This week IBM announced another addition in its string of cloud computing data center initiatives rooted in the Asia-Pacific region. This brings the company to over $100 million in investment in APAC as analyst figures continue to match this sense of hope for the region's vast market.
It’s important to acknowledge that all of this hullaballoo around clouds may be an issue of semantics. Ultimately, it doesn’t much matter if you call this internal elastic infrastructure a cloud, a grid or some other such thing...
As a former product manager for Grid Engine, the news that Univa is rescuing the popular distributed resource management software is welcome, especially considering the leadership and development team behind the revival.
Startup IaaS Provider Poised to Empower Developers, Compete in On-Demand Arena
Post Date: January 12, 2011 @ 4:19 PM, Pacific Standard Time
Blog: Behind the Cloud
Startup NephoScale came out of the woodwork today with an offering designed to get developers up and running without the need for delays caused by system administrator configuration.
From infrastructure management to evolution in networks, storage paradigms and the compute landscape, Scott Clark puts forth a host of predictions for how cloud computing for HPC will shape up over the course of the new year.
Steve Campbell checks in from Las Vegas, home of Storage Visions, a two-day event in advance of the Consumer Electronics Show.
It is not just big biotech companies that can leverage cloud computing; smaller early stage companies are also taking advantage of what cloud computing has to offer to cut costs, reduce complexity and ensure that resources are focused on the primary goals of the organization.
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