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Microsoft Reveals More About Managed Services Plans

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Microsoft plans to make its managed services offering available to more customers in the next year, but the services will focus on messaging and collaboration rather than on desktop management.

Opsware, Egenera Roll Out Virtualization Tools

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Software products aim to ease the management of both physical and virtual environments in the data center.

Upgraded Grid Tool Improves Scalability, Performance

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Platform Computing bundles the latest version of its LSF workload management technology with its EGO resource allocation platform.

HP, SAP Ink Deal to Better Optimize Apps on Hardware

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HP will collaborate with SAP on research aimed at improving the efficiency of HP systems running SAP software.

Trio to Offer Mainframe Alternative

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HP, Oracle and Intel team on a program that helps users modernize their applications that currently reside on mainframes.

Sun Pushes Virtualization

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After a period of relative quiet in the area of virtualization, the company now has a three-pronged plan of attack.

Vendors Aim for Easier Virtualization

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VMware, Cassatt and Surgient look to tackle customer demand for greater manageability and flexibility of their virtualized environments.

Sun Moves Grid Team into Software Group

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Part of the rationale behind bringing the grid team closer to the rest of the software organization is creating alignment with its developers, Sun's software head says.

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.

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