Articles Related to computing resources

Cloud computing lessons from UC Berkeley

The cloud computing report from UC Berkeley's Reliable Adaptive Distributed Systems Lab (RAD Lab) is an excellent overview of some key cloud trends, and top obstacles to cloud

VMware catches cloud fever

At VMWorld 2008, the company announced its vCloud and vClient initiatives. Find out how a Canadian analyst describes the virtualization battle today and how a clothing maker plans to use the technology

Institutions unveil high-performance computing network

As innovation helps keep the Canadian economy competitive, and innovation thrives on research and development, IT decision-makers are often hard pressed for faster, larger computing resources that are capable of supporting massive simultaneous workloads.

Sun stumbles with grid rollout

Sun Microsystems Inc. has delayed the rollout of the Sun Grid, an Internet-based "utility" service that has been under development since late last year. A lack of computing resources has pushed back the public launch of Sun Grid, originally slated to go live in the first few months of 2005, to as late as July, Sun executives said.

Cheap servers, bigger bandwidth drive grid

Grid computing has been around for more than a decade, so why

N+I – IBM guru touts grid computing

Grid computing can deliver the equivalent of an operating system that makes the Internet into a massive virtual computing machine, letting users harness the power of many host systems without worrying about the complexity of the technology, an IBM Corp. executive said here Wednesday.

Users support HP’s new pricing, infrastructure

Despite garnering support at this year

IBM unveils grid computing concept for future IT

Having jumped into the world of Linux with a US$1 billion commitment this year, IBM Corp. is now about to jump into what it thinks will be the next big direction in IT: grid computing.

Stay on op - Ge the daily news in your inbox