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Virtualization and Grid : New today, inseperable tomorrow



I have tried to picturize several scenarios of the grid. One strategy article we talked about the Virtual GDM (Global delivery Model) and on many other occasions we have explored how the commoditization of Virtualization technologies will only be possible with a solid grid framework. Do you want to know more , how about attending a conference about it.

Virtualization. Virtual machines. Virtualized applications. The past 12 months have seen an unprecedented rise in discussion and action around the concept of virtualization from HPC to the data center – and although most grid vendors have for years described their approach as "creating virtual infrastructures," today the term carries more meaning (and requires more clarification) than ever before.

So what are the technologies required to drive value from virtualization, automation, and consolidation efforts? What are the lessons learned from professionals who have already adopted these technologies? And how can grid be leveraged – as an evolution of existing HPC implementations, or as a new initiative driven by data center challenges?


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