently seen in the movie 24 Kisses, is set to enter Bigg Boss Telugu 3 as a contestant and she is likely to brighten up the house with her glam quotient.After facing a lot of hiccups, Star Maa recently made an official announcement that Akkineni Nagarjuna would host Bigg Boss Telugu 3, which is set to go on air soon. Though they are yet to reveal its date, the speculation is that this hit reality TV show would be launched on July 21.Names of several celebs from various fields were linked with Bigg Boss Telugu 3. Some of them have denied the reports, while others kept mum. Based on their response, there is a list of 14 contestants that has been doing rounds in the media for the last couple of weeks.The latest addition to the list is none other than actress Hebah Patel, who is known for her performance in Sukumar’s Kumari 21F. It is rumoured that the bosses of Star Maa have finalised this bold diva as a contestant on Bigg Boss Telugu 3. She is said to have agreed to spend 100 days inside the house.The bosses of Bigg Boss Telugu 3 think that Hebah Patel is popular for her glamorous roles and her entry into the shows will surely boost its viewership.Back in July 2018, it was rumoured that Hebah Patel would make a wildcard entry into the house of Bigg Boss Telugu 2. The speculation was made after anchor Shyamala was eliminated from the show, but it did not turn out to be true. Now, it should be seen whether it is going to be another baseless rumour or factual.Born and brought up in Mumbai, Hebah Patel made her acting debut with the Tamil movie Thirumanam Enum Nikkah 2014. In the same year, the actress also forayed into Kannada and Telugu film industry with Adyaksha and Ala Ela, respectively. She has played female leads another eight Telugu movies in the next five years.Hebah Patel was last seen in Ayodhyakumar Krishnamsetty’s 24 Kisses, which hit the screens on November 23, 2018. The actress has churned out a series of flops in recent years. She does not have any projects in her kitty. She was recently in news for a hot photoshoot. Having no films in her kitty, she might accept the offer of Bigg Boss Telugu 3, say the sources from the film industry.
×MJ Rodriguez on LeBron James ‘Representing’ for Trans, African-American WomenVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next Up’Joker’ Trailer02:24 twitter facebook reddit linkedin Linkhttps://variety.com/2019/digital/news/mj-rodriguez-nico-santos-to-announce-glaad-media-award-nominations-1203111244/?jwsource=clCopied EmbedCopiedLive00:0001:1001:10More Videos02:24’Joker’ Trailer02:15Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney Princesses01:39Mark Cousins’ ‘Women Make Film’ Trailer09:50’It: Chapter Two’ Director Andy Muschietti Explains the Meaning Behind Pennywise01:40Variety’s Power Of Pride Cover Shoot Behind the Scenes02:27Kirsten Dunst Talks ‘On Becoming a God in Central Florida’Close GLAAD Media Award galas will be held in Los Angeles on Mar. 28 and in New York on May 4.Rodriguez stars as Blanca on “Pose,” Ryan Murphy’s FX series that features the largest cast of transgender actors in television history. Not only does Santos star as undocumented gay Filipino employee on NBC’s “Superstore,” but he also appeared in the Warner Bros. hit “Crazy Rich Asians.”Also at Sundance, GLAAD will be making a special announcement at Outfest’s Queer Brunch on Jan. 27. and sponsoring the “Beyond the Transition Narrative: Transgender Storytelling in the 21st Century” panel at the Filmmaker Lodge on Jan. 29. Mj Rodriguez and Nico Santos are set to announce the nominees for the 30th annual GLAAD Media Awards.The “Pose” star and “Crazy Rich Asians” funny man will make the announcement during a live-stream hosted by AT&T and from the AT&T Hello Lounge at the Sundance Film Festival on Friday, Jan. 25.“The images and stories recognized by the GLAAD Media Awards over the past 30 years raised the bar for LGBTQ inclusion in the media industry and furthered acceptance among countless audience members,” GLAAD president and CEO Sarah Kate Ellis said in a statement. “The 30th anniversary of the GLAAD Media Awards will celebrate outstanding new LGBTQ talent like Mj and Nico who break through industry glass ceilings while celebrating the lengths we have come in LGBTQ representation across media.”
Most of us can still recall that magic moment during the PlayStation E3 2015 Press Conference when Shenmue 3 was revealed. This is a title many (myself included) have waited nearly 15 years for, and the excitement and enthusiasm for the game has only gotten stronger during that time. It’s been over half a year since the announcement, and news since then has been minimal at best. Thankfully, a bunch of new screenshots and some shaky-cam footage has surfaced, which assures us (or rather, re-assures us) that Shenmue 3 is in fact real and is coming along marvelously. 1/5Gorgeous tree, but no forklift? 1/5A rustic desk. 1/5A tranquil forest walk, probably? 1/5A pretty pumpkin patch. 1/5Blue skies, fresh air. <> Series creator and industry legend Yu Suzuki was at the Monaco Anime Game International Conferences to give us some new drool-worth Shenmue 3 material. We see what appears to be an autumn setting with lush vegetation, a highly detailed farm with fields, a barn, a house, and even some farm animals. Thanks to a deeply orange hue one would expect to see from a sunset, it would seem the game either has seasons, or takes place entirely in the fall.As great as the game is progressing, we should keep in mind that it’s still a work-in-progress. Shenmue 3 is slated for release in December of 2017, so there is still a long way to go before we see anything final.Still, what we have even at this early stage gives us hope that we’ll finally get the game we’ve been waiting for. With that said, anything can happen between now and the end of 2017, so it’s best to keep cautiously optimistic about this project until we can actually play it.
After winning the hearts of millions in Kolkata, the trio Malay Das, Subuddha Ghosh and Atish Thakur are up with their show in the Capital. Their last exhibition, Abstract Reality, which was held at Chemould Art Gallery, Kolkata will be opening for the art lover in Delhi on May 1 at Lalit Kala Academy. Malay Das has always taken keen interest in depicting the forces of nature in a bold format. Blue skies, water bodies and mighty trees, without human interference and disturbance adorn most of his works. Most of his works talk about the serenity at different times of the day. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Subuddha Ghosh has spent a significance cant time of his life in the mountains of Northeast India. His works talk a lot about loneliness and an attempt to strike a conversation with the mountains when he was at Aizawl. The painter has tried to capture the beauty of these mountains, big and small, at different times of the year, and different times of the day. The works on display are also an attestation of Subuddha’s command over light and shadow. Atish Thakur loves playing with the mysteries of nature. The artist in his attempt towards depicting these mysteries has woven a dream around the forces of nature. His usage of bold shades of red and yellow shows the power that nature possesses. At the same time his fine detailing of water bodies, half-bloomed flowers, cascading tree branches, depict the power of nature. Atish’s imagination is his strength and he tries to capture the tranquillity of nature through his works.
Parents who tend to get overly involved in the affairs of their kids, may kindly note: Crossing the line between supportive and too involved could indirectly lead to issues such as depression and anxiety for young adults, a study says.“Helicopter parents are parents who are overly involved,” said one of the researchers, Kayla Reed from Florida State University. “They mean everything with good intentions, but it often goes beyond supportive to intervening in the decisions of emerging adults,” Reed noted. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’For the study, the researchers surveyed more than 460 college students, aged 18 to 25, about how their mothers influenced their life decisions by asking the students how their mothers would respond to sample situations. They specifically looked at mothers because they are traditionally in the primary caregiver role.They also asked students to self-assess their abilities to persist in complicated tasks or adverse situations and then also rate their depression, life satisfaction, anxiety and physical health. Students who had mothers who allowed them more autonomy reported higher life satisfaction, physical health and self-efficacy. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixHowever, students with a so-called helicopter parent were more likely to report low levels of self-efficacy, or the ability to handle some tougher life tasks and decisions. In turn, those who reported low levels of self-efficacy also reported higher levels of anxiety and depression, and lower life satisfaction and physical health. The findings appeared online in the Journal of Child and Family Studies. “The way your parents interact with you has a lot to do with how you view yourself,” Mallory Lucier-Greer, Assistant Professor at Florida State University, said. “If parents are simply being supportive, they are saying things like ‘you can manage your finances, you can pick out your classes.’ It changes, if they are doing that all for you,” Lucier-Greer said. I think there are good intentions behind those helicopter behaviours, but at the end of the day you need to foster your child’s development,” she noted.
A view in vRealize Operations manager consists of the view type, subject, and data components: In this tutorial, the view is a trend view, which gets its data from the CPU Demand (%) metric. The subject is the object type, which a view is associated with. A view presents the data of the subject. For example, if the selected object is a host and you select the view named Host CPU Demand (%) Trend View, the result is a trend of the host’s CPU demand over a period of time. Today we will walk through the parts needed to define and build custom views in vRealize Operations manager, and learn to apply them to real work situations. This article is an excerpt from Mastering vRealize Operations Manager – Second Edition written by Spas Kaloferov, Scott Norris, Christopher Slater. Adding Name and description fields Although it might seem obvious, the first thing you need to define when creating a report is the name and description. Before you dismiss this requirement and simply enter My View or Scott’s Test, the name and description fields are very useful in defining the scope and target of the view. This is because many views are not really designed to be run/applied on the subject, but rather on one of its parents. This is especially true for lists and distributions, which we will cover below: What are different View types The presentation is the format the view is created in and how the information is displayed. The following types of views are available: List: A list view provides tabular data about specific objects in the environment that correspond to the selected view. Summary: A summary view presents tabular information about the current use of resources in the environment. Trend: A trend view uses historic data to generate trends and forecasts for resource use and availability in the environment. Distribution: A distribution view provides aggregated data about resource distribution in the monitored environment. Pie charts or bar charts are used to present the data. Text: A text view displays text that you provide when you create the view. Image: An image view allows you to insert a static image. List A list is one of the simplest presentation types to use and understand, and at the same time, is one of the most useful. A list provides a tabular layout of values for each data type, with the ability to provide an aggregation row such as sum or average at the end. Lists are the most useful presentation type for a large number of objects, and are able to provide information in the form of metrics and/or properties. Lists are also the most commonly used presentation when showing a collection of objects relative to its parent. An example of a list can be found in the following screenshot: List summary A summary is similar to a list, however the rows are the data types (rather than the objects) and the columns are aggregated values of all children of that subject type. Unlike a list, a summary field is compulsory, as the individual objects are not presented in the view. The summary view type is probably the least commonly used, but it is useful when you simply care about the end result and not the detail of how it was calculated. The following example shows Datastore Space Usage from the cluster level; information such as the average used GB across each Datastore can be displayed without the need to show each Datastore present in a list: Although it will be discussed in more detail in the next chapter, the availability of creating simple summary views of child resources has partially removed the need for creating super metrics for simply rolling up data to parent objects. Trend A trend view is a line graph representation of metrics showing historical data that can be used to generate trends and forecasts. Unlike some of the other presentation types, a trend can only show data from that subject type. As such, trend views do not filter up to parent objects. A trend view, in many ways, is similar to a standard metric chart widget with a set of combined preconfigured data types, with one major exception. The trend view has the ability to forecast data into the future for a specified period of time, as well as show the trend line for historical data for any object type. This allows the trend view to provide detailed and useful capacity planning data for any object in the vRealize Operations inventory. When selecting the data types to use in the view, it is recommended that, if multiple data types are used, that they support the same unit of measurement. Although this is not a requirement, views that have different unit types on the same scale are relatively hard to compare. An example of a trend view is shown as follows: Distribution A distribution view is a graphical representation of aggregated data which shows how resources fall within those aggregation groups. This essentially means that vRealize Operations finds a way of graphically representing a particular metric or property for a group of objects. In this example, it is the distribution of VM OS types in a given vSphere cluster. A distribution like a summary is very useful in displaying a small amount of information about a large number of objects. Distribution views can also be shown as bar charts. In this example, the distribution of Virtual Machine Memory Configuration Distribution is shown in a given vSphere cluster. This view can help spot virtual machines configured with a large amount of memory. An important point when creating distribution views is that the subject must be a child of the preview or target object. This means that you can only see a view for the distribution on one of the subject’s parent objects. Both visualization methods essentially group the subjects into buckets, with the number of buckets and their values based on the distribution type. The three distribution types are as follows: Dynamic distribution: vRealize Operations automatically determines how many buckets to create based on an interval, a min/max value, or a logarithmic equation. When dealing with varying data values, this is generally the recommended display. Manual distribution: Allows the administrator to manually set the range of each bucket in the display. Discrete distribution: Used for displaying exact values of objects rather than ranges. A discrete distribution is recommended if most objects only have a few possible values, such as properties or other binary values. Text and images The text and image views are used to insert static text or image content for the purpose of reports and dashboards. They allow an administrator to add context to a report in combination with the dynamic views that are inserted when the reports are generated. Adding Subjects to View Although the subjects are generally selected after the presentation, it makes sense to describe them first. The subject is the base object for which the view shows information. In other words, the subject is the object type that the data is coming from for the view. Any object type from any adapter can be selected. It is important to keep in mind that you may be designing a view for a parent object, however, the subject is actually the data of a child object. For example, if you wish to list all the Datastore free space in a vSphere Cluster itemized by Datastore, the subject will be a Datastore, not a Cluster Compute Resource. This is because although the list will always be viewed in the context of a cluster, the data listed is from Datastore objects themselves. When selecting a subject, an option is provided to select multiple object types. If this is done, only data that is common to both types will be available. Adding Data to View Data is the content that makes up the view based on the selected subject. The type of data that can be added and any additional options available depend on the select presentation type. An important feature with views is that they are able to display and filter based on properties, and not just standard metrics. This is particularly useful when filtering a list or distribution group. For example, the following screenshot shows badge information in a given vSphere Cluster, as long as they contain a vSphere tag of BackupProtectedVM. This allows a view to be filtered only to virtual machines that are deployed and managed by vRealize Automation: Adding Visibility layer One of the most useful features about views is that you have the ability to decide where they show up and where they can be linked from. The visibility layer defines where you can see a hyperlink to a view in vRealize Operations based on a series of checkboxes. The visibility step is broken into three categories, which are Availability, Further Analysis, and Blacklist, as shown in the following screenshot: Subsequently, you can also make the view available in a dashboard. To make this view available inside a dashboard, you can either edit an existing one or create a new dashboard by navigating to Home, Actions, then Create Dashboard. You can add the desired view within your dashboard configuration. Availability The availability checkboxes allow an administrator to devise how their view can be used and if there are cases where they wish to restrict its availability: Dashboard through the view widget: The view widget allows any created view to be displayed on a dashboard. This essentially allows an unlimited amount of data types to be displayed on the classic dashboards, with the flexibility of the different presentation types. Report template creation and modification: This setting allows views to be used in reports. If you are creating views explicitly to use in reports, ensure this box is checked. Details tab in the environment: The Details tab in the environment is the default location where administrators will use views. It is also the location where the Further Analysis links will take an administrator if selected. In most cases, it is recommended that this option be enabled, unless a view is not yet ready to be released to other users. Further Analysis The Further Analysis checkbox is a feature that allows an administrator to link views that they have created to the minor badges in the Object Analysis tab. Although this feature may seem comparatively small, it allows users to create relevant views for certain troubleshooting scenarios and link them directly to where administrators will be working. This allows administrators to leverage views more quickly for troubleshooting rather than simply jumping to the All Metrics tab and looking for dynamic threshold breaches. Blacklist The blacklist allows administrators to ensure that views cannot be used against certain object types. This is useful if you want to ensure that a view is only partially promoted up to a parent and not, for example, to a grandparent. How to Delete a View Views show up in multiple places. When you’re tempted to delete a view, ask yourself: Do I want to delete this entire view, or do I just want to no longer show it in one part of the UI? Don’t delete a view when you just want to hide it in one part of the UI. When you delete a view, areas in the UI that use the view are adjusted: Report templates: The view is removed from the report template Dashboards: The view widget displays the message The view does not exist Further Analysis panel of badges on the Analysis tab: The link to the view is removed Details > Views tab for the selected object: The view is removed from the list vRealize Operations will display a message informing you that deleting the view will modify the report templates that are using the view. Now, you have learned the new powerful features available in views and the different view presentation types. To know more about handling alerts and notifications in vRealize Operations, check out this book Mastering vRealize Operations Manager – Second Edition. 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