WHS GIRLS TENNIS Wildcats Near Perfect Against Stoneham

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — The WHS Girls Varsity Tennis Team defeated Stoneham, 5-0, on Monday, April 29, 2019 at Wilmington High School.Wilmington senior Emily Hill defeated Sophia Perillo, 6-0, 6-0.Wilmington junior Carolyn Roney defeat Stephanie Lee, 6-0, 6-1.Wilmington senior Lia Kourkoutas defeated Bridget Trecy, 6-0, 6-0.Wilmington senior Jessica D’Arco and sophomore Lauren D’Arco defeated Sydney Shephard and Tara Hacke, 6-0, 6-1.Wilmington sophomore Vrdhi Shah and sophomore Johanna Robinson defeated Maryjane McAllister and Brynn Hespeler, 6-4, 7-6 (7-4).Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWHS GIRLS TENNIS: Wildcats Defeat Stoneham & Wakefield On Back-To-Back DaysIn “Sports”WHS GIRLS TENNIS: Wilmington Sweeps MelroseIn “Sports”WHS GIRLS TENNIS: Wildcats Win Third Matchup In Three DaysIn “Sports”last_img read more

Bank official detained for bribery

first_imgNoakhaliMembers of Anti-Corruption Commission on Wednesday caught two people, including an official of Bangladesh Krishi Bank (BKB), red handed while taking bribe from customer in Begumganj upazila of Noakhali, reports UNB.The arrestees are Hafiz Ullah, a BKB official of Kadirpur branch and its night guard Ahsan Ullah.Talebur Rahman, deputy director of Noakhali unit ACC, said a customer wishing anonymity, submitted a written complaint against Hafiz Ullah as he demanded Tk 8,000 as bribe from him for providing Tk 80,000 as loan.On Wednesday, Hafiz Ullah took Tk 8,000 from the customer via Ahsan Ullah.A team of ACC went to the bank and caught Hafiz and Ahsan with the bribe money.last_img read more

Digital Ocean announces Managed Databases for PostgreSQL

first_imgYesterday, the team at Digital Ocean, a fully managed and feature-rich database service provider, announced the ‘Managed Databases for PostgreSQL’ as a Valentine gift for the users. The new Managed Databases along with the PostgreSQL support will allow developers to quickly build a scalable, high-performance database cluster with less hassle. One of the interesting features of this new provision is that one need not know anything about the Linux operating system or specific DevOps maintenance tasks. Managed databases take care of some challenges including: Help to identify the optimal database infrastructure footprint Scale infrastructure while business and data requirements grow Help in designing and managing highly available infrastructure and failover processes Implement a complete and reliable backup and recovery strategy Aid in forecasting and maintaining operational infrastructure costs The team at Digital Ocean writes, “You’ll enjoy simple, predictable pricing that allows you to control your costs. Spin up a database node starting from $15 per month or high availability cluster from $50 per month. Backups are included for free with your service to keep things simple. Ingress bandwidth is always free, and egress fees ($0.01/GB per month) will be waived for 2019.” Benefits of Managed Databases A hassle-free database maintenance Managed databases save a lot of time. All the user has to do is, quickly deploy a database, and the databases handle the rest. Users do not have to worry about security patches to the OS or database engine–once a new version or patch is available, just a simple click can enable it. Highly secure and optimized for performance All data in these newly managed databases is encrypted at rest and in transit. One can use the Cloud Firewall to restrict connections to their respective database. The database runs on enterprise-class VM hardware with local SSD storage, thus, giving the user a lightning-fast performance. Easy scalability With Managed Databases, users can scale up at any time without impacting their application, virtually. One can spin up read-only nodes to scale read operations or remove compute overhead from reporting requirements. Automatic failovers If any issue occurs with the primary node, traffic will automatically get routed to the standby nodes. The team at Digital ocean recommends selecting a high-availability option to minimize the impact in case of a failure. Simple and reliable backup and recovery solution Backups are handled automatically and free of cost. Full backups are taken every day and write-ahead-logs are maintained to allow users to restore to any point-in-time during the retention period. To know more about these new Managed Databases, visit the Digital Ocean website. Read Next Microsoft Cloud services’ DNS outage results in deleting several Microsoft Azure database records Google Cloud Firestore, the serverless, NoSQL document database, is now generally available 2018 is the year of graph databases. Here’s why.last_img read more