If you’ve ever wanted to take a supercomputer for a test drive, now is your chance. Solve that probabilistic analysis. Figure out some brute force code breaking. Conduct 3D nuclear testing simulations. Or, if you’re more cosmopolitan, do some Molecular Dynamics Simulations. No matter what your supercomputing needs, Cycle Computing will get you there. Check […]
Cloud computing has the ability to transform the developing world, and bring it into the high tech age at lightning speed via what the NY Times calls ‘Gandhi engineering‘. The challenges previously faced by developing countries over reliable power sources, lack of connectivity and expensive equipment costs that were prohibitive for developing areas to modernize […]
The time has arrived for Microsoft to start ‘showing off’ it’s much talked about ‘cloud power’. There were quite a few technology news articles that were focused on Microsoft venturing into the Cloud Computing arena; and it is about time for them to make some noise which shall enable them to fetch some business. By […]
This new development by Microsoft is a conscious attempt towards bridging the gap between Microsoft and Open Source Communities.
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The advent of internet, and its extensive use in day to day life gave birth to the concept called Cloud computing — a dynamic way of computing over the internet where the resources are virtual to the user.
This looks to be a perfect solution wherein you pay-as-you-go. Rather than buying the entire hardware or the software library, they may prefer to pay the service provider using a pay per license model.
Cloud Computing is the simplification of the data center by leveraging virtualization technologies to reduce complexity through homogenizing environments. Consumers are concerned with services it can perform rather than the underlying technologies.