GRIDtoday editor Derrick Harris takes a look at the recently announced collaboration by Cassatt and BearingPoint around utility computing, breaking down how their definition clashes with preconceived notions of utility computing, as well as how Cassatt's software fits into the new virtualized, on-demand world of grid computing.
GRIDtoday editor Derrick Harris takes a look at the big news from last week, including a newly announced partnership between GemStone Systems and Rogue Wave software, which Harris equates to NFL teams currently spending their off-seasons adding depth where needed. On the other end of the spectrum, while these two relatively small companies are working together for mutual benefit, IT giant IBM announced yet another market-specific grid offering.
GRIDtoday editor Derrick Harris highlights the big news from this week's issue and offers his thoughts on Paul Strong's assertion that grid computing -- once thought only to be useful for HPC applications -- is now the foundation for the distributed platforms and services that make Web 2.0 possible.
GRIDtoday editor Derrick Harris gives his thoughts on this week's issue, which include some insight into how Platform's (and customer Lehman Brothers') vision for grid mirrors what we've been seeing over the past year. Harris also shares Platform CEO Songnian Zhou's thoughts on the upcoming cluster server, which he believes could revolutionize enterprise computing.
Grid computing, virtualization, volunteer computing and utility computing: GRIDtoday editor Derrick Harris touches on all of these as he takes you through this week's issue and comments on the distributed computing world, from Cambridge University to PlayStation 3.
GRIDtoday editor Derrick Harris examines this week's issue, which he believes includes solid representation from many of the aspects that make up grid computing, including two feature articles on the oft-ignored microprocessor and an emerging commercial application (by way of insight on how Oracle will play in the extreme transaction processing market), respectively.
GRIDtoday Editor Derrick Harris comments on his time at last week's Java Symposium, where grid was quite popular, and from where Oracle's acquisition of Tangosol was announced. Harris also highlights this week's issue and shares some thoughts on Folding@Home's quest for a petaflop and beyond thanks to Sony's PlayStation 3.
GRIDtoday editor Derrick Harris discusses this week's issue, including this thoughts on the recent updates to the Sun Grid and Network.com. Harris also applauds Jeff Mathers and Johnson & Johnson for being so forthcoming in sharing their grid experiences, and he calls on other users to do their part in the grid ecosystem by sharing their stories.
GRIDtoday editor Derrick Harris takes a look at what the future holds, from where enterprise Grid computing is headed (application platforms) to what's on tap for the World Community Grid (climate change) all the way down to what to expect in upcoming issues (exclusive interviews).
Keeping tabs on the trends making IT more agile and more efficient, from automation to virtualization.
Derrick Harris is the Editor of On-Demand Enterprise
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