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Beowulf is a prince of the Geats of southern Sweden who comes to Denmark to help King Hrothgar rid his fabulous hall, Heorot, of a terrible monster known as Grendel. The hero mortally wounds the creature, who flees the hall to die in its lair. The next night, Grendel's mother comes to Heorot to avenge her offspring and kills one of Hrothgar's men.
Beowulf tracks her down and kills her, then returns to Heorot where he receives great honors and gifts before returning home.
After ruling the Geats for half a century in peace, Beowulf must face a dragon who threatens his land. Unlike his earlier battles, this confrontation is terrible and deadly. He is deserted by all his retainers except his kinsman Wiglaf, and though he defeats the dragon he is mortally wounded. His funeral and a lament end the poem.
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Much has been written about this epic poem, and it will surely continue to inspire scholarly investigation and debate, both literary and historical.
For decades students have undertaken the difficult task of learning Old English in order to read it in its original language. The poem has also inspired fresh creative works, from Tolkien's Lord of the Rings to Michael Crichton's Eaters of the Dead, and it will probably continue to do so for centuries to come.
A KVM machine running on a Cisco ISR is called virtual service. If you are interested in building a generic virtual service for a Cisco ISR, the process is fairly straightforward and well documented in this service containers tutorial (see page 25).
In the past few weeks, I have spent some time building a virtual machine for the NetBeez monitoring agent. Here I would like to highlight some benefits of running a virtual services, like a NetBeez agent, on the Cisco ISR platform.