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What's the difference between Grid computing and Cloud Computing

I don't clearly catch the difference betwenn these two concept. Someone told me that the essential différence is that the cloud computing g…

Started by Hervé-greg MOKWABO

5 Nov 29, 2011
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Searching for Cloud architecture

After reviewing architecture models from several vendors and industry organizations, I believe we are witnessing an early evolutionary peri…

Started by Chris Haddad

0 Nov 25, 2011

Ensemble

Ensemble: service orchestration for the cloud (my work for Ubuntu Server) http://fewbar.com/2011/06/so-what-is-ensemble-anyway - via Jim Ba…

Started by Michael Levin

1 Nov 1, 2011
Reply by Michael Levin

Shameless Plug: New Application

Hey everyone, Don't know if you remember me but I did the Android class last year. Anyway I just published my first app. It is a pay app b…

Started by Jackie Gleason

1 Oct 25, 2011
Reply by Michael Levin

Issues to Consider with Cloud Computing

Thinking about Cloud Computing raises some concerns. Security is one concern that looms in many minds. What are some issues and how can we…

Started by Michael Levin

0 Oct 25, 2011

Advantages of Cloud Computing

Any time we use devices that are detached, remote, or somehow "managed" outside our normal environment, we realize advantages. Some obvious…

Started by Michael Levin

0 Oct 25, 2011

What is Cloud Computing?

What is Cloud Computing? Of course, the name Cloud Computing is a metaphor that describes the grouping together of data in a virtual storag…

Started by Michael Levin

0 Oct 25, 2011

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