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Grid (Still) Muddies the Licensing Waters

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Opinion: Vendors should follow the chip design industry's lead and create new licensing schemes to deal with the variable usage patterns of grid computing.

New HP Software Boosts Business Continuity

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Three new applications from Hewlett-Packard are designed to protect midrange storage arrays by failing over the entire server cluster.

Sun Stakes Future on Grid Computing

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Sun presses forward to become a dominant low-cost provider of grid computing services before IBM or Dell wakes up to the challenge.

Enterprises Seek Direction on Utility Computing Front

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Enterprises need help managing the commodity hardware and software that underpin utility computing before the model can reach its potential, panelists say at a Linux conference.

Clustering Eases Talk Americas Replication Woes

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Case study: Talk America, the phone and Internet access provider, has moved from 50 Informix databases down to two Oracle databases. Early returns on the clustering blitz show that Talk America has jazzed up its querying capabilities and wiped its

Sun Opening a Global Grid

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Sun is opening a massive grid with six grid centers around the world that customers can access for a fee of $1 per hour of CPU usage.

Tivoli Gains Steam With Candle Acquisition

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Candle acquisition kindles revenue growth for IBM unit.

EMC Program Aims to Lure Veritas Backup Customers

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The first phase of its "Safe Switch" program is targeted at Veritas NetBackup and Veritas Backup Exec users who are moving toward implementation of Oracle 10g database.

Analysts: EMC Migration Program Wont Reshape Market

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They say that while EMC's "Safe Switch" program will influence some customers to abandon Veritas storage products, it's mostly "a reason ... to have a conversation with a customer."

Globus Consortium Guides Grids

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Opinion: Industry group will tackle enterprise demands for reliability, manageability, and openness.

MPC Aims NetFrame 4620 at Midmarket

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MPC Computers is targeting government and midmarket customers with its newest NetFrame server, the dual-processor 4620.

Oracle Lite 10g Mobilizes Data

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Oracle's Database Lite 10g enables data on mobile devices to be updated even when the server is down.

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