Actellic 300CS — Vector Control, Syngenta
- 1 Actellic 300CS
- 2 Azure Application Gateway features
- 3 Secure Sockets Layer (SSL/TLS) termination
- 4 Autoscaling
- 5 Zone redundancy
- 6 Static VIP
- 7 Web Application Firewall
- 8 Ingress Controller for AKS
- 9 URL-based routing
- 10 Multiple-site hosting
- 11 Redirection
- 12 Session affinity
- 13 Websocket and HTTP/2 traffic
- 14 Connection draining
- 15 Custom error pages
- 16 Rewrite HTTP headers
- 17 Sizing
- 18 Version feature comparison
- 19 Product/Service Features and Benefits
- 20 Features and capabilities of Configuration Manager
- 21 Co-management
- 22 Desktop Analytics
- 23 Cloud-attached management
- 24 Real-time management
- 25 Application management
- 26 OS deployment
- 27 Software updates
- 28 Company resource access
- 29 Compliance settings
- 30 Endpoint Protection
- 31 Inventory
- 32 On-premises mobile device management
- 33 Power management
- 34 Remote control
- 35 Reporting
- 36 Software metering
- 37 ACTELLIC® 2/P
- 38 What are the Features and Application of Catalase? Market Forecast Research 2019-2026
- 39 Press release from: Orian Research
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A micro-encapsulated formulation of Actellic ® for the long-lasting control of pyrethroid resistant malaria-carrying mosquitoes. Indoor Residual Spraying (IRS) programs provide up to one-years residual control of mosquitoes and other public health pests.
Long-lasting control of pyrethroid resistant mosquitoes
- Micro-encapsulated formulation of the organophosphate insecticide pirimiphosmethyl
- Controls a wide range of nuisance pests including mosquitoes, flies, cockroaches, and other crawling insects
- Controls pyrethroid resistant strains of Anopheles and Culex
- Long-lasting performance of up to one-year across a wide range of surfaces
- Potential for only one application per season
- More cost effective than current alternatives
- Ideal resistance management partner
- High levels of user-acceptance demonstrated in field trials
- Ideal rotation or mixture partner for Icon 10CS in IRS or pyrethroid LLITNs
Please connect with your local Syngenta contact to get country-specific information.
Azure Application Gateway features
Azure Application Gateway is a web traffic load balancer that enables you to manage traffic to your web applications.
Application Gateway includes the following features:
Secure Sockets Layer (SSL/TLS) termination
Application gateway supports SSL/TLS termination at the gateway, after which traffic typically flows unencrypted to the backend servers. This feature allows web servers to be unburdened from costly encryption and decryption overhead. But sometimes unencrypted communication to the servers isn’t an acceptable option. This can be because of security requirements, compliance requirements, or the application may only accept a secure connection. For these applications, application gateway supports end to end SSL/TLS encryption.
Application Gateway Standard_v2 supports autoscaling and can scale up or down based on changing traffic load patterns. Autoscaling also removes the requirement to choose a deployment size or instance count during provisioning.
For more information about the Application Gateway Standard_v2 features, see Autoscaling v2 SKU.
A Standard_v2 Application Gateway can span multiple Availability Zones, offering better fault resiliency and removing the need to provision separate Application Gateways in each zone.
The application gateway Standard_v2 SKU supports static VIP type exclusively. This ensures that the VIP associated with application gateway doesn’t change even over the lifetime of the Application Gateway.
Web Application Firewall
Web Application Firewall (WAF) is a service that provides centralized protection of your web applications from common exploits and vulnerabilities. WAF is based on rules from the OWASP (Open Web Application Security Project) core rule sets 3.1 (WAF_v2 only), 3.0, and 2.2.9.
Web applications are increasingly targets of malicious attacks that exploit common known vulnerabilities. Common among these exploits are SQL injection attacks, cross site scripting attacks to name a few. Preventing such attacks in application code can be challenging and may require rigorous maintenance, patching and monitoring at many layers of the application topology. A centralized web application firewall helps make security management much simpler and gives better assurance to application administrators against threats or intrusions. A WAF solution can also react to a security threat faster by patching a known vulnerability at a central location versus securing each of individual web applications. Existing application gateways can be converted to a Web Application Firewall enabled application gateway easily.
Ingress Controller for AKS
Application Gateway Ingress Controller (AGIC) allows you to use Application Gateway as the ingress for an Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) cluster.
The ingress controller runs as a pod within the AKS cluster and consumes Kubernetes Ingress Resources and converts them to an Application Gateway configuration, which allows the gateway to load-balance traffic to the Kubernetes pods. The ingress controller only supports Application Gateway Standard_v2 and WAF_v2 SKUs.
URL Path Based Routing allows you to route traffic to back-end server pools based on URL Paths of the request. One of the scenarios is to route requests for different content types to different pool.
For example, requests for http://contoso.com/video/* are routed to VideoServerPool, and http://contoso.com/images/* are routed to ImageServerPool. DefaultServerPool is selected if none of the path patterns match.
Multiple-site hosting enables you to configure more than one web site on the same application gateway instance. This feature allows you to configure a more efficient topology for your deployments by adding up to 100 web sites to one Application Gateway (for optimal performance). Each web site can be directed to its own pool. For example, application gateway can serve traffic for contoso.com and fabrikam.com from two server pools called ContosoServerPool and FabrikamServerPool.
Requests for http://contoso.com are routed to ContosoServerPool, and http://fabrikam.com are routed to FabrikamServerPool.
Similarly, two subdomains of the same parent domain can be hosted on the same application gateway deployment. Examples of using subdomains could include http://blog.contoso.com and http://app.contoso.com hosted on a single application gateway deployment.
A common scenario for many web applications is to support automatic HTTP to HTTPS redirection to ensure all communication between an application and its users occurs over an encrypted path.
In the past, you may have used techniques such as dedicated pool creation whose sole purpose is to redirect requests it receives on HTTP to HTTPS. Application gateway supports the ability to redirect traffic on the Application Gateway. This simplifies application configuration, optimizes the resource usage, and supports new redirection scenarios, including global and path-based redirection. Application Gateway redirection support isn’t limited to HTTP to HTTPS redirection alone. This is a generic redirection mechanism, so you can redirect from and to any port you define using rules. It also supports redirection to an external site as well.
Application Gateway redirection support offers the following capabilities:
- Global redirection from one port to another port on the Gateway. This enables HTTP to HTTPS redirection on a site.
- Path-based redirection. This type of redirection enables HTTP to HTTPS redirection only on a specific site area, for example a shopping cart area denoted by /cart/* .
- Redirect to an external site.
The cookie-based session affinity feature is useful when you want to keep a user session on the same server. By using gateway-managed cookies, the Application Gateway can direct subsequent traffic from a user session to the same server for processing. This is important in cases where session state is saved locally on the server for a user session.
Websocket and HTTP/2 traffic
Application Gateway provides native support for the WebSocket and HTTP/2 protocols. There’s no user-configurable setting to selectively enable or disable WebSocket support.
The WebSocket and HTTP/2 protocols enable full duplex communication between a server and a client over a long running TCP connection. This allows for a more interactive communication between the web server and the client, which can be bidirectional without the need for polling as required in HTTP-based implementations. These protocols have low overhead, unlike HTTP, and can reuse the same TCP connection for multiple request/responses resulting in a more efficient resource utilization. These protocols are designed to work over traditional HTTP ports of 80 and 443.
Connection draining helps you achieve graceful removal of backend pool members during planned service updates. This setting is enabled via the backend http setting and can be applied to all members of a backend pool during rule creation. Once enabled, Application Gateway ensures all deregistering instances of a backend pool don’t receive any new request while allowing existing requests to complete within a configured time limit. This applies to both backend instances that are explicitly removed from the backend pool by a user configuration change, and backend instances that are reported as unhealthy as determined by the health probes. The only exception to this are requests bound for deregistering instances, which have been deregistered explicitly, because of gateway-managed session affinity and continues to be proxied to the deregistering instances.
Custom error pages
Application Gateway allows you to create custom error pages instead of displaying default error pages. You can use your own branding and layout using a custom error page.
For more information, see Custom Errors.
Rewrite HTTP headers
HTTP headers allow the client and server to pass additional information with the request or the response. Rewriting these HTTP headers helps you accomplish several important scenarios, such as:
- Adding security-related header fields like HSTS/ X-XSS-Protection.
- Removing response header fields that can reveal sensitive information.
- Stripping port information from X-Forwarded-For headers.
Application Gateway supports the capability to add, remove, or update HTTP request and response headers, while the request and response packets move between the client and back-end pools. It also provides you with the capability to add conditions to ensure the specified headers are rewritten only when certain conditions are met.
For more information, see Rewrite HTTP headers.
Application Gateway Standard_v2 can be configured for autoscaling or fixed size deployments. This SKU doesn’t offer different instance sizes. For more information on v2 performance and pricing, see Autoscaling v2 SKU.
The Application Gateway Standard is offered in three sizes: Small, Medium, and Large. Small instance sizes are intended for development and testing scenarios.
For a complete list of application gateway limits, see Application Gateway service limits.
The following table shows an average performance throughput for each application gateway v1 instance with SSL offload enabled:
|Average back-end page response size||Small||Medium||Large|
|6 KB||7.5 Mbps||13 Mbps||50 Mbps|
|100 KB||35 Mbps||100 Mbps||200 Mbps|
These values are approximate values for an application gateway throughput. The actual throughput depends on various environment details, such as average page size, location of back-end instances, and processing time to serve a page. For exact performance numbers, you should run your own tests. These values are only provided for capacity planning guidance.
Version feature comparison
For an Application Gateway v1-v2 feature comparison, see Autoscaling and Zone-redundant Application Gateway v2
Product/Service Features and Benefits
The distinction between the terms benefits and features is an important concept in developing and marketing a product or service. Features are characteristics that your product or service does or has. For example, some ovens include features such as self-cleaning, smooth stovetops, warming bins, or convection capabilities.
Benefits are the reasons customers buy the product or service. For example, the benefits of some ovens to buyers include safety, ease of use, affordability, or—in the case of many ovens that feature stainless steel casings—prestige.
Just like products, services differ from one another in having distinctive features and benefits, though these differences may not always be so obvious to potential customers. One building contractor may use master painters while a second uses laborers to paint. Both will tell you they do painting, but one has master painters (a feature) and produces a better-looking paint job (a definite benefit).
Every product or service has a purpose. For example, the purpose of an oven is to bake raw food, but not all ovens have the same features and benefits.
The uniqueness of a product or service can set it apart from the competition. Features can communicate the capability of a product or service. But features are only valuable if customers see those particular features as valuable. You want products or services with features which customers perceive as valuable benefits. By highlighting benefits in marketing and sales efforts, you’ll increase your sales and profits.
It’s important to remember that customers buy products and services because they want to solve a problem or meet a need. Consciously or unconsciously, your customers will always be asking the question, “What’s in it for me?” Your product and service offerings have to deliver solutions and satisfy needs, or they won’t be successful.
Given that benefits are ultimately more important to your customers than features, it is imperative that you understand the benefits your products and services provide, emphasize these benefits in your sales efforts, and update your products and services when new or additional benefits are desired by your customers.
Think about how automotive manufacturers advertise. To sell minivans, they don’t emphasize the layout of the vehicle or its carrying capacity. They show images of happy families loading their kids, sports equipment, and toys into the vehicle. They emphasize the benefits above and beyond the features.
Here are some other examples emphasizing benefits beyond the features:
- A Web site shopping cart vendor who offers hosted solutions to medium-sized businesses can emphasize the convenience and time-savings of not having to maintain a Web site. It’s selling convenience, not software.
- A carpet company might be more successful if it illustrated how its carpets could help create attractively decorated interiors. Pictures of beautiful rooms could be more beneficial than a stack of carpet samples or a list of fabric features. It’s selling beauty, not carpets.
- A consulting company might focus its marketing efforts by highlighting its end product—improved performance and increased profits—not its consulting methods. It’s selling profitability, not consulting.
- A manufacturer of computer printers might emphasize less hassle or less wasted time rather than emphasizing reliability or quality. It’s selling ease-of-use, not printers, and not quality.
- A salmon fishery might emphasize the health benefits of eating salmon. It’s selling health, not fish.
When Do Features Matter the Most?
Features always matter because they provide your customers with hints about how well your product or service will deliver its benefits. Although benefits are generally more important than features, there are some times when features make all the difference:
- When all the products in a category provide the same basic benefits, a unique feature may provide a competitive advantage. For example, when all boom boxes played tapes and CDs, the one with the bass booster stood out even though the benefit to the consumer was minimal. As another example, when all leadership consultants referred to similar performance improvement outcomes, the ones who developed online diagnostic tools distinguished their work from competitors.
- When products or services can be easily compared with competitors’—as the Internet makes increasingly possible—consumers can choose products and services with the most features. Thus, even though most cell phones will provide its owner with the same general benefits for communication, a person considering which cell phone to buy may not choose a certain model if it is missing a feature not found on a competitor’s phone. For example, if one phone has Bluetooth connectivity and a second one does not, consumers may choose the one with this extra feature even if they don’t even know what Bluetooth connectivity is. It’s not that such connectivity is important, it’s just that it is so easy to compare the feature sets.
Features and capabilities of Configuration Manager
Applies to: Configuration Manager (current branch)
This article summarizes the primary management features of Configuration Manager. Each feature has its own prerequisites, and how you use each might influence the design and implementation of your Configuration Manager hierarchy. For example, if you want to deploy software updates to devices in your hierarchy, you need a software update point site system role.
For more information about how to plan and install Configuration Manager to support these management capabilities in your environment, see Get ready for Configuration Manager.
Co-management is one of the primary ways to attach your existing Configuration Manager deployment to the Microsoft 365 cloud. It enables you to concurrently manage Windows 10 devices by using both Configuration Manager and Microsoft Intune. Co-management lets you cloud-attach your existing investment in Configuration Manager by adding new functionality like conditional access. For more information, see What is co-management?
Desktop Analytics is a cloud-based service that integrates with Configuration Manager. The service provides insight and intelligence for you to make more informed decisions about the update readiness of your Windows clients. It combines data from your organization with data aggregated from millions of devices connected to Microsoft cloud services. For more information, see What is Desktop Analytics?
Use features like the cloud management gateway, cloud-based distribution points, and Azure Active Directory to manage internet-based clients.
For more information, see the following articles:
Use CMPivot to immediately query online devices, then filter and group the data for deeper insights. Also use the Configuration Manager console to manage and deploy Windows PowerShell scripts to clients. For more information, see CMPivot and Create and run PowerShell scripts.
Helps you create, manage, deploy, and monitor applications to a range of different devices that you manage. Deploy, update, and manage Office 365 from the Configuration Manager console. Additionally, Configuration Manager integrates with the Microsoft Store for Business and Education to deliver cloud-based apps. For more information, see Introduction to application management.
Deploy an in-place upgrade of Windows 10, or capture and deploy OS images. Image deployment can use PXE, multicast, or bootable media. It can also help redeploy existing devices using Windows AutoPilot. For more information, see Introduction to OS deployment.
Manage, deploy, and monitor software updates in the organization. Integrate with Windows Delivery Optimization and other peer caching technologies to help control network usage. For more information, see Introduction to software updates.
Company resource access
Lets you give users in your organization access to data and applications from remote locations. This feature includes Wi-Fi, VPN, email, and certificate profiles. For more information, see Protect data and site infrastructure.
Helps you to assess, track, and remediate the configuration compliance of client devices in the organization. Additionally, you can use compliance settings to configure a range of features and security settings on devices you manage. For more information, see Ensure device compliance.
Provides security, antimalware, and Windows Firewall management for computers in your organization. This area includes management and integration with the following Windows Defender suite features:
- Windows Defender Antivirus
- Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection
- Windows Defender Exploit Guard
- Windows Defender Application Guard
- Windows Defender Application Control
- Windows Defender Firewall
For more information, see Endpoint Protection.
Helps you identify and monitor assets.
Collects detailed information about the hardware of devices in your organization. For more information, see Introduction to hardware inventory.
Collects and reports information about the files that are stored on client computers in your organization. For more information, see Introduction to software inventory.
Provides tools to collect inventory data and monitor software license usage in your organization. For more information, see Introduction to Asset Intelligence.
On-premises mobile device management
Enrolls and manages devices by using the on-premises Configuration Manager infrastructure with the management functionality built into the device platforms. (Typical management uses a separately installed Configuration Manager client.) This feature currently supports managing Windows 10 Enterprise and Windows 10 Mobile devices. For more information, see Manage mobile devices with on-premises infrastructure.
Manage and monitor the power consumption of client computers in the organization. Configure power plans, and use Wake-on-LAN to do maintenance outside of business hours. For more information, see Introduction to power management.
Provides tools to remotely administer client computers from the Configuration Manager console. For more information, see Introduction to remote control.
Use the advanced reporting capabilities of SQL Server Reporting Services from the Configuration Manager console. This feature provides hundreds of default reports. For more information, see Introduction to reporting.
Monitor and collect software usage data from Configuration Manager clients. You can use this data to determine whether software is used after it’s installed. For more information, see Monitor app usage with software metering.
ACTELLIC ® 2/P is an organophosphate insecticide in powder for the protection of stored cereals and locals for storage of grains.
Field of application
Weevils, flour beetles, sylvans (Oryzaephilus), trogoderma and other beetles, real grain moth (Sitotroga), gray moth of foodstuffs (Ephestia), Rhyzopertha (cappuccino), and in general insects and mites that frequent the stores and deposits.
Wheat, barley, triticale, oats
DOSES AND METHOD OF USE
The product can be used inside the silos and barns. It can be used above the masses of cereals to avoid the infestation. It is recommended, before introducing the foodstuffs, to provide for a thorough cleaning of the premises and then make a treatment of the walls and ceilings with pirimiphos methyl formulation.
Barns and silos:
20-40 gr/q of cereal.
In general for seed treatment of cereals, also intended to feed
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