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Best Practices in PC Grid Computing
Companies across a range of industries have found that proven, scalable PC grids are able to address the data sharing and storage issues that many companies face. With a proven, secure grid product, applications can be run and managed easily without disrupting the device owner's daily work.
At its core, PC grid computing involves the coordination and sharing of computing, application, data, storage, or network resources across geographically dispersed organizations.
The most robust PC grid solutions are based on flexible infrastructure technology that can be used to develop grids of all types - from small departmental solutions to global enterprise implementations. These technologies
unite non-dedicated compute power to create new processing capabilities for HPC applications.
data center management
- Univa UD
- 13 Feb 2008
- 01 Feb 2008
- 7 Page(s)
- White Paper