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InfoCase TBCUSHARN-P - carrying case harness

Mfg # TBCUSHARN-P CDW # 1104071 | UNSPSC 43211600

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  • for Toughbook 19
  • 52
  • 52 Standard
  • 51
  • 52 High
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Use this adjustable four-point harness to turn any Toughmate Harness Ready solution into a hands free unit.

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Panasonic Toughmate User Harness is rated 3.00 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The picture is misleading, the case and the harness are sold separately and poorly put it in print. When a suggestion was made to fix it, they ignored it. I can't rate the harness as it can't be used without the case.??
Date published: 2020-01-10T01:17:34-05:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Provides a good graphical interface, but the initial setup process needs improvement What is our primary use case? We use Harness for deploying Kubernetes clusters. It is a SaaS-based tool with a good graphical user interface. We can create workflows and deployment pipelines and easily visualize them. We can see the logs and understand where the pipeline is breaking. It's a highly customizable DevOps tool. What is most valuable? The platform's most valuable features are ease of use and a good graphical user interface. What needs improvement? The platform's initial setup process could be simplified. Additionally, security features and capabilities for understanding vulnerabilities within the application could be enhanced directly from the tool. There's also room for improvement in debugging pipeline issues, which can sometimes become complex. Limitations regarding reconciliation features and support for certain parts of the infrastructure should also be addressed. What do I think about the stability of the solution? The product is stable. What do I think about the scalability of the solution? We have five Harness users in our organization. Being a SaaS product, scalability should not be an issue. Which other solutions did I evaluate? The decision to use Harness was primarily driven by its secure support for Kubernetes services and user-friendly deployment process, which requires minimal knowledge. The company sought to simplify and reduce the complexity and risks associated with deployment processes. Opting for a SaaS solution allowed them to avoid managing infrastructure and pay on a per-usage basis, providing scalability without the burden of infrastructure management. Additionally, Harness offers features such as log collection, integration with cloud storage services like S3, and auto-healing capabilities. What other advice do I have? The pricing aspect needs to be considered first based on your requirements. Secondly, it might be suitable if your team is technically proficient in tools like Argo CD. However, if you have a complex infrastructure and limited personnel to manage it, Harness would be a better choice. We integrated Harness with Kubernetes, and the setup didn't significantly affect our existing infrastructure. Learning to use Harness for basic tasks is relatively easy, but mastering complex operations may require time and team support. I rate it a seven out of ten. Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2024-04-07T00:00:00-04:00