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|Grid computing||Return to Table of Contents|
- Grid computing definition
- What is grid computing?
- Using grid for good
- Rethinking grid computing as a mainstream solution
- Is grid computing ready for commercial applications?
- Oracle's rose-colored grid vision
- Data Center Research Library: Grid computing
|Utility computing||Return to Table of Contents|
- Utility computing definition
- Sun's new pricing model: More bang for a buck?
- The case for utility computing
- Computing when you need it
- Data Center Research Library: Utility computing
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- Capacity on demand definition
- Capacity planning no longer a guessing game
- On-demand has big payout for Station Casinos
|Virtualization||Return to Table of Contents|
- Virtualization definition
- Consolidation and virtualization: The same, but different
- Virtualization has promise, but not panacea
- Project in-depth, part 1: Virtualization eases bank's updates, reduces downtime
- Project in-depth, part 2: Virtualization too risky for some, but its ROI rules
- IBM to standardize VMware on BladeCenter shipments
- Chip makers move to boost virtual machines
- It's time to take a look at server virtualization
- Is storage virtualization here at last?
- Data Center Research Library: Server virtualization
This was first published in April 2005