Posts Tagged ‘cloud’
Today I spend my day at the Red Hat Open Cloud Tour, this is what happened today:
Just heard the opening by Rajiv Sodhi, who is here despite having a baby due any moment.
Margaret J. Rimmler’s keynote was interesting. One of the key takeaways being openness RedHat customers should have the choice to remain portable and replace RedHat, if that is what they want. Read the rest of this entry »
With the virtual development of cloud computing Grid Computing: Making The Global Infrastructure a Reality is more relevant than ever.
A collection of articles covering grid computing in all it’s forms JXTA, p2p, Globus, and the uses of grid computing.
Some articles are very relevant to me, although just as many are not. And with an Amazon list price of $128.00 a very expensive book. For the expert.
For some time I’d been trying to define what cloud computing was for myself. A number of people have tried to define it at the Cloud Computing Expo, it was all written down in Twenty Experts Define Cloud Computing.
Personally I think Cloud Computing is more like an adaptive Grid, were Grid is distributed over a homogeneous platform Cloud is a more dynamic heterogeneous environment.