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Avokia Claims Most Farflung Database Cluster Ever

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Updated: The user, Espressocode, is running an active, load-balanced DB2 database cluster between Toronto and San Francisco: a distance of almost 2,500 miles.

IBM Expands Grid Offerings

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At the GridWorld conference, IBM beefs up its grid computing presence with new software and programs for business partners.

Appistry Launches Grid Program for Startups

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The software maker's "Right From the Start" initiative aims to help companies scale their applications to grid environments.

Tangosol Extends Data Grid Solution

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The company announces an upgrade to its data grid solution to extend its reach across the enterprise via three new client options.

Fujitsus Utility Computing Product Ready for SAP SOA Initiative

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The company's FlexFrame for MySAP Business Suite can now run the software giant's SOA applications.

RHEL 5 Beta 1 Finally Arrives

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Six weeks late, the beta of the next version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux arrives, and it includes Xen virtualization. (Linux-Watch)

IBM Opens HiPODS Software Lab in Brazil

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The High Performance On Demand Solutions Lab joins a grid of facilities in six countries that are part of IBM's newly specialized Lab Services area.

iAnywhere Upgrades Everything

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Review: The long-awaited SQL Anywhere 10 offers long, strong list of improvements.

Study: Virtualization Deployment Goes Prime Time

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Research finds those enterprises that have implemented virtualization have achieved significant benefits and are leading the way in what will turn out to be "a virtual revolution."

Software as a Service Not Completely Worry-Free

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Opinion: SAAS isn't as big a worry as it once was, but there's still reason to be cautious about software that doesn't live on your own systems.

Rising to New Tasks Challenges

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Opinion: Capgemini adopts iRise tools for simulation to deal with more complex reality.

Lessons of Katrina

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Opinion: Katrina exposed weaknesses in many disaster recovery plans, but there are some promising signs that Katrina's lessons are being learned.

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