Synonyms for astakos or Related words with astakos

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Examples of "astakos"
The municipal unit Astakos is subdivided into the following communities (constituent villages in brackets):
Astakos is the Identity management component which provides a common user base to the rest of Synnefo. Astakos handles user creation, user groups, resource accounting, quotas, projects, and issues authentication tokens used across the infrastructure. It supports multiple authentication methods:
Bampini () is a village located in the northern part of the municipal unit of Astakos in the western part of Aetolia-Acarnania, Greece. It is located on a hillside, 5 km southeast of Fyteies, 15 km northeast of Astakos, 23 km south of Amfilochia and 23 km west of Agrinio. Agriculture is the most important land use around Bampini.
He was from Astakos, Aetolia-Acarnania, and was elected MP with New Democracy in all the general elections from 1993 to 2007.
Astakos keeps track of resource usage across Synnefo, enforces quotas, and implements a common user dashboard. Quota handling is resource type agnostic: Resources (e.g., VMs, public IPs, GBs of storage, or disk space) are defined by each Synnefo component independently, then imported into Astakos for accounting and presentation.
Aiolos Astakou B.C. (alternate spellings: Aeolus and Astakos; Greek: Αίολος Αστακού / Αίολος Αστακός) is a Greek professional basketball club. The club is located in Astakos, Aetolia-Acarnania, Greece. The club's full name is A.M.S. Aiolos Astakou (Α.Μ.Σ. Αίολος Αστακού). The club is named after the Greek god Aeolus. The club's name can be translated into English as Aeolus Lobster.
AEGEK also got involved in self-financing projects such as Astakos Terminal(the first privatised port in Greece) and owns land throughout Greece worth several million Euros.
Astakos runs at the cloud layer and exposes the OpenStack Keystone API for authentication, along with the Synnefo Account API for quota, user group and project management.
Companies that are associated or merged with AEGEK Group: Efklidis SA, Astakos Terminal SA, Meton SA, Edafostatiki SA, Polispark SA, AEGEF, AEGEK GRP ROM and others.
It included the islands of Zante (Zakynthos), Kythira and the Strofades, as well as Dragamesto (modern Astakos) on the Greek mainland.
Xiromero () is a municipality in the Aetolia-Acarnania regional unit, West Greece region, Greece. The seat of the municipality is the town Astakos. The municipality has an area of 590.113 km.
Andronikos Gizogiannis (; born 1983) is a Greek professional basketball player. He is 2.03 m (6 ft 8 in) in height and he can play at the power forward and center positions. He is currently playing with Aiolos Astakos.
Astakos (, meaning "lobster") is a town and a former municipality in Aetolia-Acarnania, West Greece, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Xiromero, of which it is a municipal unit. The municipal unit has an area of 345.099 km. It is located on a bay on the eastern shore of the Ionian Sea, near the southern end of the Acarnanian Mountains. It takes its name from the ancient Acarnanian town "Astacus" ( - "Astakos"), and was named "Dragamesti" in the Middle Ages.
The main villages on the Acarnanian Mountains are Monastiraki in the north, Palairos in the northwest, Kandila in the west, Astakos in the south and Katouna in the east. The spring water Korpi is bottled on the northern end of the mountains.
Aiolos Astakou's permanent home arena is the DAK Astakou, which is located in Xiromero, Astakos. They have also temporarily played at the Vonitsa Indoor Hall, which is located in Vonitsa, while a construction project on their regular home arena was being done.
Palaiomanina (, ) is an Aromanian village and a community of the Xiromero municipality. Since the 2011 local government reform it was part of the municipality Astakos, of which it was a municipal district. The 2011 census recorded 754 residents in the village. The community of Palaiomanina covers an area of 26.82 km.
Manina Vlizianon (, ) is an Aromanian village in Xiromero municipality, Greece. Before the 2011 local government reform it was part of the municipality Astakos, of which it was a municipal district. The 2011 census recorded 170 residents in the village. The community of Manina Vlizianon is a part of the community of Strongylovouni.
The Acarnanian Mountains (, "Akarnanika ori") is a mountain range in the northwestern part of the Aetolia-Acarnania regional unit in western Greece. It stretches from the village Monastiraki, near Vonitsa, in the north to Astakos in the south, with a total length of nearly 40 km. The Ionian Sea lies to the west.
The first settlements date back to ancient times. There are only some materials founded on the village area from Astakos from 712 BCE and also as the inhabitants called as "Subaşı" area, there are some tunnels and cisterns founded supposedly belonged to Byzantine Empire periods.
Gates of Fire is a 1998 historical fiction novel by Steven Pressfield that recounts the Battle of Thermopylae through Xeones, a perioikoi (free but non-citizen inhabitant of Sparta) born in Astakos, and one of only three Greek survivors of the battle.