Azul Systems it can help clear out racks and racks of servers from data centers by diverting Java VM calls to the company's proprietary SMP boxes.
Software as Services
In the best-informed blog on software-as-a-service and on-demand business applications, Phil Wainewright cuts through the vendor spin, analyzes the trends to watch and adds his thought-provoking insights.
Since 1998, Phil Wainewright has been a thought leader in cloud computing as a blogger, analyst and consultant.
On-demand applications start delivering returns even before you settle your bill for the first month's service - rBi instead of RoI.
Media and analysts praise AppExchange, competitors slam it. Here's a balanced view that cuts through the claim and counter-claim.
WebEx is serious about making headway in the small business and professional market with the launch of its new WebexOne division.
IDC last month published its first-ever list of the top 25 on-demand providers, based on 2004 revenues.
Amazon's Alexa Web Information Service has come out of beta and revealed its usage-based charging model - a vital step towards proving the financial viability of Web 2.0.
Existing RIA platforms like Flex and DreamFactory will give AJAX a run for its money over the coming year. Who knows which will prevail?
Combining an on-demand software with real-world back-office processes makes it faster and cheaper for providers to deliver complete business services.
The key to understanding what Google is up to will be found by looking at Google's own business. Its horizons are much broader than what happens on the desktop.
AJAX's 'client-service' architecture eliminates the need for an application server to connect the Web client to back-end resources.