Its so funny to watch you post these things. Do you even understand what the press release said, how companies are going to make use of this research initiative, or who its competitors, if any, are? do you even know what the term "cloud computing" means? Have you ever used any of these systems? Do you ever write any code?
I, and I am sure many others, would love to hear your informed analysis of the space.
On Tue, Jul 29, 2008 at 11:31 AM, Victor Shamanovsky <[address removed]>
Yahoo, Hewlett Packard and Intel are jointly announcing a new cloud
computing research initiative called the Cloud Computing Test Bed.
Users will be able to build and launch new applications on the platform.
It's being described as "a globally distributed, Internet-scale
testing environment designed to encourage research on the software,
data center management and hardware issues associated with cloud
computing at a larger scale than ever before."
The game is heating up.
Is this the last nail for all the small guys trying to bid for this space?
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