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Throughout the 1800's, the bulk of the tidal marshland throughout the Bay area, including the Eden Landing Ecological Reserve, was diked off from the bay in order to provide pasture land for cattle. In 1850, an association of location farmers organized as the Mt. Eden Company established a landing on the north bank of Mount Eden Creek. The landing itself was one of at least two established in the vicinity, which became known collectively as Eden Landing. Agricultural products, such as bailed hay and grain, were shipped across the bay to the San Francisco waterfront from the Eden Landing site, as well as from other nearby landings. In the late 1800's, the Baumberg Tract was converted into ponds for salt harvesting and production, which continued until 1972.


To view data for one or a few landing pages, you can apply a filter to the report or use the search bar above the report table. For example, if you want to view the traffic on pages that start with "/store", you can search for the term using the search bar and press Enter.

The Landing page report shows you session-scoped dimensions, meaning that Google measures when the same user who visits your website twice does so through two different landing pages. For example, if someone lands on page A in one session and then lands on page B in another session, then page A and B each have a visit.

Path explorations help you identify the actions users take after they visit a landing page. When you create the exploration, you choose the landing page as your starting point. Analytics will then show you the top 5 pages that your users viewed after landing on that page.

When you go through the setup process, AWS Control Tower launches a key resource associated with your account, called a landing zone, which serves as a home for your organizations and their accounts.

If you already have an AWS Organizations landing zone, you can extend AWS Control Tower governance from the existing landing zone to some or all of your existing OUs and accounts within an organization. See Govern existing organizations and accounts.

About Extending Governance: Extending governance applies to specific OUs and accounts within a single organization that's already registered with AWS Control Tower, which means that a landing zone already exists for that organization. Extending governance means that AWS Control Tower controls are extended so that their constraints apply to the specific OUs and accounts within that registered organization. In this case, you're not launching a new landing zone, you're only expanding the current landing zone for your organization.

Special consideration: If you currently are using the AWS Landing Zone solution (ALZ) for AWS Organizations, check with your AWS solutions architect before you try to enable AWS Control Tower in your organization. AWS Control Tower cannot perform pre-checks that determine whether AWS Control Tower may interfere with your current landing zone deployment. For more information, see Walkthrough: Move from ALZ to AWS Control Tower. Also, for information about moving accounts from one landing zone to another, see What if the account does not meet the prerequisites?

By setting up an AWS Control Tower landing zone in an existing organization, you can start working immediately, in parallel with your existing AWS Organizations environment. Your other OUs created within AWS Organizations are unchanged, because they are not registered with AWS Control Tower. You can continue to use those OUs and accounts exactly as they are.

AWS Control Tower consolidates by using the management account from your existing organization as its management account. No new management account is needed. You can launch your AWS Control Tower landing zone from your existing management account.

AWS Control Tower creates two accounts in your organization: an audit account and a logging account. These accounts keep a record of actions taken by your team, in their individual end-user accounts. The Audit and Log archive accounts appear in the Security OU within your AWS Control Tower landing zone.

Launching your AWS Control Tower landing zone in an existing AWS Organizations organization does not enable you to extend AWS Control Tower governance from that organization to other OUs or accounts that are not registered with AWS Control Tower.

The Landing Blitz is a statewide effort to remind boaters and other water lovers to take action to stop the spread of aquatic invasive species, which pose great risks to the health of our lakes and fisheries. Volunteers are stationed at boat landings around the state to give demonstrations of the prevention steps that boaters must take before they leave the water:

An Azure landing zone is the output of a multi-subscription Azure environment that accounts for scale, security governance, networking, and identity. An Azure landing zone enables application migration, modernization, and innovation at enterprise-scale in Azure. This approach considers all platform resources that are required to support the customer's application portfolio and doesn't differentiate between infrastructure as a service or platform as a service.

Platform landing zones: Subscriptions deployed to provide centralized services, often operated by a central team, or a number of central teams split by function (e.g. networking, identity), which will be used by various workloads and applications. Platform landing zones represent key services that often benefit from being consolidated for efficiency and ease of operations. Examples include networking, identity, and management services.

Application landing zones: One or more subscriptions deployed as an environment for an application or workload. Application landing zones are placed in management groups like 'corp' or 'online' beneath the 'landing zones' management group to ensure policy controls are correctly applied. Application landing zones can be subcategorized as follows:

Whether you're starting on your first production application on Azure or you're operating a complex portfolio of tech platforms and workloads, the Azure landing zone implementation options can be tailored to your needs. See Tailor the Azure landing zone architecture to meet requirements for further information.

For many organizations, the Azure landing zone conceptual architecture below represents the destination in their cloud adoption journey. It's a mature, scaled-out target architecture intended to help organizations operate successful cloud environments that drive their business while maintaining best practices for security and governance.

While your specific implementation might vary, as a result of specific business decisions or existing investments in tools that need to persist in your cloud environment, this conceptual architecture will help set a direction for the overall approach your organization takes to designing and implementing a landing zone.

Use this architecture as a starting point. Modify it to fit your specific business and technical requirements when planning your landing zone implementation. For more information on the design areas labeled A-I in the visual, see the Azure Landing Zone environment design areas.

For organizations where this conceptual architecture fits with the operating model and resource structure they plan to use, there's a ready-made deployment experience called the Azure landing zone portal accelerator.

Accelerators are Infrastructure as Code implementations that deploy both platform and application landing zones. This accelerator is an Azure portal-based deployment for those who plan to manage their environment with the Azure portal. The Azure landing zone portal accelerator deploys a full implementation of the conceptual architecture, along with opinionated configurations for key components such as management groups and policies.

Deploying the Azure landing zone accelerator requires permissions to create resources at the tenant (/) scope. These permissions can be granted by following the guidance in Tenant deployments with ARM templates: Required access.

There are other accelerators available for platform landing zones, some that deliver the full architecture using third-party deployment technologies, and others that start from a smaller footprint. For more information, see Implementation options. Application landing zone accelerators are listed in the Azure Architecture Center

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This painting depicts Christopher Columbus and members of his crew on a beach in the West Indies, newly landed from his flagship Santa Maria on October 12, 1492. The island landing was the first landfall of their expedition to find a westward route from Europe to China, Japan and perhaps unknown lands. American neoclassicist painter John Vanderlyn (1775-1852) was commissioned by Congress in June 1836 to paint the Landing of Columbus for the Capitol Rotunda. It was installed in the Rotunda by early January 1847. 041b061a72


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