Thursday, January 22, 2009

Grid Computing: Recent White Papers

Grid Computing White Paper: Oracle Grid Solutions for the Next-Generation Data Center
This Oracle white paper describes how businesses of all sizes worldwide are using Grid best practices to modernize their IT operations and increase performance, availability, energy efficiency, and operational agility.

Data Grids and Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA): Oracle Coherence Whitepaper
Successful SOA strategy must ensure data availability, reliability, performance, and scalability. A data grid infrastructure with clustered caching creates a competitive edge, improves financial performance, and sustains customer loyalty.

Grid Computing with Oracle Database 11g: An IDC White Paper
This IDC white paper discusses the evolution of the data center toward grid computing and the role of Oracle Database 11g for businesses adopting grid computing.

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