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Links 1 through 10 of 10 by Ken Robson tagged utility

OGF and What We Stand For Meet the international community accelerating grid adoption by providing an open forum for grid innovation and developing open standards for grid software interoperability. Our community believes that standards-based grid computi

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This is the home page for the effort of building and providing some essential tools for monitoring the hardware health of Linux systems containing hardware health monitoring hardware such as the LM78 and LM75. Read more here. This ongoing project includes

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This paper presents a general methodology for scheduling jobs in soft real-time systems, where the utility of completing each job decreases over time. This scheduling problem is known to be NP-hard, requiring a heuristic solution to operate in real-time.

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For desktop users, monitoring resource usage is an important task. By doing this, we can locate system bottleneck, planning what to do to optimize our system, identifying memory leak and so on. The problem is, which software one should use and how to use

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THE LONG and meandering road towards Sun’s Grid Compute Utility chould take another turn next week with the opening up of the service to the man on the Clapham omnibus. It might be wise to note the conditional tense though - this has been one of the mos

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Utility Computing provides compute resources and infrastructure management on an as-needed basis. By maximizing the efficient use of resources, utility computing seeks to minimize datacenter costs, improve operational agility, and deliver predictable qual

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