Qorvo’s engineering and semiconductor wafer fabrication facilities in North America, Europe, and Asia depend on business-critical .NET applications that tie engineering systems to the manufacturing environment that drives wafer fabrication on their shop floors. Performance hindrances to any one of their applications can cause a bottleneck in the fabrication plant or on the shop floor, resulting in late delivery, lots of overtime, and lost revenue. As the company continued to grow, their existing applications could not scale.After writing their own application monitoring code and performing manual analysis in an ongoing attempt to address application and database performance issues, Qorvo began looking at application performance monitoring solutions. The semiconductor manufacturer chose AppDynamics after comparing the capabilities of the Application Intelligence Platform and other APM competitors.The fact that AppDynamics offers solutions for monitoring distributed applications and provides an integrated view across applications, databases, and platforms was a huge advantage over competitive offerings. Their legacy application spans databases, storage, active directories, and a vast assortment of endpoints. Other APM vendors couldn’t figure out how to implement their solution or scale it in their complex environment.Qorvo estimates that this Application Performance Management has helped their team reduce interruptions to production by at least 60 to 70 percent. This Application Intelligence Platform gives them true end-to-end visibility across application transactions. They can determine the amount of time taken for each and every request, and drill down into each function and locate the exact line of code causing issues.AppDynamics’ Chief Technology Officer Bhaskar Sunkara said, “Qorvo is in an exciting and critical technology sector, creating and manufacturing the semiconductors that make advanced communications possible. We’re pleased that they have chosen AppDynamics to give them the visibility, control, and insight into their application performance that they need to ensure efficient operations with little downtime. Our solution will scale effortlessly with them as their business continues to rapidly expand. It’s a great fit, and we’re proud to be on their team.”
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Eli Mooneyham Elijah Mooneyham has been a dedicated sports fan his whole life. Born and raised in Cleveland, he has his best days when his hometown teams are winning. Elijah is currently on-air talent/producer on two shows, The Main Event and The Moon Hour, where you can find on AllSportsCleveland.com. He also has an insane passion for professional wrestling, so catch his opinions on the world of professional wrestling. Related TopicsBowling GreenCentral MichiganMAC Tourney CLEVELAND – The #12 seeded Bowling Green Falcons took the court to face the #4 Central Michigan Chippewas in the second quarterfinal match-up. The Falcons pulled a big upset over the #5 seed Kent State Golden Flashes on Tuesday night and were ready to pull another upset. Central Michigan was 17-14 this season, as Bowling Green is 15-17. The game was a defensive battle early on, with the Chippewas leading 16-12 with 7:20 to go in the first half. After a made shot by Central Michigan, Antwon Lillard knocked down a three-pointer to make it 18-15. With 5:45 left in the game, the both teams starting clicking on offense. At the end of the first half, Central Michigan leads Bowling Green 31-25. The Falcons shot 34.6% from the field, which needed to change if they wanted to come back and win this game. Lillard was the leading scorer for the Falcons with 11 points and Chris Fowler led the Chippewas with 9 points. The first half had everyone in attendance engaged and ready for more action in the second half.The second half started with Bowling Green going on a 5-0 run before Chris Fowler hit a three-pointer for the first points of the second half for the Chippewas. As the offense picked up in the second half, the Falcons found themselves down 45-39 with 9:34 to go in the second half. The Chippewas tried to put away the Falcons, extending their lead to eight after a Chris Fowler three. The Falcons came right back with a dunk by Lillard. The Falcons offense was starting to roll on all cylinders, as they cut the Central Michigan lead to 53-50 4:50 to play in the second half. With 2:45 left in the game, Central Michigan looked to finish off the Falcons. After missing the first free throw, Braylon Rayson made the second free throw to increase the Chippewas’ lead to 55-52. After a Bowling Green miss, Rayshawn Simmons drew the foul and went to the free-throw line. Simmons went 1 for 2 from the line. With 34 seconds left, the Falcons looked for one last chance on offense and got a huge basket by Antwon Lillard, who was fouled on the play. Lillard missed the free-throw and the Falcons were forced to foul Rayshawn Simmons with 23.9 seconds left in the game. After making the first free-throw, Simmons missed the second and gave the Falcons one more chance to tie the game or take the lead. They did just that, with Antwon Lillard redeeming himself with a huge three-pointer to get the Falcons a 60-59 lead with 13 seconds left. Central Michigan tried to regain the lead but commited a costly turnover to give the Falcons the ball back. The Chippewas intentionally fouled Ismail Ali to send him to the free-throw line, Ali made both free-throws and the Chippewas had one final chance. After the timeout by Central Michigan, the inbounds pass was stolen by Bowling Green, who dribbled out the clock for the upset victory 62-59. #12 Bowling Green will face #1 Akron in the semifinals on Friday, March 11 at 6:30 PM ET.
Watch Live vs. Barry 12/5/2019 – Noon ET Live Stats November 23, 20192019 GSC Volleyball Championship2019 DII Women’s VB Official BracketPENSACOLA, Fla. – The University of West Florida’s Volleyball team are the 2019 GSC Champions and have secured a spot in the 2019 DII NCAA Tournament with their win today over West Georgia in the championship match. The Argos came out on top in five back and forth sets in decisions of 25-22, 25-14, 25-11, 25-15, 15-11, dropping the first and fourth set to the Wolves.Defensively the Argos outmatched the Wolves in blocking and digs. UWF out-blocked UWG 15-6 overall and lead in digs 103-79. Freshman The entire team came together for an outstanding win and some Argos even found their way into the UWF Record Book with their performances today. Freshman Veresia Yon earned 12 of the 15 blocks for UWF finding her way into the top three most blocks in an individual match in the record books. Yon was followed by JoDee Kovanda who had six blocks on the match and 11 kills.Ashton Marshall was all over the court picking up ball for UWF as she totaled 36 digs in the match and is now second in the record book for individual match high performance in digs with her 36 just behind former Argo, Autumn Duyn who had 37 digs against Regis in 2012.Senior Ebony Powers dominated offensively with 20 kills in the match with only two errors hitting .409. Powers also was second on the team in digs racking up 18 digs for a double-double. Jordyn Poppen, Yon and Powers each had double-doubles in the match and Poppen earned 14 kills and 14 digs making this her 22nd double-double match. With their win, the Argos have won UWF’s 100th Gulf South Conference Championship as a university and their 102nd conference championship overall. UWF Volleyball has secured their ninth GSC Championship Title in their 12 championship match appearances. ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAMAbbie Rahn (UU), Shayla Libby (UAH), Tierra White (UWG), Madi Fleming (UWG), Ebony Powers (UWF), Ashton Marshall (UWF), Jordyn Poppen (UWF)MOST OUTSTANDING PLAYERJordyn Poppen (UWF)The NCAA Division II Volleyball Selection Show will air Monday, November 25th at 7:30 PM ET on NCAA.com (show will appear live on the front page of NCAA.com at the air time). During the show, we will find out where we are seeded and who will be hosting the first round of Regionals. How to Follow the Argos: For complete information on UWF Volleyball, follow the team on Twitter at @UWFVolleyball and on Instagram at @UWFVolleyball.Print Friendly Version Full Schedule Roster Preview Next Game:
Vince McKee Related TopicsDeShone Kizer The “former” Browns signal caller signed a one year deal with Denver, a franchise he spent four years with after being drafted by John Elway in 2012. He left Denver following the 2015 Superbowl season as the Houston Texans were foolish enough to sign him to a multi year deal that still has 16 million left on it for this season.To make room for the QB, the Broncos sent Shane Ray to the injured reserve for the next 8 weeks with an injured hip. This entire saga proves why pencils have erasers and how the second the Broncos found a way not to have to pay him, they would instantly bring him back.Meanwhile, that Browns fan out there with the jersey of all the QB names listed on the back of it, has to ask himself when it comes to the possible addition of Osweiler, do I or don’t I? Well, he only played in two official games as a Cleveland Brown, neither of them during the regular season and he is already gone. It is the quickest we have run a QB out of town since 1999, but the Browns front office and coaching staff clearly had little time to waste on Brock Osweiler and now he is out.The Browns are going all in with DeShone Kizer after a 4-0 preseason and an impressive camp from the rookie Quarterback out of Notre Dame.That in itself isn’t “news”, as it happened on Saturday, but what is news is what took place earlier today. After a bitter split with John Elways and the front office of the Denver Bronco’s following their Super Bowl winning season in 2015, they have clearly kissed and made up.It was a strange journey, but as of earlier today, Brock Osweiler is now a Bronco once again. He stint in Cleveland was short and won’t be remembered. It has been since the glory days of Bernie Kosar that the Browns were able to celebrate weekly, a great signal caller! And he has been gone since 1993.
IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 2016 Rio Olympics GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES KEYWORDS The other group will feature the top-ranked United States, China, Serbia, Italy, the Netherlands and one more team.One of the two yet-to-be slotted teams is Cameroon and the other will be either Puerto Rico or Colombia, who are both taking part in a separate qualifying competition in Puerto Rico.If Puerto Rico qualifies, it will be placed in the same group with the United States, while Cameroon be put in Japan’s group. If Colombia qualifies, then it will join Japan’s group with Cameroon going into the other group.Japan finishes thirdKYODOJapan finished the women’s final Olympic qualifying campaign in third place after a 3-2 (20-25, 25-13, 21-25, 32-30, 15-11) win over the Netherlands on Sunday.Miyu Nagaoka led Japan with 25 points. Lonneke Sloetjes was the top scorer for the Netherlands with 32 points.Japan, the Netherlands, Italy and South Korea have qualified for Rio de Janeiro from the eight-team, round-robin competition.In other final-day action, Italy defeated Kazakhstan 3-0 (25-22, 25-16, 25-19), Thailand beat Peru 3-0 (25-17, 26-24, 25-23) while South Korea lost in straight sets (25-23, 25-11, 28-26) to the Dominican Republic. Japan will face host Brazil, Russia, South Korea, Argentina and one other team in the group stage of the women’s volleyball tournament at the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, an official of the international governing body (FIVB) told Kyodo News on Sunday.Based on the Oct. 6 world rankings, FIVB will pool the 12 qualifiers into two groups using the serpentine system.
KEYWORDS “I’m relieved to have finished the race. I give myself an 80 percent score,” said Mao, who revealed that she injured her left knee in training last month.“I started feeling pain around the 15-km mark but I recovered, and my body started feeling heavy around the 20-km point but I recovered again. Those ups and downs were tough. I’ve never pushed myself this hard and I have nothing but respect for all the runners.”Mao announced her retirement from women’s figure skating in April, drawing the curtain on an illustrious career that included three world titles, three Four Continents gold, four Grand Prix Final gold and a silver medal at the 2010 Vancouver Olympics.Kenyan runners, both defending champions, won the men’s and women’s races in course-record times. Lawrence Cherono claimed the men’s race in 2:08:27 and Brigid Kosgei the women’s in 2:22:15.Hirotaka Tanimoto, a 32-year-old Japanese sushi chef working in New Zealand, finished sixth in 2:29:07 in the men’s race and Hiroko Yoshitomi, 33, placed fifth with a time of 2:40:13, one of five Japanese women in the top 10.In the wheelchair race, Japan’s Masazumi Soejima won his fifth straight men’s race and Wakako Tsuchida won the women’s race for the second year in a row. The wins were the 11th for both at the event.The race featured some 26,000 runners, including about 12,000 Japanese. RELATED PHOTOS GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES Mao Asada celebrates after finishing the Honolulu Marathon on Sunday. | KYODO Mao Asada HONOLULU – Retired Japanese figure skater Mao Asada checked one item off her bucket list Sunday in Honolulu, giving herself a passing grade after completing her first full-distance marathon.The former world champion clocked 4 hours, 34 minutes, 13 seconds over the 42.195-km distance and was all smiles despite missing her goal of running a sub-4½-hour race. IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5
FishTopia is available on the App store and Google Play store for $1.99. The app includes guide information, local events and the latest fish counts from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. Voss is planning to launch the app statewide. Jim Voss, of Kenai, launched his app Alaska FishTopia this summer. Voss owns Alaska Boat Rental in Soldotna, and is a local fishing guide. Voss: “Well there is a lot of information that we all need when we want to go fishing. From the local weather to determining how we are going to go dress and act for the day, all the way down to the tides, and currents, and the fish counts. The key to a really successful day of fishing is knowing when to fish both on the day and time, and where to fish.” FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享A local area Kenai Peninsula resident has created a smartphone app designed to help anglers and guides have equal access to local fishing information. Voss:“Our target market is anybody living in Alaska and enjoying the outdoors. The app is clearly fishing centric, but it goes well beyond that. All of our outdoor activities require this type of information, and we’d like to get this app to reach anybody that lives here or visits.”
The last time Jim McElwain squared off against his former boss Nick Saban was in 2013 when McElwain was head coach of Colorado State. Alabama defeated the Rams 31-6 win.TUSCALOOSA — In less than a week, both the Alabama and Florida football teams will walk into the spacious Georgia Dome and stare up at the rafters and the lights that surround the home of the Southeastern Conference title game.It’s a moment of reflection and realization for what a team has already accomplished, and what is still left to achieve.Jim McElwain has made that same walk twice before, both times while serving as the Crimson Tide’s offensive coordinator. The first experience didn’t end so well as the upstart Gators — led by quarterback Tim Tebow and head coach Urban Meyer — knocked off Alabama 31-20 en route to winning the 2008 BCS National Championship.Of course, McElwain and the 2009 Crimson Tide would have their revenge, overtaking No. 1 Florida 32-13 for the SEC title to start an incredible run of success that saw Alabama claim three of the next four national championships, beginning with that 2009 BCS title.It’s why McElwain — now in his first season as Florida’s head coach after a three-year stint at Colorado State — holds the SEC championship game in such high regard.“Shoot, I was able to coach in a couple of national championship games, but that SEC Championship game has more energy and more juice than that national championship game,” McElwain said last week. “And that’s the way it should be for the best conference in college football.”Florida head coach Jim McElwain will take his Gators to Atlanta to face Alabama on Saturday.McElwain will lead his Eastern Division winning Gators (10-2, 7-1 SEC) against his former team, No. 2 Alabama (11-1, 7-1 SEC), when the two programs meet in the 2015 SEC Championship (2:30 p.m.) Saturday in Atlanta. And the opportunity isn’t lost on the self-deprecating 53-year-old head coach from Missoula, Montana.“To be a part of an SEC Championship game, with two storied programs — obviously, the University of Alabama, which, let’s face it, gave me the opportunity to be here at the University of Florida — and then to have the Gators playing them, that’s something special,” McElwain said.This year’s game will be Alabama’s fifth appearance since 2008, nevertheless, the mystique of being there isn’t lost on the Tide.“It’s something special to me to be able to play in the game and have an opportunity to maybe win a Championship,” Alabama head coach Nick Saban said. “That’s what your players work for, and that’s certainly what our guys have worked for all year long and certainly something that we’re certainly pleased to have the opportunity to do.”It’s also not lost on Alabama how hard it is to repeat as SEC champs, something it accomplished with last season’s 42-13 drubbing of Missouri.No team has repeated as conference champions since Tennessee in 1997 and 1998 — including when the Tide kept the Gators from repeating in 2009.“I just think it speaks to the quality of the league and how many good teams there always are in this league,” Saban said of the streak of no repeat champions. “There’s certainly a lot of good teams this year. Florida’s one of the best teams I’ve seen. … So I think this is just an indication of the quality of the league and how many good teams there are.”The last time Jim McElwain coached in an SEC title game, it was against LSU in 2012 as a member of Nick Saban’s coaching staff. McElwain will square off against his former boss as coach of the Gators on Saturday in the SEC title game.Not that Saban is allowing the team to even consider what an accomplishment it would be to win back-to-back conference crowns, and, at the same time, assuring itself a second-straight appearance in the College Football Playoff.“I think this team is focused on what they can accomplish as a group, what they’ve worked hard for all year long to try to accomplish, and I don’t think they think about who won back-to-back championships,” Saban said. “I don’t think they think that winning last year’s championship is going to have anything to do with winning this year’s championship game.”Nevertheless, the opportunity coming Saturday is one that both programs know can help define not just this team, but the ones before it and the ones after it, as was the case in 2008 and 2009 for McElwain.“All I can say is wow. It was amazing in both years we were in it,” McElwain said. “I think what the difference is … you’ve got two fan bases that split the stadium. The energy that’s in there (is electric) because they’re all true fans. … (And) the place it’s located, everybody can get to. I got to tell you, it’s something special.”
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