New computing architectures playbook

What exactly is the difference between utility computing and capacity on demand? What about grid computing and virtualization? If these new computing architectures have got your mind in a tail spin, then this Playbook should help you get things sorted out. Check out our resources on all the hot new technologies to cut through the hype and separate fiction from fact.

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Grid computing
Utility computing
Capacity on demand

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This was first published in May 2005

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